Long-time Jenks football coach Allen Trimble to retire

Ponca City Now - June 6, 2016 11:11 am

TULSA, Okla. (AP) – One of the most successful high school football coaches in Oklahoma history is retiring.

Jenks High School coach Allan Trimble plans to step down this summer.

Jenks athletic director Tony Dillingham told reporters that Trimble told him Saturday morning that he will retire.

Trimble has coached 13 state championship teams – including the last four in a row – in Oklahoma’s largest classification during 20 years at Jenks. He has an overall record of 224-35, which includes nine forfeits in 2008 when Jenks was found guilty of multiple rules infractions and Trimble was suspended from coaching for eight months.

 

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