Results for Best High School Football Coach 2013

Total Votes: 177

Brian White

Hilliard, OH

White has coached Hilliard Davidson to 11 playoff appearances in 14 years, capping the 2006 and 2009 seasons with Division I large-school state championships. White's 16-year record is 149-46

Total Votes: 3,137

Chuck Kyle

Cleveland, OH

Kyle has led Saint Ignatius to 11 Division I large-school championships. He has three national titles under his belt and has been named USA Today Coach of the Year twice. Kyle's 30-year record is 301-69-1.

Total Votes: 18

Jay Sharrett

Pickerington, OH

Sharrett has won more than 100 games (101-21) over the past decade while playing in Ohio's two large-school divisions. He was state runner-up in 2006 and 2011, and he has won seven consecutive Ohio Capital Conference titles.

Total Votes: 4,906

P.J. Fecko

Youngstown, OH

In 13 seasons at Mooney, Fecko has made six trips to the state title game, winning four times. Mooney is 31-5 in playoff competition under his direction. He is 117-51 overall.

Total Votes: 20,849

Reno Saccoccia

Steubenville, OH

In 30 seasons, Saccoccia has taken Steubenville to 13 state semifinal games and six title games, winning three state championships. Saccoccia has built a staggering 311-56 record with 23 playoff appearances.

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Total Votes: 27,766

Steve Specht

Cincinnati, OH

In nine years at St. Xavier, Specht has won two Division I large-school championships and compiled an 87-26 record. His 2007 team topped was ranked as the best in the nation.

Total Votes: 1,459

Ted Ginn Sr.

Cleveland, OH

Ginn (15-year record of 145-34) has put more than 100 players into college on athletic scholarships, with several going on to play in the NFL. He has made the Division I large-school playoffs 11 times, with a title game appearance in 2009....

Total Votes: 208

Tim Goodwin

Maria Stein, OH

Goodwin has made Marion Local one of the most dominant small school programs in Ohio. His Flyers have won six of the last 14 state championships. He has a 154-40 record and has made 10 state semifinal appearances.