Looking at what Coach Allen Brown did as the Thomasville Bulldogs Football Coach:331 Career-Wins says quite a bit, the man was a hit, in “The Chair City”!!!!!

Posted by Andy Durham on September 25, 2020 at 10:51 am under High School | Comments are off for this article

+++++Info credit to Mike Duprez, with the Lexington Dispatch+++++

Allen Brown, Thomasville High School —Brown won 331 games at Thomasville, which is the No. 6 all-time in North Carolina. Brown’s win total in the Chair City is also the second-most in North Carolina by a coach at one school.

Brown had a hand in all seven of Thomasville’s state championships — four as head coach and three as defensive coordinator for his son, Benjie Brown.

Thomasville team — The Bulldogs won 48 consecutive games in a streak that started in 2004 and lasted into the 2007 state playoffs. That’s fourth all-time in North Carolina. It’s right behind Albemarle’s streak of 50 games, which the Bulldogs ended in the fourth round of the 2004 1-AA state playoffs.

**********Numbers and details coming in from Mike Duprez, with the Lexington Dispatch**********


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