Results for Best High School Football Coach 2013
Since taking over in 2008, Geske has led Marist to a 58-7 record and three state title game appearances, winning a 4A championship in 2009. He has posted a 25-year record of 186-85, with two state championships.
Under Lawrence, Sherwood has competed for state championships in five of the last nine seasons, bringing home 5A titles in 2010 and 2012. Lawrence has a 171-49 record over 19 seasons.
Henderson turned Dufur into a small-school powerhouse, winning the 1A state title six times in 13 years from 1994 to 2006. He surpassed the 200-win mark this season.
Potter has put together a 248-61 record in 26 seasons while leading Jesuit to three large-school state championships. He has reached the playoff 24 times, with 11 trips to the state semifinals.
In the last nine years, Swift has led his team to five state title games, winning a 3A championship in 2007 and a 2A title in 2011. The 16-year coach sports a 116-64 career record going into this season.
After going 24-31 in his first six seasons at West Albany, Nyquist has compiled a record of 83-16 over the last eight years, including two undefeated 5A state championship seasons. His 20-year record is 133-78 overall.
Coury has contested five state championship games in the last 12 years, winning the 6A large-school title in 2011. He has reached the state semifinals nine times and has compiled a 190-57 record over 21 seasons.
The longtime coach has won four large-school state titles and has taken Roseburg to nine title games. He has collected the most wins (42-year record of 320-136-1) among active head coaches in Oregon.