Share “Summerville's McKissick in SCFCA Hall of Fame”

Summerville's McKissick in SCFCA Hall of Fame

Published on NewsOK Modified: August 20, 2014 at 4:45 am •  Published: August 20, 2014
Advertisement

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Summerville coach John McKissick heads the group of nine standout high school coaches named to the South Carolina Football Coaches Association's first Hall of Fame class.

The group will be enshrined at a banquet in Myrtle Beach on Dec. 12th.

McKissick is the country's winningest high school coach with career mark of 613-151-11, all at Summerville. The 87-year-old coach starts his 63rd season with the Green Wave this month, seeking his 11th state championship.

Others named to the hall were Pinky Babb, Paul Chapman, Bob Rankin, Keith Richardson, Doug Shaw, Thomas L. Smith, Joe Turbeville and Willie Varner.

Varner coached 42 years at Woodruff, where he won 10 state championships and 383 games.

Babb coached 38 years at Greenwood, winning 346 games and eight state titles.


AROUND THE WEB

  1. 1
    Watch Oklahoma's top mental health officer dress, dance as Michael Jackson
  2. 2
    Tahlequah police tighten patrols in response to high-profile cases of violence toward officers
  3. 3
    I-40 westbound closed in east OKC due to trailer fire
  4. 4
    Hearing for indicted Rogers County commissioner moved to next week
  5. 5
    Oregon judge refuses to perform same-sex marriages, cites First Amendment right to religious freedom
+ show more

FEATURED JOBS



× Trending sports Article