MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update 10/19

The MSU Commitment scoreboard update is a free weekly feature during football season that allows you the fan to chance to see how the Bulldogs-to-be did in their latest action on the gridiron.

Nelson Hurst and Plainfield live to play another day. Nelson Hurst reeled in a 20 yard first quarter touchdown to get the Quakers started in the sectional round of the post season against the Frankfort Hot Dogs. Yes, you read that right...Hot Dogs. The Quakers advance their record to 7-3 with the 24-6 win.

Arceto Clark hauled in a pair of touchdown tosses to help lead Shannon (8-0) over Center Hill 41-15.

Bo Walters and Briarwood Christian remain undefeated after blowing out Moody, 38-0. Briarwood is now 8-0 on the year.

Joshua Jackson and Canton needed to come from behind after digging themselves a 14-0 hole to Callaway. Canton scored 21 unanswered points to slip by 21-14 and move their record to 6-2.

Corey Broomfield and Bayside rolled up Port St. Lucie 41-6. Bayside is now 6-2 on the season and Corey leads all of Brevard County in interceptions.

Charles Bailey and Batram Trail (5-3) clinched a playoff spot Friday night when they knocked off White 28-14. Bailey and Bartram Trail can win the district championship with a win next week.

Kirkland Gainous and Lincoln are on the verge of running away with things in their district. The Trojans are now 7-1 after polishing off Mosely 35-13.

Terrance Davis sat out Salem's 45-6 blowout win tonight. Davis is battling a hamstring injury, but is expected back in a couple of weels. Salem is now 6-1 after winning their sixth straight contest.

Delmon Robinson and Vicksburg moved their record to 6-2 after a 49-6 cakewalk over Lanier.

Kendrick Cook and Etowah feel to 4-4 after losing to Butler 21-14.

John Paul Alford and Koscuisko appear to have hit a dry spell of late. The Whippets (5-3) lose for the second straight week, this time to Noxubee 30-7.

Templeton Hardy and North Panola are all even at 4-4 after losing 34-14 to Independence.

Antonio Hoskins and Water Valley got blasted by Bruce 61-20. Water Valley is now 2-6 on the season.

Baker Swedenburg and Heritage fall to 1-8 after Magnolia Heights ran away with things 44-0.

Due to injuries Devin Jones and Montario Patterson are both done for the year.

2009 commitment Chris Garrett and Tupelo had a tough time mounting any offense against South Panola. The Tigers win 22-9 and drop the Wave's record to 6-2 on the year.

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