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So I have been mulling this idea over in my head for a while now, and finally decided to run with it. Basically it is a 16 team high school football superconference. Located on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, it is comprised of the most predominant high schools in the area, spanning from the Alabama border to the Louisiana one. It's wealth of talent pipelines athletes into college football, and much like the SEC it is a 12 game gauntlet. There are two divisions with 8 teams, heated rivalries, as well as protected cross-division rivalries. These are real high schools, names, and colors. I just added my own spin to what their uniforms would look like if I was in charge. Did I mention the MGCC is all Nike everything? So without further ado: The Mississippi Gulf Coast Football Conference. The East Division Vancleave Bulldogs (Vancleave, MS) Moss Point Tigers (Moss Point, MS) Pascagoula Panthers (Pascagoula, MS) Ocean Springs Greyhounds (Ocean Springs, MS) George County Rebels (Lucedale, MS) Gautier Gators (Gautier, MS) St. Martin Yellow Jackets (St. Martin/Latimer, MS) East Central Hornets (Hurley, MS)The West Division Picayune Maroon Tide (Picayune, MS) Long Beach Bearcats (Long Beach, MS) Harrison Central Red Rebels (Gulfport/Liman, MS) Gulfport Admirals (Gulfport, MS) Biloxi Indians (Biloxi, MS) D'Iberville Warriors (D'Iberville, MS) Hancock Hawks (Kiln, MS) Pass Christian Pirates (Pass Christian, MS)
Okay, so I have been working for a while on a complete rebrand of the high school I attended, Ocean Springs High School. They are the Greyhounds, and the primary colors are Blue and Grey, with official secondary colors as White and Black. Here recently the athletic teams have been a mess as far as identity goes, so this is my stab at giving them a "brand" across all sports. I've been working on this for a while now, so please leave some C&C because it will be greatly appreciated. So here we go! This is my "Identity Sheet" that is used across all sports. It's pretty self explanatory as far as its purpose. The interlocking "OS" is the currently used primary logo, and I love it so I kept it. It is actually a modern remake of an old interlocking logo that the school used back in my grandpas days there (1950's?) as well as what I grew up eagerly waiting my turn to wear and represent. The paw is a logo that has always been synonymous with OSHS, but in recent years has been left out completely, so I brought it back. The script fonts are also something that is very prominent in OSHS athletics that have been recently left out, so like the paw, I brought them back, and basically built the identity around them.The variations of number fonts have been crazy in recent years (Miami font, drop shadow, crazy), so I brought back the classic athletic block font that I think says tradition and class. Baseball is up next.