Northern Kentucky Head Coaching Records

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Oracle View Post
    Did Coach Yeagle not actually coach games during his stint at Lloyd?
    He did not. http://bluegrasspreps.com/ky-footbal...ml#post2372269

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Oracle View Post
    Did Coach Yeagle not actually coach games during his stint at Lloyd?
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    Not as far as I know of, but I could be mistaken.
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    Actually I’m pretty sure he coached one or two games at Lloyd with one of them being against Beechwood before he stepped down. Even the thread that is about him stepping down was in September 14th. Meaning there would have been a couple of games already played before he stepped away.

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    I know most don't see it but for a start up program Walton-Verona and Jeff Barth get very little accolades. The facilities they have our the best in Boone County but I think they are usually an after thought due to their size and schedule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by futurecoach View Post
    Actually I’m pretty sure he coached one or two games at Lloyd with one of them being against Beechwood before he stepped down. Even the thread that is about him stepping down was in September 14th. Meaning there would have been a couple of games already played before he stepped away.
    He was on the sideline for one game, Beechwood, per this 2007 post.


    Yeagle, in his first year with Lloyd (1-4), missed the first game of the season due to dehydration. He's been on the sidelines for just one game this year, a 20-0 loss in Week 2 at Beechwood.

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    Carl Fitzer at Simon Kenton???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonels_Wear_Blue View Post
    Not as far as I know of, but I could be mistaken.
    He coached one game at Lloyd. Ironically it was against Beechwood.

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    Woody McMillen at Walton and Bellevue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustang View Post
    Carl Fitzer at Simon Kenton???
    That name is a blast from the past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustang View Post
    Carl Fitzer at Simon Kenton???
    Quote Originally Posted by NEERFAN View Post
    That name is a blast from the past.
    I'm not sure, but I don't believe Fitzer was head coach anywhere else in Kentucky. He coached from '80-'82 and was 6-26 as head coach.

    Fitzer replaced Bill Gaines who resigned to coach up in the Dayton area at West Carrollton. Gaines was 12-10 as head coach for the '78 & '79 seasons.

    Gaines took over from Carl Hays, who was the coach from '72-'77 and was 29-37 as head coach. Again, I'm not sure whether or not he spend time anywhere else as head coach.

    Hays was hired after the 1-year head coaching career of Jerry Abney, who was 1-9 as head coach in 1971.

    Jim Jenkins was head coach previous to Abney, and started the Simon Kenton football program. Jenkins was and was 19-21-2 in 5 years as head coach from 1966-1970. He also coached the team in 1965 while they competed in freshman and JV football only. He was the head coach at Bellevue for the 5 years previous to taking the Simon Kenton job. I have the results of his '60 & '61 seasons, but I still need his 1962-1964 results to be able to come up with his total wins tally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonels_Wear_Blue View Post
    I'm not sure, but I don't believe Fitzer was head coach anywhere else in Kentucky. He coached from '80-'82 and was 6-26 as head coach.

    Fitzer replaced Bill Gaines who resigned to coach up in the Dayton area at West Carrollton. Gaines was 12-10 as head coach for the '78 & '79 seasons.

    Gaines took over from Carl Hays, who was the coach from '72-'77 and was 29-37 as head coach. Again, I'm not sure whether or not he spend time anywhere else as head coach.

    Hays was hired after the 1-year head coaching career of Jerry Abney, who was 1-9 as head coach in 1971.

    Jim Jenkins was head coach previous to Abney, and started the Simon Kenton football program. Jenkins was and was 19-21-2 in 5 years as head coach from 1966-1970. He also coached the team in 1965 while they competed in freshman and JV football only. He was the head coach at Bellevue for the 5 years previous to taking the Simon Kenton job. I have the results of his '60 & '61 seasons, but I still need his 1962-1964 results to be able to come up with his total wins tally.
    Jim Dougherty also coached at Simon Kenton, following up Carl Fitzer. I'm not sure right now which years he was there, or what his record was as head coach. I know he was head coach at Lloyd for a time too...I think he went to SK immediately from Lloyd. He was on staff at Highlands for a good number of years too. Pretty sure his original reason for heading over to Highlands was because of the Kremer family, who were relatives of his and had some solid athletes go through HHS.

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    I'm currently working on Rice Mountjoy's record. He's the namesake of Dixie Heights' football field, and was the coach that started up the Boone County football program. Coached for 33 years at Frankfort, Kavanaugh, Danville, Tilghman, Dixie, and Boone. I have all of his records with the exception of his 3 seasons as head coach at Kavanaugh (1925, 1926, 1927). Aside from Kavanaugh, his record was 187-71-16.

    In his first year of coaching, he was head coach at Frankfort while he was still in college at Centre and actively competing in sports. He was apparently a track star.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonels_Wear_Blue View Post
    Jim Dougherty also coached at Simon Kenton, following up Carl Fitzer. I'm not sure right now which years he was there, or what his record was as head coach. I know he was head coach at Lloyd for a time too...I think he went to SK immediately from Lloyd. He was on staff at Highlands for a good number of years too. Pretty sure his original reason for heading over to Highlands was because of the Kremer family, who were relatives of his and had some solid athletes go through HHS.
    Red Dog started his career in Ohio and then moved to Lloyd where he won a state title in 1976. From that gig he moved to Simon Kenton and was there for maybe 5 years. He came to Highlands to be an assistant coach under Jack Eicher, then Tom Duffy and lastly Dale Mueller.

