MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update 10/12

Scoring was in high order this past weekend as the Bulldog football commitments went 12-3 in their respective games.

Joshua Jackson and Canton advanced to 5-2 on the season after crashing Pearl's homecoming 52-23. Josh was a force all night totaling over a dozen tackles and two sacks.

Antonio Hoskins and Water Valley (2-5) notched their second win of the year with a 53-48 shoot out win over Williams-Sullivan.

Baker Swedenburg and Heritage (1-7) fell to Winston Academy 20-0.

Delmon Robinson scored on a 45 yard run to help Vicksburg (5-2) polish off Yazoo County 35-13.

Templeton Hardy and North Panola (4-3) had no answer for Oxford as the Chargers rolled 62-40.

Arceto Clark got back to work and hauled in two touchdown passes to help pace Shannon (7-0), who scored a season high nine touchdowns, in a 63-41 win over New Albany.

John Paul Alford and Koscuisko fell to 5-2 after West Point added a late fourth quarter field goal to win 17-14.

Terrance Davis and Salem High defeated Alcovy 27-7 to move on to 5-1 on the season.

Kendrick Cook and Etowah blanked Arab 14-0. Etowah is playing to position themselves for a playoff spot and are currently 4-3.

Bo Walters and Briarwood continue to dominate the competition as they blasted Sylacauga 49-13. Briarwood is currently ranked number one in the state of Alabama.

Corey Broomfield picked off two passes and returned them for touchdowns as Bayside (4-2) routed Satellite 49-7. Corey has five interceptions on the season.

Charles Bailey had a long touchdown catch called back due to a holding penalty this past Friday. That one play was a good representation of Batram Trail's night as they were drilled 41-10 by Madison County. Bartram Trail falls to 4-3 on the season.

Kirkland Gainous and Lincoln high move to 6-1 after an impressive 45-7 win over East Gadsen.

Nelson Hurst was the leading receiver for Plainfield with four catches for 72 yards and touchdown in a 55-28 win over Greenwood in the regular season finale. PHS ends the regular season 6-3 and will begin post season play next week as the sectional round begins.

Devin Jones' and Montario Patterson's seasons are over after both players suffered season ending injuries earlier this year.

2009 quarterback commitment Chris Garrett was 9 of 12 for 151 yards and two touchdowns as Tupelo blasted Southaven 41-7. Chris sat out the second half of action after the Golden Wave built a 34-7 lead. Tupelo will travel to South Panola next week.

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