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"DeSoto County's First Organized High School Football Program" 

Established in 1926



November 13th Game Result: OBHS 24 ..... Starkville Yellowjackets 46







By BOB BAKKEN Sports Editor - DeSoto Times-Tribune

Photo Courtesy - MARK ANDERSON

The venerable Leslie Pool Field in Olive Branch has seen plenty of exciting football games in the course of its history, but it had never seen anything like what it experienced Thursday night when DeSoto County rival DeSoto Central came to tackle the Conquistadors in a MHSAA 6A-1 gridiron battle.

The scoreboard standing at the end of the stadium, which is also unique by not identifying "Visitors" or "Home," but rather "Y'all" and "Us," also has not been worked over as much as it was in the Conquistadors' 87-86 triple-overtime victory over the Jaguars.

The result, now considered the highest-scoring high school football game in Mississippi history and fifth-highest scoring contest in national history, according to the National Federation of High Schools (NFHS), likely left everyone exhausted, from the players and coaches to fans, statisticians… everyone.

It was nothing they had ever seen before or experienced before.

"It was probably a four-and-a-half hour game, but everything just happened so fast," Olive Branch coach Steve Buckley said. "As a coach, you're just thinking about the next play and the next series. It was just one of those unbelievable games that I've never been a part of, never seen, and hope I never am a part of another like that."

It was a crazy game, but Buckley said his sideline still kept focus on the task at hand and not the constantly-changing scoreboard.

"Honestly, everybody was calm," Buckley said. "But, it was 243 plays in a ball game and there was no time to rest your brain at all. It was constant movement the whole ball game."

A high-profile star in the game did what was expected of him, as DeSoto Central senior running back Alan Lamar nearly single-handedly willed his Jaguars to victory.

Lamar rushed for 421 yards on 59 carries and nine touchdowns for DeSoto Central. The senior tied a state record with the yardage and the number of rushing touchdowns.

Lamar did more than just run the football, however, taking a punt 86 yards for a touchdown and throwing an 18-yard strike to Keshunn Abram for another score.

Lamar's name was involved in 11 of the 12 touchdowns scored by DeSoto Central.

On the other side, Olive Branch found plenty of ways to keep pace. Quarterback Brady Burse threw for 354 yards and eight touchdowns and running back Tarik Travis ran for 200 yards and three scores.

Buckley has been high all year on the progress Burse has made leading the team.

"Sometimes it takes a little while to totally understand what you are trying to accomplish offensively and how we attack people," Buckley said. "Every week, Brady is starting to understand our offense more. Not only Brady, but our receivers also."

The receiving tandem of Jay Banks, Jr., T.J. Moore and Jaylon Gale together caught a combined 16 passes for 349 yards and seven touchdowns in the game.

Several records were set by both sides after the game. Olive Branch official statistician Greg "Buz" Phillips listed seven Quistors' team records eclipsed, one team record tied and two individual records set.

Burse's 354 passing yards and eight touchdowns are new school records.

The Conquistadors tied a school record for 13 scoring plays (12 touchdowns and a field goal).

Team records set included most points by the Quistors, by an opponent and combined, combined first half points, most players with 100 or more pass receiving yards, combined total offense yards by two teams and combine all-purpose yardage by two teams.

Through all that, the difference came down to one play, however, as the Olive Branch defense stopped Lamar short of the goal line on a two-point try following a touchdown in the third overtime to end the game.

With it, the "Y'all vs. Us" scoreboard at Leslie Pool Field likely echoed a huge sigh of relief after having reflected in its lights such a historic battle between the two DeSoto County rivals.

Bob Bakken is Sports Editor and may be reached at 662-429-6397 ext. 240.


By CAM SMITH - USA TODAY High School Sports

It was an amazing night in more than one way for Alan Lamar. The superstar running back for DeSoto Central High accounted for 11 touchdowns in a single game, having a hand in each of his team’s scoring plays. Yet DeSoto still lost, by a score of 87-86, to Olive Branch in triple overtime.

