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Navarro Football, Season By Season

 

KEN CLARK (1946-1950), 5 seasons / 50 games / 28-20-2

1946 — 4-4-1

1947 — 5-3-1

1948 — 10-2-0 (Zone Champions lost 48-0 to Wharton in conference title game)

1949 — 4-6-0

1950 — 5-5-0

A. LEE SMITH (1951-1966), 16 seasons / 158 games / 90-66-2

1951 — 7-3 (Conference Champions)

1952 — 8-2 (Co-Conference Champions with Henderson County)

1953 — 5-5-1 (Co-Conference Champions with Henderson County)

1954 — 6-4 (Conference Runner-Up to Paris)

1955 — 5-4 (Third Place behind co-champions Paris and Texarkana)

1956 — 5-4 (Runner-Up to Allen Academy in full-season standings)

1957 — 4-6

1958 — 5-5 (Runner-Up)

1959 — 7-2-1 (Co-Conference Champions with Henderson County)

1960 — 3-7

1961 — 6-4 (Second overall, but conference co-champions with Cisco at 5-1)

1962 — 10-1 (Shared TJCC Championship with Wharton and won Hospitality Bowl in Gulfport, Ms.)

1963 — 5-5 (Conference played double round-robin schedule)

1964 — 4-5 (6th place overall in 1st year of Texas Junior College Football Conference)

1965 — 5-3 (3rd place overall and tied for 2nd in TJCFC with Kilgore)

1966 — 5-5 (4th overall and 5th in TJCFC and lost Shrine Bowl in Shreveport, La.)

AL CARMICHAEL (1967-1969), 3 seasons / 31 games / 11-20

1967 — 5-5 (5th overall and 4th in TJCFC)

1968 — 3-8

1969 — 3-7

DONNIE DUNCAN (1970-1972), 3 seasons / 32 games / 24-7-1

1970 — 11-1 (Conference Runner-Up and won Wool Bowl in Roswell, NM)

1971 — 6-3-1

1972 — 7-3

HAROLD HERN (1973-1985), 13 seasons / 130 games / 89-39-2

1973 — 9-1 (TJCFC Co-Champions with Henderson County and won Wool Bowl in Roswell, NM)

1974 — 6-3-1 (Conference Runner-Up with Henderson County behind Tyler)

1975 — 5-6

1976 — 8-2 (1st outright TJCFC Championship, but no bowl bid)

1977 — 8-2 (Co-Champions with Kilgore and won Texas JUCO Bowl in Garland, Tx)

1978 — 7-3 (Conference Runner-Up)

1979 — 6-4 (Tied for 2nd in TJCFC)

1980 — 7-3 (Conference Runner-Up and lost Wool Bowl in Roswell, NM)

1981 — 7-3 (Conference Runner-Up)

1982 — 7-3 (Conference Runner-Up)

1983 — 8-2 (Conference Runner-Up)

1984 — 6-3-1 (Dropped out of TJCFC and played an independent schedule)

1985 — 5-4 (3rd place)

BOB McELROY (1986-1993), 8 seasons / 81 games / 62-16-3

1986 — 5-5 (Conference Runner-Up behind Tyler)

1987 — 7-2-1 (Tied for 2nd in TJCFC and won The Valley Of The Sun Bowl in Mesa, Az.)

1988 — 7-2 (Conference Runner-Up and lost Jayhawk Bowl in Coffeyville, Ks.)

1989 — 10-0 (Conference and NJCAA National Champions)

1990 — 7-3 (5-1 in TJCFC play after suffering losses to Bakersfield, Cal., and independent NEO)

1991 — 9-2 (Won Dixie Bowl in St. George, Ut.)

1992 — 9-1 (Conference Champions)

1993 — 8-1-2 (Conference Champions, but forfeited because of ineligible player. Tied Jones County, Ms., in JUCO Shrine Bowl at Tyler, Tx.)

SCOTT ANDERSON (1994), 1 season / 10 games / 2-8

1994 — 2-8 (1-5 in conference and tied for 6th)

KEITH THOMAS (1995-1997), 3 seasons / 29 games / 16-13

1995 — 7-2  (*0-9 after forfeits because of ineligible player)

1996 — 6-5 (Tied for 3rd in conference)

1997 — 3-6

CHUCK LAWRENCE (1998-2006), 9 seasons / 91 games / 46-45

1998 — 7-4

1999 — 8-3 (Lost to Trinity Valley for conference championship in Red River Bowl at Bedford, Tx)

2000 — 8-3

2001 — 6-6 (Lost to Coffeyville, Ks., in Heart Of Texas Bowl at Copperas Cove, Tx.)

2002 — 3-7

2003 — 1-8

2004 — 4-5

2005 — 4-5

2006 — 5-4

RAY WOODARD (2007), 1 season / 12 games / 9-3

2007 — 9-3 (SWJCFC Champions won Pilgrim’s Pride Bowl over Georgia Military at Mount Pleasant, Tx. Finished 4th in NJCAA Final Poll)

NICK BOBECK (2008-2011), 4 seasons / 47 games / 42-5

2008 — 10-1 (Unbeaten regular season; ranked No. 1 for 6 weeks; finished No. 4 in NJCAA Final Poll)

2009 — 11-1 (Unbeaten regular season; ranked No. 1 for 2 weeks; ranked among Top 3 for 11 weeks; finished No. 3 in NJCAA Final Poll; won Heart Of Texas Bowl over Mississippi Gulf Coast at Copperas Cove, Tx.)

2010 — 11-1 (SWJCFC and NJCAA National Champions; 11-game winning streak; ranked among Top 5 for 9 weeks and Top 3 for 5 weeks; won Citizens Bank Bowl over Butler, Ks., at Pittsburg, Ks.)

2011 — 10-2 (SWJCFC Champions and Heart Of Texas Bowl Champions; NJCAA preseason No. 1 pick and held position for 5 weeks; ranked among Top 10 for 11 of 12 weeks; finished No. 5 in NJCAA Final Poll; won Heart Of Texas Bowl over New Mexico Military Institute)

BRIAN MAYPER (2012-2014), 3 seasons / 34 games / 26-8

2012 — 10-2 (SWJCFC Champions and Heart Of Texas Bowl Champions; finished No. 4 in Final NJCAA Poll; highest scoring team in Navarro football history — 521 points / 43.4 pg)

2013 — 9-3 (SWJCFC Runners-Up and Brazos Valley Bowl Champions; finished No. 12 in Final NJCAA Poll; highest scoring team in Navarro football history, surpassing 2012 — 523 points / 43.6 pg)

2014 — 7-3 (SWJCFC Semifinalists finished No. 14 in Final NJCAA Poll; highest scoring team in Navarro football, surpassing 2013 — 528 points / 52.8 pg)

CODY CRILL (2015-Present), 3 seasons / 30 Games / 19-11

2015 — 7-4 (SWJCFC Runners-Up)

2016 — 6-3 (Ranked No. 9 in Final NJCAA Poll)

2017 — 6-4 (SWJCFC Semifinalists; Ranked No. 17 in Final NJCAA Poll)