Veteran football coach Bob Milloy has announced his retirement after a 47-year career with 405 wins, the most of any coach in the history of high school football in the state of Maryland. He completes his career ranked number sixteen nationwide on the all-time win list.
Milloy began as a junior varsity football coach at DeMatha High School in 1967. His first job in Montgomery County was at Walt Whitman High School, followed by successful stints at Springbrook High School and Sherwood High School.
Milloy's teams have won a record eight Maryland State Championships, and four of his county teams finished their season ranked number one by the Washington Post.
For the last 16 years, Milloy has led the football program at Good Counsel High School in Olney, leading them to four consecutive WCAC Championships from 2009 to 2012.
Milloy has received many honors over the years. He was named "Coach of the Year" by The Pigskin Club of Washington, DC in 1981, 1990, 1996 and 2007. Milloy was also named "Coach of the Year" by the Touchdown Club of Washington, DC in 1980, 1986, 1995, and 2012, as well as "Coach of the Decade 1990." He is a member of the DC Sports Hall of Fame, Maryland High School Football Coaches Hall of Fame, National High School Football Coaches Hall of Fame and the Springbrook High School Hall of Fame.
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