MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update Week Nine

The 2013 high school football regular season is winding down. For some players, senior day will conclude their high school football careers. Others are still in the hunt for a post season berth and a potential run at a state title.

With his team's playoff hopes on the line, Chris Rayford made two huge plays to keep Byhalia in the hunt.

The three star corner picked up two fumbles and returned them 75 and 65 yards respectively for scores in a 20-12 win over Senatobia.

Rayford also recorded six tackles and one sack in the win.

BHS (3-4) will travel to take on a tough Ripley squad this week.

Lashard Durr and Harrison Central continue their recent good run of luck in region play.

The Red Rebels knocked off Ocean Springs 17-14 with a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns to advance their season record to 5-3.

Harrison Central will travel to Biloxi this week.

Darrius Liggins and Oxford continue to play extremely well.

The Chargers rolled over New Hope 39-14 to improve to 8-0.

OHS will travel to Clarksdale this week in another important contest.

Jesse Jackson had 92 receiving yards and a touchdown on three first quarter catches as Petal trounced Jim Hill 42-7.

The more immediate concern was for Jackson's health. He left the field with a knee injury in the first half and may be lost for the season.

Aeris Williams continues to impress. The four star running back ran for 293 yards and two touchdowns on 35 workhorse carries in a 24-21 win over Lake Cormorant.

West Point (4-4) will host Saltillo this week.

Dontavian Lee pushed his season rushing total over the 1,000 yard mark with 151 yards and a score on 18 carries this Friday night as FCAHS knocked off Northeast Lauderdale 41-35.

The Aggies (6-2) will travel to Greene County this week in hopes of improving their playoff seeding.

Jordan Harris and Stephenson got a big win over Miller Grove 31-7.

Now 6-1, Stephenson will travel to M.L. King this week.

Deshon Cooper and Columbia have won two in a row after a 30-12 decision over Lithonia.

Columbia (4-3) will travel to Redan High this week in hopes of keeping the momentum going.

Sean Rawlings and MRA enjoyed a Bye week last week. MRA (6-2) will take on Jackson Academy this week in a huge match-up with post season implications on the line.

Norman Price and Hinds Community College won over rival Holmes CC 27-13 last week.

The Eagles will host Pearl River in the regular season finale this Thursday.

Jocquell Johnson and Co-Lin suffered a crucial loss to Gulf Coast 21-7.

With losses to both Jones and Gulf Coast, the Wolfpack's chances of repeating as region champs are fading fast.

Co-Lin (6-2) will host Southwest CC this Thursday.

Will Coleman and Tyler Junior College suffered their first loss on the campaign last week as the Apaches fell to Trinity 55-31.

Tyler (7-1) will host Kilgore this week in hopes of getting back on track.

Braxton Hoyett and Pelham had their share of problems last week in a 55-34 loss to Chelsea.

The loss drops the Panthers to 5-3 on the season with a big home game against Spain Park on the schedule this week.

Nick Fitzgerald and Richmond Hill lost a chance to win the outright region championship in their 34-17 loss to Ware County.

Richmond Hill will play at the Bradwell Institute this week in hopes of improving their post season seeding.

Logan Cooke was back in action for Columbia Academy this past week, but the Cougars got all they wanted from Jackson Prep who rolled to a 49-0 win.

Cooke snagged three passes for thirty yards and pinned a Prep inside their own ten yards line on a pair of punts.

CA (3-5) will be back in action this week as they host East Rankin Academy.

Gerri Green and Greenville-Weston suffered their seventh straight loss this past week.

The Hornets (1-7) fell to Columbus 37-7.

Greenville-Weston will host Northwest Rankin this week.

MSU commitment Jamoral Graham and Elijah Staley have completed their 2013 seasons.

2016 pledge Jonathan Pollock and Dr. Phillips smashed Cypress Creek 56-6.

The Panthers (8-0) will take on Evans High this week.

The newest Bulldog commitment Anthony Hines and Episcopal of Dallas fell to Kinkaid 20-10.

EHS will take on Houston Christian this week.

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