Taylor Curet

Taylor Curet

Sports Director

Moselle, MS

After spending two years in Hattiesburg as a sports reporter at WDAM, Taylor Curet was promoted to Sports Director in August 2018.

Taylor was born in Baton Rouge, LA and raised in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, just outside Jacksonville.

He spent four years covering the Fighting Tigers with LSU’s student-run station, Tiger TV and graduated from Louisiana State University in May 2016 with a degree in mass communication.

When he’s not covering sports you can find Taylor on a basketball court, at the movies or flipping through a stack of albums at your nearest record store.

He’s also happy that Hattiesburg isn’t too far from some good Cajun cooking!

Please, feel free to email Taylor if you have a story to be told or just to say hello at tcuret@wdam.com.


Recent Articles by Taylor

  Laurel girls claim first state crown in program history

  Oak Grove’s historic run ends in Jackson

  Lady Tornadoes advance to first state championship

  Hattiesburg falls in 5A semifinals

  Bulldogs’ second-half comeback comes up just short

  Petal welcomes new football coach Allen Glenn

  Four local schools punch tickets to the “Big House”

  ‘Wee’ Willie Heidelburg’s colossal impact on college football

  A “stronger” Drew Boyd to take the mound for USM this season

  USM baseball’s tradition built on consistency

  Larry Knight brings wealth of knowledge to Jones pitching staff

  USM’s approach at the plate will be key in 2021′s success

  Freshman Slade Wilks brings power to USM lineup

  Seminary hires state champion coach Mitch Evans

Hattiesburg native heads to Super Bowl as Buccaneers cheerleader

  Rakeem Nunez-Roches joins list of former Golden Eagles to appear in the Super Bowl

  Bobcats sign 19 on National Signing Day

  Bobcats baseball returns Wednesday afternoon

  Lady Crusaders off to strong start, led by Rebekah Engle

  USM excited about pitching staff

  Three Pine Belt soccer clubs advance to South State

  Petal football’s Marcus Boyles retires from coaching

  Carey basketball slowly building chemistry

  Freshmen lead the way for the Lady Eagles

  Playoff Soccer - First-round recap

  Sumrall soccer back in the thick of things

  Bobcats ready for challenges ahead in shortened basketball season

  Tae Hardy finding groove with Golden Eagles

  USM returns home to battle Middle Tennessee

  PRCC basketball continues grind toward 2021 season