5A-Division II Hallsville

Coaching Staff Information

Updated for 2022
The fields with bold titles are REQUIRED.
Basic Info
School Name : Hallsville
Head Football Coach : Josh Strickland
Office phone number : 9036685990
Cell phone number : 9033870508
Work e-mail address : [email protected]
Head Coach Twitter Name : @JoshStrick
Stadium Changes :
Previous Season Summary
Wins : 3
Losses : 7
Returning Lettermen : 30
Returning Off. Starters : 5
Returning Def. Starters : 6
Team Info
Team twitter : @HvilleTXBobcats
Offensive Coordinator : N/A
Offensive Coordinator e-mail address :
Defensive Coordinator : Gregory Gaston
Defensive Coordinator e-mail address : [email protected]
Offensive Formation : Power Spread
Defensive Formation : 4-3
Background Information
2022 College Prospects

Include position, height,
weight, & 40 time.
: Jace Moseley - QB, 6'1" 175
Cortavion McMillan - DE, 6'3" 245
Ashton Garza - TE, 6'4" 230
Drew Jones - OL, 6'3" 290
What do you expect to be your team's biggest strength this season? : Overall experience since the staff change happened last summer.
Position Strengths - QB, DL
What do you see as your team's biggest concern this season? : Replacing the production we had at the RB position
List all previous head coaching & assistant coaching experience. : 2005 - Asst Sulphur Springs HS
2006 - 2013 - Asst and OC at Springtown HS
2014 - OC at Crandall HS
2015-2020 - OC at Northwest Eaton HS
2021 - Present - HC Hallsville HS
List any state titles you've been a part of as a head coach, assistant coach, or player in any sport. :
High School : Hallsville HS
College/University : University of Texas - Austin
What has been your most exciting moment or game in your coaching career? :
Are your football games broadcast on the radio? : Yes, 92.3 The Depot
I am always looking for a great human interest or unique story, please share that information with me. :
What is the biggest challenge facing Texas High School Football right now? : Making sure that the veteran coaches of this state do their job in not only coaching our kids but also making sure young coaches understand the importance of what we do.

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