Results for Best High School Football Coach 2013
Walker has turned Martinsburg into one of the best programs in the state. He's compiled a 67-13 record since taking over in 2006 and has won the last three 3A state titles.
Taylor has been coaching since 1999 but didn't take over the Madonna program until 2011. In that short time he's proven to be a strong coach, leading the team to 18 wins and a state runner-up finish.
Cromley has won more than 145 games in his career and has led Wahama to a 39-2 record over the last two years, during which it has won a state title (2012) and finished as runner-up (2010).
Entering his 28th season at his alma mater, Simon has a 207-109 career record with 17 playoff berths, five runner-up finishes and four 2A state titles.
Bowers enters his 11th season roaming the sideline for Morgantown, during which he's gone 104-24 and led the team to back-to-back undefeated 3A state championships in 2004-05.
Batton has compiled a 111-51 record since taking over in 1999 and led Magnolia to a 14-0 season, culminating in the 2A state championship in 2010.
Young has led Wheeling Central on an amazing run since the millennium. He's led it to eight 1A state titles, including four in a row from 2004-07, and two of last three.
Wayne went 0-10 in Harmon's first year but has gone 150-30 since, winning three 2A state championships, including the last two. It also has finished as runner-up three other times under Harmon.