Results for Best High School Football Coach 2013
Hurst became the all-time leader in state in wins (347-101) this season, and has eight state titles over four decades. He became an assistant at Centreville in 1973.
Hall is 285-75 with four state titles at two different schools from 1991-98. He's coached in the college and professional ranks as well.
Peterson is 123-60-1 and won a pair of state championships at Louisville before moving on to Brandon, where he continued his winning ways. He was named the Mississippi Association of Coaches Class 6A Coach of the Year in 2012.
Chambless has won back-to-back state titles in 2009-10 and is 82-29 after a 2-2 start this season.
Mancuso has won three state championships at two different schools, including a 16-0 season in 2012. His team opened this year at 5-0, to run its winning streak to 21.
He's 171-49 with four state championships in the past six years at South Panola. He's coached in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and won national coaching honors.
Boyles' five state titles (he's also 233-34) span 13 years and two schools. He's at his fourth head-coaching stop and won big at all of them.
Black is 314-71, and is coming off his second undefeated season in the past five years (2012 and 2007).