Head Coach Gary Ogilvie


Head coach Gary Ogilvie is pictured with members of his 1972 Champion Warriors studying game film of a future opponent. Coach Ogilvie had two different stays with the Warriors as the head coach. He compiled a 42-5 record in league play over a seven year period; his teams went to the CIF playoffs all 7 years as the head coach, four times as the Desert-Inyo League Champion and three times as the league runner-up (2nd place). His teams compiled a 68-12-0 overall record for a winning percentage of .850; the second best winning percentage of any head coach in Warrior history. His 1980 team went 13-0 to win the CIF Southern Section Championship. In his last year as head coach, his 1981 team went 13-1, losing a heartbreaking game in the CIF finals. Between 1980 and 1981, the Warriors won 26 straight games --- a school record for consecutive wins!

Before Tehachapi, Ogilvie was the head coach at Garces High School in Bakersfield from 1964 until 1969. During his six years at Garces (34-21-4), his teams won several SSL championships during those years. Ogilvie was also a standout football player at Garces High School, where he quarterbacked the Rams to their first Valley Championship in 1953.




SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS

HEAD COACHWLTLEAGUE RESULTSCIF PLAYOFFS
1981Gary Ogilvie1310DIL Champions (5-0)Won 3 Lost 1  CIF Runner-Up
1980Gary Ogilvie1300DIL Champions (5-0)Won 4 Lost 0  CIF Champions
1979Gary Ogilvie  740DIL 2nd PlaceWon 0 Lost 1


HEAD COACHWLTLEAGUE RESULTSCIF PLAYOFFS
1974Gary Ogilvie  920DIL 2nd PlaceWon 1 Lost 1
1973Gary Ogilvie1010DIL Champions (8-0)Won 1 Lost 1
1972Gary Ogilvie  820DIL Champions (7-1)Won 1 Lost 1
1971Gary Ogilvie  820DIL 2nd PlaceWon 0 Lost 1




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