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 Laron White 

Laron White got his first head coaching position at Tanner immediately upon graduating college. He leads the state among active coaches with a winning percentage of 83.3% in his short thirteen year career at Tanner high school.

Coach White led his team to 2A state championships in 2012 and 2013. His teams have qualified for the playoffs in each season and won a minimum of seven games.

He has led the Rattlers to eight region titles (2003, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016).

White played offensive line at Courtland earning All-State honors as an honorable mention lineman his junior season and was named to the first team in 1991 as a senior. He was named to the ASWA Super 12 team and Super All-State team by the Birmingham News. White also played in the Alabama All-Star Game in Tuscaloosa following his senior season.

He played football at Alabama under Gene Stallings from 1993-96, where he was a part of three SEC Western Division championships for the Crimson Tide.

Tanner won forty-five regular season games in a row between 2009-14. They currently have a 59 game region winning streak.

Following the 2016 seasons, Coach White resigned his position at Tanner to accept the same position at Sparkman.

Coach White served as the offensive line coach for Alabama in the 25th annual Mississippi-Alabama All-Star Game in 2011. His father, Louis White was a successful coach at Courtland and won four state championships. His father and uncle, Mylun White are in the AHSAA Hall of Fame. His brother, Louis, Jr., is the head coach at Dothan High School.

Known Record:  171-47-0   78.4%
 Season Total   Playoffs   Region Record 
 Team   Season  Class   W/L/T   PF  PA   W/L/T  PF  PA   Region  Title  W/L/T   PF  PA 
Sparkman2020 7A4-4161143R44-214782
Sparkman2019 7A8-33002130-1321R45-2197164
Sparkman2018 7A4-6168227R42-5105180
Sparkman2017 7A7-42872190-1749R45-2192107
 4 Years23-179168020-2107016-11641533
Tanner2016 2A9-45242832-113376R7#6-0296107
Tanner2015 2A11-16891851-112863R6#6-036454
Tanner2014 2A10-36262392-111470R6#6-034277
Tanner2013 2A13-15142085-013180R8#7-033574
Tanner2012 2A14-06331005-018028R8#7-039265
Tanner2011 2A14-16321774-114475R7#8-039074
Tanner2010 2A11-14251172-17669R7#8-031121
Tanner2009 2A10-23211171-14434R86-122561
Tanner2008 2A12-14012302-16977R8#7-0240117
Tanner2007 2A7-53242661-13442R85-2232131
Tanner2006 2A10-23261891-13139R86-1219107
Tanner2005 2A10-33871872-15664R86-128477
Tanner2004 2A7-42671240-1720R86-121042
Tanner2003 2A10-24042611-14155R8#7-0282118
 14 Years148-306473268329-12118879291-641221125
 18 Years171-477389348529-141198862107-1747631658

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