That’s tops all time in Gwinnett County as just 11 coaches have managed to register at least 100 coaching wins in the county. Flowe won’t be the first to reach the 200-win club as following Friday’s win, he announced that he is stepping down at season’s end.
The Panthers, 2-6, play at Berkmar Friday before concluding the regular season versus South Gwinnett on Nov. 8.
Flowe has been Parkview’s head coach for 21 seasons and his 36-year coaching career dates back to 1978 when he was an assistant at Redan High School. He is leaving quite a legacy at Parkview including four state championships, a 46-game winning streak, three consecutive 15-0 seasons (2000-02) and a 12-year stretch of reaching at least the state quarterfinal.
Courtesy of Georgia High School Football Daily, here’s a list of the 10 other coaches who have won at least 100 games in Gwinnett:
Tally Johnson, Central Gwinnett - 185 wins
Kevin Maloof, Dacula/Meadowcreek - 172
Cecil Morris, Duluth -150
Dave Hunter, Brookwood - 149
Ed Cochran, Buford - 129
Dexter Wood, Buford - 118
Jess Simpson, Buford - 116
Keith Maloof, Norcross – 115
Mickey Conn, Grayson -114
Mark Crews, Brookwood - 108