Bob Gregg Obituary – Centerville Football Coaching Legend

Bob Gregg Obituary – Weave Gregg, who won 23 association titles in an aggregate of 40 seasons instructing football at Jefferson High School and Centerville High School, died on Sunday at 88.

One of his previous Centerville players, school football investigator, and previous Ohio State quarterback Kirk Herbstreit, honored Gregg on Twitter.

Gregg, a 1951 Centerville graduate who played school football at Wilmington, started his instructing profession at Jefferson High School, where he had a record of 82-27-5 out of 12 seasons and won seven straight association titles. He likewise instructed track for 14 seasons.

Gregg won his last 29 games as lead trainer at Jefferson before continuing to Centerville in 1973. His initial two groups won an aggregate of seven games, however, his next 12 groups won Western Ohio League titles.

In 28 seasons at Centerville, Gregg had a record of 219-62. His groups won 16 WOL titles. His vocation record was 301-89-5. He was drafted into the Ohio High School Football Coaches Hall of Fame in 1996.

Gregg instructed Centerville to the state last four of every 1984. It was the principal Dayton-region group to arrive at a state in Division I. His 1991 group arrived at the state title game, losing 24-21 to Cleveland St. Ignatius.

Gregg resigned after the 1999 season.

Ron Ullery, who was a partner to Gregg for 23 seasons, took over for Gregg in the 2000 season.

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