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MRA continues to dominate, thanks in part to stout offensive and defensive lines.
MRA continues to dominate, thanks in part to stout offensive and defensive lines.
Thursday, September 20, 2018 12:00 PM
MADISON – As MRA’s players were awaiting the end of halftime festivities and the start of the third quarter here Friday night, two-way star Joe Perkins took a knee on the turf at Patriot Field and eventually let out a really big yawn
  • Madison Central defeats Pearl 35-12
    Madison Central walked into the reigning 6A state champions house and walked away with a huge 35-12 victory over Pearl this past Friday.
  • Despite 173 yards rushing from sophomore Nick Barnes, and 136 yards rushing from freshman Branson Robinson, Germantown was unable to get much going against Clinton, who marched up and down the field. 
  • Now 1-2 on the year, Germantown only threw for 104 yards passing and ran for 142 yards. They only completed 40 percent of their passes and averaged 4.1 yards a carry on the ground.
  • Madison County Schools associate superintendent named to National Federation of State High School Associations Board
    Kalvin Robinson has been appointed to the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Board of Directors.  His four-year term as at-large representative for Sections 3 and 7 began July 1, 2018.
  • Madison Central beats Ocean Springs 35-10 in home opener
    After a week one loss to Brandon, Madison Central bounced back with a solid 35-10 win over Ocean Springs. The Jaguars pounded away on the ground with 44 total rushing attempts for a total of 239 yards.
  • Weekly Football Roundup
    Led by the passing of senior quarterback Holland Townes, the Saints got everything they wanted from the Bulldogs defense. Townes went 19-33 for 273 yards and two touchdowns. The Saints got a boost from their return game as junior Aaron Cooper returned a kick and a punt for touchdowns and also put up 238 all-purpose yards with 103 receiving yards, 80 kick return yards and 55 punt return yards. 
  • The Mavericks got off to a rough start this season, losing the opener last Friday to Northwest Rankin 42-7.
  • SENATOBIA - The quick toss from Philip Short to Pierce Smith was spot on, same for Smith’s downfield pass to William Milam. All that was left was for Milam, who was streaking wide open down the middle of the field, to catch the perfectly thrown, high-arcing football.
  • St. Joseph ends 41-year drought with title
    St. Joseph Catholic School won the MHSAA 2A State Title in baseball last week by taking two of three games against East Union High School.
  • Jackson Prep wins state after beating JA
    Jackson Preparatory School won their fifth MAIS AAAA State Title in baseball in six years after sweeping rival Jackson Academy last week.
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