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Carthage Football Team History


Carthage Tigers
Carthage High School

704 North Jordan Street Carthage, MS
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Colors: Black & Gold
Coach: Pete Lucovich


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1928  <-- 2001 <- 2002 -> 2003 --> 2010

2002 Season Highlights
 Pete Lucovich enters his 22nd season as Head Coach at Carthage.
 The Tigers finished 3rd in District 5.
 
2002 Season
 Date   Opponent  Score   
 Fri., Aug. 30  vs. Morton    2   6   L       
 Fri., Sep. 6  @ Weir    11   34   L       
 Fri., Sep. 13  vs. Scott Central    6   24   L       
 Fri., Sep. 20  @ Southeast Lauderdale   *  22   6   W       
 Fri., Sep. 27  @ Philadelphia   *  36   11   W       
 Fri., Oct. 4  vs. Heidelberg   *  20   28   L       
 Fri., Oct. 11  @ Choctaw Central   *  7   27   L       
 Fri., Oct. 18  vs. Newton County   *  0   34   L       
 Fri., Oct. 25  vs. Ridgeland    29   21   W       
 Fri., Nov. 1  vs. West Lauderdale   *  21   14   W       
 Playoffs 
 Fri., Nov. 8  @ Franklin County    20   34   L       1st Round Playoffs 
 
2002 Season Totals
  Record4-7
  Points Scored174
  Scoring Average15.8
  Points Allowed239
  Defense Average21.7
  Opponents Record80-47
  District Record3-3
  Home Record2-4
  Away Record2-3
  
2002 Class 3A District 5 Standings
  Regular Season   Playoffs   District Record 
 Team  W/L/T  PF   PA  W/L/T PF   PA  W/L/T  PF  PA   Coach 
Newton County 13-1398843-171527-021512  Jeff Breland
Heidelberg 10-32742282-160505-111475  Larry McGill
Carthage 4-71742390-120343-3106120  Pete Lucovich
Philadelphia 7-42311790-112343-3102110  Marcus Wood
West Lauderdale 3-71242212-478146  Stan McCain
Choctaw Central 3-71532462-4106161  Tommy McCool
Southeast Lauderdale 1-9972160-649134  Dwane Taylor



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