MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update Week 4

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Brandon Wells and Bogue Chitto improved to 3-0 after 28-6 win over Mount Olive.

Wells rushed eight times for 55 yards and a touchdown and caught one pass for 21 yards.

The undefeated Bobcats will travel to Resurrection this week.

Chris Jones had a huge game this week as Houston (4-0) remained unbeaten.

The Hilltoppers knocked off Ackerman 17-13. Jones had a hand in 16 tackles and a sack.

HHS will look for the fifth victory of the season this week when they travel to Hamilton.

Cord Sandberg showcased his skill before nationally televised audience in a 49-7 win.

Sandberg paced Manatee (2-0) by rushing for one touchdown and throwing for three more as part of a 21 of 25 performance that ended with 272 passing yards.

Scott Austin reeled in his fourth touchdown pass of the year as Biloxi rolled over Long Beach 70-13.

The Indians now 2-1 will enjoy a bye week this week.

Jake Thomas and Columbus improved to 2-1 after a hard fought win over New Hope 9-6.

The Falcons will host Louisville this week.

Deon Mix returned to the field this week and South Panola emerged victorious 34-6 over Gulfport.

The Tigers will travel to Bentonville, Arkansas this week.

Jamaal Clayborn and Jackson Academy (4-0) continued their winning ways by shelling Pillow Academy 28-0.

The Raiders will travel to the Lamar School this week.

Shelby Christy and Dutchtown got their season off on the right foot as the Griffins rolled over Donaldsonville 45-0.

DHS will host Sulphur this Friday night.

B.J. Hammond and Gadsden City knocked off Lee High 35-20 to advance to 2-0.

B.J. will have the chance to face off against a pair of teammates this week as Gadsden City takes on Oxford.

Ulric Jones and Trent Simpson led a strong defensive effort on Friday that included three sacks.

OHS fell to #2 Clay-Chalkville 25-16 to drop to 1-1 on the season.

Kailo Moore found the endzone three times, but it was not enough as West Bolivar suffered their first loss of the year.

Cleveland East Side did their best to limit Moore who threw a pass for 18 yards, caught another for 21 yards and rushed for 93 yards on 13 carries.

The Eagles (3-1) will take on Aberdeen this week.

Gabriel Myles appears to be on the mend. Gabe connected on 11 of 18 pass attempts for 134 yards and a pair of touchdowns against West Point.

Myles added a rushing touchdown in a 47-22 loss to West Point.

The Yellowjackets (1-3) travel to Lanier this week in hopes of getting their season on track.

DeVante Scott scored from six yards out, but Northwest blasted Co-Lin (1-1) 42-21.

The Wolfpack will be back in action this week against East Central.

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