LA Rams to award ‘High School Coach of the Year’ with tickets to Super Bowl LII

One lucky high school football coach is going to the Super Bowl.

And it’s all up to the fans.

The Los Angeles Rams are asking fans to vote for the High School Coach of the Year through Friday, Dec. 22.

The winning coach will be awarded two tickets to Super Bowl LII in Minnesota on Feb. 4, 2018.

This season, the Rams named 22 local High School coaches ‘High School Coach of the Week’ and all 22 are eligible to become the ‘Coach of the Year.’ All nominees will be recognized at the LA Memorial Coliseum, where the winner will be announced when the Rams host the 49ers on Sunday, Dec. 31.

The Coach of the Year’s athletic program also will receive a $2,000 grant and additional Gatorade products.

Here are the CIF Southern Section coaches eligible to win:

Ed Croson, Chaminade

Bruce Rollinson Mater Dei

Antonio Pierce, Long Beach Poly

Jason Negro, St. John Bosco

Matt Logan, Centennial

Bob Johnson, Mission Viejo

Jaime Ortiz, San Clemente

Tim Salter, Upland

Steve Hagerty, Bishop Amat

Kevin Pearson, Cathedral

Jon Ellinghouse, Sierra Canyon

Rich Fisher, Santa Margarita