Who is your school's best Coach of all time?

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    I am going to ask because I have no idea but does anyone have records that compare the success of Ken Shields and Messer during their time as head coach at Highlands?
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    Conner = Dave Taylor. Bill Warfield built the gym but Dave Taylor hung the only banner.

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    John Burr- Adair County
    27 years coached, 568-232 record.
    2 region championships
    1 state runner up

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    Holmes has had some good ones, but I am going with Reynolds Flynn, sure some fun teams to watch run up and down the floor.

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    Dan Sullivan - Campbell County

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    Tommy McKenzie - Johnson Central (Still only 35 years old and entering his 11th year)

    Holds all coaching records at school to include 7 regional title appearances in 10 years. 8 twenty win seasons in 10 years (7 consecutive). Most wins. Highest win %, most regional titles, numerous COY honors from multiple outlets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tones View Post
    Is Scott Ruthsatz in the conversation with Mote Hils yet at Cov Cath?
    Mote had some very good teams but never won the big one. Should have at least 2. Ruthsatz is every bit as good as Mote. In my opinion

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    Any chance you would elaborate with examples about Coach Parsley. He was a mentor and Coach to my Father and Grandfather along with countless other family members most of which were very successful playing and then later coaching at BC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldrambler View Post
    And every other employer he has had in coaching. He seems to be a nice man and he puts on a good front. I also believe that most (not all) of the parents of his players at various schools he has been and some of the players themselves would beg to differ. I could understand if it was just one or maybe more kids and parents at one school but this has been a pattern everywhere he has been. He know b.b. well enough but has problems when it comes to dealing with people. JMO (it's not all about the X's and O's - it's about ther Jimmy's and Joe's).
    I can't speak for other schools but Coach Ron Reed is beloved by his players from Anderson County. When he celebrated his 70th birthday last year, over a dozen of us traveled 2 hours to be with him. There were also players in attendance from his other high school jobs as well as Milligan College, Ole Miss and Ohio Univ Southern and Kentucky Christian.

    He might not have won a lot of championships but he did do a great job of turning a lot of boys into fine men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allsport71 View Post
    Holmes has had some good ones, but I am going with Reynolds Flynn, sure some fun teams to watch run up and down the floor.
    I agree Flynn did a good job for a longtime at Holmes but I would have to go with Fred Moeves or Dave Henley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGZIG View Post
    I agree Flynn did a good job for a longtime at Holmes but I would have to go with Fred Moeves or Dave Henley.
    Funny you mention Fred Moeves, I just ran into him last week and ask him if he coached 2 or 3 years, he said 2, then he became principle, I agree he was a tremendous coach. Can't go wrong with coach Henley either as he brought a state championship to Holmes.

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    I'm a Holmes guy. I'd probably go with Coach Flynn for really making Holmes into an annual power.

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    Big Al Holland

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    Rodney Woods- Wayne Co. No brainer, that's why the court is named after him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGZIG View Post
    Ludlow. Carl Wenderoth. Late 50s to mid 60s.
    Not sure what I was thinking but Wenderoth was a good coach at,Ludlow but Joe Beard was far more successful. So I'll go with my friend Joe Beard.

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