Shrine Bowl Combine Information

Coaches please use the following link for information for the Shrine Bowl Combines

Shrine Bowl Combine

SOUTH CAROLINA

March 21     Spartanburg HS, Spartanburg, SC

April 18         West Florence HS, Florence, SC

May 16        Summerville HS, Summerville, SC

June 6          Irmo HS, Columbia, SC

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Shrine Bowl Coaches – 2015

Wayne Green – Berea – Head Coach
Louie Alexander – Mid Carolina
Will Young – Greer
Kevin Crosby – Bamberg-Ehrhardt
Jimmy Noonan – Wando
Don Poole – Lamar – Assistant Coach
Bill Boroff – Timberland – Assistant Coach

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North/South Football Coaches 2015

North:
Ken Schofield – Great Falls – A – Head Coach
Lee Taylor – Mauldin – AAAA
Doug Shaw, Jr. – Palmetto – AAA
Jeff Murdock – Cresent – AA
Rick Brown – Lancaster – Assistant Coach
Barry Fogle – Pelion – Assistant Coach

South:
Dean Boyd – Marlboro County – AAA – Head Coach
Bobby Marion – West Ashley – AAAA
Tyronne Davis – Waccamaw – AA
Eddie Ford – Allendale-Fairfax – A
Jimmy Woods – Cross – Assistant Coach
Marty McIntyre – Dillon – Assistant Coach

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South Carolina Football Coaches Hall of Fame

The South Carolina Football Coaches Association is proud to announce its first Hall of Fame Inductees. Combined, these nine coaches have 311 Years as a head football  coach, they have won 2,733 football games and 46 State Football Championships.

The Banquet to honor these coaches will be on December 12, 2014 at the Landmark Resort at 1501 South Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach. Tickets are $40.00 each or $300.00 for a table of eight (8).  Rooms rate are $49.00 plus taxes. Reservations number is 843-448-9441  Group Code 266  Reference Number 3218734. Tickets sells will begin October 1, 2014. December 1, 2014 is the last day to buy a ticket.  For more information or tickets contact:

Mike Ware
1062 Griffin Road
Pomaria SC  29126
phone: 803-276-6360

email: mware@scfootballcoaches.com

 

South Carolina Football Coaches Hall of Fame – 2014 Class

Julius Wistar “Pinky” Babb – Greenwood 1943 – 1981 (38 Years)

Won 346 Games

Won eight State Championships

1964 National Coach of the Year

1976 First high school coach inducted into the Helms Foundation Hall of Fame

1984 National High School Sports Hall of Fame

Paul Alexander Chapman – Chesterfield and Dillon 1968- 1989 (22 Years)

Won 179 games

In 21 Years at Dillon – Seven region titles and made the playoffs 13 times

Shrine Bowl Coach 1977

John McKissick – Summerville – 1952 – present (62 Years)

Won 613 games – more win than any other coach

Won ten State Championships

National Coach of the Year 1980

1990 National High School Sports Hall of Fame

Bob Rankin – Dillon, Berkeley, Johnsonville, Marion 1962 – 2002 (41 Years)

Won 313 games

Fourth all time wins in S.C.

In four other Hall of Fames

William Keith Richardson – Clinton 1969 – 1992 (24 Years)

Won 241 games

87.5% winning record for playoff games  – 82% regular season

Won six State Championships and nine upper state championships

Doug Shaw – Myrtle Beach 1970 – 1994 (25 years)

Won 223 games

Playoff appearances in 23 of the 25 years

Won four State Championships and six lower state championships

Thomas L. Smith, Sr. – Howard (Georgetown) 1958 – 1984 (26 years)

Coached 4 players who played professionally – 3 NFL, 1 NBA

Won 250 games

Won three State Championships

Joseph Peter Turbeville – Winnsboro, Spring Valley, Irmo 1965 – 1994 (28 Years)

In four other Hall of Fames

Won 239 games

Won five State Championships – Winnsboro (1), Spring Valley (3), Irmo (1)

Willie Leo Varner – Woodruff 1954 – 1996  (42 Years)

Won 383 games

Won ten State Championships

National Football Coach of the Year 1983

            1994 National High School Sports Hall of Fame

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South Carolina High School Football Pre-Season Practice Plan

Long Day / Short Day
South Carolina High School Football Pre-Season Practice Plan
(Endorsed by SCATA, Ad Hoc SCHSL Preseason Acclimatization Committee)

BACKGROUND: In the summer of 2009 the Inter-association Task Force for Preseason Secondary School Athletics* recommended preseason heat-acclimatization guidelines for secondary school athletic programs to minimize the risk of heat illness during preseason football practice.

