Dick Baniszewki has been at Hamilton High School since 2006. During his eleven seasons with the Huskies Dick has been a part of five state championships in 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2012 and three state runners-up 2011, 2013, 2014. While at Hamilton the Huskies have continued to enjoy unmatched success both on the field and in the classroom. During the 2011 season the Huskies held the nations longest active winning streak at 53 games.
Dick began teaching as well as coaching football, wrestling and track at his alma mater McClintock High School in Tempe Arizona. As a senior linebacker he helped McClintock win the Arizona State Football Championship in 1980. He continued his playing career as a linebacker at both Mesa Community College and The University of San Diego. As a varsity assistant coach in 1989, Dick was fortunate enough to assist McClintock in capturing its third state title.
In the fall of 1991, Dick was hired at Phoenix Mountain Pointe High School as Department Chairman of Social Studies in the school's inaugural year. During his tenure at Mountain Pointe he coached varsity football, taught Psychology, History and in 1995, was named Assistant Principal/Athletic Director. In 2000 Dick returned to McClintock where he taught, A.P. Psychology, Psychology and Weight Training. As the Chargers Head Varsity Football Coach he was voted the 5A Central Region Football Coach of the Year in 2000.