9/15 Commitment High School Scoreboard Update

The high school season is upon us. Some schools have already begun district play. The high school commitment scoreboard update is a weekly feature to let you know how the Bulldogs-to-be fared under the Friday Night Lights

Antwon Dixon (4-0) scored on a twenty-three yard run to force over time and then scored on a ten yard jaunt in overtime in a 21-20 win over Mendenhall. A Mendenhall PAT missed in the extra stanza and the Terry Bulldogs remain undefeated.

Marcus Green (1-3) ran for a three yard touchdown as well as a pair of two point conversions in a losing effort as Kemper County loses to Union 32-24.

Lee Chambers (3-1) Scored on runs of 11 and 55 yards as Coffeeville knocked off McAdams 38-6.

Addison Lawrence (4-0) Scored an important late touchdown on a 32 yard pass from brother Cameron in a 34-28 Magnolia Heights win over Oak Hill Academy.

Mike Hunt (3-1) returned the opening kickoff 91 yards for a touchdown, but saw Franklin County go down in defeat for the first time 41-35 to Natchez.

Hazlehurst and Damein Anderson and Jazzmen Guy lost their first game in two seasons as Yazoo County knocked off the Indians 39-33. Hazlehurst is now 2-1 on the season.

Maurice Crutison (0-4) saw Port Gibson lose once again this time to Hinds AHS 29-0.

Antonio White (2-1) and Hollandale-Simmons were open this week.

Colton Jenkins (2-2) and Winona lost to South Delta 30-22.

Jamariey Atterberry (3-1) saw Koscuicko defeat Neshoba Central 42-21.

Derek Sherrod (2-2) and Caledonia won over French Camp 17-13.

Quentin Saulsberry (1-3) and Independence lost to Bruce 20-6.

Eric Richards (1-3) and Warren Central fell to Meridian 34-14.

Dakota Merritt (0-4) and West Florida Tech get shutout again 45-0 by Pine Forest.

D.J. Looney (1-2) Oak Mountain shutout Homewood 21-0.

Karlin Brown (1-2) saw his Trojans lose to Pensacola High 34-7.

Ethan Stockett (2-1) and Southside won over Bryant 26-10.

Korenetheus Bailey (1-1) and East Hall were open this week.

Chris Relf (1-2) at last report Carver had defeated Wetumpka 20-14.

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