Coach Moreau finished at St. Amant High with 6 District Championships and a record of 93-48-1, currently the winningest coach in St. Amant history.
St. Amant Gator fans focused their attention on the Gator Field on September 29 as St. Amant Principal Beth Templet, Athletic Director David Oliver and St. Amant Fire Chief and Booster Club President James LeBlanc recognized long-time St. Amant Gator Head Football Coach, Athletic Director and Principal Coach Doug Moreau.
Coach Moreau had coaching stops that included Marksville and Winnfield. He won a Class 2A state title in 1982 at Winnfield, coaching a team that defeated tradition power house John Curtis in the State Championship game.
Coach Moreau coached a total of 38 seasons in the State of Louisiana. Thirteen of those seasons occurred in Gator Nation as Head Football Coach, Athletic Director and Principal. Coach Moreau finished at St. Amant High with 6 District Championships and a record of 93-48-1, currently the winningest coach in St. Amant history.
After retiring from the St. Amant Administration, Coach Moreau came back to St. Amant for an additional four seasons as the Gator Offensive Coordinator under Coach David Oliver. He then finished up his 38-year career coaching at Ascension Catholic for three seasons.
Coach Moreau and his wife Vivian had three children that also played roles over the years in the Gator Program, John Brooks, Josh and Cristy.
St. Amant Gator Fans showed Coach Doug Moreau and the entire Moreau Family how much they appreciate his long outstanding efforts to the St. Amant Gator Family by recognizing him as our “Honorary Team Captain” at The Pit.
Contributed by the St. Amant Booster Club