Canton (4-1) continues to build momentum as they roll with a four game winning streak. Last week they traveled to Jackson to deliver struggling Winfield (1-3) a decisive 21-8 loss.

Canton slowly put down three touchdowns over the course of the game, two of which came off the arms of quarterbacks, junior Jontarius Brown and sophomore Jacobian Morgan. Brown completed seven of 16 passes for 111 yards. Morgan completed on three of his 11 passes but netted 73 yards.

Junior Javontae Matthews led the Tigers rushing with 12 carries for 87 yards and a touchdown.

Senior receiver Antoine Robinsons had only seven catches but turned them into a total of 129 yards and both of the teams receiving touchdowns.

The Tigers posted a total of 370 yards on the evening.

Canton prepares to host Ridgeland. The 2-2 Titans are coming off a bye week.

Velma Jackson will use a much needed bye week to attempt to put the pieces back together to face Magee. The Falcons go into the bye coming off a four-game losing streak dropping Friday’s away match up by a single touchdown to Leake Central (4-1) and falling 1-4 on the season.

Velma and Leake kept a steady pace all night, but the Falcons could not overcome a spark of inspiration that led to two touchdowns from the Gators late in the game, finishing the night 27-20 for Leake Central.

Undefeated Jackson Prep hosted St. Joseph Catholic School in Flowood last Friday to hand the Bruins a decisive 77-20 beating.

Prep had the game at arms’ length after the first quarter, up 28-14, and had the game sealed away with a halftime score of 64-20. The Patriots would manage another 13 points in the fourth quarter.

Pats standout junior running back Jerrion Ealy ran up five touchdowns, two in the air and three on the ground. He caught three passes all night for a total of 48 yards and the longest of which ran for 35 yards. The standout had 11 carries for 139 yards, the longest of which was a 48 yard run.

In addition to Ealy, quarterback Chance Lovertich tagged two other receivers for touchdowns, senior Nevin Wells who took his lone catch 50 yards into the end zone and senior Clark Beard who caught three passes for 64.

Lovertich completed 14 of 19 passes for a total of 258 yards.

On defense senior strong safety Cooper Caroll harried the Bruin’s receiving corp, knocking several balls out of the air including an interception and lead the Pats with six tackles.

The Bruins had about 14 guys try to stem the onslaught of the dominant Pats’ offense with Hayden Brice leading the team with seven tackles.

Prep prepares to travel to district opponent Presbyterian Christian (4-1) of Hattiesburg who is coming of their first loss to district opponent Lamar (3-3) in Meridian.

The Bruins, now 2-3, prepare to host Union (2-2) for one last game before both teams start district play.

Jackson Academy handed Hatfield Academy their fifth loss of the season and took their fifth win in a 45-12 shellacking in the Brickyard.

Hatfield got on the board early with a defensive touchdown that answered two previous touchdowns form the Raiders but a failed extra point attempt and a 38-6 halftime score left those in attendance with all they needed to know about the rest of the night.

Senior Raider Walker Benner carved zig zags across the field and delivered a stiff arm to return a punt form about his own 28 yard line all the way to the house.

Defensive End Trent Tyre led the defense with a standout sack deep in the Hatfield backfield.

The Raiders have this week off before they prepare to play district arch rival Jackson Prep in Jackson.

St. Andrew’s (2-2) proved unable to shake off the sting of the previous week’s rivalry loss, dropping a 20-7 contest in Mize. the Bulldogs stand at 2-3 on the season after Friday night’s win.

The Saints went marching into halftime up 7-6, but a gang of costly mistakes including three interceptions over the course of the game would prove fatal.

Sophomore running back Lleyton Carr scored all the points for St. Andrews, hammering in a rushing touchdown and kicking the extra point. Carr also had one reception for seven yards for a total of 51 yards on the evening.

They prepare to host winlless Hatfield Academy.