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Tom Causey

Tom Causey graduated from Lowndes Academy before going on to play football and coach at the University of West Alabama.

Causey became the head football coach at Dallas County High School in 2000. In three seasons his teams finished with a 22-12 record and made the playoffs each season. In 2002, Causeys Dallas County team went 10-2 and finished second to Demopolis in the area standings.

Causey moved to Andalusia High School for the 2003 season and guided the Bulldogs to a 10-4 record and a Class 4A semi-final berth in 2006. He was named the Class 4A Coach of the Year by the Alabama High School Coaches Association. His four Bulldog squads went 24-22.

Coach Tom Causey, 37, was named to succeed Doug Goodwin, who coached the Tigers to the Class 4A championship in 2004 at Demopolis High School. Goodwin, who had an 82-18 record in eight seasons, left to become the head coach at Russellville. Causey remains with the Tigers and also serves as the athletic director at Demopolis.

His record at Demopolis in the past eight seasons is 67-29. Each of his teams have qualified for a playoff.

In 2009, his 12-3 team defeated Russellville 27-14 in Tuscaloosa for the Class 5A State Championship. That same year, he was an assistant to Fred Riley of Davidson on the coaching staff of the South team in the Alabama All-Star game in Montgomery.

In 2010, the Demopolis head coach was part of the eight-man coaching staff for the Alabama team in the 24th annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game.

Following the 2014 season, Causey took his talents to Pelham high school after eight years in Demopolis.

Known Record:  138-98-0   58.5%

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 Season Total   Playoffs   Region/Area Record 
 Team   Season   Class   W/L/T   PF  PA   W/L/T   PF  PA   Region   Title  W/L/T   PF  PA 
Pelham2020 6A7-1252173R35-015696
Pelham2019 6A3-7213310R52-4155230
Pelham2018 6A7-43582700-1735R53-3167150
Pelham2017 6A5-63343970-11449R33-3183207
Pelham2016 6A2-8242363R31-5140225
Pelham2015 6A1-9143336R51-691191
 6 Years25-35154218490-2218415-218921099
Demopolis2014 5A8-34072020-12728R4#7-030996
Demopolis2013 5A7-43612020-11421R34-3203106
Demopolis2012 5A9-33931881-16358R36-124176
Demopolis2011 5A6-53262970-11421R36-1255145
Demopolis2010 5A8-43592411-14542R3#7-0280101
Demopolis2009 5A12-34492595-0150103R34-221594
Demopolis2008 5A8-54963312-112087R35-1292151
Demopolis2007 5A9-23861860-1828R36-124094
 8 Years67-29317719069-744138845-92035863
Andalusia2006 4A10-44342743-19284R26-1260119
Andalusia2005 4A7-43542390-11724R15-2240160
Andalusia2004 4A5-62082690-11328R15-2147140
Andalusia2003 4A2-8143297R12-5113192
 4 Years24-22113910793-312213618-10760611
Dallas County
Dallas County2002 4A10-25001831-14740R46-1333120
Dallas County2001 4A5-63163540-12156R44-2203188
Dallas County2000 4A7-43012390-11449R44-2183125
 3 Years22-1211177761-38214514-5719433
 21 Years138-986975561013-1566675392-4544063006

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