MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update 10/20

The MSU commitment scoreboard update is a weekly feature available to all readers. The update gives you, the reader, the chance to see how the Bulldogs-to-be fared in their most recent games.

Jamariey Atterberry had rushing touchdowns of 3, 22, and 13 yards in a 34-13 win over Brookhaven. Koscuisko is now 7-2 on the season. Coach John Perry's Whippets can clinch the Region 4-4A title outright with a win next week over West Lauderdale.

Marcus Green scored four touchdowns to lead Kemper County (4-5) to a 37-34 win over previously unbeaten Enterprise Clarke. The win, coupled with a Union win over Clarkdale, now has Kemper County in the playoffs.

Karlin Brown and Lincoln High School (6-2) won the District 3-4A title with a win 32-6 win over Chiles. After a bye week next week, Lincoln will play undefeated Godby for the right to claim the title of best high school football team in Tallahasse.

Chris Relf and G.W. Carver (3-4) denied Jeff Davis a chance to clinch a playoff spot and kept their own playoff hopes alive with a 19-17 upset win. Carver's last district game is next week. A win over Lanier should put Relf and company into the playoffs with a 4-3 record in Region 4 Class 6A.

Jazzmen Guy and Damein Anderson stay on track with a 37-20 win over Jefferson County. Damein scored on a one yard plunge and later converted a two point conversion. Hazlehurst now stands 6-2 on the season. The #2 seed for Region 6-3A and a first round home playoff game will be at stake next week when Crystal Springs visits.

Mike Hunt and Franklin County (8-1) continue to steam roll opponents. This week FCHS wears out Wilkinson County 47-0. Tylertown will travel to FCHS with the district championship on the line next week.

Antonio White and Simmons (7-1) found themselves in a tussle that had to go an extra round. In overtime, Simmons knocks off Leland 22-20. The victory over Leland gives Simmons sole possesion of first place in Region 4-2A.

Antwon Dixon was held off the scoreboard, but Terry advanced to 8-1 with a 40-14 cake walk win over Florence. Terry has clinched a playoff birth, but the top spot in region 6-4A will be up for grabs next week when McComb comes to town.

Eric Richards nailed a 47 yard field goal and two extra points as Warren Central (4-5) upset Clinton 17-16 in overtime. The win keeps Warren Central in the playoff chase, but they must knock off Provine next week.

Co-Eric Riley had five catches for 115 yards including an 80 yard touchdown catch and run to lead Gulf Coast (7-1) by Archie Sims, Tim Holloway and JCJC (6-2)

Ethan Stockett and Southside (5-3) appear to be peaking at the right time. A 38-7 win over Ha-Ber is the second blowout win in as many weeks.

Lee Chambers and Coffeeville (4-4) had a tough night. Chambers converted a two point conversion, but the Weir defense kept him out of the endzone in a 49-16 win.

Addison Lawrence and Magnolia Heights got a bit of a scare tonight, but still moved to 8-0 with a 24-17 win over Jackson Academy.

Quentin Saulsberry and Independence improved to 4-5 with a 14-0 blanking of Holly Springs. The win keeps Independence in the playoff mix.

Derek Sherrod and Caledonia fell to 3-6 after a 20-17 loss to South Pontotoc

Colton Jenkins and Winona (4-5) got back on track with a 20-9 win over Humphreys County.

D.J. Looney and Oak Mountain (4-4) got back to .500 with a 24-16 win over Mountain Brook.

Korentheus Bailey and East Hall (3-4) picked up a win 27-14 over Lumpkin County.

Maurice Crutison and Port Gibson fell to 0-8 with a 39-0 loss to Mendenhall.

Dakota Merritt and West Florida Tech fell to 0-8 with a 44-0 loss to Gulf Breeze.

Jonathan Williams and Jimmie Holmes improved to 4-4 on the year with a 14-6 win over Holmes.


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