For the record, Lamar had 9 touchdowns on the ground, returned a punt for a score and also passed for another. In other words, everything he touched turned to gold. Everything, that is, except a final 2-point conversion that would have won the game in the third OT. After Lamar’s final touchdown, from three yards out, had cut the deficit to one, Desoto Central football coach Matthew Wallace went for the gusto and called for a two-point conversion and the win.

It didn’t work out, which made it one of the only things that didn’t work out for Lamar all night.

In review, Lamar’s nine touchdown runs tied a state record, with two more thrown in for good measure. His team lost because Lamar was nearly matched by Olive Branch quarterback Brady Burse, who passed for 8 touchdowns and ran for another.

As for Lamar, the 5-foot-8 back has been receiving steadily increased attention from colleges, including recent scholarship offers from Air Force and Miami of Ohio. With a game like that, something tells us he’ll have plenty more coaches knocking at his door in the days ahead.


By JOHN VARLAS of The Commercial Appeal

Even after giving up almost 600 yards and 11 touchdowns to a single player, Olive Branch coach Steve Buckley was most proud of his defense Thursday night.

"I'm not going to be upset with our defense," the Quistors' first-year coach said. "Our defense won the game for us. It was just a weird, weird, weird game."

You could say that again.

In a season that has seen its share of high-scoring contests, Olive Branch and DeSoto Central took it to another level, with the Quistors prevailing 87-86 in triple overtime. Records from earlier eras are sketchy, but it's a very safe bet the game is the highest-scoring in DeSoto or Shelby County history.

"I've never been part of anything remotely like it before," Buckley said. "And I don't want to again."

Said Olive Branch's Parker Pulliam, who went the whole game at right tackle, "I got really exhausted, but you don't even really notice it. I was just like, 'Dang. This is crazy.' I don't know how the guys stuck it out."

After a 5-yard touchdown run by OB quarterback Brady Burse and Luis Garcia's 10th extra point of the game gave the Quistors an 87-80 lead, Alan Lamar scored his 10th touchdown of the game for DeSoto Central on a 3-yard run. Jaguars coach Matt Wallace had no hesitation in going for two and the victory, but Olive Branch snuffed out the play.

"It was like a heavyweight slugfest with both teams just trading haymakers for 12 rounds," said Wallace, who coached on crutches due to a hip problem.

"We were gassed. A lot of our players go both ways and we were just absolutely exhausted. It was the right call to make.

"I joked with one of the officials that anybody on either team associated with coaching defense should have been fired on the spot. It was a coach's nightmare."

And also one for the stat keepers.

The biggest night belonged to Lamar. The 5-9, 185-pound senior carried 59 times for 421 yards, scoring on runs of 60, 4, 5, 55, 11, 13, 4, 10 and 3 yards. In addition, he threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to Keshuun Abram and brought a punt back 86 yards for a touchdown, finishing with 597 total yards.

"And he had an 80-yard punt return called back," said Wallace. "He's the leading rusher in the state of Mississippi, runs a 4.3 (40-yard dash), has a 30 on his ACT and a 4.6 grade-point average but doesn't have a single offer from a Power Five school or from Memphis. Somebody's not doing their job."

OB's Burse also had a huge game, throwing for 354 yards and eight touchdowns — both school records — and running for a ninth. In two weeks, the 6-0, 170-pound senior has rewritten the Quistors record book; he set game records for completions (26) and attempts (41) in last week's loss to South Panola.

"Brady's coming along," said Buckley. "Sometimes it takes time with a new system, but he's really improved and recognizing what we're trying to do."

The teams combined for 1,323 yards. Rewatching the contest will require a significant time investment; there were 243 plays from scrimmage.

"There were a couple of times in the huddle where I told the guys 'Hey, we can pull this off. I have faith in us,'" said Jaguars quarterback Cameron Bowman, whose team trailed 35-15 early, then scored two touchdowns and two 2-point conversions in the final three minutes of regulation just to tie it.

