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Howard Stiehm - Reedsburg / Marinette / D.C. Everest

03/01/1980, 12:00am CST
By Wisconsin Sports Network

Born May 11, 1916 in Milwaukee, WI

Attended West Allis Central High School Graduate of La Crosse State, La Crosse, Wisconsin

Coached football at::

Reedsburg as an Assistant Coach 1939-40;

Marinette as an Assistant 1940-46;

Marinette as a Head Coach 1947-52 where teams won 39, lost 9, and tied 1; and

D.C. Everest Schofield, Wisconsin as a Head Coach at from 1953-1972, teams won 126, lost 30 and tied 3.

Coached football 26 years as Head Coach, Won 165, Lost 39, Tied 4

Howie had ten championships at D.C. Everest. In his last 18 years there were only 19 defeats. His teams went undefeated ten seasons. The 1971 football team was ranked number 1 in the state. In 1949 Life Magazine covered the Marinette-Menominee football game won by Marinette during an undefeated season. Howie started football at Everest in 1953 a new high school.

During his career he has also coached basketball, volleyball, track, and skiing. The stadium at Schofield was named Stiehm Stadium in 1977.

Howard has been in retirement from teaching since 1977.

Tag(s): Hall of Fame