MSU Commitment Scoreboard update - 11/3

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 scored FIVE touchdowns as Koscuicko knocked off Itawamba 50-39. Jamariey scored on runs of 84 yards, 40 yards, two 35 yard runs and a 95 yard kickoff return. The Whippets will host Lafayette County in the second round next week.

Antonio White scooped up a fumble and marched in from six yards out as Hollandale-Simmons advances after a 34-14 win over Belmont. Simmons will host Shaw next week in second round action.

Antwon Dixon scampered in from 35 yards out as Terry defeated D'Iberville 25-13. The Bulldogs will host Poplarville next week.

Damein Anderson scored the game winning touchdown on a one yard dive in a 20-12 win over South Pike. Hazlehurst, Anderson and Jazzmen Guy will travel to 10-1 Raleigh next week.

Quentin Saulsberry and upstart Independence rolled into Houston and snuck out with a 28-14 win. Independence will travel to Ripley next week.

Mike Hunt and Franklin County wore out Raymond 47-7. Hunt and his teammates will get a test next week when O'Neal Wilder and Carthage come to town.

Addison Lawrence and Magnolia Heights remain unbeated after a 35-30 win over Washington. Addison scored on a two point conversion.

Eric Richards converted 3 of 4 extra points in a 29-9 Warren Central win over Vicksburg.

Lee Chambers and Coffeeville evened up their record at 5-5 with an 18-6 win over French Camp.

Marcus Green saw his high school career come to a close after a 32-13 loss at Lumberton.

Ethan Stockett and Southside won "The Battle of Rogers Ave" with a 24-10 win over Northside and Kodi Burns. Southside will begin playoff action next week.

Chris Relf left his final high school game in the second half with a thumb injury. Chris had two touchdown passes as Carver slips by Northview 27-19.

D.J. Looney and the Oak Mountain seniors went out with a bang. Oak Mountain destroyed Erwin 52-14.

Karlin Brown and Lincoln lost the city championship to undefeated Godby 31-8, but will host Wolfson next week in the first round of the playoffs.

Dakota Merritt and West Florida Tech saw their season end with a 38-0 loss to Pace.

Korentheus Bailey and East Hall got blasted 54-3 by North Hall. East Hall is now 4-5 on the season.

Maurice Crutison, Derek Sherrod, Colton Jenkins, Co-Eric Riley, Dominic Douglas, Jonathan Williams, Jimmie Holmes, Archie Sims and Tim Holloway concluded their seasons last week.

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