MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update Week 3

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Hurricane Isaac has a tremendous impact on this week's action as we saw several postponements and some cancellations.

Shelby Christy and Dutchtown's season opening game against Lutcher has been canceled.

The Griffins will now open the season next week at home against Donaldsonville.

Scott Austin and Biloxi (1-1) saw their game against Gautier canceled as well.

The Indians will host Long Beach next week.

Brandon Wells and Bogue Chitto were set to play Hartfield Academy, but their game has been moved to October 5th.

The Bobcats (2-0) will be back in homecoming action next week as Mount Olive comes to town.

Devonta Scott and Co-Lin had their game against Northeast CC moved to Saturday due to the rain and wind from the storm Thursday.

Kailo Moore and West Bolivar advanced to 3-0 after a 41-0 thrashing of Ray Brooks.

The Eagles will host Cleveland East Side next week.

B.J. Hammond got the Gadsden City Titans season off on the right foot as he reeled in a 37 yard touchdown to open the scoring against Florence.

The Titans (1-0) had to rally back and kick a last season field goal to get by Florence 30-28.

Ulric Jones and Trent Simpson led a strong defensive effort in the second half as Oxford (1-0) got by Carrollton, Georgia 21-17.

Deon Mix and South Panola (1-1) fell to Hoover 35-10 in a made for TV game.

The Tigers and their struggling offense will host Gulfport next week.

Gabriel Myles sat out for the second straight week with an ankle injury, but Starkville was able to blast rival Tupelo 28-0 thanks to the efforts of Caleb Wilson, the son of Mississippi State defensive coordinator Chris Wilson.

Caleb threw three touchdown passes as Starkville picked up their first win of the year to advance to 1-2.

The Yellowjackets take on West Point next week in a huge game.

Jamaal Clayborn and Jackson Academy continued their winning ways with a 42-7 dumping of River Oaks.

The Raiders (3-0) will take on Pillow Academy next week.

The Houston Hilltoppers continue to be very stingy on defense.

Houston now 3-0 blasted Okolona 45-8 Friday night.

The Hilltoppers have outscored opponents 129 to 35 in three games. HHS will host Ackerman next week.

Jake Thomas and Columbus lost a hard fought battle to West Point 26-19 to fall to 1-1.

The Falcons will play at New Hope next week in the battle for bragging rights.

Kent Flowers (0-2) and Simmons will take on Leland next week.

Cord Sandberg and Manatee will take on Miramar on Sunday.

Dezmond Harris suffered a season ending knee injury during last week's jamboree action.

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