Longtime Georgia basketball coach posts career win No. 750

Vidalia High's Chunk Reid reaches No. 750 (Photo by John Conner)

Vidalia High's Chunk Reid reaches No. 750 (Photo by John Conner)

Vidalia High School’s “Chunk” Reid is pictured with his players after Vidalia’s 56-29 victory over Pierce County in the Region 2-AA semifinals on Friday. This victory gave the longtime Vidalia coach 750 during his career.

On Saturday, Reid got No. 751 with the win over Tattnall in the region championship.

According to Vidalia officials, Reid ranks 10th in victories among girls coaches (still active) in the U.S., along with 22nd on the all-time list.

Vidalia is 27-0 this season after finishing a 30-1 season last year as runner-ups to Class AA state champion Buford.

11 comments Add your comment

John W. Conner

February 20th, 2011
9:44 pm

Congrats on an incredible coaching career.

Remarkable

February 21st, 2011
12:37 am

Watch our Vidalia Girls go all the way.

chief oseola

February 21st, 2011
5:51 am

Great Job , but if you want to see some eyepopping numbers check out the numbers of coach Ron Bradley.

Just A Teacher

February 21st, 2011
9:53 am

Vidalia High is a really nice school. Congratulations Coach, from a former Indians faculty member.

MM

February 21st, 2011
11:22 am

Great Coach and a Great Person.!! VHS Class of 1980

Class of 1420

February 21st, 2011
5:15 pm

Wow! He must be a great coach!

-VHS Class of 1420

DC

February 23rd, 2011
7:12 pm

Works hard, worked us hard too !!!
Class of 1980… “Go Indians”

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fullthrottlelife82

May 10th, 2011
7:42 pm

Congratulations!
Class of 2000

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