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Former Permian Coaches

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 (148-16-6)
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
2009-12 GARY GAINES (23-21)
Region Finalists

PERMIAN'S STATE CHAMPION COACHES
Bartosh

Gilbert 'Gil' Bartosh
Bartosh became head coach at Permian in 1971.  He guided the Panthers to a perfect 14-0 season in 1972, winning the Texas 5A state title as well as the mythical high school football national championship. He then left Permian for an assistant job at Texas A&M. In 1974 he took over as head coach of UTEP.  Bartosh was inducted into the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame in 1989.

Gaines

Gary Gaines
Head coach at Permian in 1988 and the 1989 state champion season. Coach Gaines accepted an assistant coaching position at Texas Tech the following year. He returned to the area high school ranks as head coach at Abilene High (1994-96) and San Angelo Central (1996-99). He was head coach at Abilene Christian (2000-04). He served as A.D. for the ECISD until 2007. Gaines returned in 2009 as Mojo's Head Coach.

Hollingshead

Tam Hollingshead
From 1981-83 was an assistant coach at PHS. After two years as a graduate assistant at Texas Tech, Hollingshead returned as defensive coordinator (1986-89) and became head coach (1990-93). He departed PHS in 1994 and spent eight years at Texas A&M. He took over as head coach in Temple, TX in 2003-04 and Rockwall Heath in 2005-08. He's now at SMU as a defensive assistant.

Gene Mayfield

Gene Mayfield
Coach Mayfield is accredited for bringing the 'Mojo' to Permian, winning a state title his first season.  The Panthers claimed the 1965 title by beating San Antonio Lee, 13-6.  He led Permian  to the state finals two more times in his five years, compiling a 62-10-2 record.  Mayfield would depart Permian to take a head coaching position at West Texas State from 1971-76.

Wilkins John Wilkins
Panther mentor from 1973-85, Wilkins mounted a record of 146-16-6 as head coach. Under his leadership, Mojo won two state titles and made four state championship appearances. He then served as Athletic Director for Ector County ISD. He was athletic director and head football coach of the Midland Trinity Chargers, and retired Spring 2002. He was inducted into the THSCA Hall of Honor July 2003.




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Team Dist Sea PF PA
Central 0 - 0 0 - 0 000 000
Mid Lee 0 - 0 0 - 0 000 000
Permian 0 - 0 0 - 0 000 000
Midland 0 - 0 0 - 0 000 000
Odessa 0 - 0 0 - 0 000 000
Abilene 0 - 0 0 - 0 000 000
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