"I've been playing with Brady since we were 8 years old and then with the DeSoto Central-Olive Branch rivalry. ... It was just wild. Unbelievable."


By COURTNEY CRONIN - The Clarion-Ledger

The score from Thursday night's DeSoto Central-Olive Branch matchup resembled more of a basketball final than it did a football game.

The Conquistadors beat the Jaguars, 87-86, in triple overtime. Despite his team's Week 8 loss, DeSoto running back Alan Lamar's breakout performance created a night that won't soon be forgotten.

The three-star running back had 55 carries for 412 yards and nine touchdowns. Lamar also threw an 18-yard touchdown pass and took a punt return 85 yards for a score. In total, the senior scored 11 of the Jaguars' 12 touchdowns. Following Lamar's last TD in the third overtime (a score from 3 yards out), DeSoto Central trailed Olive Branch by one. The Jaguars went for the 2-point conversation and the win, but Lamar was stopped short of the goal line.

The running back also tallied five tackles and a 60-yard kickoff return. His nine rushing touchdowns ties the state record, which was last matched by former Pearl running back Jordan Wright against Bastrop (La.) in 2014. Lamar currently leads Mississippi in rushing with 1,881 yards and 32 touchdowns. The three-star prospect has a 4.40 GPA and holds offers from the likes of Air Force, Navy and Yale.

Olive Branch quarterback Brady Burse also had a banner night with eight touchdown passes. Burse is tied for third in Mississippi high school football history for most single-game touchdown passes thrown.

Contact Courtney Cronin at (601) 961-7091 or ccronin@jackson.gannett.com. Follow @CourtneyRCronin on Twitter.



By JON BELL Sports Writer - DeSoto Times-Tribune

Thursday night, the Olive Branch football Conquistadors outscored the DeSoto Central Jaguars 87-86 in three overtimes.

In a game where defensive stops were limited, both teams scored on almost every possession.

DeSoto Central was led by their running back, Alan Lamar, who had part in 11 of their 12 touchdowns.

But the record-breaking play of quarterback Brady Burse and the Olive Branch wide receivers was enough to outscore DeSoto Central.

Burse threw for a school-high eight touchdowns.

The Conquistadors jumped out to a 34-15 lead in the first half.

Burse threw a touchdown pass each to Dontadrian Bruce and Jay Banks Jr., and he threw two to Jaylon Gale.

The other touchdown came from a 61-yard run by Tarik Travis.

Luis Garcia made four extra points and the Conquistadors failed on a two-point conversion attempt.

After falling behind, the Jaguars came back and gained the lead 35-34, as Lamar scored three rushing touchdowns and took a punt return in for another touchdown.

Cameron Bowman connected with Keshunn Abram for a touchdown pass, and Grant Foley made a 33-yard field goal.

Foley had one extra point blocked and made the other two, but the Jaguars failed to score on a pair of two-point conversions.

The Conquistadors gained back the lead on their next possession and went on a 22-7 run to make the score 56-42.

Travis ran for two touchdowns and Burse threw his fifth touchdown of the game to Banks Jr.

A two-point conversion by Burse and two extra points by Garcia gave Olive Branch 56 points.

The Jaguars score in that run was a 56 yard run by Lamar and the extra point by Foley gave them 42.

The two teams traded a few scores to bring the score to 63-54.

DeSoto Central’s Lamar ran for a touchdown and threw for one to Abram.

Foley missed an extra point and Olive Branch blocked the other.

Burse threw his school record-breaking touchdown to T.J. Moore, and Garcia made the extra point.

The Conquistadors then went up 70-54 on Burse’s seventh touchdown pass, his third to Gale, and looked in control of the game.

But a touchdown followed by a recovered onside kick led to the game-tying score by DeSoto Central.

Lamar scored both touchdowns and ran for one two-point conversion.

