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

  Jake Peavy speaks at USM First Pitch Banquet

  USM baseball breaks in new turf field

  High School Hoops - Friday Scores

  William Carey baseball eyes Thursday’s season-opener

  Benito Jones’ hard work takes him from Waynesboro to Senior Bowl

  Jones College’s Javon Kinlaw a projected 1st-round NFL draft pick

  Hattiesburg’s Melyia Grayson nominated to play in McDonald’s All-American game

  Oak Grove basketball climbing state ranks

  Hattiesburg Tigers playing competitive basketball

  Carey basketball has won 9 of its last 10 games

  Sacred Heart soccer sweeps region titles

  PRCC surges to 10-0 start

  High School Hoops - Friday Night Scores

  Todd Breland takes reins of South Jones football

  UTEP sweeps USM basketball programs

  High School Soccer - Thursday Scores

  High School Basketball - Tuesday Scores

  Battle for the Bell — Through the years

  Jack’s Journey - How the precision passer arrived at USM

  A Year in Sports - 2019

  USM eager for challenge against strong Tulane rushing attack

  High School Basketball - Saturday Scores

  Tragedy drives Laurel native Omar Bayless to stunning senior season

  A handful of Pine Belt players sign Division I scholarships

  USM golf legend Sam Hall passes away at 86

  Mullens and Moore among 12 Golden Eagles in NFL

  Growing pains for the Golden Eagles through first ten games

  Todd Breland steps down as head coach of Laurel after 8 seasons

Mississippi Gulf Coast grabs 5th NJCAA national title

Lumberton looks to dethrone reigning state champs Nanih Waiya