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.
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.