Former Cadillac Coach Jim Webb Set for MHSFCA Hall of Fame Induction

CADILLAC – Former Cadillac football coach Jim Webb is set to be inducted into the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame later this month.

Webb, whose career spanned 31 years and saw him make stops at Hartford and Cadillac, will be inducted on Saturday, March 9 at the Crowne Plaza Lansing West.

Webb began his coaching career as an assistant at Harford in 1983 before taking over the head coaching reins in 1988. The Central Michigan graduate led the Indians to a 78-20 record and the 1993 MHSAA Class CC state championship over a 10-year stretch.

A former MHSFCA Coach of the Year honoree, Webb moved on to Cadillac in 1998. Under his direction, the Vikings qualified for the state playoffs 10 times, won four Big North Conference titles and four district championships and recorded undefeated regular seasons in 2000, 2013 and 2014.

Webb retired following the 2014 season with a 194-112 record and now resides in Indian River and began working as a sales representative with Riddell in 2015.

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