Coaches never like to look ahead, but we certainly can take a peek at what awaits Toms River South (N.J.)
baseball coach Kenny Frank.
As reported by The Star-Ledger
, Frank won his 754th game Monday, tying him atop the New Jersey state list with Tony Ferrainolo of Memorial (West New York, N.J.).
Frank, who is in his 34th season, will get the opportunity to set the record before the home crowd later this week in the stadium named after him. On Wednesday night the Indians will take on Southern Regional (Manahawkin, N.J.), before an afternoon game Thursday against Clarkstown South (West Nyack, N.Y.).
"It's unbelievable," Frank told the newspaper last week. "You keep playing and the next thing you know you are among all these great names. It's really hard to believe."
With his current win total, Frank already is among the Top 50 nationally all-time, according to the National Federation of State High School Associations record book
. He has a career record of 754-236-3, according to the newspaper.