The other conversion was a pass from Bowman to Jesse Curry Jr.

That tied the game at 70-70 and sent it into overtime.

In the first overtime, Garcia of Olive Branch, and Xavier Maxwell of DeSoto Central both traded field goals.

In the second overtime, Lamar and Maxwell put the Jaguars up, but a pass from Burse to Gale, and Garcia with an extra point sent it to a third overtime at 80 points each.

The third overtime started with Burse’s first rushing touchdown and an extra point by Garcia.

After Lamar ran for another touchdown, he was stopped on a two-point conversion to end the game 87-86.

Jon Bell is a Sports Writer for the DeSoto Times-Tribune.


Article By BOB BAKKEN Sports Editor - DeSoto Times-Tribune

Photo By EDDIE GREGORY - DeSoto Times-Tribune

The upcoming MHSAA 6A-1 division football rivalry between defending state champion South Panola and the Olive Branch Conquistadors is about to get a little more than the usual interest this year.

Friday's game at Batesville will get national attention from The Great American Rivalry Series, which has chosen the contest as one of its collection of top-notch high school football rivalries across the country.

Part of the attention will come from a live Internet broadcast of the game on what is called the Great American Rivalry Sports Network. The game Friday night is one of 100 showdowns nationwide and the series is sponsored by the U.S. Marine Corps.

According to series founder Rick Ford, who started the series 12 years ago, “With all the traditions of these games including bonfires, pep rallies, and parades, high school football has brought communities together to watch their teams compete in these classic battles for more than a hundred years.”

Friday's winner will take home the Great American Rivalry Series Champions trophy, presented by the Marines. The game’s Most Valuable Player and the top student athlete from each school are also recognized as part of the series. Along with these awards, an alumnus from each school will be inducted into the 12th class of the Great American Rivalry Series Hall of Fame.

South Panola has a three-game winning streak in the series and leads the overall series with Olive Branch 29-10.

Last week, the top-ranked Tigers, coached by Lance Pogue, ran their record to 5-0 with a 50-20 division victory over Horn Lake.

Senior quarterback Tyler Pogue threw for 112 yards and three scores and Oluwain Hoskins ran for two touchdowns in the win.

The Conquistadors, under first-year Olive Branch coach Steve Buckley, a former Petal head coach and Southern Miss assistant coach, improved to 3-2 overall with a 22-13 defeat of county rival Southaven in the annual "Backyard Brawl."

Brady Burse threw for 107 yards and two touchdowns while Dontradian Bruce threw for another touchdown. All three ended up in the hands of Jay Banks, Jr.

More information and a link to the live and archived broadcasts can be found at www.GreatAmericanRivalry.com.

Bob Bakken is Sports Editor and may be reached at 662-429-6397 ext. 240.



Article By BOB BAKKEN Sports Editor - DeSoto Times-Tribune

Photo By EDDIE GREGORY - DeSoto Times-Tribune

Friday night's Backyard Brawl between Olive Branch and Southaven certainly lived up to its name, as the two schools started MHSAA 6A-1 play at Pool Field, a game eventually won by Olive Branch 22-13.

Defensive plays were a key part of the Conquistadors' victory, which moved Olive Branch to 3-2 for the season and dropped the Chargers also to 3-2 for the year.

But the offensive combination of Olive Branch quarterback Brady Burse to receiver Jay Banks Jr. for three touchdowns was the offensive difference for the Quistors.

Southaven opened the scoring in the first quarter after an exchange of punts and a short drive stalled at the Olive Branch 13. Luis Lopez kicked a 30-yard field goal with 4:36 left in the quarter for a 3-0 Charger lead at the end of the first quarter of play.

Olive Branch snatched the lead away early in the second quarter when quarterback Burse hit Banks Jr. on a 27-yard touchdown pass with 11:53 left in the half. Olive Branch quick snapped the conversion try and ran it in for the two-point conversion and a 8-3 lead. The score culminated a 57-yard scoring drive.

