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OldSchoolLion

Who Are These Two Legendary Coaches? George Smith & Al Morrell

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In the southern part of the state, only 2 coaches have ever coached at the same school(head coach that is) for 25 years and won 225+ games and at least one state title at that school.

Who are they and at what school did each coach for that long tenure? 

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12 minutes ago, Hwy17 said:

I know Paul Maecthle was out Southeast for 33 years and Joe Kinnan was out Manatee for 29.  Both won titles and have close to 300 wins.  

I am talking south of there, Hwy 17, like the northern tip of Lake Okeechobee southward.

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2 hours ago, OldSchoolLion said:

Good try, but no.

Think which team in south FL has won a LOT of games over the years.

 

Billy Livings-Vero Beach 

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Al Morrell, who coached for 25 seasons at Clewiston, is the winningset coach ever in SW FL, and is #15 on the list of all-time wins.  He retired in 2001.  He started his career coaching 5 years at Naples Lely back in the 1970's.   Under Morrell, Clewiston went 232-61-1, including one state co-championship, four state runner-ups, 12 regional final appearances, 17 district titles, and 25 overall playoff wins. He was 261-78-5 overall as a high school football coach in Florida.  He is one of only a handful of coaches in FL hs history to ever win 100 games in a single decade

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