Former Redskin Coaches
Below are the Men who for the last 80 years have coached Our Redskins
All Time Overall Records
Vince Suriano 147-61
Jeff Giesting 59-43
Joe Miller 57-46
Charles Brown 36-10-4
Carl Seymour 19-29-2
Evan Dreyer 17-6
John Stowe 16-53-1
Coach Keplinger 6-19-2
Coach Simcox 5-9-3
Bill Harris 3-6-1
Jim Burns 2-7
Charles Brown was credited with starting the Athletic Department at Anderson. The Anderson Football stadium is named in his honor.
Brown was the first coach of "11 Man Football"in 1947. He led the Redskins to an undefeated season in 1948.
He compiled a 26-8-3 record for 11 man football, with an overall record of 36-10-4 (includes 8-man)
Coach Simcox took over for the legendary Coach Brown and went 5-9-3 in Two Years at Anderson, Coach Simcox coached from 1951-1952
Coach Eskey only coached one season for the Redskins compiling a 5-5 record. Coach Eskey only season was 1953
Coach Keplinger was 6-19-2 in his Three seasons as coach, coaching from 1955-1957.
Coach Miller compiled a 57-46 record from 1958-1968, including the 1961 Hamilton County League Champs.
Coach Harris only coached the Redskins for one season going 3-6-1
Carl Seymour coached the Redskins from 1970-1974 going 19-29-2. Coach Seymour lead the Redskins to the 1973 league chmapionship.
Coach Burns had a tough task as midway through the 1974 season he took over for Coach Seymour who had a heart attack. Coach Burns finished the rest of that season and the 1975 season. Coach Burns finished with a 2-7 record in his only season as "Head Coach"
Coach Goodridge coached Redskins from 1976-1978 going 2-28.
Coach Stowe coached the Redskins from 1979-1986, compiling a 16-53-1 record. (unofficial, missing one year)
Coach Suriano is the winningest coach in school history with a 147-61 record. He lead his teams to three undefeated seasons and also was conference champions in 12 of his twenty seasons as Redskins coach. His teams went to the state playoffs seven times, maintained a "top ten" standing in the city fifteen times in twenty seasons. Conference Coach of the year eight times