How Many Coaches Have Won Titles with Different School?

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    How Many Coaches Have Won Titles with Different School?

    Coach Eddie Eviston, in 6 years as a high school head coach, has 3 titles at 2 different schools. How many other coaches have won titles at multiple schools?

    I know of Dudley Hilton at Bell Co and Bourbon Co.

    Tom Duffy at Danville and Highlands.
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    Joe Jaggers at Ft. Knox and Trigg Co.
    Dan Haley at Bowling Green and Paducah Tilghman.
    Randy Reese at Paris and Ludlow.

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    Urban Meyer and Nick Saban... Oh wait... you meant high school.....

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    Dudley Hilton had Mr everything at RB in 1997 even though they couldn’t beat the Breds on senior night. Shoot out

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    Quote Originally Posted by mexitucky View Post
    Coach Eddie Eviston, in 6 years as a high school head coach, has 3 titles at 2 different schools. How many other coaches have won titles at multiple schools?

    I know of Dudley Hilton at Bell Co and Bourbon Co.

    Tom Duffy at Danville and Highlands.
    I think Eddie Eviston has been a high school head coach for 8 years and not 6 as his championships at NCC were in 2010 and 2012.

    Still quite impressive. He is 3-0 as head coach in State Title games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebird Cardinal View Post
    I think Eddie Eviston has been a high school head coach for 8 years and not 6 as his championships at NCC were in 2010 and 2012.

    Still quite impressive. He is 3-0 as head coach in State Title games.
    Coach was the OC at Georgetown College in the years between NCC and CCH.

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    Joe Jaggers at Trigg County and Ft. Knox.

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    Pat Gates at Crittenden County and Caldwell County.

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    Not sure on this one, so just asking the question did Owen Hauck win a title at Highlands and Boone Co.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JudasPriest View Post
    Not sure on this one, so just asking the question did Owen Hauck win a title at Highlands and Boone Co.?
    Boone County has never won a state title. They've lost four times in the championship game.

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    Oh, I just assumed they won one with Shaun Alexander.

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    They lost to T his Sr year and got knocked out by Male the year before

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerspride View Post
    Pat Gates at Crittenden County and Caldwell County.
    I attended both games. Late 80's vs Paintsville? (Defensive battle) and '98 vs Danville (QB that year was a stud)

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    Quote Originally Posted by WESTSIDE View Post
    Joe Jaggers at Trigg County and Ft. Knox.
    Do you think maybe there was some 3 back offense in said championships? That last title run Ft Knox was loaded to bear (5 elite skill guys on field at all times) I think they beat Somerset that year '88 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerspride View Post
    Pat Gates at Crittenden County...
    Quote Originally Posted by jlow View Post
    I attended both games. Late 80's vs Paintsville? (Defensive battle)
    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.

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