Corky Rogers elected to National High School Hall of Fame


JACKSONVILLE – You can add another honor to the legendary career of Corky Rogers. The longtime head coach at Bolles has been elected to the National Federation of High Schools Hall of Fame.

Rogers is the first football coach from the state of Florida to earn the honor. He is one of 12 members in the Class of 2015 and will be enshrined on July 2 in New Orleans.

In 26 years at Bolles, Rogers has won a state-record 11 championships. The Bulldogs have currently played in four straight Class 4A state championship games. He ranks fifth nationally with 444 career wins among active coaches.