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The Most Successful High School Football Coaches in North Texas Since 1995

We start with former Celina head coach, G.A. Moore. He had a couple stops at Celina, but became a living legend during his time from 1988-2001. The bobcats won 5 state titles during that time frame including four in a row from 1998-2001, a state record shared with Sealy high school. He finished with 163 wins during that 14 year stretch and ended his coaching career with 423 victories.

Randy Allen took over highland park in 1999 and has promptly led the scots to four state titles during his tenure. Despite a brief three week retirement in the spring of 2018, Allen is still on the sidelines looking to win his fourth straight state title this year. He has the fourth most wins in Texas high school history and should hit number 400 this season.

The late eddy peach took over Arlington Lamar in the teams first season and coached them until he retired 39 years later. He won 16 district titles during his time at Lamar and finished with 310 career victories. Todd dodge may not have been at Southlake Carroll as long as peach was at Lamar, but he sure made an impact. He had four other north Texas stops before reaching Carroll, but once he became the dragons head coach from 2000-2006, he won 4 state titles while mastering the spread offense. Finally, Tim Buchanon arrived at Aledo in 1993 and built the small school into a power. Buchanon-coached teams won 5 state titles and 227 games until he moved to an athletic director position in 2014. He returned to the sidelines this year in hopes of leading the bearcats to what would be a state record 9th state championship.