RANDY PIERCE
RANDY PIERCE graduated from Weston High School in 1971.  He was a 3 year starter on the basketball team making all-district in 1970 & 1971 and all district MVP in 1971.  He averaged 25 points per game in 1971 on his state quarterfinal team and scored 2,167 points in his high school career.  He signed an athletic scholarship with ULM and lettered his junior and senior seasons under La. Hall of Fame coach Lenny Fant.  He was teacher, basketball and baseball coach at Summerfield H.S. (2 years), Tallulah H.S. (1 year), Weston H.S. (10 years) and Quitman H.S. (20 years)  As a head coach Randy won two state championships, was Class C Coach of the Year (1976 Baseball), had one state runner-up team,  one state semi-final team and five quarter final teams.  As an assistant coach he was part of three state championships, three state runners-up, and two state semi-finalists.  He also had the honor of coaching NBA Hall of Famer Karl Malone at Summerfield and James Haynes, who played football for the Saints, while he was at Tallulah
RANDY PIERCE