CCH's Krumpelbeck and 1,000 wins

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    A lot of young men's lives touched and a lot of team efforts to climb this mountain. Krump joins an elite class of "winners", and although I don't personally know him, I suspect he has played a vital role in teaching hundreds of young men both the mental and physical demands of being a winner. I will also bet he is still enjoying himself.

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    Congrats coach Krumps. Unbelievable achievement with the parity in the 9th Region. Especially since about 2000

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    This is also his 32nd straight season coaching the Colonels to 20+ wins.

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    Fantastic accomplishment! Congratulations coach.

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    Anyone know if he plans to coach long enough to surpass Bill Miller with 1132 wins? I am assuming Miller retired from PRP after the 2017 season. Then of course you have Mac Whitaker who is 2nd and still coaching Harrison Co with 1102 wins through this season and probably needs 2 seasons to pass Miller. So I guess he would be chasing Whitaker as long as they both continue coaching.

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    1,132 - 1. Bill Miller
    1,102 - 2. Mac Whiatker
    1,006 - 3. Larry Gumm (Green County)
    4. Bill Krumpelbeck

    I think Mac Whitaker will be the All-Time wins leader when it's all said and done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Great Scorer View Post
    1,132 - 1. Bill Miller
    1,102 - 2. Mac Whiatker
    1,006 - 3. Larry Gumm (Green County)
    4. Bill Krumpelbeck

    I think Mac Whitaker will be the All-Time wins leader when it's all said and done.
    Yeah if he wants to coach a couple more years

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