Results for Best High School Football Coach 2013
Walker has won two of the past three AAAA large-school state titles. In 15 seasons at North Allegheny and Pittsburgh Central Catholic, Walker has won three state championships and five district titles on his way to a 146-41 record.
Cherpak has captured three AAA state championships since his head coaching career began in 1995. In that time, he has put together a record of 192-37 and has won four District 7 titles.
In 36 years at Berwick, Curry has captured three national championships and six AAA state titles. As Pennsylvania's winningest coach (43-year record of 423-95-5), he has been named USA TODAY Coach of the Year twice and has produced more tha...
Over a 44-year career, Render has managed a 364-118-6 record. Aside from five district titles, Render has won two AAAA large-school state championships and has made two additional state title game appearances.
Roth has averaged nearly 12 wins a season over a 29-year career that includes 21 district titles and 13 class A championship appearances. He has won six state titles, and the Tigers have qualified for the playoffs every year during his tenu...
In 14 seasons, Mischler has posted a record of 122-52 on his way to two class AAA state titles. He led Prep to a spot in the USA TODAY High School Sports' Super 25 to conclude last year's undefeated championship season.
Class AAA state champion in 2003 and runner-up in 2004 and 2009, Williams has put together an impressive 317-70-3 record over 32 seasons. The veteran head coach has led Central to 16 district titles.
Heading into 2013, Nola went 103-5 over the last seven seasons en route to compiling a 148-52 record overall (16 years). In those seven seasons, Clairton has won six District 7 titles and four consecutive class A state championships.