Leslie Madison | Magnolia, Texas | Volleyball
Madison, 36, in her 10th year at The Woodlands, led the team to the Texas 5A title with the first perfect season (45--0) in 5A since 1993. (The jayvee and freshman teams also went unbeaten, for a combined 118--0 record.) The Highlanders finished ranked No. 1 nationally by MaxPreps. Madison (née Olson) is SMU's alltime assists leader.
Scot Davis | Bloomington, Minn. | Wrestling
Davis, 62, became the first wrestling coach to reach 1,000 dual-meet victories when Eden Prairie High beat Columbia Heights 58--17 this month. In his 36th year as a high school coach, Davis spent the majority of his career at Owatonna High before taking over the Eagles this season. His record stands at 1,000-163-4 through last Friday.
Robert Talley | Easton, Mass. | Football
Talley, 43, a seventh-year coach at Stonehill College, led the Skyhawks (8--3) to their first winning season since 1996 and a share of the Northeast-10 Conference title. He was named the New England Football Writers' Division II/III coach of the year and is a finalist for D-II coach of the year. Talley also holds Boston University's career tackles record.
Deb LeBel | Raymond, Maine | Soccer
LeBel, 39, a biology teacher at Windham High, left the hospital a day early after giving birth to her second child and went directly to a Western Maine regional match, where she led the Eagles to a 4--3 double-overtime win over Thornton Academy. Three days later Windham won the Class A title 3--0 over Bangor for the program's first championship in 19 years.
Marv Cook | Iowa City | Football
Cook, 47, guided Regina High's team—including his son Drew, a junior quarterback—to a 35--0 win over St. Edmund for a fourth straight state 1A title and a 56th straight victory, breaking the Iowa record and matching the nation's longest active winning streak. A former All-Pro tight end, Cook is 87--5 in his seven years with the Regals.
Michael Hopkins | Louisa, Va. | Sports Turf Management
Hopkins, 52, a turfgrass-science instructor at Louisa County High and the manager of the school's football/soccer field, known as the Jungle, won the Sports Turf Managers Association's soccer field of the year award. He was honored for the best football field in the nation in 2011. Hopkins retired last month after 23 years as the Lions' groundskeeper.
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LON LARSEN (MADISON)
MARY DAVIS (DAVIS)
RICHARD ORR/STONEHILL COLLEGE (TALLEY)
JENNIFER SULLIVAN (LEBEL)
TRACY COOK (COOK)
SPORTS TURF MANAGERS ASSOCIATION (HOPKINS)