SE Lauderdale's Ty Trahan Leaving for Southern Miss

By: Nick Adam
By: Nick Adam

VIMVILLE - A day after news broke that West Lauderdale head football coach Stan McCain would be leaving Collinsville for Kosciusko, Southeast Lauderdale head coach Ty Trahan says he is leaving the Tigers to head to Southern Miss as a graduate assistant. Trahan was the head man at Southeast for 3 years, and now he goes back to Hattiesburg to begin a college coaching career.

Southeast principal and former football coach Dwane Taylor was reached for comment Friday as well. He says he supports Trahan's decision, and moving forward he plans to speak to coaches within the program and outside the Southeast family to find Trahan's replacement.

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  • by bruce Location: southeast meridian on Aug 4, 2009 at 06:43 AM
    I WISH COACH TRAHAN LOTS OF LUCK AT USM. MY SON PLAYED UNDER HIM FOR HIS 9TH AND 10TH GRADES. I BELIEVE THAT HE LEARN ALOT FROM COACHES STYLE. HE TO ME WAS A GOOD COACH.
  • by unknown Location: unknown on Jun 8, 2009 at 10:49 AM
    According to a lot of gathered infromation Kemper County's head coach Brock Clay has left Kemper to take a position job at West Lauderdale.
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