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Varsity Head Coach

Coach Goodpaster began coaching football in 1991 at the junior high and high school levels. He was a defensive assistant at the professional arena football level with the Northern Kentucky River Monsters in 2011 before becoming the head coach at the professional arena football level with the Evansville Rage in 2012 with a record of 9-3. In 2013 the Rage moved to Owensboro where the team qualified for the playoffs with a 7-3 record. Partway through the 2014 season, Goodpaster took over as head coach of the Northern Kentucky River Monsters with a 6-2 record. For the last five years, Coach Goodpaster has coached with the Landmark Eagles.

Goodpaster has coached multiple positions at different college campuses including Brian Kelly’s camp in Cincinnati, Rick Minter’s Camp, and Terry Hoeppner's camp in Miami. He has also organized and run multiple youth football camps. In the past ten years, he has coached over 100 NCAA division 1 or 2 players at various positions and 32 that have played NFL or CFL.

Goodpaster has been married to his wife Wendy
for 24 years. They have three children and two grandchildren.


Junior High Football Head Coach

Coach Mooneyhan's knowledge of football developed as an Oak Hill Golden Eagle in central Indiana, where he was an outstanding high school player on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball. After graduation, he attended Purdue University and was a student athletic trainer, traveling with many of the sports teams and being part of the football program for five years. Mooneyhan's time spent at daily practices and on the sideline on game days continued his football education and strengthened his competitive passion for the game. For a few years, he was content to watch games from the bleachers until his son started competing in sports at age 4. He then began the third season of his sports participation as a coach for baseball, basketball, and football.

Coach Mooneyhan's faith is the anchor to his approach to coaching: competitive with compassion. As an athlete, he was part of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and knew that with Christ as the one true leader of your team, the ultimate championship has already been won. Mooneyhan believes that a football program built on fierce competitiveness, commitment to excellence, and dedication to team surrounding a core belief of God First helps in the development of strong, godly men and a positive public ministry.

Keith and his wife Jane were married while students at Purdue and have one son, Jacoby. They attend Seven Hills Church in Florence, KY, and when not involved in sports, they enjoy traveling the world and spending time on the beach.



Cheer Coach

Cheri Bush has been head coach of the Eagles cheer
team since the inaugural season of 2019. She has 8
years prior experience leading cheer teams. She
works part-time for American Airlines in Orlando and
assists her husband in their landscaping business.

They have four children.

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