National High School Coaches Association



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Lewie Benitz
Lincoln High School
Wisconsin Rapid, Wisconsin

Benitz led Lincoln High to its fifth consecutive Division I dual title, only the second team in Wisconsin to ever accomplish that feat and the first since 1954. Since he became head coach in 1965, Benitz has coached Winsincon Rapids to 10 state team titles, more than any other school, and his 464-77-2 record makes him the state's all-time winningest coach. He also coached his 20th individual state champion this season.


Keith Healy
Providence Catholic High School
New Lennox, Illinois

Healy led Providence to its third consecutive AA dual title, only the third team in Illinois history ever to accomplish that feat. A two-time NCAA qualifier at the University of Illinois, Healy has a 168-29-1 dual meet record and has led Providence to top three state finishes in six of his last seven seasons as head coach. He also has coached 17 individual state place winners and 4 champions.

Tim Marzuola
Highlands Park High School
Dallas, Texas 

Marzuola's Highland Park team set high standards in wrestling's first year as a state association-sanctioned sport in Texas, winning the state dual and individual championships. His teams have gone 64-0 over the past two seasons in winning back to back dual titles, including 33-0 this season by an average winning margin of 66 points, a national record.


Dick Rhoades
Bald Eagle Area High School
Wingate, Pennsylvania

Rhoades capped a storybook season by leading Bald Eagle area to the state's first AAA Dual State Title - winning 53-0 in the final, and their first ever individual state title over six other nationally ranked teams. Rhoades also was voted Class AAA Coach of the Year in Pennsylvania this season and is a 6 time District 6 Coach of the Year.