Two Honored with 2007 Tony Gasparovich Award


Terry Ennis

 Terry EnnisTerry was the second-winningest coach in state history with a record of 287-87. He won 1A state championships at Archbishop Murphy in 2002 and 2003 and the 4A (then-AAA) title in 1991 at Cascade.

Terry was in his 36th year of coaching and had been named The Seattle Times’ high school coach of the 20th century. He had been the head coach at Bellarmine Prep in Tacoma, Renton, Stanwood, Cascade and Murphy, where he started the football program in 2000.

Archbishop Murphy named its football stadium after Terry earlier this year in February. Terry was the son of the late legendary Everett coach Jim Ennis.

Rollie Robbins

Rollie RobbinsRollie Robbins, who coached football for 43 years before retiring after the 1999 season, passed away this past year at the age of 74. Robbins was best known in the Seattle area for his 16 years as head coach at Interlake High School followed by 11 years at Seattle Prep, where he retired.

His coaching career began at Montesano in 1957 and included two years as head coach at Whitworth College, his alma mater. He also had stints as head coach at Newport and Sumner high schools and at one time was an assistant at Bellevue. His overall high-school record was 231-104-2.

Among the players Robbins coached at Interlake was Jim Mora, the ex-Washington Husky who is Seahawks assistant head coach and has been head coach of the Atlanta Falcons. At Interlake he also coached quarterbacks Tom Flick (UW, Washington Redskins, Cleveland, San Diego), Steve Pelluer (UW, Dallas, Kansas City) and Chris O’Connor (UW defensive back), linebacker Scott Pelluer (WSU, New Orleans), lineman Mike Lustyk (UW) and receiver Jon Bostick (Nebraska). At Seattle Prep, he coached Bryce Fisher, former Seattle Seahawk and current defensive end for the Tennessee Titans.

Robbins, a Spokane native who played at North Central High School, taught math and computer science. Robbins lived in Kirkland with his wife, Kay. The couple raised granddaughter Tanis, now 19, after their daughter, Michelle, died.

 

 

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