Bo Walters and Briarwood Christian remain unbeaten on the season after surviving a two overtime thriller with Homewood 45-43. For Homewood, MSU baseball commitment David Hayes was 21 of 32 for 213 yards and four touchdowns.
Terrance Davis and Salem High School traveled to previously unbeaten Eastwood and handed them a 24-17 loss in the district opener for both teams. The Seminoles, winners of four straight, are now 4-1 on the season.
John Paul Alford was labeled a "blocking machine" by one observer of Kosciusko's 44-0 pasting of Caledonia. The Whippets are now 4-1 on the season and looking more and more like a serious contender for the north half title.
Arceto Clark and Shannon continued their winning ways with a 34-7 cakewalk over Pontotoc. The Bucs are now 5-0 on the season.
Templeton Hardy and North Panola got back on the winning side of things in a big way this week with a 47-12 win over Byhalia.
Kendrick Cook and Etowah advanced to 3-2 after a 38-0 shelling of West End.
Nelson Hurst and Plainfield are now 5-2 on the season after crushing Franklin 41-6. Plainfield takes on conference leading Mooresville next weekend.
Corey Broomfield made a 30 yard TD catch that proved to be the margin of victory as Bayside marched to 4-1 with a 14-13 win over Merritt Island.
Kirkland Gainous and Lincoln bounced back this week to defeat Pensacola Pine Forest 48-47 in a thriller.
Charles Bailey and Bartam Trail fell to 3-2 after Lake Brantley completed a successful two point conversion for a 29-28 win in the game's final minutes.
Montario Patterson saw his Biggersville team fall to 1-4 after a 34-7 loss to Smithville. The next time ToJo suits up it will probably be in maroon and white.
Devin Jones will soon be making his return to the field if things go well. Tonight DeSoto Central could have used him as the Jags lost to Starkville 31-19.
Baker Swedenburg and Heritage Academy just seem unable to mount anything offensively. The Patriots fall to 0-6 after losing to Marshall Academy 28-7.