Bakersfield born and raised, Ogilvie compiled a 136-54-8 record as the football coach at Garces and Tehachapi high schools. A Garces graduate, Ogilvie coached the Rams from 1963-68, where his teams went 34-21-4 with a·south Sequoia League title in 1968. Ogilvie coached at Tehachapi from 1971-81, where his teams went 102-33-4 with four Desert-Inyo League championships and a CIF Southern Section title in 1980 when the Warriors went 13-0. In his final season as the Warriors' head coach in 1981, Tehachapi went 13-1 and was the Southern Section runner-up. As a student-athlete at Garces, Ogilvie helped the Rams win the 1953 and 1954 Central Section titles, the Rams' first valley titles in football. He was the team MVP in 1954. Ogilvie attended Bakersfield College and UC Santa Barbara. He did not play college football because of a shoulder injury during his high school career. After his coaching career ended, he worked in the agriculture industry in the Arvin area.