The Chargers moved within two points of the Quistors on a drive that started at the Southaven 20 after a touchback on the kickoff later in the quarter. Southaven drove to the Olive Branch one-yard line, but penalties stopped the drive and Lopez kicked his second field goal of the night, a 27-yard attempt with 7:27 left before halftime and the Olive Branch lead was cut to 8-6.

But the Conquistadors increased the lead later in the quarter when Burse hit Banks Jr. again for a touchdown, this time a 33-yard strike with 3:08 remaining in the half and Olive Branch had fashioned a 15-6 lead, which became the halftime score.

The Chargers again closed the gap in the third quarter after an interception gave Southaven the ball on the Olive Branch 46 yard line. The drive was climaxed by a 19-yard pass from quarterback Matthew Martin to T.J. Campbell for a touchdown with 6:30 remaining in the third quarter, as the Chargers drew within 15-13 Olive Branch and that score would hold going into the fourth quarter.

Late in the contest, a fourth-and-long attempt for a first down was stopped at the Southaven 38-yard line and one play later, Burse had hooked up with Banks Jr. again for the third time and a 22-13 lead with 3:55 remaining.

Southaven threatened late in the contest, but when stopped deep in Olive Branch territory, a 36-yard field goal attempt by Lopez was blocked by Devin Johnson and kept points off the board with just over two minutes remaining.

Bob Bakken is Sports Editor and may be reached at 662-429-6397 ext. 240.



By BOB BAKKEN Sports Editor - DeSoto Times-Tribune 

New Olive Branch football coach Steve Buckley has challenged his team to learn a new system and he has been pleased with the Conquistadors' response.

"This team has been eager to learn our new system, both on offense and defense," Buckley said in previewing this year's squad.

Olive Branch, 5-6 overall last season and 2-5 in MHSAA 6A Region 1 under former coach Jeremy Toungett, will count on three returning starters on offense and four returners on defense to shoulder much of the leadership load in the first year under the former Petal head coach and Southern Miss assistant coach.

Buckley specifically pointed to defensive back Sanchez Blake as one of the team's top impact players.

"He is a physical football player with outstanding cover skills," Buckley said.

As a junior last fall, Blake was involved in 33 solo tackles and assisted on 46 others. He also picked off a pass and recovered two fumbles.

Others listed by the new Olive Branch coach as key players this season are Robert Miller, Demetrius Harris, Brady Burse, Donavan Watkins and Jay Banks.

As a backup to last year's quarterback Mario Nolan-Dillard, Burse threw for 332 yards and had the best completion percentage at .512. Burse threw for two touchdowns and was intercepted three times.

Miller made 11 tackles and assisted on 41 others on defense last season. Harris took care of 24 tackles and chipped in on 61 others as a junior last season He also had 10 tackles for loss.

Watkins scored four touchdowns as a running back for Olive Branch while averaging 5.7 yards per carry and had one game of more than 100 yards.

Banks tallied five touchdowns receiving 29 passes for 476 yards, a 16.4 yard per catch average.

A total of 23 seniors graduated from last year's Olive Branch but 21 letter winners return to the team.

Our goal is one week at a time," Buckley said. "We need to prepare each week to execute our game plan."

Bob Bakken is Sports Editor and may be reached at 662-429-6397 ext. 240.



By BOB BAKKEN Sports Editor - DeSoto Times-Tribune

On arguably the hottest day of the year thus far, with heat indices eclipsing 105 degrees, eight area high schools took the field for the first DeSoto County 7-on-7 Football Shootout Thursday at the Olive Branch Soccer Fields.

In the end, the Olive Branch Conquistadors defeated DeSoto Central 24-20 to win the first tournament of its type in DeSoto County.

Seven of the eight county schools were represented in the tournament, primarily put together by DeSoto Central athletic director/coach Matt Wallace. Senatobia completed the field playing a game many football programs are embracing as a means of off-season competition and conditioning for offensive receivers, quarterbacks and the defensive secondary.

