Hoover got their first win (1-2) 12-0 over Mountain Brook, but Bulldog verbal Justin Johnson was sidelined with an injury. The Bucs take on Oak Mountain this week with Johnson probable for the game.
Keith Mixon scored a pair of touchdowns as Shades Valley (3-0) shutout Center Point, 27-0. Shades Valley will travel to Lafayette, Louisiana this week for a Saturday game against Acadiana High.
Nick Gibson has his biggest game of the young season with touchdown runs of 80, 65, 4 and 2 yards in a 48-0 shelling of Woodlawn. Pinson Valley (2-1) will take on Gardendale this week.
Kendell Jones and Clay-Chalkville are rolling along and blowing teams up. CCHS knoced off Hillcrest 48-26 to move on to 3-0. Huffman visits this week.
Darrien McNair and Trinity Catholic finally got their season started after having their season opener canceled due to weather. The Celtics beat Palatka 27-3 and will now travel to Gainesville-Eastside in search of a 2-0 mark.
Kentavious Thomas ran for 138 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries as Baldwin (2-0) blew out Alcovy 30-0. BHS will host Tift County this week.
Trey Derouen and Parkview came up on the short end of the stick against Peachtree Ridge 41-24. PHS (1-1) will take on Brookwood this week.
Jamal Peters had 49 yards and a touchdown on three catches and seven tackles as Bassfield routed rival Prentiss 44-16. The Yellowjackets (3-0) will host Mark McLaurin and Collins this week who fell to (1-2) with a 38-24 loss to Harrison Central.
Jonnas Spivey and Bay Spring just keep on rolling. Spivey completed seven of nine passes for 179 yards and a pair of scores and he rushed for four more and 158 yards on just 11 carries as the Bulldogs destroyed Pelahatchie 49-6. Bay Spring will travel to Heidelberg in search of a 4-0 start.
Cameron Myers and Oak Grove (1-0) had their game with Pearl River Central canceled due to lightning. The Warriors will host Biloxi this week.
Malik Dear scored four touchdowns as Murrah cruised by Jim Hill 41-0. Now 3-0, the Mustangs will host the struggling Chargers of Callaway and Tommy Champion who fell to 0-3 with an 8-7 loss to Provine.
Dontea Jones and Louisville fell to rival Noxubee County 49-14. The Wildcats, 2-1, will travel to Philadelphia this week.
Keith Joseph Jr. had six tackles and a pair of sacks as Pascagoula (2-1) defeated Greene County 34-14. The Panthers will be on the road this week at D'iberville.
Jarvis Wilson scored on an eight yards run as Tupelo ran their record to 3-0 following a 38-8 victory over Shannon. #ThemBlankets will host Saltillo this week.
Chris Stamps and Warren Central continue to be very stingy on defense as the Vikings blasted rival Vicksburg 42-0. The Vikes (3-0) have allowed just 12 points in three games this year. WCHS will host Natchez this week in a pretty big match-up between a pair of hot teams.
Farrod Green and Wesson have already surpassed their win total of 2013. The Cobras picked up their second win of the 2014 season after a 28-19 contest with West Lauderdale. WHS, winners of two in a row, will travel to Seminary this week.
Tim Washington and Yazoo City were off last week and will be off again this week. The Indians (2-0) will travel to Clarksdale next week.
Alec Murphy made his presence known last week as he ran for 152 yards and four touchdowns on 16 carries in Nixa's 37-2 win over Branson. NHS will take on Willard this week in hopes of evening their record at 2-2.
Nick Tiano was 13 for 24 for 124 yards and a score as Baylor knocked off Montgomery Bell 23-20. The Raiders (3-0) host Brainerd this week.
Harrison Moon helped pave the way in Signal Mountain's cakewalk over Bledsoe County, 56-0. SMHS (3-0) will take on Red Bank High on Friday.
Chason Virgil threw for 348 yards and dive touchdowns as West Mesquite (2-0) demolished Wylie 60-7. WMHS will be back in action this week as they host Red Oak.
Deddrick Thomas scored from 60 yards out as Central raced past Melrose 42-18. Central (3-)) will take on Whitehaven this week in a big game for both teams.
Donald Gray caught seven passes for 95 yards and a touchdownn in a 46-10 loss to East Mississippi.
Jonathan Calvin recorded seven tackles and was one of the bright spots on defense on a pretty dismal night.
Co-Lin (1-1) will host Mississippi Delta on Thursday.