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 Raymond Weaver 

Raymond Weaver grew up in Guntersville and attended Guntersville High School.

From a ninth grade receiver to a senior quarterback, defensive back, returner and punter, Raymond Weavers career statistics include 4,994 yards receiving, rushing, passing and returning kicks. He scored 43 touchdowns, collected 15 interceptions and averaged 42.1-yard per punt.

He was twice voted All-County and All-Region and was Most Valuable Player during his senior year playing for the Wildcats.

The Birmingham Post-Herald named him the MVP on the 1965 Class 3A All-State Team. Weaver played in the Alabama All-Star Game in Tuscaloosa following his senior season, throwing the winning touchdown pass in a 13-7 victory for the North in 1966.

He received a scholarship to play football at North Alabama following his high school playing days. Weaver was a letterman in college (1972-73).

After graduating college he fought in the Vietnam War before beginning his career in teaching and coaching.

Raymond served 23 years as a head football coach at Collinsville and Geraldine.


He also was the head baseball and girls basketball coach. His best season as a football head coach was 12-1 at Collinsville in 1983.

That same year, he was named head coach of the North team in the Alabama All-Star game. Weaver had nine teams that participated in the AHSAA playoffs and won two area titles.

He is a charter member of the Marshall County Hall of Fame.


Known Record:  109-131-0   45.4%
 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 
Geraldine
Geraldine1998 2A4-6160185R131-25478
Geraldine1997 2A5-5142149R141-22750
Geraldine1996 2A3-7174266R141-24761
Geraldine1995 2A6-51731400-12160R131-12127
Geraldine1994 2A7-42061070-1721R131-11214
 5 Years25-278558470-228815-8161230
    
Collinsville
Collinsville1993 1A3-7134224R160-33491
Collinsville1992 1A7-42631840-1031R162-17360
Collinsville1991 2A5-5163106R141-34653
Collinsville1990 2A2-872239R140-420106
Collinsville1989 2A3-81221920-11416R142-15548
Collinsville1988 2A4-71911980-1715R142-14757
Collinsville1987 2A5-5162189R163-210292
Collinsville1986 2A1-8123253R160-454128
Collinsville1985 2A1-979351R120-320111
Collinsville1984 2A4-6127221R121-23483
Collinsville1983 1A12-1217472-14821R12#5-0956
Collinsville1982 1A9-42531242-14525R12#4-112349
Collinsville1981 1A4-6141197R124-210795
Collinsville1980 1A2-844226R121-526142
Collinsville1979 2A4-6170229R162-599183
Collinsville1978 2A7-3253124R164-3102101
Collinsville1977 1A5-5192157R124-113985
Collinsville1976 1A7-320281R124-112038
 18 Years85-103290833424-511410839-4212961528
    
TOTALS
 23 Years110-130376341894-714218944-5014571758


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