Results for Best Boys Basketball Coach 2014
In just eight years, O'Connell has compiled a 171-45 record. Last year's team won the Class 4A state title with a 27-1 record and he was named Washington Post All-Met Coach of the Year.
Fleming took home one state title following the 2010-11 season and has racked up a 162-42 record through a total of eight seasons. He is currently the winningest coach in school history.
Fletcher is the state's top winner among active coaches with a 37-year record of 953-392. His teams have won a single state title and finished second twice.
Robison was 337-103 in 19 years heading into this season, with three state crowns in nine state title game appearances. He's gone 179-30 in the last nine years, and West played in a state record six straight title games from 2007-12.
The former University of Alaska coach has an 8-year prep record of 151-51. He has won the last 2 Class 3A state titles and had one second-place finish.
During his 43-year career, Pinkham has put together a record of 572-280. He's been in the Class C state championship game five times, winning once.
He has posted a 690-310 record in 36 seasons. He shares the record with 7 state titles.
Fenlon's team won the Class 3A state title last seasons and has placed second three times. His 30-year record is 643-256.
Mirabello's teams have won four state titles and finished second four times. In 26 years he has put together a 477-165 record.
Cowherd has compiled an 110-20 record in six seasons, winning two state titles in 2010-11 and 2012-13 in Class 6A.