Results for Best High School Football Coach 2013
Coming into the season, Poggi has posted a 119-36 record in 16 years. He's managed 11 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championships, including the last two.
In 13 seasons, Van Deusen has managed four state titles, seven regional titles and nine Howard County League titles. His overall record is 136-24 coming into the fall.
Markiewicz has led the Wildcats to 10 playoff appearances, including a 2007 trip to the state finals. Markiewicz earned his 200th career victory last season and in 1994 led North County to the Class 4A state title.
In eight years at Wise, Parrish has compiled a record of 63-23. He's won four conference titles, four regional titles and a state title.
Since 1975, Petrides has compiled a career record of 244-135-1 in his coaching career. He's won numerous Baltimore City titles and conference championships.
Lynott has wasted no time making his mark at Middletown, posting a 55-12 record and bringing home state championship hardware for the last two years. Last season the Knights finished undefeated.
Smith has been dominant as a head coach, managing five state titles in the last six years. His career record is 65-6.
Turnbaugh has a career record of 180-34. The Bulls have won state titles in 1997 (Class 1A), 2001 and 2002 (both 2A); plus 13 Baltimore County league titles.