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 Ed Boggs 

Ed Boggs was a standout on the football field at Orrville High School and Livingston University where he was a letterman in 1951.

Boggs landed his first head coaching assignment in 1953 with Choctaw County High School where his only team finished with a 6-3 record.

Boggs would do what every coach dreads in 1955 when he followed a legend at Pine Hill High School. Coach Glenn Daniel had been extremely successful at Pine Hill and had moved on to Luverne the previous season.

Coach Boggs lived up to the task over the next seven seasons. His teams finished a combined 40-32-2 and the 1956 team finished the year with a 9-0-1 record.

His next stop came at Washington County High School, in Chatom, from 1963-1980. Boggs 1964 team went 8-0 and the 1968 squad finished the season with a 9-0 mark. He followed that up with another 9-0 season in 1969. Coach Boggs retired from the public school system following the 1980 season.

Boggs accepted the head coaching job at Stokes Academy in 1983 where he remained for the next seven seasons until he retired as a head football coach after the 1989 season.

His overall record is 180-129-5 during his tenure as a head football coach in Alabama. Coach Ed Boggs died at the age of 78, in Pine Hill, on June 27, 2005.

Known Record:  181-129-5   58.4%
 Season Total   Playoffs   Region Record 
 Team   Season  Class   W/L/T   PF  PA   W/L/T  PF  PA   Region  Title  W/L/T   PF  PA 
Stokes Academy
Stokes Academy1989 AISA-A3-7117304West1-540195
Stokes Academy1988 AISA-A3-7108296West2-463183
Stokes Academy1987 AISA-A3-7701220-1015
Stokes Academy1986 AISA-A10-3369962-16129
Stokes Academy1985 AISA-A6-4278112West
Stokes Academy1984 AISA-A3-7205281West
Stokes Academy1983 AISA-A1-9135264
 7 Years29-44128214752-261443-9103378
Washington County
Washington County1980 2A8-2292173R14-115575
Washington County1979 2A1-982247R11-450127
Washington County1978 2A2-7-180208R12-348101
Washington County1977 3A5-4-1198167R13-4152155
Washington County1976 3A2-876199R11-656152
Washington County1975 2A7-315763R14-17832
Washington County1974 2A9-22571141-16752R1#0-11314
Washington County1973 2A9-12001090-1035
Washington County1971 2A10-24531111-14550
Washington County1970 2A6-4295142
Washington County1969 2A9-032666
Washington County1968 2A9-025459
Washington County1967 2A8-2280144
Washington County1966 2A6-4301141
Washington County1965 2A3-4-1106128
Washington County1964 2A8-020412
Washington County1963 2A3-7112129
 17 Years105-59-3367322122-311213715-20552656
Pine Hill
Pine Hill1961 6-217935
Pine Hill1960 1-855141
Pine Hill1959 5-412495
Pine Hill1958 9-122932
Pine Hill1957 6-2-117840
Pine Hill1956 9-0-142672
Pine Hill1955 4-6149106
 7 Years40-23-213405210-0000-000
Choctaw County
Choctaw County1953 7-318272
 1 Year7-3182720-0000-000
 32 Years181-129-5647742804-517318118-296551034

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