MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update Week 13

The games only get bigger from here and the rewards they follow suit. It is playoff time for many of the Mississippi State Bulldog commitments and some took a step closer towards a state title this past Friday night. Others saw their 2013 campaigns come to a closer.

Nick Fitzgerald had an efficient night for Richmond Hill in one of the biggest games in school history.

Fitzgerald completed all three of his pass attempts, but did mot of his damage on the ground.

The talented quarterback rushed for 134 yards and two second half touchdowns including the game winner on 20 carries in a 13-7 victory over Thomas County Central.

Richmond Hill (10-1) will travel to Warner Robins next week in second round action.

Dontavian Lee ran for 111 yards on seventeen carries in a win over Columbia 35-24.

Lee made a solid contribution as a defender as well. The three star running back had five tackles and a huge interception that he returned 45 yards.

FCAHS (11-2) will travel to St. Stanislaus for a 3rd round match-up.

Jordan Harris and Stephenson (9-2) had a big 27-7 win over Flowery Branch.

The Jaguars will travel to North Paulding next week in hopes of keeping their state title dreams alive.

Brandon Bryant returned to action this week for Rosa Fort who got by Kosciusko 33-15.

The Lions (12-1) will take on Cleveland this week who blew out Byhalia 55-21.

Chris Rayford fought through injuries most of the season, but did his part to help the Indians into the post season.

Darius Liggins and Oxford continue to play stingy defense.

Oxford (12-0) won in a 50-7 cakewalk over Vicksburg.

The Chargers will host Pearl next weekend who knocked off West Point this past week.

In that contest, Aeris Williams ran for scores of 15 and one yard and reeled in a 24 yard touchdowns in the 33-20 loss.

Sean Rawlings and MRA lost a heart breaker to Jackson Prep in the final moments, 24-21.

MRA controlled the line of scrimmage most of the night, but a late scramble and pass to the corner of the endzone ended MRA's upset bid.

Lashard Durr picked off a pass to capture some early momentum for Harrison Central, but Brandon proved to be too much as the Red Rebels fell to the defending 6A south champions, 44-17.

Harrison Central ends the season at 7-5.

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