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Toby Todd


Coach Todd begins his 37th season as a high school baseball coach! This will be his 26th year at Airline and 24th as the head coach. He started his coaching career at Woodlawn High school in Shreveport, where he spent 7 seasons, the final one as head coach. Coach's second stop was a 5 year stint at his alma mater, Sulphur High school.

  Under Coach Todd's leadership the Vikings have garnered 10 District titles, 3 quarter finals appearances, and reached the semi finals. The Vikings have reached the playoffs in 21 of his 23 seasons. The 2016 team tied the schools record for wins in a season while comping a 30-6 record. Coach Todd has seen 47 of his players move on to play college baseball.

  Coach Todd is on the executive committee of the LBCA and served as president of the organization for 2015-2016. He was the head coach of the LHSCA all star game in 2009 and has served twice as the event coordinator. In 2008 Coach Todd served on the LHSAA executive committee representing the sport of baseball. He has been named district coach of the year 9 times and in 2016 was the city and parish coach of the year.

  Coach Todd played football at Louisiana Tech where he earned a degree in Biology. He also lettered in 4 sports at Sulphur High; football, baseball, track, and rodeo. He and his lovely wife, Angel, enjoy traveling, sports, concerts, and spoiling their 6 grandchildren.


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Coach Chase Cox


Coach Cox begins his 17th season at Airline. He was born and raised in Log Cabin, Louisiana. He attended high school at Prairie View Academy.  He received his degree from LSU-Shreveport in Secondary Education Social Studies. 

Coach Cox attended LSU-Shreveport where he played 4 years for the Pilots. He was selected Academic All Conference 3 years, and also served as the team chaplain all 4 years. Coach Cox was a member of the 2003 team that played in the NAIA World Series. 


Coach Cox served as class president all 4 years of high school.  He was also FCA president for 2 years.  He lettered in baseball, football, and basketball.  He achieved the following in high school:


- Selected to play in the MPSA All Star Baseball Game

- 2001 Baseball MVP for Northeast LA

- 2001 Baseball District MVP

- 3X Baseball 1st Team All District

- 2X Baseball All Northeast LA Team

- 2X Football 1st Team All District

- 2X Football 1st Team All Northeast LA Team



Coach Brandon


Born and raised in Bossier City. Graduated from Airline in 2017 and was a member of the varsity baseball team from '15-'17. In 2017 was selected as the District 1-5A MVP and picked to the LBCA All-State First team. After Airline, went on to Murray State College in Tishomingo, Oklahoma to play two seasons of junior college baseball. Two years of juco ball helped pave a road to continue my career at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette. Due to covid and a pre-season injury in 2020, I got two more years at UL. As a 5th year senior and in my 3rd year at Lafayette, we won the Sun Belt Conference tournament and proceeded to play in the Texas A&M regional. I had the honor of being named "Captain" of that '22 team. I graduated from UL with a degree in Kinesiology-Exercise Science. Coaching at Airline is in my family blood as my Papaw was the Head Coach of the Vikes for 12 years and my Dad also spent a couple years as an Assistant. This will be my first season as a coach and I am excited to continue my family legacy as well as doing everything I can to help bring a title to Airline High School. 

Coach Kosachook

This will be Coach Kosachook’s second year at Airline High School serving as the pitching and catching coach. He spent three years in Laurel, Mississippi where he coached Baseball and Football for the Enterprise Bulldogs before moving to Bossier.

He is originally from Rochester, New York where he graduated from Wayne Central High School. At Wayne he was the catcher for the baseball team and safety for the football team. From there he attended Finger Lakes Community College as a starting pitcher, earning himself a scholarship to Division II Urbana University. Coach K pitched a couple years at Urbana, graduating with a degree in History.

He was then signed by the Independent Ozark Professional Baseball League for one summer before hanging up the cleats. Coach K started his coaching career at Webster Schroeder High School, assistant coaching baseball, before moving to Mississippi. He now resides in North Bossier with his girlfriend Karli.

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Coach Cloinger


I am a native of Bossier City, Louisiana. As a member of Parkway High School’s baseball team, I helped the team reach the semi-finals. In my final season, the team was 31-6 and finished 31st in the nation while receiving all district honors. After graduating from Parkway High School, I went on to play collegiate baseball at Centenary College of Louisiana from 2019-2023. While at Centenary, I helped win the conference tournament in 2022. While finishing baseball, I graduated from Centenary with a degree in History and a minor in Political Science. 


As my first year of coaching, I look forward to bringing home a state championship to Airline High School where it has long been deserved.

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