Head Coach - Jason Lehman

Coach Lehman starts his  fifth season as the Lady Raiders Head Coach with a 43 and 47 overall record and 27 and 18 Conference record as a head coach. Coach Lehman coached Girls’ Basketball from 2004-2006 as an assistant under then Head Coach Brad Cody. Coach Lehman graduated from Bruce HS in 1994. He attended UW-Stout from the fall of 1994 to the spring of 1998 studying in the field of Early Childhood Education. He participated in Track and field earning a National Championship along with 6 All-American Awards. He was also on the Indoor Track and Field Team that Finished 4th at the 1997 Indoor National Meet. Jason competed in Football where he earned two All-Conference Awards as well as selected to the Hewlett-Packard All-American Team. In the fall of 2001 Jason attended the University of Wisconsin LaCrosse to finish his degree in Physical Education. While attending UW-LaCrosse Jason Coached for The Eagles Football Program as Assistant Wide Receiver Coach and Then two years as Head Linebackers Coach. The Eagles Earned 2 Conference Championships and made the NCAA Football Playoffs in 2002 and 2003. Jason also coached Track and Field at Winona State University in Winona, MN. where he coached several All-Conference throwers for the Warrior Women's Track Team. After Graduation Jason received a job at Bruce HS in August of 2004. Jason has coached football, Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball, and Track while teaching at Bruce for the past 11 years. He has been the head coach now going on 8 years for the Red Raider Football team. Coach Lehman teaches Elementary and Middle School Physical Education, along with High School Fitness and Strength Training Classes. Coach Lehman has a wife,Jennifer, and three sons Kyle, Mitchell, and Andrew

Woody Keeble graduated high school in 1987 from Wisconsin Dells high school. He played four years of football for the Chiefs as a middle linebacker and full back. In 1991 he graduated from Mount Senario College with a criminal justice degree. While in college Coach Keeble played fours years of football receiving 2 time all conference strong safety awards. After college, Woody got married and began coaching football and track for Ladysmith High School in 1992, while working at Artisans in Glen Flora.  In 2008, Woody took a job as a special education aide in Ladysmith and began taking classes to get his teaching license for special ed. His first teaching job began in 2011-12 as a high school CDS teacher. He has been coaching the Raider Football team for 4 years and is in his third year of teaching at Bruce. Woody has been a youth basketball coach  and official for many years. Woody helped coach middle school boys and this is his 2nd year on the  High School Girls Staff.
Woody’s wife Laurie, daughter Bailey, and son Spencer have been a huge part of his coaching experience from being managers, doing stats, being a ball boy, and film watching and dubbing.