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Lafayette Football Team History


Lafayette Commodores
Lafayette High School

160 Commodore Drive Oxford, MS
Stadium: William L. Buford Stadium
Colors: Red, White & Gold
Coach: Mike Moore


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1965  <-- 1995 <- 1996 -> 1997 --> 2021

1996 Season Highlights
 Mike Moore enters his 7th season as Head Coach at Lafayette.
 The Commodores finished 3rd in District 1.
 
1996 Season
 Date   Opponent  Score   
 Fri., Aug. 30  vs. Noxubee County    7   8   L       
 Fri., Sep. 6  vs. Houston    49   20   W       
 Fri., Sep. 13  @ Horn Lake    21   26   L       
 Fri., Sep. 20  vs. Water Valley    13   14   L       
 Fri., Sep. 27  vs. Holly Springs   *  40   6   W       
 Fri., Oct. 4  @ Itawamba County AHS   *  34   0   W       
 Fri., Oct. 11  vs. Hernando   *  26   0   W       
 Fri., Oct. 18  vs. Tishomingo County   *  30   14   W       
 Fri., Oct. 25  @ Alcorn Central   *  28   13   W       
 Fri., Nov. 1  @ Olive Branch   *  0   12   L       
 Fri., Nov. 8  vs. Oxford   *  0   7   L       
 
1996 Season Totals
  Record6-5
  Points Scored248
  Scoring Average22.5
  Points Allowed120
  Defense Average10.9
  Opponents Record63-60 -1
  District Record5-2
  Home Record4-3
  Away Record2-2
  
1996 Class 4A District 1 Standings
  Regular Season   Playoffs   District Record 
 Team  W/L/T  PF   PA  W/L/T PF   PA  W/L/T  PF  PA   Coach 
Olive Branch 10-12741480-114427-016487  Leslie Pool
Oxford 9-32961240-117196-120665  Robert Youngblood
Lafayette 6-52481205-215852  Mike Moore
Itawamba County AHS 4-61302304-3118151  Jimmy Mitchell
Hernando 7-42711933-4134146  Anthony Jenkins
Holly Springs 5-62262452-5124188  Sammy Greer
Alcorn Central 3-82253051-6131231  Andy Greening
Tishomingo County 2-91472460-780194  Jimmy Smith



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