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Only A Few FL HS HC's Can Say This

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1. Bill Castle/Lakeland-45 seasons-7 state titles

2. Verlon Dorminey/Trinity Christian-29 seasons-7 state titles

3. Earl Garcia/Hillsborough-27 seasons-1 state final appearance

4. Marty Lee/First Coast-23 seasons-1 state final appearance

5. Darrell Sutherland/Bartram Trail-20 seasons-1 state title appearance

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4 hours ago, OldSchoolLion said:

Outstanding!

Mike coe about to get 8 at least in 20 years. And hey if they beat bigger schools does playing in 1a matter . Think about it they can play anyone.  Say they beat miami schools.  Is Madison titles irrelevant. Mike coe the goat. 9 titles 

 

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8 minutes ago, Jesse said:

Mike coe about to get 8 at least in 20 years. And hey if they beat bigger schools does playing in 1a matter . Think about it they can play anyone.  Say they beat miami schools.  Is Madison titles irrelevant. Mike coe the goat. 9 titles 

 

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28 minutes ago, Jesse said:

Mike coe about to get 8 at least in 20 years. And hey if they beat bigger schools does playing in 1a matter . Think about it they can play anyone.  Say they beat miami schools.  Is Madison titles irrelevant. Mike coe the goat. 9 titles 

 

It might matter if they consistently beat legit state title contenders in bigger classes.  0-2 against Columbia last 2 years, and one loss was a blowout.   The post was more about tenure than titles, but guess you didn't catch that.  Why don't you make a Madison County post and debate yourself? 

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5 minutes ago, OldSchoolLion said:

I was looking for active coaches, but you are right, Keem, Dan Burke(and Bill Kramer of Naples) are two coaches who recently stepped down who could have made this claim.

Jack Daniels, former coach at Dwyer would also have counted.

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3 hours ago, gatorman-uf said:

Just curious,  but what do you think that the average current tenure at their current school for a coach is? 3 years? 

This data is a couple of years old...representative, at least of south FL

Broward and Palm Beach Counties Data Combined

·       81%(55/68) of all head coaches in Broward and Palm Beach Counties have been at their present school 3 seasons or less.

·       46%(31/68) of all head coaches in Broward and Palm Beach Counties have been at their present school 1 season or less.

·       28%(19/68) of all head coaches in Broward and Palm Beach Counties this season are new.

Broward County

·       84%(31/37) of all head coaches in Broward County have been at their present school 3 seasons or less.

·       41%(15/37) of all head coaches in Broward County have been at their present school 1 season or less.   

·       24% (9/37) of all head coaches in Broward County are new.

Palm Beach County

·       77%(24/31) of all head coaches in Palm Beach County have been at their present school 3 seasons or less.

·       52%(16/31) of all head coaches in Palm Beach County have been their present school 1 season or less.   

·       32%(10/31) of all head coaches in Palm Beach County this season are new.

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4 hours ago, gatorman-uf said:

Just curious,  but what do you think that the average current tenure at their current school for a coach is? 3 years? 

...once again, this data is a couple of years old.

Approximately half of all public school head coaches at teams in Classes 1A-8A can be found in one of the 10 counties below.  Below are the number of new public school coaches this season in each of these counties and the percentage of annual turnover that represents.  

Of 210 head coaching slots at public schools in these 10 counties, 61 are now filled by new coaches.  That represents 29%. One has to wonder if it will become increasingly difficult in the future to find programs with coaches in place more than a few years.  We hear a lot about the "gig economy" in the Corporate world.  Is that the new reality for hs coaching as well?  

Brevard-7 new coaches (14 public schools) 50%

Lee-6 new coaches (15 public schools) 40%

Palm Beach-8 new coaches (22 public schools) 36%

Broward-9 new coaches (29 public schools) 31%

Duval-5 new coaches (16 public schools) 31%

Hillsborough-8 new coaches (27 public schools) 30%

Polk-4 new coaches (15 public schools) 27%

Orange-5 new coaches (20 public schools) 25%

Miami-Dade-7 new coaches (35 public schools) 20%

Pinellas-2 new coaches (17 public schools) 12%

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