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Bobby Hall
Hometown: Baldwyn, MS
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Coach Bobby Hall is a championship football coach who led gridirion programs at Raleigh, Amory, Louisville, Wayne County, Madison Central, and Biloxi. A graduate of Baldwyn High, he received his degree at Ole Miss. he started his 39-year coaching career at Itawamba High as an assistant football coach in 1978. Coach Hall received his first head coaching assignment at Raleigh High in 1980. He arrived at Amory High in 1984 and guided the Panthers to state runner-up finishes in 1987 and 1988. He then departed for Louisville High in 1990, where he promptly led the Wildcats to the 1991 state championship. He returned to Amory in 1993 and led the football program to national prominence with state championships in 1994, 1995, and 1998, all with perfect 15-0 seasons. Coach Hall then served as head coach at Northeast Community College from 2001 to 2002, before leading the Tupelo Fire Ants in arena football from 2003 to 2004. After working two seasons as an assistant coach at Murray State, Coach Hall arrived at Madsion Central in 2006 as head football coach and athletic director. He arrived at Biloxi in 2015, where he currently works as head coach. In his 34 years as a high school football coach, he paced his teams to a record of 307 wins and only 97 losses, along with 22 regional crowns, 12 North State semi-final appearances, 2 state runner-up finishes and 4 state championships. His 1995 Amory squad was nationally ranked as the #16 team in the nation, and his 2009 Madison Central team finished as the #10 team in America in the prestigious USA Today polls. In the JUCO ranks, Coach Hall led Northeast to a record of 19-10 in two seasons, including the MACJC North division title in 2002. In addition to 17 region Coach of the Year honors, Coach Hall was selected as Coach of the Year by the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal in 1987 and 1984, the Clarion Ledger in 1995, the MAC in 1998 and BankPlus Blitz 16 in 2009. He was named the Community College Coach of the Year by the MAC and MACJC in 2002.