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Alabama High School Football Head Coaches

Ralph Bell


Ralph Bell attended Livingston University but received his degree from Jacksonville State in 1959. He became an assistant football coach at Saks High School that fall.

Bell became the head football coach at Munford in the fall of 1964. Over the next three seasons his teams finished a combined 22-7-1. The 1966 team went 9-0-1.

He accepted the head coaching job at Shelby County High School in 1967 where re stayed for the next eight years. In 1975, Bell moved to Ashville for six seasons as the head football coach. His 1976 squad finished 9-1 but failed to make the playoffs after a loss to Hokes Bluff.

His overall record in 17 years as a head coach is 99-63-7.


Known Record:  99-63-7   61.1%

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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 
Ashville
Ashville1980 2A5-5164189R83-4107145
Ashville1979 2A3-787207R81-32294
Ashville1978 2A4-5148176R81-37199
Ashville1977 2A8-226896R85-116656
Ashville1976 2A9-117670R85-111157
Ashville1975 2A5-5140171
 6 Years34-259839090-00015-12477451
    
Shelby County
Shelby County1974 2A4-6110107R7
Shelby County1973 2A5-5132160
Shelby County1972 2A5-3-29492
Shelby County1971 2A5-4-112365
Shelby County1970 3A6-4188135
Shelby County1969 3A8-1-116952
Shelby County1968 3A4-4-213894
Shelby County1967 3A6-4187156
 8 Years43-31-611418610-0000-000
    
Munford
Munford1966 2A9-0-130278
Munford1965 2A7-324195
Munford1964 2A6-4167122
 3 Years22-7-17102950-0000-000
    
TOTALS
 17 Years99-63-7283420650-00015-12477451

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