Results for Best High School Football Coach 2013
Although he has far fewer years under his belt than the other names on the New Jersey list, Higgins' 11-year run (94-21) as a head coach is as impressive as any of his peers. The Chiefs won back-to-back North 2 Group 4 state championships i...
He led the Raiders to state titles in 2003, 2004 and 2006.
Goochland went 1-19 in Fowler's first two seasons but has turned around everything, winning the D-2 state championship last year to go along with the one it claimed in 2006.
Lynott has wasted no time making his mark at Middletown, posting a 55-12 record and bringing home state championship hardware for the last two years. Last season the Knights finished undefeated.
Since the school opened in 2000, Thompson has led the Bulldogs to a 134-26 record with 11 playoff appearances, five trips to the 3A state final and a championship in 2007.
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.
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.