Bogle came to Centralia High
School as Varsity Boys’ Basketball Coach
and Athletic Director for the 1983-84 school
year. Upon leaving in 1993, he had
accumulated a record of 189-93.
He came to Centralia from his Alma Mater in
Nashville. He won a Class A state basketball
championship there in 1978 and left with a
total record of 156-65 in eight seasons.
While at Centralia for ten seasons, he
brought the Orphans to a South Seven
Conference title in 1990, the first since
1980, and six consecutive Regional
championships with two Sectional titles in
1988 (the first since 1966) and 1993. The
Orphans garnered Centralia Holiday
Tournament trophies in each of his ten
seasons with tournament championships in
1986 (the first since 1964) and
accumulated 51 wins in three seasons at
Pekin after leaving Centralia. His career
win total of 396 gives him an average of
nearly nineteen wins per season.
In 2002, he was inducted into the Illinois
Basketball Coaches’ Association Hall of
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Bogle joined The University of Tulsa in
September 2008 as the Director of High
School Relations. He is a veteran high
school coach in Illinois with 21 years of
head coaching experience.
taught 31 years in high school before
retiring in 2004. He was inducted into the
Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Hall
of Fame with an overall record of 396-189,
including a state Class A Championship in
1978. He coached at Nashville, Centralia and
Pekin High Schools in Illinois.
entering the teaching and coaching ranks,
Bogle served two years of active duty in the
Army as an officer. He earned both a
bachelor's and master's degree from Murray
State (Ky.) in 1970 and 1971, respectively."