Eight more South Mississippi football teams wrapped up their seasons Nov. 6.
Below is a look back at 2015 for Biloxi, George County, Hancock and St. Martin.
Record: 3-8 overall, 0-7 Region 4-6A
Quick hits: The Bobby Hall era at Biloxi got off to a 2-1 start, but the Indians faded once region 4-6A play cranked up. Hall made a point to improve Biloxi's defense, which he did cutting points surrendered from 426 in 2014 to 311 this year. Hampered by injuries for parts of the season, the offense took a step back, however, scoring 155 points in 11 games -- compared to 292 a year ago. The Indians' record is identical to 2014.
Statistical leaders: Coming off of a 100-catch, 1,300-yard season as a sophomore, expectations were high for WR Tim Jones. The standout missed the first three games but still finished with 37 receptions for 743 yards and seven touchdowns. Junior RBs Zech Bracket and Martel Turner led BHS with 771 and 561 rushing yards respectively.
Looking ahead: The good news for Biloxi is the bulk of the team's skill players will be back. Biloxi also had a number of young RBs get reps late in the season. Another spring learning Hall's triple-option offense will do nothing but help.
Record: 6-5 overall, 2-5 Region 4-6A
Quick hits: John Douglass has continued to improve the Rebels. After a five-win 2014 campaign, the Rebels opened the season 4-0 before turnovers and miscues seemed to get the best of them.
Statistical leaders: LaRaymond Spivery had moments where he stole the show in his first season as the full-time QB. The junior completed 69 percent of his passes for 2,273 yards -- second on the Coast -- and 17 touchdowns. He also rushed for 896 yards and 17 scores, but threw 15 interceptions. Senior Khalil Burns rushed for 1,034 yards and 11 touchdowns. Juniors Tyrese Fryfogle and Dwan Williams combined for 111 receptions, 1,691 yards and 14 touchdowns. Tight end Brandon Walley caught 29 passes for 313 yards and a TD.
Looking ahead: Looks like the majority of the band will be back for 2016 as only Burns and Walley graduate from the playmakers group. Look out for GCHS in '16.
Record: 4-8 overall, 1-6 Region 4-6A
Quick hits: The Hawks stormed out of the gate in search of a second consecutive playoff berth, but after winning their first three games Hancock slipped into an 0-7 stretch that carried over into region play.
Statistical leaders: QB Aaron Feazelle did a good job replacing dual-threat Chase Fagan. The senior passed for 2,245 yards and 15 touchdowns and was second on the team in rushing with 629 yards and seven touchdowns. The passing game was dealt a blow when tall WR Heath Dedeaux was injured mid-way through the season. The junior still ended up with 24 receptions for 381 yards and three touchdowns. Despite missing three games, Michael Scardino led HHS in rushing (639 yards, six touchdowns) and receiving (35 receptions, 531 yards and four touchdowns).
Looking ahead: The Hawks graduate a bulk of their team with sophomore Landon Jordon (44 yards passing, 134 yards rushing, 454 yards receiving) as the leading playmaker coming back.
Record: 9-3 overall, 4-3 Region 4-6A
Quick hits: The 2015 season will be a bitter one to look back on for Yellow Jackets fans. St. Martin started 5-0 for the first time in 26 years and spent a portion of the season atop the Sun Herald Top 10. Losses to rivals Ocean Springs and D'Iberville in the final three weeks of the season, however, ended up knocking St. Martin out of the school's first playoff berth since 2003.
Statistical leaders: If you look at the Coast's statistical leaders, it's littered with Yellow Jackets. Junior QB Wayne Overman III was fourth on the Coast with 1,752 yards passing and 17 touchdowns. He also rushed for 1,148 yards and 16 touchdowns. Senior Tyler Polk did his best Kordell Stewart impersonation, passing for 712 yards, rushing for 1,186 yards and catching 18 passes for 282 yards. In total, Polk accounted for a remarkable 30 touchdowns. WRs Kalem Reddix and Kaleb Clark combined for 79 receptions, 1,492 yards and 19 touchdowns.
Looking ahead: The Coast's most potent offense in 2015 will return most of its weapons for another run in 2016. If the Yellow Jackets can replace Polk and Clark, they should make another push.