Coach Pyne has been at the helm of Central Catholic since 2003 and had compiled a 140-49 (.741) overall record. During his tenure (through 2018), the Rans are 89-13 (.873) in the Mt. Hood Conference. The Rams won conference championships in 2006 and consecutively from 2008-2016. The Rams have advanced to the state quarter-finals in 2004, 2007, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, and 2018, and the state semi-finals in 2011, 2013, 2014, and 2016. In 2013, the Rams won the 6A State Championship for the first time since 1953. In 2014, the Rams repeated as 6A State Champions. In 2016, the Rams returned to the State Championship game and were state runners-up.
In his time at Central Catholic, Coach Pyne has been fortunate enough to have coached ten All-Americans: Kevin Frahm ’07 (Offense/Defensive Game), Myles Wade 07’ (U.S. Army Game), Brennan Scarlett ’11 (U.S. Army Game), Alex Balducci ’12 (U.S. Army Game), Connor Humphreys ’14 (U.S. Army Game), Blake Brandel ’15 (Semper Fi Game), TJ Salu ’15 (Polynesian All-American Game), Brady Breeze ’16 (USA Football International Bowl), La’Mar Winston ’16 (USA Football International Bowl) and Malakai Salu (Polynesian All-American Game).
2019 will mark Coach Pyne’s 32nd year in high school coaching in both Oregon and Idaho. Prior to coming to Central Catholic, he coached four seasons at Wilson High School compiling a 21-17 (.552) record and winning a Portland Interscholastic League Championship in 2002. His career record is 161-66 (.709). He and his wife, Erica, have two children who are alumni of Central Catholic, Zach 16’ and Allison ’17.