GEORGETOWN — The day after her team won the Class 4A girls basketball championship, Georgetown coach Rhonda Farney and the Lady Eagles gathered inside their campus gym to watch an exhibition by the Georgetown Dribblers, roughly 100 elementary-school kids learning the basics of the game.
The drills came to a virtual halt, though, upon the arrival of Farney, her three assistant coaches and the 16 players, the newest stars in this town of 47,480 people. The players and coaches spent the better part of an hour signing autographs and posing for pictures with boys and girls who aspire to be just like them.
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Texas’ all-time winningest girls basketball coaches
1. Leta Andrews;Granbury;1,393-338;1962-2013
2. Joe Lombard;Canyon;1,155-108;1978-2013
3. Jerry English;Marble Falls Faith;1,109-291;1975-2013
4. Sue Cannon;Euless Trinity;1,009-325;1972-2013
5. Rhonda Farney;Georgetown;971-265;1975-2013
Note: coaches are listed with their current schools.