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Alabama High School Football Head Coaches

Ronnie Sikes


Ronnie Sikes attended Randolph County High School, Southern Union State Junior College and Auburn University. He earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Education from Auburn.

Following graduation, he served as an assistant coach at Valley High School (1981-83), Notasulga (1984-87), Beulah (1990-92) and Mortimer Jordan High in 1988 before accepting the head coaching position at Mortimer Jordan in the fall of 1989 for one season. His only team went 7-4.

In 1992 he returned to Notasulga as the head coach for the next twelve seasons. His teams there made the playoffs in all but two years and won five region championships. The 2001 team advanced to the State Championship game before losing to Reeltown 46-6 at Legion Field in Birmingham.

Coach Sikes moved over to Lanett High School in 2004 as the head football coach. In five years his teams qualified for the playoffs four times and won another region title in 2007.

In 2009 Coach Sikes took over as the head football coach at Springwood Academy in the AISA. His overall football coaching record is 161-96 through the 2012 season. /p>


Known Record:  161-96-0   62.6%

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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 
Springwood
Springwood2012 AISA-AA1-9193348R10-6104238
Springwood2011 AISA-AA10-25792650-14262R14-123298
Springwood2010 AISA-AA10-33842262-14977R15-118899
Springwood2009 AISA-AA6-42381990-13846R14-111978
 4 Years27-18139410382-312918513-9643513
    
Lanett
Lanett2008 2A7-42821830-1917R56-1212111
Lanett2007 2A12-14441732-18844R3#7-022894
Lanett2006 2A9-43402892-18586R35-2185120
Lanett2005 2A5-73042781-14573R34-3222134
Lanett2004 2A3-7205342R33-4175198
 5 Years36-23157512655-422722025-101022657
    
Notasulga
Notasulga2003 1A3-7151279R53-4133186
Notasulga2002 1A5-62502340-12033R54-3176136
Notasulga2001 1A10-43222364-111094R5#4-114665
Notasulga2000 1A10-24111591-18754R55-121279
Notasulga1999 1A10-13251060-11220R7#2-07633
Notasulga1998 1A13-14221463-113751R7#2-03330
Notasulga1997 1A6-61622271-12437R62-16653
Notasulga1996 1A1-9132299R60-3686
Notasulga1995 1A6-51251690-1821R62-15247
Notasulga1994 1A9-3363841-14922R6#3-011814
Notasulga1993 1A12-23301203-18135R6#3-08920
Notasulga1992 1A6-52021600-11218R62-16231
 12 Years91-513195221913-1054038532-151169780
    
Mortimer Jordan
Mortimer Jordan1989 4A7-42031530-1021R103-14744
 1 Year7-42031530-10213-14744
    
TOTALS
 22 Years161-966367467520-1889681173-3528811994

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