Coach Willie Todd Athletic Complex

toddCoach Willie Todd spent his career as coach and teacher at both Pemberton High School and Marshall High School, as well as spending four years as the head football coach at Karnack High School where he started the football program.

He earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Huron College and a Master’s Degree from Prairie View A&M. He was a coach at Pemberton High School before integration and continued to serve as a coach at Pemberton when the campus was used as Marshall’s ninth-grade campus following integration from 1976-1984.

When coach Dennis Parker arrived in Marshall in 1984 he moved Coach Todd back over to Marshall High School to join his varsity coaching staff with the Mavericks. Coach Todd served as an assistant football coach and was boys head track coach at MHS until his retirement.

Coach Todd was also a popular and respected classroom teacher along with his coaching duties, teaching a variety of subjects that included American and Texas history, Geography, World History, Economics, Zoology, Health, Physical Education, Sociology and Black History.
The Coach Willie Todd Athletic Complex at Marshall Junior High includes two competition gymnasiums as well as locker rooms and coaches offices. The complex also has a weight room. The Coach Willie Todd Athletic Complex also serves as the facility's designated storm shelter.
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