Nemer Hassey has twice reached the state finals and has never had a losing season.
Recap of the Star's countdown of Tucson's top 25 high school football coaches of all time that concludes on Sunday, Aug. 3.
John Mallamo helped return Tucson High to the top after a downfall.
Coach leaves Bobcats after two years for college ranks as an assistant.
Todd Mayfield led Palo Verde to the 4A-II state title in 2005.
Matt Johnson helped turn Ironwood Ridge into one of the state’s premier programs.
Sabino’s Jay Campos is the youngest coach to reach 100 wins in Southern Arizona history.
Jason “Red” Greer led Tucson High to 19 straight wins and two state titles.
Bob Smith led Canyon del Oro to consecutive state titles.
Ed Doherty finished off an illustrious coaching career by setting the groundwork at Salpointe Catholic.
He led Canyon del Oro to its first state championship game in 30 years.
Lou Farber won the city’s first Class AA state title game with Pueblo.
Salpointe Catholic football coach Dennis Bene wants to focus on fundamentals, safety.
Don Hawkins led Marana to back-to-back state titles in 1967 and 1968.
Welchert helped Salpointe reach the state finals in 1991.
Pre-Friedli, Panthers won it all in 1975.
Ed Brown started Cholla's program from scratch and led the Chargers to their first postseason victory.
Today begins the countdown to the high school football season.
Gary Minor quickly turned Ironwood Ridge's football team into a heavyweight contender.
Luis Gamez hopes to be an inspiration to Tucson baseball players.
Abe Grijalva, a longtime teacher and coach at Douglas, was recently named Flowing Wells' softball coach.
Cole Plouck always dreamt of playing professionally and now it's coming true.
Badgers standout Demetrius Flannigan commits for the 2015 season.
Longtime assistant Lucius Miller eager to turn around Rincon/University football program.
Alex Robles didn’t start his college baseball career on the best note.