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Hattiesburg Football Team History


Hattiesburg Tigers
Hattiesburg High School

301 Hutchinson Avenue Hattiesburg, MS
Stadium: D.I. Patrick Stadium
Colors: Purple & Gold
Coach: Doug Hoehn


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1908  <-- 2009 <- 2010 -> 2011 --> 2020

2010 Season Highlights
 Doug Hoehn enters his 5th season as Head Coach at Hattiesburg.
 The Tigers finished 5th in District 3.
 
2010 Season
 
 Date   Opponent  Score   
 Fri., Aug. 20  @ Madison Central    0   51   L       
 Fri., Aug. 27  vs. Laurel    19   7   W       
 Fri., Sep. 3  @ Warren Central    18   20   L       
 Fri., Sep. 10  vs. Petal    0   29   L       
 Fri., Sep. 17   OPEN               
 Fri., Sep. 24  vs. Brandon   *  12   42   L       
 Fri., Oct. 1  vs. Meridian   *  12   37   L       
 Fri., Oct. 8  @ Hill   *  27   16   W       
 Fri., Oct. 15  @ Wingfield   *  16   14   W       
 Fri., Oct. 22  @ Oak Grove   *  6   17   L       
 Fri., Oct. 29  vs. Terry   *  23   14   W       
 Fri., Nov. 5  @ Natchez   *  25   33   L       
 
2010 Season Totals
  Record4-7
  Points Scored158
  Scoring Average14.4
  Points Allowed280
  Defense Average25.5
  Opponents Record85-62
  District Record3-4
  Home Record2-3
  Away Record2-4
  
2010 Class 6A District 3 Standings
  Regular Season   Playoffs   District Record 
 Team  W/L/T  PF   PA  W/L/T PF   PA  W/L/T  PF  PA   Coach 
Meridian 14-14241203-1100357-023665  Larry Weems
Brandon 7-63162221-140375-2212113  Brad Peterson
Natchez 9-33762020-127385-2231133  Lance Reed
Oak Grove 8-53602722-172805-2222131  Nevil Barr
Hattiesburg 4-71582803-4121173  Doug Hoehn
Terry 4-72143052-5128212  Paul Anderson
Wingfield 3-81473071-679199  Joel Sinclair
Hill 1-10843730-764267  Henry Blount



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