Philip Haywood & Dudley Hilton

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  • Philip Haywood

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    Philip Haywood & Dudley Hilton

    I'm surprised that no one has started a thread on one of the state's best races to a record of 300 wins.
    Two mountain school coaches striving for win 300.
    Hilton came in with 293 wins and Haywood had 292 wins.
    Both are 2-0 thus far.
    Does anyone have any comments on this historical race, it may be a while before two coaches like this compete in a dead heat. There are a lot of veteran football coaches in the mountains that have racked up a lot of wins and I'm surprised that this story hasn't made a headline yet.
    I'd like to see both coaches year by year record to compare and contrast them against each other, just for fun. Does anyone have Haywood's and Hilton's career record year by year? Hilton has been at Breathitt County, Bell County and Bourbon County. Has Haywood been anywhere else besides Belfry?

    Dudley Hilton: 295-96 (32)
    Philip Haywood: 294-109 (33)
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    Haywood was at Prestonsburg for 9 seasons, where he was 72-31, I think.

    If that is right, then his his record at Belfry is 222-78, where he has coached since his first season in 1984.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3wishes
    I'm surprised that no one has started a thread on one of the state's best races to a record of 300 wins.
    Two mountain school coaches striving for win 300.
    Hilton came in with 293 wins and Haywood had 292 wins.
    Both are 2-0 thus far.
    Does anyone have any comments on this historical race, it may be a while before two coaches like this compete in a dead heat. There are a lot of veteran football coaches in the mountains that have racked up a lot of wins and I'm surprised that this story hasn't made a headline yet.
    I'd like to see both coaches year by year record to compare and contrast them against each other, just for fun. Does anyone have Haywood's and Hilton's career record year by year? Hilton has been at Breathitt County, Bell County and Bourbon County. Has Haywood been anywhere else besides Belfry?

    Dudley Hilton: 295-96 (32)
    Philip Haywood: 294-109 (33)
    This is a monumental race. What is interesting about these 2 coaches is they have pretty much the same style. They are both very physical smash mouth teams always. I am not for sure how many seasons he has coached (30 maybe?) without a losing record. IMO when you think of Mtn football right now on Mt. Rushmore you would have Hilton, Haywood, Holcomb, and Larkey. Gosh I wish Larkey's name started with an H!!!

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    Bob Redman is right behind at 290 after last weekend.

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    I'm assuming by record of 300 wins you mean their personal record, not state record.

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    They did not say state records above.

    I look for both of these young men especially Hilton to coach well into the next decade. He has more energy than coaches 1/2 his age.

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    Is the Newcath coach still first all-time in KY? Think he has 307 or something like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98NCCalum
    I'm assuming by record of 300 wins you mean their personal record, not state record.
    The thread is giving props to these coaches who will probably be reaching the 300 win milestone this season. Its a milestone that only 1 other coach has reached. If you are a young coach, you can learn a lot from these guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stinger
    Is the Newcath coach still first all-time in KY? Think he has 307 or something like that?
    I think he's at 314 or 315 now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stinger
    Is the Newcath coach still first all-time in KY? Think he has 307 or something like that?

    With how many years 41 or 43 something like that??

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    Bob is at 314 now.

    I meant a record of 300, not THE record.

    Watusi do you have a breakdown of Belfry's records since 1984? Year by year that is?

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    Correction. Bob Redman is at 289 wins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leonidas
    With how many years 41 or 43 something like that??
    Close, 42 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Scribe
    Correction. Bob Redman is at 289 wins.
    290, he had 288 wins after last season and has won 2 games this year.

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    So I was right the first time. Good deal. I think all three will reach 300 this year.

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