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2017 District Tri-Champions
Head Coach: Steven Hohenberger
Assistant Head Coach (Backs): Tony Grosso
Defensive Coordinator (Safeties): Larry McFarlin
Special Teams Coordinator (Outside Linebackers): Jeremy Beshirs
Assistant Coaches: Billy Barefield (Quarterbacks), Eric Bradley (Offensive Line), Broderick Gaffney (Defensive Line), Matt Green (Offensive Line), Brandon Hampton (Defensive Line), Greg Hinkle (Wide Receivers), Michael Johnson (Cornerbacks), Roderick Mitchell (Defensive Assistant), Bailey Nelson (Offensive Assistant) Tony Sanders (Equipment), Barrett Shirey (Power), Herb Smith (Inside Linebackers)
Athletic Trainer: Chad Helberg
Assistant Athletic Trainer: Brittney Barefield
Junior High Coaches: Peter Allen, Mike Anthony, Jerry Brannen, Gerald Floyd, Patrick Moore, Hank Tullis, Cedric Williams
2018 PISD Football Schedules: Domwload pdf file. (Note: This schedule is prepared before the season begins and is subject to change; rely on the PHS Football Events Calendar on the right side of this page for up-to-date information on games and times).
2018 Prospectus: Steven Hohenberger starts his sixth season at the controls of the Wildcat football program with a 36-23 overall mark (61.0 winning percentage), which ranks fourth all-time among PHS coaches with at least 4 years’ tenure behind Bill Hicks (.657), Allen Wilson (.641), and Raymond Berry (.621). His PHS teams have won 3 district championships (19-6 district record) with 5 straight playoff appearances and twice have advanced to the regional semifinals.
2017 Record: 7-4 (4-1 district, lost in Class 4A-I bi-district to Crandall, 28-7)
2017 Honors (returning lettermen in italics):
During the season, single game tickets are sold weekly at the athletic office and on game days in the Paris High School Store. Reserved seats are $10, adult advance general admission $5, and advance student tickets $3. All general admission tickets are $6 at the gate.
Can't make it to the stadium to watch the Cats in action? Then listen to all the exciting play-by-play calls from Steven Johnson and Robert High on KBUS-FM, 101.9. The Paris Wildcats Huddle starts at 6:30 p.m. and the pre-game show at 7 leads into the 7:30 kickoff. KBUS live audio streams can be found on the internet.
Sections A and B (south end of the home side bleachers nearest Loop 286) are reserved for Paris ISD
students only. An additional concession stand and restroom facilities are available for convenient
student access at the south end of the stadium.
Any PISD student, grades pre-K through 12, must either sit with a parent/guardian or in the designated
student sections. PISD students will be issued wristbands when they purchase their tickets. They must
wear the wristbands when they enter the stadium and may not remove the wristbands while at the
The wristband will be used by PISD administrative staff to record visits to the concession stand and/or
restroom facilities. A student will be allowed to leave the bleachers to visit that area twice during a
game. If the student leaves the bleachers a third time, he or she will be removed from the stadium.
Other provisions of the policy remain the same from previous seasons: