There are 11 coaches who have won at least four state titles in the GHSA era:
14 – Wright Bazemore, Valdosta
11 – Larry Campbell, Lincoln County
7 – Nick Hyder, Valdosta
5 – Ed Pilcher, Thomas County Central
5 – Charlie Grisham, Carrollton
5 – Jess Simpson, Buford
4 – Bill Corry, Morgan County
4 – Charlie Davidson, Washington-Wilkes
4 – Cecil Flowe, Parkview
4 – Jeff Herron, Camden County, Oconee County
4 – Rich McWhorter, Charlton County
There are 19 coaches who have won exactly three state titles in the GHSA era. Associate these 19 coaches with their state-winning schools: Wayman Creel, Robert Davis, Mike Garvin, Bobby Gentry, Billy Henderson, Dwight Hochstetler, Mike Hodges, Jim Hughes, Ray Lamb, Carlton Lewis, Randy McPherson, Steve Pardue, Jerry Sharp, Ernest Teel, Rick Tomberlin, Chip Walker, Luther Welsh, Minton Williams and Dexter Wood. (Answer Wednesday)
Answer to Monday’s question: The Georgia record for touchdowns in a season is 58, set by Washaun Ealey of Emanuel County Institute in 2007.
“The difference between the impossible and the possible lies in a man’s determination.” (Tommy Lasorda)
- Georgia Military coach Steven Simpson
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