Randy Ragsdale, a native of Rockdale, Georgia played football at Jacksonville State between 1976-78. He became the head coach of the Trinity Presbyterian Academy Wildcats in 1989.
Since that first season his teams have compiled a record of 218-66, won ten region titles and a State Championship in 2003.
His 2003 team defeated Deshler 24-14 for the title. The Wildcats completed the season with a 15-0 slate and remains the only undefeated team in Trinity football history. For four seasons from 2000-05 his teams won forty-five consecutive regular season games.
The Wildcats have qualified for the football playoffs in all but two of his twenty-four seasons. The Wildcats will enter the 2013 season with a record thirty-one consecutive winning seasons streak. His overall region record stands at 98-20 which is among the best of any coach ever in the state.
Ragsdale was named Coach of the Year by the Alabama Sports Writer in 2003.
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