New SHS wrestling coaches look to bring national success

Long-time Minnesota coaches Scot Davis and Jim Jackson join forces to coach in Sandpoint, Idaho

For a high school sports coach, it’s common to have as many years of coaching experience as their athletes have been alive.

However, new Sandpoint High School Wrestling coach Scot Davis has been coaching wrestling since most of their parents have been alive.

Davis has been coaching the sport of wrestling for 50 years and is the winningest coach in amateur wrestling history.

As a coach, Davis is currently sporting a 1205-209-4 record. Some of the other accolades that Davis has collected over the years include 1998 NHSCA National Coach of the Year, 2007 Wrestling USA Magazine National Coach of the Year; Top Rookie College Coach by Amateur Wrestling News and NCAA News in 1986, and is a member of nine different halls of fame. Continue reading at →

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