Tony Holler

Tony Holler is the head track coach at Plainfield North High School in the Chicago area. Tony Holler has coached track for 38 years, football for 28, and basketball for 15. Tony is in his 38th and final year of teaching (Honors Chemistry). Holler’s teams have won three state championships. In 2018, his Plainfield North team swept the sprints in Illinois, winning the 100m, 200m, 4x1, and 4x2, setting new state records in the 100m and 4x1.  Tony Holler and Chris Korfist own the Track Football Consortium, providing education for coaches twice a year (December and June). Holler also owns “Feed the Cats” and speaks at clinics and seminars from coast to coast. Tony Holler is married to Jill (35 years) and has four children and three grandchildren. Two of Tony’s sons are football/track coaches. Quinn Holler coaches at Tinley Park Andrew. Quinn served as Plainfield North’s relay coach in 2018 (state record 4x1). Alec Holler coaches at Edwardsville. In 2016, Alec coached the best hurdler in Illinois history, Travis Anderson (13.59 in 110 HH). Tony Holler’s father, Don Holler, coached basketball at the high school and college level for 47 years.

 

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