Longtime football coach Hendrickson dies Bruce Hendrickson, one of the most successful high school football coaches in state history, died recently at age 75. Hendrickson's teams won 363 games during a career that included a state championship squad in Texhoma, Okeene and Seiling.Read more on NewsOK.com

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