Kyle Razak (Head Track & Field) - Coach Razak was a multi-sport athlete at Solomon High School, in Solomon, Kansas, who competed in football, basketball and track. He attended and graduated from Fort Hays State University with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. Coach Razak has coached these same three sports over his 22 year coaching career.
Coach Razak has been a head coach in the track program since 2016. Before becoming head coach, he spent 10 years coaching both horizontal and vertical jumps. In his time at Bonner Springs, he has coached numerous state qualifiers and 20 state medalists, including a state champion high jumper, long jumper and most recently triple jumper. He was a part of the 2008 Braves staff, under head coach Jim Mitchell, that helped coach the boys program to a 2nd place finish at the KSHSAA state track meet.
Aside from track, Razak has taught math at CMS and been a part of the CMS/BSHS Braves coaching department for the last 20 years. His longest tenure is with the football program, where he is currently serving as the offensive line coach at BSHS. He currently resides in Bonner Springs with his wife and children.
Assistant Coaches: Heather Campbell, AJ Hill, DeMario Bennett, Mike Lewis and Steve Bartlow
Coach Lewis graduated from East Providence High School, in East Providence Rhode Island. While there he ran year round competing in cross country, indoor track and outdoor track. After high school Lewis ran cross country for the Community College of Rhode Island, where he was a member of the 1983 New England Regional championship team. After serving almost 10 years on active duty in the US Army, Lewis attended and graduated from Kansas State University with a bachelor's degree in Accounting. He worked in corporate America for a decade before coming to work for USD 204. He has been a paraprofessional, at CMS, In-School Suspension (ISS) at both CMS and BSHS and is presently the registrar at BSHS. Coach Lewis has experience at both the high school and middle school levels. While the high school experience comes from Rhode Island, the past 6 years have been with CMS as the head coach for boys/girls cross country as well as the girls track head coach. He and his family have been residents of Bonner Springs since 1999.
Coach AJ Hill is in her 4th year teaching math and coaching at Bonner Springs High School. She currently serves as an assistant cross country coach, assistant powerlifting coach, and assistant track coach specializing in throwing events. She graduated from Campus High school in Haysville, Kansas and then pursued her undergraduate degree at Southwest Baptist University while competing in track and field as a thrower and later when on to earn her master's degree from Friends University. In addition to teaching and coaching her passion is working with Gold Glove Charities. Along with her seven kids, she am blessed to be a part of the Bonner Springs High School family!
Head Coach: David Walker
Assistant Coach: Brandon Jobe
Coach David Walker Graduated from Ottawa University in 1990 with a B.A. Biology and played basketball for 4yrs and golf for 2yrs. In 2006 I Received a M.A. from Pittsburg State University in Educational Technology. I have been teaching and coaching for 26 years overall. I have been in the Bonner Springs school district for the past five years. I currently work in the B-TEC building teaching Video Production and computer graphics classes and coach the Varsity golf team and the 8th grade girls basketball team. I enjoy spending time with my wife, Sue and our two daughters, Madee and Tressa. In my spare time I enjoy exercising, traveling and playing golf.
Baseball Head Coach: Adam Loecker Assistant Coaches: Coach Andrew Loecker, Coach Greg Lee, Coach Bennett Ratzloff
Adam Loecker (Head Baseball) - Coach Loecker was a multi-sport athlete at McPherson High School in McPherson, Kansas, who competed in baseball and basketball. He attended Hutchinson Community College for two years and played baseball for the Blue Dragons as a Pitcher. Afterwards, Coach Loecker transferred to Kansas State University to finish his degree in Secondary Education. Coach Loecker has been the head baseball coach for the past 8 seasons.
During his tenure, Coach Loecker has accumulated a 48-72 record with two Butch Foster Tournament Championships. Coach Loecker has also spent 6 years as an assistant basketball coach for the Braves.
Aside from baseball, Coach Loecker has taught math at BSHS for 9 years. He currently resides in Olathe with his wife Mary, two boys, Henry and Lawrence and cat Jack.