Good Counsel’s Bob Milloy retires a Maryland’s all-time winningest football coach

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After 47 years, Good Counsel’s Bob Milloy is leaving the sidelines.  Milloy, who is Maryland’s all-time winningest head football coach, says 2016 was his final season.

Milloy retires with 405 wins that place his No. 16 on America’s all-time wins list.  His lifetime record at Whitman, Springbrook and Sherwood was 405-124-1 with eight state championships and four consecutive Washington Catholic Athletic Conference titles with Good Counsel between 2009 and 2012.

The 73-year old Milloy won his 400th game last year. Before the 2016 season, Milloy was a guest on the High School Football America Radio Show.

Listen to Bob Milloy on High School Football America Radio Show from July 28, 2016

Milloy spent 16 years as the head coach at Good Counsel.

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