Belfry head coach Philip Haywood hugged Gary Runyon and other players as Belfry defeated Pike County Central in Pikeville in 2011. The game made Haywood the winningest football coach in state history. He'll have a Class 3A championship contender again this season.
Belfry head coach Philip Haywood hugged Gary Runyon and other players as Belfry defeated Pike County Central in Pikeville in 2011. The game made Haywood the winningest football coach in state history. He'll have a Class 3A championship contender again this season.
Belfry head coach Philip Haywood hugged Gary Runyon and other players as Belfry defeated Pike County Central in Pikeville in 2011. The game made Haywood the winningest football coach in state history. He'll have a Class 3A championship contender again this season.

Philip Haywood a winner in more ways than 346

October 23, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED August 23, 2013 12:50 AM

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