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Fair Park High School
3222 Greenwood Rd
City: Shreveport, LA, LA 71109-5235
318-635-1165
Website
Mascot: Indians | School Colors: Black, Gold | District: 1-4A
Football coach and team information
Head coach and years at school:
Lent Bursey / 4th year
Head Coach School Record:
N/A
Coach's Overall Record:
N/A
Homefield:
FPHS
Last Years Record:
In 2009: 1-9
Previous Championships:
1952
Base Offense:
Pro Set
Base Defense:
4-3
More football team information

Last Years Playoff Results:
did not make the playoffs

Returning Starters:
8 on offense, 6 on defense

Key Player Losses:
Athlete Desmond Hill, DL Carlos Williams

Top Returning Players:
RB Ronnie Prelow 6'1 190(Jr), RB/FS Justin Fortson 5'8 175(Jr), QB Brandon Brown (Jr), G Theland Hill 5'9 210 (Jr), TE Joe Robinson 6'2 190 (Jr), DB Savion Brown 6'2 195 (Soph), C Ledarren Harris (Jr), DB Trent Hall (Jr)

Team Synopsis:
Starting the nucleus of his team for a thrid year, Coach Lent Bursey is getting closer to realizing success. All of the top players on the Indians' squad are underclassmen who are getting better every year. Several players will go both ways to get the best athletes on the field at all times.

Fair Park (1-4A) Football Schedule
School
Opponent
Wk
Game Date
Dst-Cls
H/A
Win/Loss
Score
Fair Park 
Washington, B.T. 
Fr-Sep 06, 13 
1-3A 
W (1-0-0) 
34 - 6
Fair Park 
Southwood 
Fr-Sep 13, 13 
1-5A 
W (2-0-0) 
38 - 19
Fair Park 
Green Oaks 
Fr-Sep 20, 13 
1-3A 
W (3-0-0) 
20 - 12
Fair Park 
Huntington 
Th-Sep 26, 13 
1-4A 
W (4-0-0) 
36 - 13
Fair Park 
Minden 
Fr-Oct 04, 13 
1-4A 
W (5-0-0) 
34 - 21
Fair Park 
Benton 
Fr-Oct 11, 13 
1-4A 
W (6-0-0) 
38 - 19
Fair Park 
Northwood - Shrev. 
Th-Oct 17, 13 
1-4A 
L (6-1-0) 
12 - 45
Fair Park 
Loyola Prep 
Fr-Oct 25, 13 
1-4A 
L (6-2-0) 
12 - 13
Fair Park 
Woodlawn - Shrev. 
Th-Oct 31, 13 
1-4A 
L (6-3-0) 
0 - 8
Fair Park 
North DeSoto 
10 
Th-Nov 07, 13 
1-4A 
L (6-4-0) 
16 - 24
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