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Coffeeville Football Team History


Coffeeville Pirates
Coffeeville High School

16849 Coffeeville, MS
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Colors: Red, White & Black
Coach: Billy Samuels


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1969  <-- 1969 <- 1969 -> 1970 --> 2020

1969 Season Highlights
 Billy Samuels enters his 1st season as Head Coach at Coffeeville.
 This was the first season Coffeeville fielded a team.
 
1969 Season
 Date   Opponent  Score   
    Independence   *               
 Fri., Sep. 5   Hernando   *  8   32   L       
 Fri., Sep. 12   Horn Lake   *  0   41   L       
 Fri., Sep. 19   Lafayette   *  0   18   L       
 Fri., Oct. 3   Holly Springs   *  28   14   W       
 Fri., Oct. 10   Senatobia   *  6   41   L       
 Fri., Oct. 17   Coldwater   *  0   6   L       
 Fri., Oct. 24   North Panola   *  0   25   L       
 Fri., Oct. 31  @ Olive Branch   *  6   7   L       
 Fri., Nov. 7   Water Valley   *  14   30   L       
 
1969 Season Totals
  Record1-8
  Points Scored62
  Scoring Average6.9
  Points Allowed214
  Defense Average23.8
  Opponents Record51-44 -2
  Home Record0-0
  Away Record0-1
  
1969  Chickasaw Conference  Standings
  Regular Season   Conference Record 
 Team  W/L/T  PF   PA  W/L/T  PF  PA   Coach 
Senatobia 10-14241689-1-0364155  James Blaylock
Horn Lake 8-22911048-2-0291104  Thomas Malone
North Panola 8-0249498-0-024949  Jim Aven
Hernando 6-42192156-4-0219215  Albert Owen
Water Valley 5-4-11911725-4-1191172  Bobby Clark
Coldwater 4-4-11351684-4-1135168  Don Clanton
Lafayette 4-61221514-6-0122151  Jimmy Arrington
Independence 3-51301123-5-0130112  Tommy Hill
Olive Branch 2-81062832-8-0106283  Jerry Hopper
Coffeeville 1-8622141-8-062214  Billy Samuels
Holly Springs 1-10843811-9-084330  Jimmy Johnston



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