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Walnut Football Team History


Walnut Wildcats
Walnut High School

280 Commerce Walnut, MS
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Colors: Red, White & Black
Coach: Timmy Moore


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1963  <-- 2009 <- 2010 -> 2011 --> 2020

2010 Season Highlights
 Timmy Moore enters his 16th season as Head Coach at Walnut.
 The Wildcats finished 3rd in District 1.
 The Wildcats set a team record for most points scored by both teams with 102 points.
 
2010 Season
 
 Date   Opponent  Score   
 Fri., Aug. 20  @ Wheeler    45   22   W       
 Thu., Aug. 26  vs. Falkner    42   7   W       
 Fri., Sep. 3  vs. Alcorn Central    34   0   W       
 Thu., Sep. 9  @ Middleton TN  50   0   W       
 Fri., Sep. 17  @ Kossuth    28   32   L       
 Fri., Sep. 24  vs. Booneville    47   46   W       
 Fri., Oct. 1  vs. Bruce   *  21   7   W       
 Fri., Oct. 8  @ Baldwyn   *  27   48   L       
 Fri., Oct. 15  vs. Mantachie   *  69   33   W       
 Fri., Oct. 22  @ Calhoun City   *  0   37   L       
 Fri., Oct. 29  vs. Hatley   *  42   28   W       
 Playoffs 
 Fri., Nov. 5  @ Eupora    13   26   L       1st Round Playoffs 
 
2010 Season Totals
  Record8-4
  Points Scored418
  Scoring Average34.8
  Points Allowed286
  Defense Average23.8
  Opponents Record58-84
  District Record3-2
  Home Record6-0
  Away Record2-4
  
2010 Class 2A 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 
Calhoun City 15-15751744-1165755-016554  Perry Liles
Baldwyn 7-63633361-167504-1161118  Michael Gray
Walnut 8-44182860-113263-2159153  Timmy Moore
Bruce 4-82792670-120352-312695  James Ray
Mantachie 3-82813861-497207  Andrew Aldridge
Hatley 5-63492550-592173  Sam Wilson



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