The Conqustadors had to beat the Jaguars twice to win the title, taking the first game in the championship round 20-11.

Olive Branch got to the finals through wins over Lake Cormorant and Southaven, before a loss to DeSoto Central put the Quistors into the losers' bracket. There, Olive Branch beat Southaven 27-18 to reach the final round.

DeSoto Central made the final round with victories over Lewisburg, Senatobia, and Olive Branch.

The tournament bracket seedings were determined after pool play in the morning.

Southaven and DeSoto Central went 3-0 in pool play, Senatobia and Olive Branch were 2-1 and Horn Lake, Lake Cormorant and Center Hill were 1-2.

Horn Lake coach Brad Boyette said his squad stays busy in the summer with 7-on-7 football, such as a tournament this weekend in Cape Girardeau, Mo., but was quite impressed with the first year of this event, which organizers hope can double in size next summer.

"I think it's (the game is) big for our young quarterbacks," Boyette said. "It's an opportunity for those guys to get somewhat of a game situation and can make mistakes. I'd rather they make them in 7-on-7 than Friday night in the fall. We can go do conditioning and run, but here they are in a situation where they are competing and going at a higher speed and it's better conditioning than anything we can do as a team."

Senatobia football coach Michael Fair said he was glad to have his team involved in the tournament.

"It gives us a chance to compete against some really good talent," said Fair. "We get to work on some offensive things, get our timing down and that type stuff. But, more than anything, we just get to compete and come up here against some really good football teams that are really coached well and see how we stack up against them."

Boyette said he was grateful that his team got to play in a tournament so close to home.

"I think it's awesome the sponsors, like Ortho Memphis, Memphis Barbecue Company and Strike Zone Lanes are involved in this," Boyette said. "They're investing in the kids of DeSoto County. I think this is something that's really going to be huge in the future."

Bob Bakken is Sports Editor and may be reached at 662-429-6397 ext. 240.



Photo and Article By BOB BAKKEN Sports Editor - DeSoto Times-Tribune

New Olive Branch High School coach Steve Buckley gave local Rotarians a sneak peek into his playbook and the future of Conquistador football Tuesday as he talked about his team and the vision he brings to the program.

"On offense, we're going to be a no-huddle, tempo offense," Buckley, a native of Natchez said. "Defensively, I want to be as multiple as I can be. I love to blitz, I love to bring different pressure packages, so we're going to be versatile on defense."

A former assistant coach at Southern Miss and LSU, Buckley was the guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Olive Branch meeting at the Olive Branch Country Club.

Buckley has taken on a program that is seeking stability along with a return to state championship-caliber success after missing the MHSAA 6A playoffs the past two seasons. The Quistors finished 7-5 but missed out on the postseason in Scott Samsel's last year at the helm in 2013, followed by a 2014 campaign under Jeremy Toungett that ended 5-6 overall with another pass on the playoffs.

Buckley, who coached Petal High School to the 2011 MHSAA 6A state title game against Olive Branch, which the Quistors won 35-34, believes it's time to put the past behind and start to look forward.

"The last few years have been trying," Buckley said. "The students of Olive Branch High School deserve the support of this great community. There are good kids at this school."

A total of 138 youngsters are out for football this season, said Buckley, who recognizes that success on the field has a great impact on the school and the community, adding it's important for the city to get behind his team.

"I think Friday nights in Mississippi are special," he said. "I think Friday nights give an opportunity to bring a community together like nothing else can do. Without a supportive community, you'll never have a successful football program."

With that in mind, Buckley wants to jumpstart the season ticket program that last year sold only 120 out of 336 possible "blue seats" at Pool Field.

"When people buy blue seats, the money is in the bank before the season starts," Buckley said. "That's vital. At the last school I was at, we put $214,000 in the athletic department account before the first game. It can be done here."

