PAST PHS COACHES

 
 

YEARS

HEAD COACH

RECORD / ACHIEVEMENT

1959-61
 
 

TED DAWSON
 
 
 21-10-0
 Bi-District Finalist
 
1962-64
 
 
JIM CASHION
 
 
 15-15-0
 No Playoffs
 
1965-70 GENE MAYFIELD  62-10-2
 State Champions
 State Finalist 2x
 
1971-72
 
 
GIL BARTOSH
 
 
 23-1-0
 State Champions
 National Champions
 
1973-85 JOHN WILKINS  148-16-7
 State Champions 2x
 State Finalist 4x
 
1986-89 GARY GAINES  47-6-1
 State Champions
 National Champions
 
1990-93
 
 
TAM HOLLINGSHEAD
 
 
 43-4-2
 State Champions
 
1994-99
 
 
RANDY MAYES
 
 
 45-25-1
 State Finalist
 
2000-02
 
 
T.J. MILLS
 
 
 15-15
 No Playoffs
 
2003-04
 
 
SCOTT SMITH
 
 
 10-10
 No Playoffs
 
2005-08
 
 
DARREN ALLMAN
 
 
 38-11
 Region Finalists 3x
 
2009-xx
 
 
GARY GAINES
 
 
 0-0
 To Be Written
 
  
PREMIUM COACHING    


Gene Mayfield left Permian in 1971 and was head coach at West Texas State from 1971-76.
 
Gil Bartosh
left Permian after the '72 state title season to Texas A&M.  After which, he was head coach at Texas-El Paso for three seasons.  Bartosh served as Lee Rebel coach in 1979-81.
 
John Wilkins left the coach's office in 1985 and moved downtown as the school district's athletic director.  Wilkins took the athletic director job at Midland Trinity in 1998, and found himself back on the sideline as head coach until Spring 2002.  He reassumed the Athletic Director position with ECISD temporarily in early 2005.
 
After winning a state title, Gary Gaines moved to Texas Tech where he served as linebacker coach from 1990-93.  Gaines took over at Abilene High from 1994-96, and San Angelo Central from 1996-99.  After head coaching at Abilene Christian University, he returned to ECISD as Athletic Director.
 
Tam Hollingshead left Permian and headed to AggieLand in 1994.  Hollingshead celebrated nine seasons as tight end coach at Texas A&M, before taking the head coaching position with the Temple Wildcats.  He head coached at Rockwall Heath from 2006-08.
 
Randy Mayes
left Permian in 1999 and coached at Flower Mound Marcus through 2006.

T.J. Mills coached the Panthers to a 15-15 record in his three season tenure.  He returned to the Texas coast as LaPorte's head coach.  He is currently not coaching.

Scott Smith spent two seasons as Permian's head coach.  In Smith's first season, the Panthers went 6-4.  In his second year went 4-6.  He is now head coach at Rockwall.

Darren Allman made his return to Permian as the 11th head coach in the school's history.  Allman would take the Panthers to the 3rd Round of the playoffs three times before taking a job at Austin Westlake.
 

 
 




 


 

 

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