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Brian Mintz


Brian Mintz earned second team Birmingham News All-State honors as a senior at Southside High School in Gadsden following the 1980 football season. He played quarterback for Southside.

Mintz also played football at Jacksonville State, earning two letters in 1982-83. He graduated from JSU in 1985, and again in 1991 with a Masters Degree.

His coaching career started and ended at Ragland High School. In 1988 he was named the head football coach at Ragland where he remained for three seasons before moving over to the head coaching position at Glencoe in 1991.

His six teams at Glencoe went 36-33 with three playoff appearances and two region titles. In 1997 Mintz returned to his alma mater, Southside, for four years before moving back to Ragland.

In 2004, Mintz returned to coach the Purple Devils where he enjoyed the most success during his coaching tenure. He led Ragland to the state playoffs in each of his eight years at the school. His 2011 team finished 13-1 record in his final season with the school before retiring from the field.

Westbrook Christian came calling in 2017 and Coach Mintz returned to the field as their head football coach.

Coach Mintz is a member of the St. Clair County Sports Hall of Fame.


Known Record:  141-119-0   54.2%

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 Season Total   Playoffs   Region/Area Record 
 Team   Season   Class   W/L/T   PF  PA   W/L/T   PF  PA   Region   Title  W/L/T   PF  PA 
Westbrook Christian
Westbrook Christian2018 2A7-43682170-12135R64-2229148
Westbrook Christian2017 2A5-62032570-11442R64-3139130
 2 Years12-105714740-235778-5368278
    
Ragland
Ragland2011 1A13-15381723-113970R6#6-031181
Ragland2010 1A9-33281051-12837R6#6-122562
Ragland2009 1A4-71922240-1632R54-3165103
Ragland2008 1A7-42752540-11442R56-1218126
Ragland2007 1A8-33671400-11227R66-124078
Ragland2006 1A9-53532103-18273R65-220896
Ragland2005 1A6-52472280-11334R55-217690
Ragland2004 1A9-33652411-15152R56-1258149
 8 Years65-31266515748-834536744-111801785
    
Southside Gadsden
Southside Gadsden2000 5A3-7123292R62-587193
Southside Gadsden1999 5A3-7201284R142-272139
Southside Gadsden1998 5A4-6185269R140-466150
Southside Gadsden1997 5A3-7158249R130-22482
 4 Years13-2766710940-0004-13249564
    
Glencoe
Glencoe1996 3A7-62802552-16761R12#3-07141
Glencoe1995 3A9-32081621-14039R13#3-06134
Glencoe1994 3A4-674185R131-21756
Glencoe1993 3A9-52371823-15667R83-111538
Glencoe1992 3A5-5152157R82-27571
Glencoe1991 4A2-8125337R120-429146
 6 Years36-33107612786-316316712-9368386
    
Ragland
Ragland1990 2A1-988283R120-3668
Ragland1989 1A8-43401241-17142R12#3-0930
Ragland1988 1A6-51671730-1037R12#3-07725
 3 Years15-185955801-271796-317693
    
TOTALS
 23 Years141-1195574500015-1561469074-4129622106

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