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Alabama High Football School Coaches

    
        AHSFHS.org put together a couple of interesting lists on the coaches that work so very hard each and every season to give the fans something to cheer about each Friday evening. With so many coaching changes the past few season, which coaches have the longest tenure at one school? Which football coaches have won the most games at one school?

        Lamar Harris and Buddy Anderson have been the head football coach at their respective schools for the past 35 years. The all-time record for Alabama belongs to Woody Clements who spent 41 years as the head coach at Holt.

Current Coaches with Longest Tenure at One School
    Years Won Lost Tied
Lamar Harris Hubbertville 35 179 176 0
Buddy Anderson Vestavia Hills 35 285 120 1
Russell Jacoway Sand Rock 30 211 117 0
Dale Pruitt Plainview 29 192 86 0
Jackie O'Neal Reeltown 25 209 94 0
Jamie Riggs T.R. Miller 24 254 56 0
Randy Ragsdale Trinity 24 209 63 0
Fred Yancey Briarwood 23 219 65 0
Trent Taylor Straughn 23 154 112 0

Most Wins at One School All-Time
    Years Won Lost Tied
Buddy Anderson Vestavia Hills 35 285 120 1
Jamie Riggs T.R. Miller 24 254 56 0
Glenn Daniel Luverne 38 251 138 12
Harlan Robinson Ranburne 38 243 119 9
Woody Clements Holt 41 234 170 8
Waldon Tucker Fayette County 28 234 96 0
Danny Horn Clay County 20 225 40 0
Fred Yancey Briarwood 23 219 65 0
Lou Scales Alexandria 38 219 139 12
Nolan Atkins Sweet Water 25 216 50 5
Bill Bacon Enterprise 27 212 83 1
Russell Jacoway Sand Rock 30 211 117 0
Randy Ragsdale Trinity 24 209 63 0
Jackie O'Neal Reeltown 25 209 94 0
Jimmy Foshee Stanhope Elmore 25 209 83 1
H.L. Shorty Ogle Decatur 31 208 71 13
Bobby Overton B.B. Comer 36 203 175 4
Bob Finley Berry/Hoover 26 198 87 5
Larry Ginn Alexandria 21 196 53 0
James Glover Etowah 31 189 100 16

Longest Tenure at One School All-Time
    Years Won Lost Tied
Woody Clements Holt 41 234 170 8
Terry Burt Elmore County 39 176 124 3
Lou Scales Alexandria 38 219 139 12
Glenn Daniel Luverne 38 251 138 12
Harlan Robinson Ranburne 38 243 119 9
Bobby Overton B.B. Comer 36 203 175 4
Louie Coshatt Oak Grove 35 52 130 11
Lamar Harris Hubbertville 35 179 176 0
Buddy Anderson Vestavia Hills 35 285 120 1
John Cox Childersburg 33 180 121 13
H.L. Shorty Ogle Decatur 31 208 71 13
James Glover Etowah 31 189 100 16
Dovey Anderson Thomasville 31 179 81 25
Doug Lockridge Valley 31 169 111 10





























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