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The History of High School Football in Mississippi

      Welcome to the Mississippi High School Football Historical Society. Our goal is to chronicle a complete history of high school football in the state of Mississippi. We will also provide other important information including coaching records, state championship summaries, region and conference records and much more. If you can provide accurate scores or any other information related to our efforts we encourage you to contact us.

This Week in Football

Week 1                                 August 14, 2017 
 Preseason Tidbits & Records 
 Week One Matchups 

2017 Region Standings
6A  5A  4A  3A  2A  1A  MAIS 

Football News                               July 17th, 2017
      A new state for
   The History of high school football in Mississippi.                               July 17th, 2017
      The Big 8 Conference was formed in 1927 and existed until the playoffs began in 1981. For a review of each season visit the link HERE.

Current Streaks

Winning Streak
          27 - Simmons
 Losing Streak
          26 - New Site
 Regular Season Winning Streak
          24 - Simmons
 Region Winning Streak
          48 - Charleston
 Region Losing Streak
          42 - Tishomingo County
 Home Winning Streak
          33 - Indianola Academy
          15 - Hazlehurst
 Consecutive Winning Seasons *
          25 - Calhoun City
          46 - Jackson Prep
 Consecutive Playoff Seasons
          27 - Taylorsville
 Consecutive Games Scoring *
          242 - Wayne County

(* incomplete data)


Mississippi Football                               July 16th, 2017
      This is a work in progress. There is still much research and work to be completed before everything comes together and teams are completed.

      We will be researching the teams in segments. Our first goal is to complete as many teams as possible back to 1950. We currently have most of the information for the larger schools who belonged to the Big 8 Conference prior to 1981.

      As more research is done, we will include scores and coaches for every team prior to 1950. So, bear with us while the project progresses over the next few years. It is a very time consuming process to find every score for every team.

      Our projections are that there have been approximately 130,000 games played among the Mississippi high school football teams over the past 100 years or so. We are nearing the point to where 75% of these scores are included in our records.

Team Records

Below is a list of the team won/lost records according to the research completed. These number will change as more research is done.
 Meridian 678-282-41  71%
 Laurel 578-379-29  60%
 Vicksburg 563-412-29  58%
 Starkville 559-203-19  73%
 Gulfport 558-365-32  60%
 Hattiesburg 557-414-38  57%
 Taylorsville 537-213-6  72%
 Louisville 535-239-14  69%
 South Panola 526-189-8  74%
 McComb 514-383-23  57%
 Clarksdale 513-344-16  60%
 Tupelo 512-328-15  61%
 Magee 512-240-11  68%
 Greenwood 506-366-25  58%
 Pascagoula 505-402-26  56%
 Biloxi 494-441-36  53%
 Olive Branch 489-323-23  60%
 Durant 489-187-12  72%
 Moss Point 475-426-23  53%
 Philadelphia 472-228-13  67%
 Jackson Prep 470-77-2  86%
 Senatobia 467-186-4  72%
 Collins 466-265-14  64%
 Bassfield 465-248-12  65%
 Calhoun City 464-240-9  66%
 West Point 459-305-15  60%
 Weir 459-152-6  75%
 Forest 455-268-18  63%
 Amory 453-305-8  60%
 Mendenhall 452-265-13  63%
 Brookhaven 451-425-30  52% Progress

  We are working to finish as many teams as possible back through the 1950 season. If you can assist us in this research in any way just let us know. Use the 'Contact Us' link in the right hand column of the homepage for Mississippi High School Football. We appreciate any one who is willing to assist us in completing this project.

  We are also interested in completing the coaches for every team. If you can assist us in any way we will appreciate the help.

The Beginning

The game of American football as played today by high school, college, and professional teams grew out of rugby-style football which in the mid-1870s replaced a largely kicking game known as association football. Although initially played on village greens and on college fields, the first intercollegiate game took place on 6 November 1869 when Rutgers defeated Princeton 6-4 in a soccer-style game. Five years later, Montreal's McGill University playing at Harvard introduced rugby football, which would be rapidly adopted by eastern teams.   *