Coach Robert (Bob) Louis Sepulveda: The Early Days #1 New Football Biography Release on Amazon

Coach Robert Louis Sepulveda The Early Days Hot # 1 Release on Amazon

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Coach Robert( Bob) Louis Sepulveda’s coaching career began in 1960 at Telluride, Colorado, where he served as head basketball and track coach, and assistant baseball coach. His 1964 basketball team won the Mountain League District Class A Championship and placed second at the Western Colorado Regional Class A tournament. He also helped coach the 1964 Telluride High School baseball team that won their Class A State Championship.

Coach Sepulveda began his coaching career at Alamogordo in 1964. During his coaching career in Alamogordo, Sepulveda coached both track and football for 32 years. He coached all aspects of football from the freshman, sophomore, junior varsity and varsity level. He served the 1971 season as the head football coach.

In 1969 Sepulveda was named the Head Track Coach. During his 27 years as Head Coach his teams have won 19 District Championships, 5 State Championships, 1 second place finish and 5 third place finishes. His teams have won 170 Invitational Track meets. He has had 102 athletes win a first place medal at the State Track Meet.

Coach Sepulveda has received various awards during his tenure a Head Coach. He has been selected New Mexico Coach of the Year for boys track in 1982, 1991 and 1996. He received the NHSACA Region 8 Coach of the Year in 1982, 1991 and 1996. He was also named the NFSHSA Section 6 Coach of the Year in 1991 and 1996. He was also awarded along with his wife Marilyn, the New Mexico High School Coaches Association Level IV Coaching Milestone ring in 1989. He and his wife Marilyn were inducted into the Alamogordo Tiger Hall of Fame in 1988.

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