Sandberg was 13 of 14 for 253 yards and three touchdowns. Cord also rushed for a pair of touchdowns in a 56-27 win over Venice.
#1 Manatee (7-0) will host Palmetto next week.
Brandon Wells ran for a score, caught a touchdown pass and threw another as #1 Bogue Chitto came from behind to knock off Stringer 34-28.
Bogue Chitto (9-0) will host St. Aloysius next week before completing the regular season on the road at Dexter.
Gabriel Myles was 10 of 15 for 155 yards and three touchdowns as Starkville blasted Yazoo City 46-0.
Starkville (6-3) continues to play well in district and will take their 5-0 region record with them to Callaway next week.
Tyre'oune Holmes had a 27 yard touchdown run to go along with a TD pass to pace Tylertown in a 51-8 win over North Pike.
Tylertown (8-1) will travel to Columbia next week to battle former head coach Walter Denton in the district championship game.
Shelby Christy and Dutchtown moved to 6-1 after blanking Woodlawn 28-0.
The Griffins host McKinley next week in a huge game for both teams.
Deon Mix and South Panola outlasted Southaven 35-33.
The Tigers are now 7-2 and will travel to Grenada next week.
Scott Austin and Biloxi won their second game in a row by blanking Harrison Central 20-0.
The Indians (5-3) will host Hancock next week before taking on Gulfport in the regular season finale.
OHS will play at Pell City next week as the playoff push continues.
B.J. Hammond and Gadsden City put up big numbers this week as they got by Grissom 47-23.
The Titans (5-3) will host Huntsville next week.
Jake Thomas and Columbus continue to play well as they shutout Horn Lake 14-0.
The Falcons will host defending 6A state champion Olive Branch next week.
Jamaal Clayborn and Jackson Academy were able to stretch their legs a bit as they won 42-14 over Magnolia Heights.
The Raiders (9-1) will host MRA next week in the regular season finale.
Chris Jones and his 100+ tackles on the season helped lead Houston to a 40-7 win over Leake Central.
The Hilltoppers (8-2) will host Kosciusko next week.
Kailo Moore and West Bolivar blasted Marshall 57-6.
West Bolivar (8-2) will travel to Simmons and Kent Flowers next week who fell to 4-5 after an 8-0 hard fought loss to O'Bannon.