MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update Week 9

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Josh Hollingsworth was 10 of 13 for 170 yards and two touchdowns as Hamilton trounced Vinemont 34-7. Hamilton has emerged as a legitimate state title contender. HHS (9-0) is beginning to receive first place votes in the Alabama Sports Writers' Poll.

Anthony Rogers and North Little Rock ran their record out to 6-2 with a 14-0 win over Little Rock Central. The Wildcat defense held LR Central to 128 offensive yards.

Sam Watts and Salem got a much needed region win over Winder Barrow. The Seminoles are now 5-3 on the year following the 21-0 contest.

Montrell Conner was back in action this week after spending some time on the shelf with a case of bruised ribs. Conner ran for 160 yards and three touchdowns on twenty-five carries. Ouachita is 6-2 overall and 5-1 in district play after getting by Captain Shreve.

Gabriel Jackson and Amite County showed a lot of pride and picked up a rare win this week. The 22-7 win over Crystal Springs pushed the Trojans to 3-5 on the season.

Jonathan Banks and East Webster continue to be the most dominant team in 1A North. The Wolverines blasted East Oktibbeha 62-0.

Deontae Skinner and Noxubee County (9-0) know a thing of two about domination. The Tigers blanked West Lauderdale 22-0 for their eight shutout in nine games.

Tyler Russell was 7 of 13 for 138 yards and a touchdown. Meridian rolled over Wingfield 53-0.

Chris Smith was the receipient of four of Russell's completions for sixty yards.

Josh Boyd and Philadelphia got a huge win over Union 28-26. Philadelphia is now 7-2 on the season and headed to the playoffs.

Cameron Lawrence and Magnolia Heights (8-1) are sprinting into the post season. Cameron scored on a 15 yard run as the Cheifs blasted Oak Hill 40-3.

Fletcher Cox and Yazoo City doubled up Ridgeland 28-14. The Indians are 5-3 overall.

William Shumpert and IAHS tasted defeat for the first time this season as rival Shannon could do no wrong in a 42-21 win in the battle for first place. IAHS can do no better than second place in their region, but with a win next week can host their first round playoff game.

Montez Phillips and Lafayette County saw their regional championship hopes take a setback with a 22-21 hearbreaking loss to Cleveland.

Earlier this week, Chris White and Gulf Coast (7-2) blasted JCJC 41-8 to win their second consecutive South State title. The Bulldogs will play NWCC in the state playoffs next week.

Pernell McPhee and ICC will end the season today as they host Coahoma for Homecoming.

Nickoe Whitley's season ended earlier this season after suffering a knee injury against Callaway.

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