These are the longest-tenured coaches in Class AAAA (the numbers of seasons listed include 2013):
29 – Alan Chadwick, Marist
13 – Ronnie Millen, Grady
13 – Steve DeVoursney, Griffin
12 – Rayvan Teague, Carrollton
12 – Kirk Warner, Liberty County
11 – Rick Casko, Cass
10 – Tom Fallaw, Cairo
10 – Charles Truitt, Monroe
10 – Mark Mariakis, Ridgeland
10 – Steve Pennington, Statesboro
Marist will play a scrimmage game on Friday against Tucker, the school that has beaten Marist coach Alan Chadwick the most times in his career (he is 7-12 against the Tigers). What is the only other school with a winning record against Chadwick with at least three games played? (Answer Thursday)
Answer to Tuesday’s question: The five Georgia schools that won 11 or more games last season and have new head coaches are 14-1 Jefferson (Ben Hall in, T. McFerrin out), 11-2 Camden County (Welton Coffey in, Jeff Herron out), 11-3 Prince Avenue Christian (Jeff Herron in, Mark Farriba out), 11-1 M.L. King (Cortez Allen in, Rober Freeman out) and 11-2 Carver of Columbus (Joe Kegler in, Dell McGee out).
“There are two pains in life. There is the pain of discipline and the pain of disappointment. If you can handle the pain of discipline, then you’ll never have to deal with the pain of disappointment.” (Nick Saban)
- Dunwoody coach Jim Showfety
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