Several coaches with area ties elected to SC Football Coaches HOF

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The South Carolina Football Coaches Association is proud to announce its 2019 Hall of Fame inductees for the sixth Hall of Fame Class. The Banquet to honor these coaches will be on Friday, December 13, 2019 at 7:00 pm at the Crown Reef Resort, 2913 South Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach. Banquet tickets go on sale October 1, 2019 until December 1, 2019. For more information on tickets contact: Mike Ware 1062 Griffin Road Pomaria, SC 29126 Email: mware@scfootballcoaches.com South Carolina Football Coaches Hall of Fame – 2019 Class Dennis Botts – Calhoun Falls and Abbeville: Head Coach for 22 years Record was 189-84 Won Two State Championship in Abbeville – 1991 & 1996 Upper State Champion in 2000 & 2002 Football Field at Abbeville named in his honor Burney Bourne – Cheraw, Socastee, Waccamaw: Head Coach for 31 years Coached at Cheraw for 22 years compiling a record for 179-96 Won Two State Champions at Cheraw – 1979 & 1993 Lower State Champion in 1992 JR Boyd – Lamar, Laurens: Head Coach for 24 years Record was 221 – 88 Won Three State Championships at Lamar Lower State Champions twice Reed Charpia – James Island, Irmo, Newberry College, Midland Valley, Bennettsville, Marlboro County, James Island, Woodland Won 240 games Won a State Championship at James Island State Runner-Up once Played and Coached for John McKissick at Summerville High Bob Hanna – 1978-1993 coached at five schools in N.C. and 1994 – 2013 at Irmo High 36 years as Head Coach, in his 49 years coaching football Record at Irmo 163-93 Upper State Champion in 2002, 2004 & 2006 Chris Miller – Broome, Byrnes, Spartanburg: 1992 – Present 18 years as a head coach Won 170 games Won the State Championship 5 times – 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2014 Team has been nationally ranked eight times Bob Prevatte – Gaffney 1956 – 1969: 14 years as head coach 1960, 1961 Coach of the Year Record 119-29-11 He started the Gaffney Football powerhouse program In 2007 The Bob Prevatte Foundation was started by his former players to help deserving seniors to go to college Allen Sitterle – Spartanburg, Daniel, Lexington Coached in four different states with a record of 334 – 101 Won Six State Championships Coached 25 years in S.C. with a 251 -72 record In S.C. won four State Championships and three State Runner-ups Jame “Nate” Thompson – Choppee, Carvers Bay: Head Coach for 18 years Record 176-79 Won two State Champions at Carvers Bay 2000 & 2006 Lower State Champion – 2001, 2008, 2013

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