MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update

The MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update is a free weekly feature that allows you, the fan, to see how the Bulldogs-to-be did in their most recent high school contests.

Arceto Clark had a nice scamper to paydirt along with five other catches as Shannon knocked off West Point in dramatic fashion. Despite taking a 28-14 lead, Shannon (1-0) found themselves down 35-28 with just under two minutes to play. After a scoring a touchdown in the games final seconds, the Bucs converted on a two-point conversion to win 36-35.

Nelson Hurst was the leading receiver for the Plainfield Quakers (3-0) in a 14-12 win. The win over Whiteland, the first conference victory, was ensured after Whiteland failed to convert the tying two point conversion. Hurst finished the night with three catches for 49 yards.

Corey Broomfield and Bayside high also had a flair for the dramatic in their season opening win. With under a minute to play Bayside (1-0), kicked a field goal to knock off Cocoa 16-13.

John Paul Alford and Koscuisko (1-0) got their 4A title hopes off to a good start with a 40-17 pasting of Northwest Rankin.

Kirkland Gainous and Lincoln High School(1-0) rolled over Rickards 47-14.

Charles Bailey and Bartram Trail (1-0) got the benefit of a running clock in the second half of a 51-0 cakewalk over Palatka.

Bo Walters and Briarwood (1-0) pulled what some may consider an upset Friday evening as they got by Vestavia Hills 21-12.

Montario Patterson had a 95 yard kickoff return for a touchdown, but ToJo's big play was about all the offense Biggersville (0-1) could muster as they fell 48-6 to East Webster.

Delmon Robinson had two long kick returns as well as 40 yard catch in a 28-17 Vicksburg (0-1) loss to Clarksdale.

Devin Jones saw his DeSoto Central (0-1) teammates fall to Bruce 19-16.

Terrance Davis and Salem (0-1) sputtered on offense and were shut out 21-0 by Thomson.

Baker Swedenburg got a few reps in a 36-0 Heritage Academy (0-2) loss to Lamar 36-0.

Kendrick Cook and Etowah saw their game postponed due to inclement weather.

Templeton Hardy and North Panola (1-0) came from behind to knock off Coahoma County 16-15.


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