PURPOSE: The intent of the following “exposure-based proposal” is to promote an acclimatization and recovery model for SCHSL football consistent with the Inter-association Task Force guidelines that also allows coaches to appropriately prepare their teams and fits into the current SCHSL’s preseason football schedule.

PRACTICE TIMELINE:

Days 1-2: 3 hours of Practice in Helmet and Shorts
Divide the time to best benefit your program

Days 3-4: 3 hours of Practice in Helmet and Shoulder pads permitted
Contact with shields, dummies, and sleds permitted
Divide the time to best benefit your program

Day 5: 3 hours of Full Contact Practice in Full Gear permitted
Divide the time to best benefit your program

Days 6-14: Full Contact Practice in Full Gear permitted
Must alternate days Long Practice Day and Short Practice Day

Long Day: 5 hours of practice permitted
Divide the time to best benefit your program

Practices must be separated by 2-hours of continuous rest
Long Day can follow a Rest Day (even if the day before the Rest Day was Long Day)
Short Day: 3 hours of practice permitted
Divide the time to best benefit your program

Days 15+: Full Contact Practice in Full Gear permitted
No restrictions on practice

NOTES:
Practice is defined as a period of time a participant engages in a coach-supervised, school approved, sport or conditioning related physical activity.

First practice permitted: Friday, August 1, 2014.

Current rule limiting teams to 29 practices eliminated.

Practice times (including warm-up, stretching, cool-down time, conditioning) shall not exceed 3 hours.

All practices occurring Days 1-14 must be documented to show compliance.

All athletes must complete Days 1-4 of the practice timelines before participation in full pads.

Weight room activities do not count as practice time, but must be separated from practice by at least 2 hours of continuous rest to allow for recovery.
Exception: No continuous rest period is required if weight room activities are counted
as a part of the day’s allotted practice time. (i.e. lift for 1 hour then practice for
2 hours; or practice for 2 hours and then lift for 1 hour)
A Walk-through is allowed and does not count against practice time. Walk-through is defined as a teaching opportunity with athletes:
not wearing protective equipment
not using sports-related equipment
participating in an indoor, climate-controlled environment.

Must have a Rest Day after 6 consecutive practice days.

Scrimmages permitted on either a Long Day or Short Day. A scrimmage will count as 3 hours.

All athletes must have a pre-participation physical exam before athletic participation.

If weather/lightning postpones practice in progress, the practice may resume after a warm-up (20 minute maximum) and the remainder of allotted practice time may be completed.

 

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2014 Shrine Bowl Coaches

2014 Shrine Bowl Coaches

2014 Shrine Bowl Coaches

South Carolina Coaching Staff

Ben Freeman – Pelion High School – Head Coach

Justin Gentry – Chapin High School- DL

Paul Southerland – Pendleton High School – WR

Jeff Calabrese – Hartsville High School – DC/LB

Trey Woodberry – West Florence High School – Offensive Backs

Robert Williams – Christ Church Episcopal – OL

Steve Williams – Belton-Honea Path

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2013-2014 North South Football Coaches 2014

 

North:
Darryl Page – Lower Richland – AAA – Head Coach
Bobby Carroll – York – AAAA
David Moore – Andrew Jackson – AA
Kenneth Tucker – Wagener Salley – A
Doug Eargle – Newberry – Assistant Coach
Ken Wilson – Chapin – Assistant Coach

South:
Jackie Hayes – Dillon – AA – Head Coach
Steve LaPrad – Fort Dorchester– AAAA
Charlie Patterson – Hanahan – AAA
Shawn Wright – Cross – A
Bill Boroff – Timberland – Assistant Coach
James McLendon – Wando – Assistant Coach

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Updating SCFCA website

We are currently updating the website to better serve our members

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