Loren Montgomery2024-03-06T15:46:05-05:00

Loren Montgomery

Head Coach

Coach Montgomery will be entering his 15th season as Head Football Coach for the Bixby Spartans. Coach Montgomery has led the Spartans to nine State Championships and one runner-up finish in Oklahoma’s 6A. The Spartans have also made 10 straight championship appearances, an Oklahoma record. Coach Montgomery has an overall record of 132-38 and a playoff record of 29-3 as the Spartans Head Coach. 

During the undefeated 2019 season Coach Montgomery earned OSSAA, Daily Oklahoman, and Tulsa World Coach of the year honors.  He also was awarded OCA Region 7 and NFHS regional coach of the year. 

Before arriving in Bixby in 2010, Coach Montgomery spent 10 seasons as an assistant football coach for the Jenks Trojans. During Montgomery’s time at Jenks he served as Interim Head Coach, Offensive Coordinator, Offensive Line Coach, and Strength Coach. Coach Montgomery coordinated an offense that set the all-time record for points scored at Jenks averaging nearly 50 points per game. Montgomery has coached over 30 NCAA Division IA athletes, several of whom had careers in the NFL.

Prior to entering the coaching profession, Coach Montgomery was a 4-year starter on the offensive line at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Okla. Montgomery was a starter on NSU’s 1999 Division II Semifinals team. Coach Montgomery also earned Academic All-Conference accolades while he was a member of the Redmen Football team under legendary coach Tom Eckert.

Coach Montgomery holds a Master’s Degree in Teaching and Learning Leadership from Oklahoma State University, and also holds a Bachelor of Science in Special Education from Northeastern State University.

Coach Montgomery attended high school at Charles Page High School in Sand Springs where he was a 6A All-State by class offensive lineman under Hall of Fame Coach L.D. Bains. Coach Montgomery started on both the offensive and defensive lines.

Coach Montgomery has been married to his wife Jessica for 19 years. Loren and Jessie have two children Guy(13) and Sloane (10). 

2016 Ossaa Coach Of The Year
2016 Nfhs- Oklahoma Coach Of The Year
2016 Oca- Region 7 Coach Of The Year
2016- Tulsa World Area Coach Of The Year
2014- Ok Preps Coach Of The Year

Alma Mater(s):
Oklahoma State University
Northeastern State University
Charles Page High School


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