How Many Coaches Have Won Titles with Different School?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gchs_uk9 View Post
    1985, I believe.

    Walter Brugh of Paintsville was another long-time successful coach that never won a state championship. I think the loss to Crittenden County was the farthest they ever advanced.
    I think that was the Joey Couch Team that lost to Crittenden. Probably was '85 or '86. Im getting old and forgetful when it comes to dates.
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    Did Mojo Hollowell win one with Union County? I know he won one at Henderson County and came close with owensboro Catholic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 74devil View Post
    Did Mojo Hollowell win one with Union County? I know he won one at Henderson County and came close with owensboro Catholic.
    Hollowell did not make a final with Union County.

    Hollowell's two finals:
    Henderson Co. lost to Trinity, 24-28 in 1976 AAAA final
    Owensboro Catholic lost to Bourbon Co., 28-39 in the 1997 AA final.

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    How many school have won titles with 3 different coaches?

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    Quote Originally Posted by colonel-fan View Post
    How many school have won titles with 3 different coaches?
    Mayfield is one. Morris, Lehey and Morris

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    In 76 didn't they still have the state at-large and the Louisville Champ? Henderson County wasn't AAAA then. I believe the Louisville schools were. Henderson was still in the Big 8 conference along with OHS, Catholic, Union County, Daviess County, Apollo, Madisonville, and I'm not sure who the other team was maybe Ohio County. If I am not mistaken, Henderson won the at-large championship and Trinity won the 4A championship, then beat Henderson. Trinity was as tough then as they are now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 74devil View Post
    In 76 didn't they still have the state at-large and the Louisville Champ? Henderson County wasn't AAAA then. I believe the Louisville schools were. Henderson was still in the Big 8 conference along with OHS, Catholic, Union County, Daviess County, Apollo, Madisonville, and I'm not sure who the other team was maybe Ohio County. If I am not mistaken, Henderson won the at-large championship and Trinity won the 4A championship, then beat Henderson. Trinity was as tough then as they are now.
    In 1976 Henderson County beat Tates Creek 22-10 in their AAAA semifinal to gain the "at-large" birth in the final. Trinity beat Seneca 3-0 in the other AAAA semifinal to represent "Louisville." These were not separate state championships.

    Please see page 9 of this PDF from the KHSAA for the 1976 AAAA Final Linescore -
    http://khsaa.org/records/football/fb...linescores.pdf

    Coach Hollowell's record in state finals is on page 8 -
    http://khsaa.org/records/football/coachesadvancing.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by colonel-fan View Post
    How many school have won titles with 3 different coaches?
    Ten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colonel-fan View Post
    How many school have won titles with 3 different coaches?
    Highlands has won titles under 8 different coaches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Runcible Owl View Post
    Ten.
    Can you list the ten?

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    Quote Originally Posted by colonel-fan View Post
    Can you list the ten?
    I will attempt to answer without Googling it:

    Trinity
    St. X
    Mayfield
    Highlands
    Beechwood
    Cov. Cath.
    Male?
    Bowling Green?

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    Danville just did with Clevenger, and he maybe made their 4th.

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    Somebody else back in the 60’s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by colonel-fan View Post
    Can you list the ten?
    Trinity (25 titles - five coaches): Jim Kennedy, Dave Moore, Roger Gruneisen, Dennis Lampley, and Bob Beatty.

    Highlands (23 titles - eight coaches): Homer Rice, Owen Hauk, Mike Murphy, Roger Walz, Bill Herman, Tom Duffy, and Dale Mueller.

    Beechwood (13 titles - three coaches): Bernie Barre, Mike Yeagle, and Noel Rash.

    Mayfield (12 titles - three coaches): Jack Morris, Paul Leahy, and Joe Morris.

    St. Xavier (12 titles - five coaches): Johnny Meihaus, Leon Dunnagan, Bill Glaser, Mike Stewart, and Mike Glaser.

    Danville (11 titles - four coaches): Ray Callahan, Tom Duffy, Sam Harp, and Clay Clevenger.

    Male (7 titles - three coaches): Charlie Kuhn, Bob Redman, and Chris Wolfe.

    Covington Catholic (7 titles - three coaches): Lynn Ray, John Rodenberg, and Eddie Eviston.

    Paducah Tilghman (3 titles - three coaches): Dan Haley, Allen Cox, and Randy Wyatt.

    Flaget (3 titles - three coaches): Paulie Miller, Norm Macklin, and Pete Comprise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Runcible Owl View Post
    Trinity (25 titles - five coaches): Jim Kennedy, Dave Moore, Roger Gruneisen, Dennis Lampley, and Bob Beatty.

    Highlands (23 titles - eight coaches): Homer Rice, Owen Hauk, Mike Murphy, Roger Walz, Bill Herman, Tom Duffy, and Dale Mueller.

    Beechwood (13 titles - three coaches): Bernie Barre, Mike Yeagle, and Noel Rash.

    Mayfield (12 titles - three coaches): Jack Morris, Paul Leahy, and Joe Morris.

    St. Xavier (12 titles - five coaches): Johnny Meihaus, Leon Dunnagan, Bill Glaser, Mike Stewart, and Mike Glaser.

    Danville (11 titles - four coaches): Ray Callahan, Tom Duffy, Sam Harp, and Clay Clevenger.

    Male (7 titles - three coaches): Charlie Kuhn, Bob Redman, and Chris Wolfe.

    Covington Catholic (7 titles - three coaches): Lynn Ray, John Rodenberg, and Eddie Eviston.

    Paducah Tilghman (3 titles - three coaches): Dan Haley, Allen Cox, and Randy Wyatt.

    Flaget (3 titles - three coaches): Paulie Miller, Norm Macklin, and Pete Comprise.
    So 4 parochial schools, 5 independent schools, and 1 other (Male is a JCPS magnet school?).

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    Weinrich has won one for Highlands as well.

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