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Ron Haushalter


Ronnie Haushalter was a graduate of McKees Rocks High School in Pennsylvania and the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga. He played quarterback in college for UT-Chattanooga.

Haushalter landed the head football coaching job at Valley Head in 1960 where he stayed for nine seasons. In 1969 he left Valley Head for a position at Jacksonville State for one year before taking over the head coaching duties at Fyffe High School.

He found a home at Fyffe and stayed until his retirement following the 1994 season. During his career he produced three teams that finished the regular season undefeated in 1970, 1973 and 1984. His teams won eight area titles at Fyffe.

Haushalter had a career high school coaching record of 215-143-5 with 16 state playoff appearances, leading Valley Head to a runner-up finish in the state playoffs in 1967 and Fyffe to the state quarterfinals in 1984 and 1986.

The street leading to the Fyffe football stadium was named in his honor along with the team field house. Coach Haushalter was named Coach of the Year several times. He was inducted into the Alabama High School Athletic Associations Hall of Fame in 1997.

Haushalter, one of the most successful coaches in state history, died July 5, 2013 after a long illness. He was 77.


Known Record:  217-143-3   60.3%

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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 
Fyffe
Fyffe1994 2A6-62892441-14249R141-17552
Fyffe1993 2A7-41861880-1736R143-17763
Fyffe1992 2A10-23541601-14937R14#4-013151
Fyffe1991 2A6-51831790-11213R15#3-07220
Fyffe1990 2A9-33511611-13436R15#3-010844
Fyffe1989 2A7-42771840-12046R151-16540
Fyffe1988 2A7-41841440-1614R15#2-04927
Fyffe1987 2A3-6127187R161-36580
Fyffe1986 2A8-53072082-18362R16#4-010947
Fyffe1985 2A6-52802270-12128R162-19678
Fyffe1984 2A12-14441272-19050R16#3-011614
Fyffe1983 2A8-32391540-1030R16#7-020195
Fyffe1982 2A0-1092246R160-771166
Fyffe1981 2A4-6131152R162-572127
Fyffe1980 2A5-5123170R163-470116
Fyffe1979 2A8-31601240-1836R16#6-112564
Fyffe1978 2A5-5136160R163-488126
Fyffe1977 2A1-952200R160-619125
Fyffe1976 2A0-1055353R160-655215
Fyffe1975 2A6-421694R16
Fyffe1974 2A7-2193115R16
Fyffe1973 2A11-12661061-13343
Fyffe1972 2A7-318478
Fyffe1971 2A9-22571370-11242
Fyffe1970 2A10-1427730-11324
 25 Years162-109551341718-1543054648-4016641550
    
Valley Head
Valley Head1968 1A8-2347109
Valley Head1967 1A11-14041671-14149
Valley Head1966 1A6-2-2157107
Valley Head1965 1A6-3-1208124
Valley Head1964 1A5-5134145
Valley Head1963 1A3-7134157
Valley Head1962 4-6104153
Valley Head1961 4-6128139
Valley Head1960 8-222879
 9 Years55-34-3184411801-141490-000
    
TOTALS
 34 Years217-143-3735753519-1647159548-4016641550

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