MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update - Week 2

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Nickoe Whitley and Provine (1-1) fell to Callaway 22-20, but the Rams' season may have taken a serious blow on their final offensive snap of the first half.

Quarterback Nickoe Whitley had staked Provine to an early lead with a 51 yard fumble return for a touchdown and a short TD pass. The Rams were looking for more when a Callaway defender tackled Whitley as he scrambled away from pressure on a 3rd down play.

Nickoe stayed down for several minutes while being attended to by the medical staff. Whitley traded his shoulder pads in for a pair of crutches in the second half which limited Provine's efforts on both sides of the ball.

Whitley reported post game that it appears his knee has a sprain or a bruise, but an MRI early this week will shed more light on his condition.

Tyler Russell turned in a flawless performance on Friday night with a 34-7 pasting of Starkville High School. Russell was 8 for 8 for 175 yards and two touchdowns and he rushed for another.

Chris Smith had another strong showing as the Wildcats advance to 2-0.

Jonathan Banks and East Webster (2-0) have been unstoppable so far this season. The Wolverines demolished Thrasher 59-0 this past Friday night. Through two weeks, East Webster is outscoring the opposition 121-0. The 121 points is the highest two week total in the state of Mississippi regardless of classification.

Cameron Lawrence scored a rushing touchdown for Magnolia Heights (2-1) in a 36-6 win over Marshall Academy. Cameron is being utilized at several positions now and the change had sparked the Mag Heights offense.

Josh Boyd and Philadelphia got their first win of the season this past Friday night with a 19-13 win over Carthage.

William Shumpert and IAHS (2-0) rolled over Senatobia 34-19. The Indians have not missed a beat on offense despite losing QB Bret Jefcoat to graduation.

Fletcher Cox had a pair of sacks in an 18-0 Yazoo City win over Greenwood. The Indians' defense has proved to be extremely fierce this season. Through eight quarters Yazoo City (2-0) has only allowed one score.

Montez Phillips and Lafayette County (0-2) struggled in a 14-7 loss to Shannon in the slop thanks to the remnants of Hurricane Gustav. Phillips completed just two passes, one of which accounts for the Commodores lone score of the evening.

Gabriel Jackson of Amite County (0-1) as well as Pat Patterson and Deonate Skinner of Noxubee County (1-0) enjoyed a bye week in their respective schedules.

ICC (0-2) and Pernell McPhee are still struggling to find some success this season. Gulf Coast (2-0) and Chris White had little trouble in a 36-0 blowout win.

Josh Hollingsworth passed for 305 yards and a pair of touchdowns in 38-21 win over Good Hope. Hamilton advances to 2-0 on the year.

Anthony Rogers and North Little Rock knocked off two time defending state champion Texarkana 17-0 in the season opener for both teams. The win over Texarkana was the first for the Wildcats in six seasons.

Sam Watts and Salem High School (0-2) continue to struggle on offense. Rockdale County got by the Seminoles 19-0.

Montrell Conner rushed for 242 yards on just 16 carries as Ouachita slipped by Richwood 31-28. Conner scored on runs of 11 and 75 yards as the Lions won the season opener.

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