Results for Best High School Football Coach 2013
Since 2000, he has made the playoffs nine times and has taken three trips to the state finals, finally bringing home a Division 3 title last year. The 35-year veteran has a career record of 282-105 and four private-school state championship...
Hyland has coached in seven state title games since joining public school competition in 2000, winning four times. He is Wisconsin's all-time winningest coach, with a 42-year record of 387-101-2 and eight private-school state championships....
Keel has captured four large-school state titles since 1999. He has posted a 24-year record of 216-58 and has led Homestead to 18 playoff appearances.
Sinz has won state titles in four different decades during his 38-year tenure at Edgar, with six state championships overall and four second-place finishes. He ranks third all-time in wins (355-72) in Wisconsin.
Menomonie dominated Division 2 football under LaBuda during an 11-year span in the 1990s and early 2000s, racking up five state championships and two runner-up finishes. In 25 seasons, LaBuda has managed a record of 253-42.
Hoch took teams to the state finals six times in eight seasons from 1999 to 2006 en route to five state championships. With six state titles overall, he entered the 2013 season with a 31-year record of 257-94.
DeNoyer reached the state title game four times from 2003 to 2007, winning three Division 3 state championships. His 18-year record totals 175-54 and includes a Division 1 private-school state title in 1998.
Under Rice, Waunakee has played in eight state title games in the last 14 years, producing five championship teams. In his 21-year career, Rice has posted a 224-29 record.