Results for Best High School Football Coach 2013

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Total Votes: 323

Aaron Brady

Washington D.C., MD, DC

In the five years prior to Brady taking over in 2010, Gonzaga was a middling program with a sub-.500 record (25-29). Since he's arrived, it had a winning record every year.

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Total Votes: 25

Aazaar Abdul-Rahim

Washington D.C., MD, DC

One of the most well-known figures in D.C. football, Abdul-Rahim has helped more than 50 players earn full scholarships to play in college and helped turn Friendship into a local power.

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Total Votes: 428

Bob Milloy

Olney, MD, DC

Milloy led Good Counsel to the No. 1 ranking in the Washington Post for a fourth consecutive season last year, with a fourth straight conference crown and a 376-107-1 overall record.

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Total Votes: 1,665

Chris Haddock

Centreville, Va, DC

The year before Haddock took over, the Wildcats went 1-9. Since he's taken over, they've gone 33-16 with seven of those losses coming in his first year. Haddock led them to the regional championship in 2011 and a D-6 runner-up finish....

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Total Votes: 66

Dave Mencarini

Gaithersburg, MD, DC

Now in his 10th season on the sideline, Mencarini entered this season at 110-17 with a 4A state championship in 2007 and a runner-up finish in 2012.

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Total Votes: 26

Elijah Brooks

Hyattsville, MD, DC

A young hire at only 29 years old, Brooks has gone 15-7 in his two years at the helm and has already developed five D-I commits with several more expected.

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Total Votes: 1,528

Jim Poythress

Burke, VA, DC

Now in his eighth year as head coach, Poythress has led Lake Braddock to four straight district crowns while going 44-18 over the last five seasons.

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Total Votes: 8,038

Mickey Thompson

Ashburn, VA, DC

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.