LBMS Football

22 days ago


Jayme Hodge
LBMS Head Coach

Assistant Coach: Anthony VanCourt

Assistant Coach: Tims Quinn


Jayme Hodge

LBMS Football Head Coach

Coach Jayme Hodge is in his 5th season at Long Beach as Head Middle School Football and Track Coach and his 12th year teaching and coaching overall. Previously Coach Hodge spent a year at Bay High as the Varsity football Wide Receivers and Defensive Backs Coach. He started his coaching career at Picayune Memorial High School where he would work under Hall of Fame Coach Dodd Lee for 6 years from 2012-2018 as Wide Receivers and Assistant Defensive Backs coach. He also was the Head Coach of the Picayune Junior High team in 2015 and the defensive coordinator for the Junior High from 2012-2014. Coach Hodge was a part of numerous district championships as well as a South State Championship, Junior High Championship in 2013, and State Championship in 2013. Coach Hodge was also an assistant varsity softball coach at Picayune from 2012-2017 working with the outfield and pitchers. He also was a Co-HC of the Junior High team from 2012-2014. He was a part of a South State championship for softball in 2017. Coach Hodge graduated from St.John High School in 2005 where he played football for Hall of Fame Coach Buddy Singleton and baseball under the guidance of former Long Beach and Ms State Alumni Chris Reinike as his pitching coach. He graduated from The University of Southern Mississippi with a degree in Sports Coaching Education. Coach Hodge is an avid Alabama Crimson Tide fan.. His favorite teams are Alabama and anyone playing LSU or Auburn. He also loves the Atlanta Braves, New Orleans Saints, and Kansas City Chiefs. He is married to the former Laura Mackay of Pass Christian and they have two children Aiden and Emma.


Anthony VanCourt

LBMS Assistant Coach


Johnny Walker

LBMS Assistant Coach

ATTENTION MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYERS and PARENTS

Please understand the importance of attending practice. Practice is crucial for coaches to teach and evaluate each player. When players don't show up for practice it demonstrates a lack of respect for the effort we as a team put into becoming better players, coaches, and people. When you don't attend practice it is as though we, the football team, are not as important to you as other things. We understand things will come up, but we also need to make a committment to be at every practice. Thanks, MS Football Staff

LBMS football

LBMS....Incoming 7th and 8th grade students that are interested in joining the LBMS football team. Parents, email Coach Hodge at James.hodge@lbsdk12.com

LBMS Summer football Schedule May, June
summer football workdays