Bob Milloy, Maryland's all-time winningest high school football coach, announced his retirement Wednesday after 50 years on the sidelines.
"It's just time," Milloy, 73, said in an interview. "There's no overt reason. It was just time. I got no misgivings and no animosity. It's just time to, I guess, relax."
Milloy led Good Counsel's decorated team over the past 16 seasons, where his career win total ballooned to 405 last fall as the Falcons went 6-5. He began his coaching career as an assistant at DeMatha in 1967 and served as the head coach at Whitman, Springbrook and Sherwood before he arrived in Olney in 2001.
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