MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update Week 12

The 2011 regular season wrapped up last night for teams across the country and for some the first round of the playoffs have already begun. There were some Mississippi State verbals going head to head last night. Some are going home and some are going on with a chance of lifting that Golden Football in early December.

Jordan Washington recorded three sacks and forced a fumble last night as North Gwinnett (9-1) knocked off Peachtree Ridge to claim it's third consecutive Region title.

Jordan and his fellow seniors have never lost a district game in their high school careers.

Ryan Brown and the Archbishop Shaw defense has played well all year, but the Eagles have struggled to put up points.

Last night the Shaw offense managed 14 points and the defense made it stand up in a 14-7 win over Helen Cox on Senior Night.

Despite having just a 3-6 record Shaw should slip into the 4A state playoffs as the final seed in the state power rankings. The playoff pairings for the state of Louisiana will be announced Sunday evening.

Torrey Bell and Curtis have blasted just about every team they have have played. The top ranked Patriots wrapped up the District 9-2A title with a 55-6 win over South Plaquemines.

Curtis will host a first round playoff game next week.

Nelson Adams and Brandon picked up a senior night win over Hattiesburg High on Friday night 24-21.

Brandon has now won three in a row and appear to be playing their best football of the season.

The Bulldogs will play at Ocean Springs next Friday in the first round of the 6A state playoffs.

Adarrius Perkins scored on a four yard run as FCAHS rolled over Magee 38-14.

The Aggies (11-1) will play at South Pike in the second round next week.

Xavier Grindle scored on runs of 91, 53 and two yards as the Eagles dominated Amite County 33-6.

East Marion will travel to Union next week in a 2A second round match-up.

Nick James and Long Beach knocked off East Central 42-28 to clinch the #2 spot in their region and secure a home game for the 1st round of the playoffs which begins next week.

The Bearcats will host defending 5A South State champion Brookhaven next Friday night.

Devon Desper and Madison Central reeled off another win last night to extend their winning streak to nine.

The Jags got by Greenville-Weston 43-36 and will host Tupelo next Friday night in their first round playoff game.

Cedric Jiles and Clinton are in the playoffs after picking up a big win over Vicksburg 40-13.

The Arrows draw a tough match-up in the first round. CHS will travel to Olive Branch who is celebrating their first district title under Coach Scott Samsel.

Lelland Ducksworth saw his North Forrest team stun Wesson with a late touchdown pass to upset the Cobras in the first round of the playoffs 27-21.

Next week Taylorsville will travel to North Forrest for the second round game.

Quadry Antoine and Belle Chasse fell to McDonough 35 last night 34-22.

The loss is the third in four games for the Cardinals who finish the regular season 7-4. They are in the playoffs and await word of their first round opponent and location.

Gus Walley and Greene County thumped Adairius Barnes and Port Gibson 35-6 in first round playoff action.

The Wildcats will travel to Laurel next week in hopes of keeping their season alive.

Fred Brown and Jim Hill closed out the regular season with a 21-16 win over Warren Central and Devon Bell.

The game is the final game for both teams this season.

Deonte Evans and McComb had a frustrating night as they fell to Pearl 28-0.

The Tigers were already in the playoffs and awaiting the outcome of last night's games to know their first round opponent.

McComb will travel to Picayune next week to take on the Maroon Tide who are the top seed in their district.

Brandon Holloway opened up the scoring against Wharton with a 56 yard touchdown to give Alonso a 6-0 first quarter lead.

The Ravens' lead was short lived as they found themselves on the losing end of a 44-21 contest.

The loss drops Alonso to 6-3 and possibly out of the post season entirely.

Will Redmond and East will be turning their football equipment in this morning after a frustrating first round playoff loss to Clarksville Northeast 41-38.

The Mustangs end the season at 7-4 and with a first round playoff loss for the second straight year.

Dylan Holley and Gulf Coast will play Northeast Community College today at 2 PM in the MACJC playoffs.

Kivon Coman and Cole Carter wrapped up their seasons last weekend.

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