Haywood Sets All-Time Victory Mark
October 24, 2011Kentucky High School Athletic Association
HAYWOOD SETS ALL-TIME VICTORY MARK
Belfry head football coach Philip Haywood broke the all-time coaching victories record thanks to the Pirates’ 52-20 win at Pike County Central. Haywood’s 346 wins broke the record of 345 shared by retired coaches Bob Schneider of Newport Central Catholic and Dudley Hilton of Bell County.
Belfry is one of 17 remaining undefeated teams in the state, including one of three in Class 3A this season at 9-0. Haywood has compiled a 346-119 record in 37 seasons as a head coach, including the last 28 years at Belfry.
Included are Class 2A state championships in 2003 and 2004. The Pirates were state runner-up in Class 2A in 1985 and 1986 and Class 3A in 2007 and 2010. Haywood has compiled a 272-88 mark as leader of the Pirates’ program.
Haywood also served as head coach at Prestonsburg for nine years, from 1975 to 1983, where he led the Blackcats to a 74-32 record.
A listing of Kentucky’s all-time coaching victories leaders:
346* Philip Haywood, Belfry (37) 346-120
345 Bob Schneider, Newport Central Catholic (44) 345-183-2
345 Dudley Hilton, Bell Co. (35) 345-101
325* Mike Glaser, St. Xavier (30) 325-72
317 Bob Redman, Male (35) 317-115
315* Sam Harp, Danville (31) 315-101
302* Ivan McGlone, Russell (36) 302-139
(Does not include 28-20-3 record in four seasons at Huntington Vinson, WV)
292 Joe Jaggers, North Hardin (33) 292-105-3
285 Mojo Hollowell, Owensboro Catholic (38 in KY) 285-158-6
(Does not include 20-29-1 record in five seasons at John Marshall, IN); 3-8
280 Walter Brugh, Paintsville (39) 280-136-5
STATE VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT THIS WEEK AT BELLARMINE UNIVERSITY
The 2011 KHSAA State Volleyball Tournament is slated for this Friday and Saturday, Oct. 28-29 at Bellarmine University’s Knights Hall in Louisville.
Gates open at 9:30 a.m. on Friday with tournament play beginning at 10:30 and continuing through 7:15 p.m.
Quarterfinal play begins on Saturday at 9 a.m., followed by the semifinals at 2 and 3:15 p.m. and the state championship match at 7:30 p.m.
General admission tickets will be available at the door and priced at $10 each per session. Sessions are as follows: Session 1 – All Friday Play; Session 2 – Saturday’s quarterfinals and semifinals; Session 3 – state championship match. An all-session general admission ticket will also be on sale for $25. Children 10 and under are admitted free of charge.
Fans and media may follow every play through live scoring of each match (www.khsaa.org/volleyball/2011). Both semifinal matches and the championship will be broadcast live on www.khsaa.tv, while live tournament updates will be distributed through Twitter at @khsaaevents.
A complete State Volleyball Bracket is available at www.khsaa.org/volleyball/2011/statebracket2011.pdf.
STATE SOCCER BERTHS DETERMINED THIS WEEK
Sixteen boys’ and 16 girls’ soccer regional champions will battle for a spot in the state final four this week as subsectional and sectional play begins tonight with eight boys’ sub-sectional contests. Eight girls’ sub-sectional games will take place on Tuesday night, followed by four boys’ sectional contests on Wednesday. The girls’ final four will be determined in sectional play on Thursday night.
The remaining four teams for both boys’ and four girls’ will converge on Paul Laurence Dunbar in Lexington next week for the KHSAA State Soccer championships.
Oct. 28-29 KHSAA State Volleyball Tournament, Bellarmine University, Louisville
Nov. 2-3, 5 KHSAA State Soccer Championships, Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, Lexington
Nov. 12 KHSAA State Cross Country Championships, Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington
For any questions or further information about this or any KHSAA release please contact Elden May, Sports Information Director at 859-299-5472 or email@example.com.
About the Kentucky High School Athletic Association
The Kentucky High School Athletic Association was organized in 1917 and is the agency designated by the Kentucky Department of Education to manage high school athletics in the Commonwealth. The Association is a voluntary nonprofit 501 3(c) organization made up of 278 member schools both public and private. The KHSAA sanctions state championships in 21 sports for more than 60,000 student-athletes, licenses and trains over 4,100 officials, provides catastrophic insurance for its member school student athletes as well as overseeing coaching education and medical symposium programs.