Results for Best High School Football Coach 2013
Ames has won three state championships in four appearances over the last 13 years, and he's closing in on 300 career victories.
Goncharoff created one of the most successful dynasties in high school football, leading Bellevue to 10 of the last 12 Class 3A state championships, and going 158-12 in 13 years.
Entering his 23rd year on the job, he's won five 2A state titles, including the last two, to go along with another 1A title. He has more than 200 wins in his career.
Since taking over the storied program in 2008, Taylor has kept the winning tradition alive, going 61-10 and winning four 4A state titles in five years including the last two.
Kohler has led O'Dea to the state finals seven times, winning three of them, and had compiled an impressive 271-45 record heading into this year.
Otton is approaching the 350-career win milestone and has proven time and time again he can evolve through the years. He's won five state titles at Turnwater, including the last in 2011, and was runner-up last year.
Riner has led Connell to appearances in five of the last seven 1A state championships, winning twice, and also won a 2A title before that. He has a 130-33 career record.
Allred has turned Royal into one of the most consistent programs in the state. He has led it to a 158-20 record in 14 years and won four state titles with two runner-up finishes.