Girls BB: Coaching Record List Part 2

Since we published a girls basketball state coaching record list last weekend, we were contacted by several people about adding more coaches who’d previously been unreported. All inquiries were checked out and confirmed so there are eight more now on the list above 400.

Here is the revised list:

(Records as of February 7, 2014)
(Varsity wins only; California wins only)

761 – Joe Vaughan, Ventura Buena, 1976-2007 (761-112)
675 – Doug Johnson, Petaluma, 1978-2014 (current) (675-336)
665 – Eleanor Dykstra, Cerritos Valley Christian, 1971-1987, 1989-2007) (665-177)
662 – Pam Wimberly, Atherton Menlo-Atherton, 1976-2012 (662-340)
653 – Brian Harrigan, San Francisco St. Rose 1982-1990, San Francisco Sacred Heart Cathedral 1991-2009 & Mountain View St. Francis 2011-2014 (current) (653-199)
636 – Kevin Kiernan, Westminster La Quinta 1985-1990, Fullerton Troy 1997-2007, Santa Ana Mater Dei 2008-2014 (current) (636-70)
609 – Wade Vickery, Santee Santana, 1979-1997, 1999-2006 (609-119)
602 – Bill Baxter, Sacramento El Camino, 1988-2011
583 – Mel Sims, Santa Ana Santa Ana Valley, 1983-1984, Alta Loma 1984-1986, Monrovia 1986-1988, Pasadena Muir 1988-1990, Pomona Ganesha 1990-1993, & Chino Hills Ayala (1993-2010) (583-164)
579 – JoAnne Reck, Santa Ynez, 1982-2007 (579-177)
572 – Jay Trousdale, Poway, 1988-2014 (current) (572-201)
563 – Gene Nakamura, Berkeley, 1984-2007
559 – Joe Murrillo, Chino 1978-2007 (559-230)
553 – Sue Phillips, San Jose Archbishop Mitty, 1993-2000, 2002-2014 (current) (553-99)
533 – Nori Parvin, Newbury Park, 1975-2010
524 – Ken Kline, King City, 1979-2008 (524-221)
518 – Peggy Brose, San Diego Mt. Carmel & San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 1977-2006 (518-239)
520 – Margaret Gartner, Concord Carondelet, 1992-2014 (current) (520-122)
520 – Richard Wiard, La Puente Bishop Amat, 1996-2007, 2009-2014 (current)
500 – Mary (Crapo) Mulligan, San Clemente, 1986-2011 (500-212)
500 – Marvin Williams, Perris, 1991-2014 (current) (500-193)
495 – Jeff Sink, Brea Brea-Olinda, 1994-2011, 2013-2014 (current) (495-79)*
495 – Doc Scheppler, Los Altos Hills Pinewood, 1996-2014 (current) (495-109)
489 – Dwayne Ganske, Lake of the Pines Bear River & Grass Valley Nevada Union, 1988-2007 (489-184)
488 – Ellis Barfield, Lynwood 1992-2014 (current) (488-98)
487 – Tom Pryor, Cerritos Garr, 1973-1999 (487-139)
456 – Cary Nerelli, Morro Bay, 1988-2013 (456-219)
454 – Lorene Morgan, Long Beach Millikan, 1990-2014 (current)
444 – Rick Thompson, Norco, 1995-2014 (current) (444-140)
443 – Karen Wood, Lemoore, Caruthers & Fresno San Joaquin Memorial, 1977-2006 (443-157)
442 – Wendell Yoshida, Palos Verdes Estates Palos Verdes 1978-1991 & Rolling Hills Estates Peninsula 1992-2002 (442-183)
436 – David Murphy, Simi Valley 1981-2006, Moorpark 2007-2008 (436-249)
420 – Craig Strohm, Grass Valley Nevada Union, 1985-2004 (420-156)
407 – Scott Brown, Walnut Creek Del Valle 1979 & Moraga Campolindo 1985-1999, 1991-1999 (407-59)
403 – Virgil Pate, Cupertino Monta Vista, 1977-1997 (403-133)

Note: Long Beach Poly’s Carl Buggs was reported as of Feb. 7, 2014 at 393-50. His first season at Long Beach Poly was in 1999.

*Jeff Sink’s total doesn’t include a 238-72 record in 13 seasons at Fairbanks Lathrop (Alaska) where Sink won two state championships. Sink also coached boys for two years at Brea-Olinda (2011-2013) where he compiled a 38-29 record.


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2 Comments

  1. Clutch22
    Posted March 4, 2014 at 2:45 am | Permalink

    Where do coaches Rick DeMartini (Marin Catholic) & Mike Fulton (Terra Linda, Branson, San Domenico) stand?

    • Mark Tennis
      Posted March 6, 2014 at 10:09 am | Permalink

      Neither one has more than 400 wins. Harold looked into both because he’s right there in Marin/Petaluma.

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