MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update 11/10

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.

Ethan Stockett and Southside saw their playoff lives flash before their eyes late in the fourth quarter against Little Rock Central. Trailing 3-0 with just over four minutes left, Southside blocked a punt and recovered it in the end zone to take their first and only lead of the ball game 7-3. Backed up against their own goal posts, the visitors from Southside put together a goal line stand that ended with a third down interception at the one yard line in the game's final seconds. Next week Southside travels to North Little Rock with a berth in the state championship game on the line.

Addison Lawrence and Magnolia Heights struck early and often in a 48-20 win over Hillcrest Christian. With the win, Magnolia Heights has earned the right to play for the state championsip next Friday afternoon against Lamar on the campus of Mississippi College at 1:30.

Antwon Dixon scored on runs of 2 and 3 yards as Terry raced passed Poplarville 48-26. The Bulldogs will travel to 12-0 Forrest AHS next week

Mike Hunt and Franklin County continued their stingy defensive play and got by the high powered offense of Carthage High 14-13. A first quarter missed extra point for Carthage proved to be the margin of victory. Next week Franklin County will host Collins and Jonathon Booth.

Antonio White got the scoring started for Hollandale-Simmons with a 19-yard touchdown reception. Simmons poured it on in the second half as they rolled to a 44-14 win over Shaw. Simmons will play at Baldwyn next week.

Jazzmen Guy and Damein Anderson proved once again that Hazelhurst will have a say in the 3A state championship after a 35-28 win over Raleigh. The Indians will play SE Lauderdale next week.

Karlin Brown helped Lincoln High to a 33-0 blanking of Wolfson. Lincoln advances to the second round of the state playoffs.

Korentheus Bailey and the East Hall seniors walked off a winner on Senior night. East Hall won 29-20 over Gilmer to end the season at 5-5 and 3-2 in the conference.

Jamariey Atterberry saw his tremendous high school career come to an end after a 17-14 loss to Lafayette County.

Quentin Saulsberry and Independence had few answers as Ripley rolled by 42-24.

All other MSU commitments have concluded their season

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