MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update Week 2

The MSU commitment scoreboard is a free weekly feature that allows you the reader to keep up with how the Bulldogs to be are doing in their current seasons. Several MSU commitments were in action on Friday night.

C.J. Johnson scored from a yard out and led another strong defensive effort as Philadelphia advanced to 2-0 after a 46-6 win over Lexington - McClain.

Justin Cox and the West Point offense made the trip to Daytona to take on 6A power Mainland and came way with a 14-0 win. The Wave defense limited Mainland to 107 total yards of offense. West Point is now 2-0.

Darion Arrington added a short TD run, but Stone High School's comeback bid faded in the final moments as George County escaped 31-28. The Tomcats fall to 0-2 after two narrow losses.

Joe Morrow scored from 72 yards out on the second play for scrimmage as Ocean Springs jumped out to an early lead on Tylertown. The Hounds had to score on the final play of regulation and turn back a two point attempt in overtime to take their record to 2-0.

Daniel Knox is still sidelined and his Knights of West Lauderdale could use his help. They fall to 0-2 with a loss to Neshoba Central 28-6. Knox is anxious to return, but is expected to be out a couple more weeks.

Rufus Warren made some nice plays defensively, but the Gentry offense had trouble getting the ball in his hands. The team now falls to 0-2 after a 28-6 loss to Greenwood.

Scout was on hand to film this game and highlights of Rufus' play will be on line soon.

Jermaine Whitehead and Amanda Elzy dropped their season opener to LeFlore County 41-14. Some tough match-ups await, so the Panthers (0-1) will need to regroup.

Nick Redmond and Harrison Central got off on the wrong foot with their season Friday evening as D'ibeville rolled 35-7.

Devin Fosselman and James Maiden fought hard, but fell late and fell hard as Natchez scored a pair of touchdowns as a result of two fumbles that staked their lead out to 27-7 in under a minute of 3rd quarter action.

In the defeat, Fosselman had double digit catches for over 150 yards.

Scout was also on hand for this contest, so highlights of James' and Devin's play will be on line soon.

Zachary Jackson and Heidelberg found little relief this week against Quitman. The offense continues to struggle. HHS falls to 0-2 after the 39-0 loss.

It was jamboree night in Louisiana, but Devonte Scott, Josh Robinson and Dak Prescott will open their seasons officially next week.

ICC standout Darius Slay will begin his season this coming Thursday.

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