In 1971, Coach Boone was named Head Coach at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Virginia.
That year, Coach Boone led the Titans to win the State Championship and ranked second in national polls.
He helped bring the school and community together at a volatile time when race relations were frayed. He was named Coach of the Year six times, and was credited by President Nixon as forging "the team that saved the city of Alexandria."