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

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    Brossart- Willie Schlarman
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    Quote Originally Posted by Devilman
    He was my traffic instuctor for a speeding ticket I got. How about Gary Turner?
    No where near the top.IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Blue 2010
    Brossart- Willie Schlarman

    No doubt... "Big Willie Style" gave us fits at Brossart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by polarbear1994
    Bracken County-- Jarvis Parsley
    Jerry Hammonds would be my pick. Got ran off because he would not cater to the alum of BC.

    Parsley was a parent's coach. Meaning he played a lot of his players not by their skills but by who their parents were. Not to say he didn't win a lot of games, but if I am not mistaken he was coach there much longer then any other coaches. I don't mean to put him down just stating facts. Personally I liked the man, but not the Coach. I knew him in school and out of school. I looked up to him as the Principal. I spent a little time in his office , but now I look at it as a good experience.

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    No offense to Gary Turner, but he isn't and wasn't half the coach Phillip Wood was.

    How about Woody Crum at Pendleton County. He was only there for 3 to 4 years, but this guy is a KHSAA Hall of Famer and won over 500 games. He also had a great deal of success in Indiana!

    Obviously, Phillip Wood accomplished more at Pendleton County then Coach Crum did, but hard to argue w/his career and his numbers!

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    I'd say at Mason County you would have to go w/the Big Horse, Allen Feldhaus, Sr.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Bobby Keith got the job done.

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    Holy Cross has had many very good coaches over the years including Ralph Kemphaus, Jeff Trame & Clay Eifert.
    However, the best ever at HC without a doubt is George Schneider!

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    Garrard County has had nine different coaches in their history since opening in 1964. Twice a coach has served two stints (Dale Moore, 1964-70, 1986-87 & Dave McDaniel, 1987-90, 1994-97). Cecil Combs is the only coach to have left with a winning record, compiling a 95-90 mark from 1997-2004. He is also the winningest coach in school history, with Wade Upchurch second with 83 wins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TubbyCAT
    I'd say at Mason County you would have to go w/the Big Horse, Allen Feldhaus, Sr.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I agree he accomplished alot at Mason County.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharp
    Jerry Hammonds would be my pick. Got ran off because he would not cater to the alum of BC.
    Parsley was a parent's coach. Meaning he played a lot of his players not by their skills but by who their parents were. Not to say he didn't win a lot of games, but if I am not mistaken he was coach there much longer then any other coaches. I don't mean to put him down just stating facts. Personally I liked the man, but not the Coach. I knew him in school and out of school. I looked up to him as the Principal. I spent a little time in his office , but now I look at it as a good experience.
    That happens to a lot of coaches here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by polarbear1994
    That happens to a lot of coaches here.
    What's your opinion of McKinney and Robert Hammonds.

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    Maysville High School - Earle Jones.

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    In the present era the Mefford boys for Owen and Carroll we both good coaches and good for their respective schools. Hard to beat either one of them twice in a row.

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    Is there a site that has all of the former high school coaches from each school?

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