Results for Best High School Football Coach 2013
During his 24-year high school career, Jeff Scurran has put together a 241-66-1 record. He has won three state titles and brought his team to the final game seven times in the last 14 years.
John Bryant has won nine state championships in his high school football coaching career. Most recently, Bryant led Joseph City to a Division VI title in 2011 and 1A titles in 2010 and 2009. Before that, he won 1A titles at Pima and St. Dav...
In nine years, Matt Johnson has posted a 69-40 record, winning the Division 2 state title in 2012 with a 13-1 record.
Mike Morgan has led St. Johns to six state titles over his career. St. Johns won three straight championships in 1992, 1993, and 1994. The most recent championship came in 2008, when Morgan led the Redskins to a perfect season.
Paul Moro has won 12 state titles at Lakeside Blue Ridge and went undefeated in 10 of the 12 state title seasons. Coach Moro's success at Blue Ridge has earned him more than 300 wins in his career.
Richard Taylor has won three state championships at Centennial (Peoria) in his 40 year coaching career. Taylor led the Coyotes to three straight 5A-II titles in 2008, 2007 and 2006.
Scooter Molander has won two state titles, in 2005 and 2007, both times being named Coach of the Year. His eight-year overall career record is 82-23.
Steve Belles has been the coach at Hamilton for seven seasons and led them to five state championships. In 2006, Belles was elected the Arizona 5A Coach of the Year. Prior to Hamilton, Belles was the head coach at Mountain Ridge and Desert ...