Garrett Harmon evades a couple of tacklers.
Garrett Harmon evades a couple of tacklers.
Madison Central (6-2,3-1) took a gut punch from Starkville (8-1,4-0) in a 14-6 battle in Starkville.

The Jags trailed 6-7 at halftime and they had trouble moving the ball and capitalizing all night. Both scoring plays were kicks off the foot of Kale Nation.

 Nation recorded a longest kick of 33 yards on the evening.

Running back Cameron White had 15 carries for 121 yards of the Jags' 253 on the evening.

Peyton Rea led the defense with 12 tackles and was the only Jag to record one sack. He was followed by Kirkland Trahan who had knocked down ten.

The Jags will hope to shake off this loss as they prepare to host Provine. The Rams (5-3,1-3) are coming out on top of a 19-18 battle with Greenville.

The Canton Tigers (5-4,1-3) dropped a 28-24 brawl with Callaway (4-5,2-2) in Jackson.

JaCabion Morgan, the Tigers' sophomore signal call, was the only Tiger to find the end zone despite Camerone Harris and Xavier Boler putting up serious yardage with 94 and 159 yards respectively.

Morgan threw two touchdown passes, one to Jontarius Brown and another to Antoine Robinson. Morgan also had five carries for 26 yards and one touchdown.

CHS prepares to host Vicksburg who is coming of a victory over Ridgeland.



Ridgeland (3-5,1-3) is coming off a close loss 26-21 to Vicksburg (2-6,2-3) down by the river in Vicksburg.

Markell Young led the offense with 25 carries for 134 yards and two touchdowns and one catch for four yards.

Freshman quarteback Zy Mcdonald offset one interception with a 24 yard-touchdown pass to Michael Price. Brooks Italiano kicked three extra point attempts.

Deion Allen recorded 10 tackles on the evening. Junior Michael Smith distinguished himself by intercepting a Vicksburg pass and recorded five tackles.

Ridgeland Prepares to host Neshoba Central. The Rockets (3-6,1-3) are coming off a 42-21 loss Germantown.

The Mavs (5-3,4-0) are coming off a productive win, putting four guys in the end zone.

Senior Tondra Green carried the ball eight times for 78 yards and the most visits to the end zone with three.

Cade Pinnix put two receivers in the end zone completing touchdown passes to Ken Richmond and Jack Hunter Johnson. It was Johnson’s one catch for 11 yards and Johnson had three catches for 78 yards.

Noah Greenwood had the most yards with 119 yards on 14 carries for one touchdown.

The offense had 508 all-purpose yards.

Tavian Johnson, Zach Boerner and Orinthia May all clocked seven tackles on the evening.

The Mavs prepare to face undefeated Cleveland Central. The daunting Wolves are coming off a 26-20 slugfest with 2-6 Holmes County Central.

St. Andrew’s (4-4,1-2) dropped a 24-15 loss to district opponent Magee (4-5,1-2) in Magee.

Sophomore Lleyton Carr made a splash on the Saints offense with 28 carries for 131 yards and a touchdown.

They prepare to host district foe Raleigh (3-7,2-2) who is coming off a 41-14 drubbing of McLaurin.

Velma Jackson (4-4,3-0) is coming off a big 47-19 win over Crystal Springs (5-5,3-1), handing the Tigers their first district loss.

Junior quarterback Antavious Willis completed three touchdown passes to Lamar Harris, who had two, and Michael Thompson. Willis had 165 yards in the air on nine completions and two touchdowns on the ground. He churned up 157 yards of turf on 17 carries, with a longest run of 55 yards.

Santavious Vaughn had 11 carries for 96 yards and a touchdown.

Lazerrius Coleman returned a punt for 46 yards for a touchdown.

The Falcons prepare to host McLaurin.

Jackson Academy rolled to 7-1 with a 17-10 district win over Presbyterian Christian in Hattiesburg.

JA prepares for another away game against district opponent Parklane (8-1,2-1) in McComb.

Tri-County traveled to Greenville Friday to take on number one Greenville St. Joe. The winner of this one would have a great shot at the District Title and a top seed in the upcoming 2AA playoffs. The Rebels would trail 14-7 after an exciting first half but it would be all Irish in the second half scoring 28 unanswered points to win 42-7. Tri-County was led by Greyson Smith's 43 yards rushing and Cade Shepherd's 37 yards and one touchdown.

St. Joseph Catholic School beat in-county foe Canton Academy (3-5,1-2) in a decisive 47-27 matchup.

The Bruins exploded to a 28-7 lead in the first quarter, but would soon cool off and swap shots with the Panthers for the rest of the evening, maintaining their comfortable lead.

For the Bruins, Hayden Bryce had three touchdowns, two receiving and one on the ground. Trey Frierson also had one receiving. Chandler Thornhill and Joe Pearson had rushing touchdowns and Jason Green returned an interception for a touchdown.

For the Panthers, Joseph Mclean had one touchdown rushing and one receiving while Patrick Sandridge and christian Rainer both recorded rushing touchdowns.

CA prepares to host Heritage Academy who sits 7-2 on the season and 2-1 in district play and is the last game on the Panthers Schedule. Heritage dropped a game Friday 17-14 to 8-1 Starkville Academy.

The Bruins prepare to travel to Puckett. The Wolves (4-5,0-3) are coming off a 40-8 loss at the hands of 5-4 Mize.