MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update Week 11

The regular season is coming to a close all across the country and several Bulldog verbal commitments are still in the hunt for a post season berth. Others have put on a high school football uniform for the final time and will turn their attention towards their spring sports.

Adairius Barnes had two catches for 105 yards and two touchdowns as Port Gibson (8-2) blasted Richland 61-0.

The Blue Wave will travel to Greene County this week in first round playoff action.

Greene County (6-4) and Gus Walley are hosting a playoff game after knocking off St. Stanislaus 24-7 last weekend.

The win earned the Wildcats the number two spot in their region and a home playoff game in round one.

FCAHS (10-1) and Adarrius Perkins took the top spot in that same region and closed out the regular season with a 21-10 win over Bay High.

Perkins had a short touchdown run in the game.

This week the Aggies host Magee in first round playoff action.

Xavier Grindle ran for three touchdowns as East Marion (10-1) ran by Richton 26-7.

The Eagles will host Amite County this week in the first round of the playoffs.

Lelland Ducksworth and North Forrest were off last week awaiting their playoff seeding. The team will travel to Wesson this week to take on the Cobras.

Nick James and Long Beach (6-3) lost to Picayune last week 38-28 in what was billed as a district championship game.

The Bearcats could finish either second or third in the region this week depending on the outcomes of their game against East Central.

On Thursday night Devon Desper and Madison Central demolished previously unbeaten Northwest Rankin 52-20.

The Jags have won eight in a row since beginning the season 0-2. They will host Greenville-Weston this week for senior night.

Deonte Evans and McComb (6-3) won again last week as they got by West Jones 18-14.

Deonte had a short touchdown run in the second quarter.

The Tigers will play at Pearl this week to help determine their playoff seeding.

Nelson Adams and Brandon (6-4) picked up another big win as they blasted Natchez 45-26.

The Bulldogs will host one of the state's most improved teams this week, Hattiesburg High.

Frederick Brown and Jim Hill (2-8) fell to Murrah 13-7 on a late score.

Jim Hill will play Warren Central this week.

The Vikings fell to 1-9 last week after losing the rivalry game to Vicksburg 28-23.

In the game, Devon Bell had four kickoffs for touchbacks and he converted three extra points.

Cedric Jiles and Clinton will look to close out the regular season with a win this week as they take on Vicksburg.

The Arrows (6-4) suffered a deflating loss last week when they dropped a 34-28 loss to Greenville-Weston.

The high school football career is over for Cole Carter at Caledonia. The Confederates finished the season 4-7 after last week's 36-7 loss to Noxubee.

Will Redmond found the endzone but East High (7-3) lost on senior night, 20-7 to Whitheaven. They live to fight another day though.

East will host Northeast in first round playoff action this week.

Kivon Coman and Florence find themselves on the outside looking in at the 6A state playoffs over in Alabama.

The Eagles took care of business last week as they beat Russelville 35-18, but a 4-3 league record was not enough to get into the post season.

Brandon Holloway ran for 177 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries last Friday as Alonso (6-2) got by Tampa Catholic 31-15.

AHS will get back into district play this week as they host Wharton in an important match-up for the Ravens and their post season plans.

Jordan Washington and North Gwinnett improved to 8-1 after a 44-14 shelling of Duluth.

The regular season finale comes this week when Peachtree Ridge comes to town.

Quadry Antoine and Belle Chasse ended a two game skid with a 28-9 win over Helen Cox.

The Cardinals (7-2) will close out the regular season slate this week when they travel to McDonough 35.

Ryan Brown and Shaw will look to close out their season on a high note as they host Helen Cox this week for senior night.

Shaw is now (2-6) on the year after losing to O.P. Walker 26-7.

Torrey Bell and John Curtis (8-0) continue to roll. Bell had four tackles and a sack in last week's 49-6 cakewalk over J.S. Clark.

The Patriots will play South Plaquemines this week and await word of who their first round playoff opponent will be.


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