Longtime Highland Park head coach Randy Allen is calling it a career after 44 years.
Allen, who recently led the Scots to back-to-back UIL state football titles, announced his retirement on Wednesday.
Allen, who finishes his illustrious career with 37 years of head coaching experience under his belt, has been with the Scots since 1999.
Allen also saw time at Ballinger, Brownwood, and his alma mater Abilene Cooper.
As the state’s 3rd highest paid football coach at $133,875, Allen leaves the game as the fourth winningest coach in UIL history with 376 victories, behind Phil Danaher, G.A. Moore and Gordon Wood.