Results for Best High School Football Coach 2013
Headed into his 13th season with Manti, Meacham has surpassed 100 career victories and has three 2A state titles to his credit.
Peck's success with Bingham is stunning. Entering his 14th season, he's gone 128-35 and won three 5A state titles. In 18 years of coaching he's posted a 155-69 overall record.
Cowan has helped lead Duchesne to three straight 1A state championships and has gone 52-17 in his six-year career.
Colosimo enters his 14th season as Juan Diego, during which he's amassed a 129-29 record and won five 3A state titles. He has an overall record of 174-104 in 26 years of coaching.
Hamilton is entering his second year at Pleasant Grove after coaching at Alta, Hunter and Grantsville previously. He has an 83-42 career record and won two state championships while at Alta.
Entering his 10th season at Mt. Crest, Wooten has gone 76-32 and won one 4A state championship (2005). He's also had two second-place finishes in 2010 and 2012, both double-overtime defeats.
Favero has led the Grizzlies to four 4A state championships in his career - in 2000, 2005, 2007 and 2011 - and has compiled an overall record of 120-53.
Lee has built one of the most consistent programs in the state. He's gone 96-19 in 10 years at San Juan and won three 2A state titles in 2006, 2009 and 2010.