Eric Richards nailed home a 27 yard field goal as well as three extra points as Warren Central (2-4) blew out Greenville-Weston 40-0.
Antwon Dixon scored on touchdown catches of 4 and 64 yards to help Terry High School improve to 6-0 with a 63-0 win over Port Gibson.
Marcus Green ran for one touchdown and threw for another, but came up just short in a 21-16 loss to Scott Central. Kemper County is now 2-4 on the season.
Damein Anderson and Jazzmen Guy fell on the road at Ouachita, LA 40-35. Damein scored on runs of 22 and 65 yards and converted passes on a pair of two point conversions. One of the conversions gave the defending state champs a 35-34 4th quarter lead that they were unable to hold. Hazlehurst is now 3-2 on the season.
Mike Hunt snagged a 24 yard touchdown pass to help 5-1 Franklin County get past West Marion 28-6.
Lee Chambers scored on a 4 yard run for Coffeeville's only points of the night in a 42-6 loss to Benoit-Brooks. Coffeeville is 3-3 on the season.
Derek Sherrod and Caledonia lost to Nettleton 47-28 which drops Caledonia's season record to 2-4.
Colton Jenkins and Winona (3-3) lost 22-3 to Charleston.
Quentin Saulsberry and Independence got by North Panola 14-12 to advance their record to 3-3.
Dakota Merritt and West Florida Tech got on the board tonight, but fell 35-6 to Woodham. WFT is 0-5 on the season.
D.J. Looney and Oak Mountain (2-3) picked up a 28-7 win over Paul Bryant High School.
Karlin Brown and Lincoln High School (3-2) got a chance to be home for the first time in a while and they took advantage by routing Springfield Rutherford 49-7.
Ethan Stockett and Southside (3-2) came up just short in a 28-22 decision against Rogers.
Jamariey Atterberry and Koscuisko (3-3) got back on track with a 63-28 win over New Hope.
Antonio White and Hollandale-Simmons (4-1) blew out Riverside 46-6.
Maurice Crutison and Port Gibson lost 63-0 to Terry which brings their season record to 0-6.
Chris Relf and Carver were off this week.
Korentheus Bailey and East Hall dropped to 1-3 with a 42-6 loss to Pickens.
Co-Eric Riley and MGCC rolled to a 34-10 win over Co-Lin on Saturday to advance to 4-1 and control their own destiny in the race for one of two south division playoff spots.