MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update Week 9

It is hard to believe, but the regular season is winding down. District races are shaping up and several future Bulldogs are in the hunt for a region championship and a first round home playoff game. The newest Bulldog pledge, T-Man Holmes, picked up a big win tonight.

Tyre'oune Holmes said yesterday that he was relieved to have his recruitment settled, so that he could focus on his team's post season push.

From the look of things, Holmes' commitment suits him.

T-Man scored on runs of 35 and 24 yards and found himself on the receiving end of a two point conversion as the Chiefs got by Purvis 34-28.

Tylertown (7-1) will travel to North Pike next week. A win against the Jaguars could set up a district championship game against Columbia and former THS head man Walter Denton.

Gabriel Myles threw a 24 yard touchdown pass as Starkville raced by Canton 42-0.

SHS began the season 1-3, but have now won four in a row to bring their overall record to 5-3 and their district mark to 4-0.

During the winning streak, the Yellow Jackets have given up just six points.

Starkville will host Yazoo City next week.

Kailo Moore helped lead West Bolivar to a 56-2 shelling of Riverside.

The Eagles are now 7-2 and will take on Marshall next week.

Marshall took on Simmons this week and wound up on the short end of a 52-6 affair.

Kent Flowers said that his young team would get better once some younger players gained some experience.

Since opening up 0-3, Simmons has won four of five.

The Blue Devils will take on O'Bannon next week.

Scott Austin reeled in a 15 yard TD pass as Biloxi exploded on offense on their way to a 62-28 win over St. Martin.

A pair of 1st quarter Biloxi turnovers and a flurry of penalties, aided St. Martin who jumped out to a 14-13 lead.

Biloxi is now 4-3 and all three losses have come in overtime.

The Indians will travel to Harrison Central next week.

Brandon Wells scampered for an 82 yard touchdown run as #1 rated Bogue Chitto powered over Cathedral 25-0 for their third shutout of the season.

The Bobcats are now 8-0 and will host Stringer next week in what should be an entertaining offensive game.

Cord Sandberg rushed for over 100 yards and threw for just under two hundred and a pair of scores as Manatee blasted Cypress Bay 42-20.

MHS is now 6-0 and will take on Venice next week in what might be the biggest game in Florida.

Shelby Christy and Dutchtown used a late goal line stand to hold off rival East Ascension 20-14.

The Griffins are now 5-1 on the season and in first place in district.

Deon Mix and South Panola got their offense back on track this week as they pounded Tupelo 41-14.

The Tigers are now 6-2 and undefeated in district. South Panola will host Southaven next week.

Jake Thomas and Columbus picked up an important district win as they got by DeSoto Central 14-0.

The Falcons are now 5-3 and in the hunt for a nice playoff spot. CHS will take on Horn Lake next Friday night.

Jamaal Clayborn and Jackson Academy got back on track this week as they knocked off Washington School 24-7.

The game was extremely competitive until the Raiders were able to wear down Washington and push across a couple of rushing touchdowns to put the game away.

JA will visit Magnolia Heights next week.

Ulric Jones and Trent Simpson continue to lead a solid defense that limited Grissom to just 14 points as Oxford had room to breath in a 42-14 contest.

OHS jumped out to a 42-0 lead before surrendering a couple of late scores when the reserves were in.

Chris Jones and Houston have lost two of their last three. Noxubee County powered their way to a 40-13 final over the Hilltoppers.

HHS will look to get back on the winning side of things next week when they take on Leake Central.

B.J. Hammond and Gadsden City nearly pulled off the upset, but Clay Chalkville outlasted the Titans to win 21-14 in overtime.

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