    He did not come to Highlands for any family relations. Kremer graduated in 1983 after playing on back to back state champ teams in 1981 and 1982.

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    Wins Name School(s) Overall
    Record
    Seasons Record
    In Title
    Games
    Winning
    %
    345 Schneider, Bob Newport Catholic
    Newport Central Catholic
    345-183-2 44 3-6 65.09%
    258 Hauck, Owen Highlands
    Boone County
    258-109-1 30 1-6 70.11%
    250 Mueller, Dale Highlands 250-36 20 11-3 87.41%
    232 Ray, Lynn Covington Catholic 232-131 30 5-0 63.91%
    213 Duffy, Tom Danville
    Highlands
    Henderson County
    213-79 24 4-0 72.95%
    207 Ellis, Tom Bardstown
    Holmes
    207-98-6 37 0-0 66.56%
    187 Mountjoy, Rice ** Frankfort
    Kavanaugh
    Danville
    Tilghman
    Dixie Heights
    Boone County
    187-71-16 33 0-0 68.25%
    171 Yeagle, Mike Beechwood 171-25 14 8-2 87.24%
    154 Rash, Noel Beechwood 154-41 14 5-1 78.97%
    154 Murphy, Mike Highlands
    Newport
    154-67-2 19 2-0 69.06%
    153 Marksberry, Jeff Simon Kenton 153-87 20 0-1 63.75%
    135 Barre, Bernie Beechwood 135-54 16 1-0 71.43%
    107 Spritzky, Tom Dixie Heights 107-86 17 0-0 55.44%
    93 Eviston, Eddie Newport Central Catholic
    Covington Catholic
    93-21 8 4-1 81.58%
    89 Lickert, Steve Dayton
    Holmes
    Campbell County
    Newport Central Catholic
    89-93 16 0-0 48.90%
    88 Barth, Jeff Walton-Verona 88-45 11 0-0 66.17%
    86 Burnett, Bob Dixie Heights
    Beechwood
    86-64 14 0-1 57.33%
    81 Herrmann, Bill Highlands 81-18 8 3-0 81.63%
    75 Borchers, Randy Ludlow
    Cooper
    75-86 14 0-1 46.58%
    75 Kozerski, Bruce Holy Cross 75-115 13 1-0 39.47%
    74 Warner, Bryson Ryle
    Boone County
    74-66 12 0-1 52.86%
    70 Rice, Homer Highlands 70-11-6 8 2-1 80.46%
    62 Browning, Dave Dixie Heights
    Scott
    Dixie Heights
    62-70-1 12 0-0 46.62%
    53 Turner, Eric Lloyd Memorial
    Scott
    53-31 7 0-0 63.10%
    52 Brossart, Dave Covington Catholic
    Dixie Heights
    52-68 10 0-1 43.33%
    51 Bernier, Fred Covington Catholic
    Bellevue
    51-40 8 1-2 56.04%
    49 Wirth, Dave Covington Catholic 49-27 6 0-0 64.47%
    46 Weinrich, Brian Highlands 46-30 6 1-0 60.53%
    46 Shannon, Bill Dixie Heights 46-10-2 6 0-0 79.31%
    45 Woolley, Dan Scott 45-35 7 0-0 56.25%
    41 Engler, Mike Ryle 41-29 6 0-0 58.57%
    40 Walz, Roger Beechwood
    Highlands
    40-18-2 6 1-0 66.67%
    40 Wagner, Dan Newport Central Catholic 40-29 5 0-3 57.97%
    40 Jenkins, Jim Bellevue
    Simon Kenton
    40-50-2 10 0-0 43.48%
    35 Hornsby, Rick Ludlow 35-65 9 0-0 35.00%
    28 McNabb, Edgar Beechwood 28-82-3 16 0-0 24.78%
    25 Lanham, Tony Owensboro Catholic
    Covington Catholic
    Bryan Station
    25-14-2 4 0-0 60.98%
    21 Kiefer, Steve Ludlow
    Newport
    21-28-3 5 0-0 40.38%
    19 Rodenberg, John Covington Catholic 19-8 2 1-0 70.37%
    15 Waite, Dale Dixie Heights 15-20-1 4 0-0 41.67%
    14 Wynn, Joe Newport 14-9 2 0-0 60.87%
    12 Gaines, Bill Simon Kenton 12-10 2 0-0 54.55%
    5 Rasso, Steve Covington Catholic 5-4-1 1 0-0 50.00%
    4 Herbst, Jesse Dayton 4-7 1 0-0 36.36%
    1 Abney, Jerry Simon Kenton 1-9 1 0-0 10.00%

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    ** Missing 3 Years Worth Of Coaching Record (1925-1927)

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    @Colonels_Wear_Blue I believe Red Dog was at SK for four seasons. Mike Leising followed from '87-- 89. Odom took over in 1990.

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