Chuck Raykovich

Induction Year: 2019

Mertz Mortorelli Coaching Achievement Award

Chuck Raykovich attended UW-Superior and was a member of the football team in his time on campus, graduating in 1974 with a degree in physical education. He immediately jumped into coaching and became the youngest head coach in Wisconsin when he took the job at Crandon High School, a position he held until 1981. Following a stint as a coordinator at UW-Stout, Raykovich moved to Chippewa Falls High School, a position he holds to this day, and the 2018 season marked his 44th year of coaching. Raykovich has coached 10 conference champions and his teams qualified for the playoffs 17 times. In 2010, Raykovich was enshrined in the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame.

  • Youngest Head Football Coach in the State of Wisconsin 1974-1975
  • Ranked 11th in State Active Coaching Record
  • Ranked 25th in State Historical Coaching Record 238 wins 164 losses
  • Green Bay Packer Coach of the Week 2007