Bill Smith, the long time head football coach of Aldine High School, was inducted into the Texas High School Coaches Association Hall of Honor on July 20 during the THSCA’s Convention and Coaching School in San Antonio.
During his 29 years as the Mustangs’ head coach, Coach Smith forged a 237-96-6 record. In 1990, he led his team to the Class 5A state championship and ESPN named the Mustangs national champions. That team finished 15-0 on the season. Coach Smith led the Mustangs to 10 district championships and 21 playoff appearances. Coach Smith devoted 39 years to Aldine ISD.
Coach Smith and his wife Brenda are pictured with supporters who joined them the induction ceremony in San Antonio on July 20.
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