Feb. 1979: Bob Ladouceur is hired as De La Salle's varsity head football coach at age 24
Sept. 1979: Ladouceur wins first game as coach, 26-13 over Sacred Heart Cathedral-San Francisco
Nov. 1982: De La Salle wins its first North Coast Section title and completes its first unbeaten season
Dec. 1985: De La Salle finishes No. 1 in Cal-High Sports statewide rankings for first time
Dec. 1988: Ladouceur wins his 100th game, a 42-0 victory over Granada for the NCS 3A championship
Dec. 1991: De La Salle loses to Pittsburg 35-27 in the NCS title game. It remains the Spartans' most recent loss to a Northern California team, a streak of 236 games.
Sept. 1992: The national-record 151-game winning streak begins with a 34-14 win over Merced
Dec. 1996: Ladouceur wins his 200th game, a 35-7 win over Pittsburg for the NCS 4A championship
Nov. 1997: De La Salle beats College Park 56-0 for its 73rd consecutive win, breaking Hudson-Michigan's national record
Dec. 2003: Ladouceur suffers heart attack on New Year's Eve, but returns to coach the Spartans the season
Sept. 2004: De La Salle loses to Bellevue-Washington 39-20 in its season opener, ending its national record winning streak at 151 games
Oct. 2005: Ladouceur wins his 300th game, a 35-13 victory over Pittsburg
Sept. 2009: De La Salle beats Serra-San Mateo 14-7, giving Ladouceur win No. 345 to become California's winningest high school football coach
Dec. 2012: Ladouceur's final game as the Spartans' head coach is a 48-28 win over Centennial-Corona for a fourth straight Open Division state championship. It was win 399.