Buckley is also starting a Touchdown Club booster organization with a $200 membership fee that will put past groups under one umbrella and meet Tuesday nights during the football season at the high school after practice.

The upcoming schedule for Buckley's first season will be challenging. Non-district games will include a season-opening Saturday night home contest against Brentwood Academy of suburban Nashville, Tenn. on Aug. 22.

After that, a home contest against Charleston, followed by a road trip to Memphis University School on Sept. 4 and another road trip to White Station (Memphis) will set up an open date followed by the start of MHSAA 6A Region 1 district play with a home game Sept. 25 against Southaven.

In addition to the Saturday night home opener being not played on the traditional Friday night, Olive Branch will host DeSoto Central on Thursday, Oct. 8.

Buckley said he is looking forward to putting together a first-class program at Olive Branch.

"This is not about me and it's not about the last coach, or the last coach, or the last coach," Buckley said. "It's about the kids, not just the football players but the kids of Olive Branch High School. They deserve community support and they deserve school support."

Bob Bakken is Sports Editor and may be reached at 662-429-6397 ext. 240.






 August 22 (Sat)

    Brentwood Academy (TN) 

 7 PM 


 August 28


 7 PM 


 September 4 

     Memphis University School 

7 PM


 September 11 

   Memphis White Station 

 7 PM       Away

 September 18

   - - - - OPEN DATE - - - - 

 September 25

 * Southaven

 7 PM 


 October 2 

 * South Panola

 7 PM 


 October 8 (Thurs)

 * DeSoto Central

 7 PM 


 October 16

 * Horn Lake

 7 PM 


 October 23

 * Columbus

 7 PM 


 October 30 

 * Hernando

 7 PM 


 November 6

 * Tupelo

 7 PM 



 * MHSAA Region 1 - 6A Game


(For a printable version of the schedule go to the "Downloads" section at the top left side of this webpage)




SHOW YOUR SCHOOL SPIRIT!  The Olive Branch School Specialty Vehicle Tags are now available for purchase at the DeSoto County Tax Collector's Office on B.J. Chain Drive off Hwy. 305 in Olive Branch.  The tag has a Conquistador school logo and swords set on a gold background on the left side along with letters "OB" on the right side of the right side and  "Olive Branch High School" is printed on the bottom.

On March 31, 2009 the Mississippi Legislature passed an amendment presented by former State Senator Merle Flowers into a conference report that will create a distinctive motor vehicle license plate for Olive Branch High School.  The tag will cost an additional thirty-one dollars, with approximately twenty-four dollars from each license plate sold going directly to the Olive Branch Football Booster Club.  

Thanks Senator Flowers and OBHS Supporters for Your Help in this Project!



The Olive Branch Football Booster Club has retained the services of Conquistador Photographer Mark Anderson again this season.  Mr. Anderson works the sidelines during OBHS games photographing Quistor players and taking action shots of the plays as they happen.

You can view and order his pictures from his website by clicking on the rotating camera to the left or at www.marksthespot.shutterfly.com   Use the following password once you scroll to the site by typing in: obhs



OBHS Brick Banner

Olive Branch High School would appreciate your donation to help with the renovation to Leslie Pool Field.  All Olive Branch High School students, alumni, Boosters, former Lettermen, parents, friends and neighbors are invited and encouraged to participate in this once in a lifetime opportunity.

The Spirit Brick program will establish a "Bricked Courtyard" at the main gate into Pool Field.  Your customized Spirit Brick will be placed in the Pool Field Courtyard to become a permanent piece of OBHS legacy.  We want you to have an opportunity to commemorate a special event in someone's life, honor a friend or family member or memoralize someone special to show your Conquistador spirit.

With OBHS Spirit Bricks, you can be one of the first to forever immoralize your school spirit and show your support for Olive Branch High School and the Pool Field renovation project.  Donate a piece of history with your personalized brick and for Conquistadors past, present and future.

Click on the banner above for additional information.



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