Former Pembroke-Country Day School head football coach, assistant track coach and science teacher Lee Flappan was selected for induction into the Greater Kansas City Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame for 2019. Lee coached at Pembroke-Country Day for 15 years, from 1961-1976, compiling a 65-65-1 record, including four Catholic-Prep conference titles. He is also in the Pembroke Hill Faculty and Staff Hall of Fame.
He was one of the only area coaches to employ the single wing offensive formation, and was an early area adopter of the run-and-shoot offense. Lee coached for 43 years in the Kansas City area, compiling an overall record of 82-89-1 at Pem-Day, Southeast, Lee’s Summit and Ruskin High Schools during his career. He passed away in 2012. His family will be recognized in his honor during the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at halftime of the MO-KAN All-Star Game June 13, at the Olathe Boulevard Athletic Center. The game begins at 7 p.m.