1966 - 1967
5 - 4 - 1 (55.6 Winning %)
Covington Catholic began its football team in the 1966 season, opting to only play a reserve team. As the 1st head coach for their new team, they hired former Cleveland Cathedral Latin and Archbishop Elder assistant coach Steve Rasso. The following year, the Cov Cath finished their first varsity football season in 1967 with a winning record. This would be Coach Rasso's final year coaching the Colonels, who left to take the head coaching position at LaSalle High School in Cincinnati, and then moving on from there to serve as head coach at Mariemont High School and St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati.
In the 1967 season, the Cov Cath defense managed to hold all but 1 opposing team to one or fewer touchdowns.
6 - 4 (60.0 Winning %)
Coach Lanham took over as the 2nd head coach of for the Covington Catholic football program in its second varsity year, following his own tenure as an assistant coach at Bishop David and Owensboro High Schools, and as head coach at Owensboro Catholic High School. In his only year as head coach for the Colonels, he led the team to its second straight winning record. He continued on in his head coaching career at Bryan Station High School and Iroquois High School, and coached on the collegiate level as an assistant at Xavier, Cincinnati, Wake Forest, Winston-Salem, and North Carolina.
Coach Lanham was also the head golf coach at Cov Cath, leading the team to a state championship victory in 1969.
1969 - 1972
15 - 25 (37.5 Winning %)
Coach Tassini came to Covington Catholic from Archbishop McNicholas High School in Cincinnati. His first season as their 3rd head football coach, he led Cov Cath to posting their third straight winning record, going 8-2 in the 1969 season. The following three years the Colonels went 3-7, 2-8, and 2-8, respectively. Coach Tassini left Covington Catholic and went on to coach defense at Lloyd Memorial High School. He returned to Covington Catholic as an assistant coach under Coach Lynn Ray, and would once again leave to take over as Lloyd Memorial's head coach in 1987, and stayed on at Lloyd until his retirement following the 1999 season.
1973 - 1974
8 - 11 (42.1 Winning %)
Coach Bernier was hired by Covington Catholic in 1973 as their 4th head football coach, coming from Ohio's Miami Trace High School after having served as the Panthers' head coach. He had previously been an assistant coach at Lloyd Memorial High School, as well as an assistant at Mt. Healthy High School under famed high school coach Owen Hauck. Coach Bernier led the Colonels to a 3-6 record in 1973 and a 5-5 record in 1974 before leaving to for an assistant coaching position at Boone County High School, and then as head coach at Bellevue High School.
1975 - 2004
234 - 132 (63.9 Winning %)
Coach Ray took over as the 5th head football coach at Cov Cath at 28 years old, after having coached as an assistant at Bryan Station High School, Lloyd Memorial High School, and at Covington Catholic. In his first season, the Colonels had a mere 27 players go out for the football team.
In his 30 years as head coach of the Colonels football team, Coach Ray led the team to its first 5 state titles ('87, '88, '93, '94 and '97). He has also served as head football coach at Covington Catholic for more games than all other Cov Cath head coaches combined. Coach Ray retired as head coach following the 2004 season, and then returned as an assistant coach under Head Coach Dave Wirth. He is currently a member of the assistant coaching staff under Head Coach Eddie Eviston.
2005 - 2006
19 - 8 (70.4 Winning %)
Coach Rodenberg was hired as Cov Cath's 6th head football coach in 2005. His previous coaching experience included an assistant coaching position at LaSalle High School in Cincinnati, as well as head coach at Archbishop McNicholas High School in Cincinnati.
In the second of his two years as Cov Cath's head coach, Coach Rodenberg led the Colonels to a 12-3 record and their 6th state title in the 2006 3A state championship. Coach Rodenberg departed Cov Cath after accepting the head coaching position at Cincinnati's Roger Bacon High School, and then took over as head coach at Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati where he coached for 10 seasons. He departed Moeller following the 2017 season and is currently the head coach at Lawrence Central High School in Indiana.
2007 - 2008
10 - 14 (41.6 Winning %)
Covington Catholic hired Coach Brossart to take over as their 7th head football coach for the 2007 season, having previously served as an assistant coach at Indian Hill High School in Cincinnati and as head coach at Finneytown High School in Cincinnati. Coach Brossart led the Colonels to a 5-7 record in 2007 and a 5-7 record in 2008 as well. He is currently the head coach at Dixie Heights High School.
2009 - 2014
49 - 27 (64.5 Winning %)
Coach Wirth took over as the 8th head football coach at Cov Cath in 2009. Prior to coming to Covington Catholic, Coach With had been an assistand coach at Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati, an assistant coach at Covington Catholic, and head coach at Father Stephen T. Badin High School in Hamilton, OH. He led the Colonels for 6 seasons before moving on to an assistant coaching position at Mount St. Joseph University in Cincinnati. As of 2017 he is the head coach at Purcell Marian High School in Cincinnati.
2015 - Present
64 - 13 (83.1 Winning %)
Coach Eviston was hired as Covington Catholic's 9th head football coach in 2015. He came to Cov Cath from Georgetown College, having served as the Tiger's offensive coordinator. He had previously coached on the high school level at Newport Central Catholic, where he began as an assistant coach, and eventually took over the head coaching position from longtime coach Bob Schneider and led the New Cath to two 2A state championships.
In his third year as Cov Cath's head coach, Coach Eviston led the Colonels to a first-ever undefeated 15-0 record and their 7th state title in the 2017 5A state championship. The next year he led the team to a 14-1 record and another appearance in the state finals, earning the 2018 5A runner-up trophy, and he followed that up with the programs second-ever undefeated season going 15-0 to win the program's 8th state title in the 2019 5A state championship.