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Gulfport Football Team History


Gulfport Admirals
Gulfport High School

100 Perry Street Gulfport, MS
Stadium: Joseph W. Milner Stadium
Colors: Royal Blue & Orange
Coach: John Archie


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1908  <-- 2019 <- 2020 -> 2021 --> 2022

2020 Season Highlights
 John Archie enters his 3rd season as Head Coach at Gulfport.
 The Admirals finished 8th in District 4.
 The Admirals set a team record for losses in a season with 9.
 
2020 Season
 Date   Opponent  Score   
 Fri., Sep. 4  @ Oak Grove    29   52   L       
 Fri., Sep. 11  @ Picayune    34   41   L       
 Fri., Sep. 18   Pearl River Central    42   14   W       
 Fri., Sep. 25  vs. Brandon   *  13   20   L (4OT)      
 Fri., Oct. 2  vs. West Harrison   *  0   1   #Lost       
 Fri., Oct. 9  @ Hancock   *  0   1   #Lost       
 Fri., Oct. 16  vs. Harrison Central   *  7   27   L       
 Fri., Oct. 23  vs. DIberville   *  13   22   L       
 Sat., Oct. 31  @ Ocean Springs   *  10   17   L       
 Fri., Nov. 6  vs. Biloxi   *  6   7   L       
 
2020 Season Totals
  Record1-9
  Points Scored154
  Scoring Average15.4
  Points Allowed202
  Defense Average20.2
  Opponents Record68-41
  District Record0-7
  Home Record0-5
  Away Record0-4
  
2020 Class 6A District 4 Standings
  Regular Season   Playoffs   District Record 
 Team  W/L/T  PF   PA  W/L/T PF   PA  W/L/T  PF  PA   Coach 
DIberville 10-13271751-161607-021780  Larry Dolan
Harrison Central 8-33511821-163625-220897  Casey Cain
Ocean Springs 9-33401770-114175-2168111  Blake Pennock
Biloxi 6-42511840-134544-3152130  Katlan French
Hancock 4-61381923-488114  Neil Lollar
Saint Martin 4-71882310-116343-4113150  Eddie Whitehead
West Harrison 2-8953361-636249  Quincy Patrick
Gulfport 1-91542020-74995  John Archie



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