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Charleston Football Team History


Charleston Tigers
Charleston High School

310 North Cossar Ave. Charleston, MS
Stadium: Tiger Stadium
Colors: Black & Gold
Coach: Tony Vance


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1917  <-- 2007 <- 2008 -> 2009 --> 2021

2008 Season Highlights
 Tony Vance enters his 1st season as Head Coach at Charleston.
 The Tigers won the Class 3A District 4 Championship.
 
2008 Season
 Date   Opponent  Score   
 Fri., Aug. 29  @ Oxford    22   28   L       
 Fri., Sep. 5  vs. West Tallahatchie    42   6   W       
 Fri., Sep. 12  @ Franklin County    10   14   L       
 Fri., Sep. 19  vs. Grenada    7   0   W       
 Fri., Sep. 26  @ East Side   *  42   13   W       
 Fri., Oct. 3  vs. Palmer   *  40   0   W       
 Fri., Oct. 10  @ Humphreys County   *  44   0   W       
 Fri., Oct. 17  vs. Velma Jackson   *  28   0   W       
 Fri., Oct. 24  @ Elzy   *  41   0   W       
 Thu., Oct. 30  vs. McClain   *  34   0   W       
 Playoffs 
 Fri., Nov. 7  vs. Aberdeen    20   33   L       1st Round Playoffs 
 
2008 Season Totals
  Record8-3
  Points Scored330
  Scoring Average30.0
  Points Allowed94
  Defense Average8.5
  Opponents Record62-57
  District Record6-0
  Home Record5-1
  Away Record3-2
  
2008 Class 3A District 4 Standings
  Regular Season   Playoffs   District Record 
 Team  W/L/T  PF   PA  W/L/T PF   PA  W/L/T  PF  PA   Coach 
Charleston 8-3330940-120336-022913  Tony Vance
Velma Jackson 8-23261490-120375-121368  Bart King
McClain 7-42711940-114214-2161132  Stanley Spell
East Side 5-61752590-17383-3123157  Tavares Johnson
Elzy 4-52092022-4121148  Eric House
Humphreys County 2-7852951-559234  Terrell Railes
Palmer 1-8972700-655209  Aaron Holden



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