TULSA, Okla. — It's been one year since the death of legendary Jenks football coach Allan Trimble.
He coached the Jenks Trojans for 22 years and led them to 13 state championships. Trimble retired after being diagnosed with ALS. He died in 2019, three years after his diagnosis.
The football team posted in honor of Trimble to remember him.
It has been a year. Coach Trimble's football legacy continues to live on thru the Jenks players & coaches of today, & the legacy they will leave for those who follow. Continued love for the @coachtrim55 family. #WeRemember pic.twitter.com/PQ527V56FN
— JTFootball.com (@JTFootball_com) December 1, 2020
2 Works for You talked to current Jenks football coach Keith Riggs about honoring Trimble's memory.
Trimble led the Trimble Strong Foundation after his diagnosis, the foundation continues to grow: "What began as a phrase to capture the spirit of Coach Trimble has turned into a movement to transform people and communities."
WATCH: Sports Director Cayden McFarland looks back at Trimble's legacy
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