Notable football coaches in LI high school history

Rich Reichert, St. Anthony's, 23 years 1987-present, 190-48-3,

Rich Reichert, St. Anthony's, 23 years
1987-present, 190-48-3, .795
He has made the Friars the envy of the CHSFL. The Friars have been to the CHSFL title game 17 of his 23 years. They have won 11 of those title games, including seven in a row from 2001-2007. St. Anthony's had a 64-game CHSFL regular season winning streak from 1998-2007. The Friars also had overall winning streaks of 18 and 21 games.
(Credit: Photo by Kathy Kmonicek (2009))

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