Purvis High School - Athletics - Baseball

Baseball

Academic
Year
Class Coach Final
Record
Season Results
2000-2001 8-3A Tony Farlow 14-11 Lost 1st round playoff (West Lauderdale) 0-2
2001-2002 8-3A Tony Farlow 29-9 Won 1st round playoff (North Pike) 2-0
Won 2nd round playoff (Morton) 2-0
Won 3A South State Championship (Greene Co.) 2-1
Lost 3A State Championship (Senatobia) 0-2
2002-2003 8-3A Tony Farlow 24-9 Won 1st round playoff (Morton) 2-1
Won 2nd round playoff (Philadelphia) 2-0
Lost 3A South State Championship (Greene Co.) 1-2
2003-2004 8-3A Tony Farlow 32-6 Won 1st round Double Elimination Tournament (Carthage, Morton, West Marion) 3-1
Won 2nd round playoff (Raleigh) 2-0
Won 3A South State Championship (West Lauderdale) 2-1
Won 3A State Championship (Cleveland) 2-1
Ranked #1 in the Clarion Ledger final season poll.
2004-2005 8-3A Tony Farlow 24-11 Won 1st round Double Elimination Tournament (Columbia, Franklin Co., Hazelhurst) 3-0
Won 2nd round playoff (Morton) 2-0
Won 3A South State Championship (West Lauderdale) 2-1
Won 3A State Championship (Senatobia) 2-0
2005-2006 8-3A Tony Farlow 10-12 Missed Playoffs
2006-2007 8-3A Tony Farlow 21-13 Won 1st round playoff (South East Lauderdale) 2-0
Won 2nd round playoff (Richland) 2-0
Won 3A South State Championship (Sumrall) 2-1
Lost 3A State Championship (Nettleton) 1-2
2007-2008 8-3A Tony Farlow 17-10 Won 3A 1st round playoff (Jefferson Co.) 2-0
Lost 3A 2nd round playoff (Newton Co.) 0-2
2008-2009 8-3A Tony Farlow 23-8 Won 3A 1st round playoff (Magee) 2-0
Won 3A 2nd round playoff (Newton Co.) 2-1
Won 3A 3rd round playoff (Perry Central) 2-0
Lost 3A South State Championship (Sumrall) 0-2
2009-2010 8-4A Tony Farlow 17-10 Lost 4A 1st round playoff (West Lauderdale) 1-2
2010-2011 8-4A Tony Farlow 20-8 Bye 4A 1st round playoff (Received bye for winning district championship)
Won 4A 2nd round playoff (Lawrence Co.) 2-0
Won 4A 3rd round playoff (Magee) 2-1
Lost 4A South State Championship (Columbia) 0-2
2011-2012 7-4A Tony Farlow 26-5 Bye 4A 1st round playoff (Received bye for winning district championship)
Won 4A 2nd round playoff (Newton Co.) 2-0
Won 4A 3rd round playoff (Richland) 2-0
Won 4A South State Championship (West Lauderdale) 2-0
Won 4A State Championship (Lewisburg) 2-1
#1 in state and #5 in nation in team ERA.
2012-2013 7-4A Tony Farlow 15-12 Bye 4A 1st round playoff (Received bye for winning district championship)
Lost 4A 2nd round playoff (Germantown) 0-2
13 seasons 272-124
69%
12 playoff appearances
36 playoff rounds played (57-24)
5 District Championships('02, '05, '11, '12, '13)
5 South State Championships ('02, '04, '05, '07, '12)
3 State Championships ('04, '05, '12)

(*) The records, opponents, and season results have been verified using microfilm of past issues of the Hattiesburg American located in Cook Library on the campus of the University of Southern Mississippi.

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