Manatee High is now 5-0 on the season and will take on Cypress Bay this week.
Dating back to last year Manatee has won 17 games in a row.
Brandon Wells ran for 148 yards and two touchdowns on just nine carries as the #1 rated Bogue Chitto Bobcats shelled Hartfield Academy 40-3.
This week Bogue Chitto (7-0) travels to Cathedral.
Houston (7-1) will travel to Macon, Mississippi this week to take on undefeated Noxubee.
Gabriel Myles and Starkville have found their stride in district play.
The Yellowjackets shutout Ridgeland 23-0 to run their winning streak to three games.
Myles was 9 of 18 for 98 yards through the air. He also rushed for 41 yards.
SHS (4-3) will look to keep the momentum going this week as they travel to Canton High.
Kailo Moore and West Bolivar knocked off O'Bannon last week 41-0.
Moore ran for 55 yards and a score on just six carries.
It is homecoming week in Rosedale this week as the Eagles take on Riverside.
South Panola (5-2) will look to stay unbeaten in their region as they travel to Tupelo this week.
Columbus (4-3) will host DeSoto Central.
Shelby Christy and Dutchtown got off on the right foot in district play last week as they knocked off St. Amant 31-17.
The Griffins (5-1) will travel to East Ascension this week.
Oxford will play at Grossman this week.
Scott Austin reeled in seven passes for 96 yards in a tough loss to Ocean Springs 35-34.
Austin now has over 500 yards receiving on the campaign.
Biloxi (3-3) will host St. Martin this week.
The Indians have lost two games by one point and lost to #1 ranked Picayune in overtime.
B.J. Hammond and Gadsden City suffered a bitter loss last week 21-19 to Pell City.
The Titans fell late in the game thanks in large part to a failed two point conversion that would have tied the game.
Gadsden City (4-2) will travel to undefeated Clay-Chalkville this week.
Kent Flowers and Simmons had won three in row before last week's contest against South Delta.
After falling 36-8 on Friday, Simmons will look to get back on track this week as they travel to Marshall.
Jamaal Clayborn and Jackson Academy fell in overtime to bitter rival Jackson Prep last week, 27-24.
JA is now 7-1 on the season and will look to start a new winning streak this week at Washington School.