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High School Baseball Winningest Coaches
Record Schools Years
William Booth 996-412 Hartselle 1987-2016
William Murrell 700+ wins Athens Bible 1971-2016
Ken Whittle 700+ wins Trinity 1980-2016
Sammy Dunn 621-159 Vestavia Hills 1977-2004
Mike Estes 606-299 Hokes Bluff 1974-2008
Mark Mincher 576-353 Sparkman, Huntsville 1983-2012
Phil English 566-217 Huffman, Hewitt-Trussville 1971-1993
Ron Nelson 513-182 Central Phenix City 1983-2006
Larry Andrews 511-265 Baker 1968-2002
Butch Weaver 500+ wins Butler, Johnson, Madison Academy, Lee Huntsville 1980-2016
Ray Walker 489-285 Grissom 1975-2000
Bubba Lewis 441-176 Holtville, T. R. Miller, Jeff Davis 1968-1990
Ronnie Baynes 419-179 Banks, Selma, Alabama School Deaf, Tallassee, Mountain Brook 1968-1999
Earl Miller 407-133 Houston County, G.W. Long 1978-2005
Bart Young 275-145 Ranburne 1993-2011
Gene Taylor 201-130 Weaver, Lineville, Ohatchee, Cherokee County, Walter Wellborn 1984-2005
Estes Hudson 181-54 Brilliant, Marion County and Perry County 1940-1964
Jerry Weems 139-102 Jacksonville, Cleburne County, Dadeville, Clay County 1971-2012
Nolan Atkins 130-40 Sweet Water, Thomasville, Sumter Academy, Patriciam Academy 1966-1997
Joe Mooty 127-72 Montgomery Academy 1968-1990
Jerry Kelsoe 110-39 Central Florence 1970-1997
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Great Moments in Alabama High School Sports History
The fewest points scored in a tournament game is five by Mortimer Jordan in their 17-5 loss to Goodwater in the first round of 1932.