John Donohue of Lowell baseball makes state Coaches Hall of FameFormer Lowell baseball coach John Donohue, who retired in 2015 as the state’s then-active leader with 735 wins, was inducted into the California Coaches Association Hall of Fame on Saturday night at the Doubletree Hotel in Sacramento.Longtime CCA board member Dennis McClanahan, of the San Diego Section, introduced Donohue, who coached 33 seasons at Lowell and won 14 San Francisco Section titles, including three straight to finish.“His records speak for themselves,” McClanahan told the audience of close to 400 at the 60th annual banquet that honors current and retired high school coaches.[...] Donohue spent six minutes of his seven-minute speech introducing his 24 guests while weaving in fun facts and jabs.Donohue had a sweet story about his parents, then finished with a poem read by John Wooden, whom he met at a coaches clinic.Other Hall of Fame inductees included Menlo-Atherton girls basketball coach Pam Wimberly and Bellarmine aquatics coach Larry Rogers.Wimberly was a pioneer of her sport and won 663 games and 20 league championships in 42 seasons, as well as many teaching awards.MaxPreps senior writer Mitch Stephens covers high school sports for The San Francisco Chronicle.
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