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The Patriots’ defense swarms to get Jackson Academy’s quarterback Kinkead Dent.
The Patriots’ defense swarms to get Jackson Academy’s quarterback Kinkead Dent.
Wednesday, October 10, 2018 12:00 PM
JACKSON – MRA’s big-play, high-scoring offense has garnered most of the headlines this season. 
    FYI: Don’t sleep on the Patriots’ defense. Sam Shufelt, John Cartwright and the rest of the gang on that side of the football are pretty good, too. Make that really good.
  • TCA score shutout win over River Oaks
    The Rebels defense was stout giving up only 51 total yards. The offense was lead by Greyson Smith, Cade Shepard and Trace White. The Rebels took control of the game on the opening drive and never looked back.
  • Holmes Central ran up and down the field against Germantown. They ran the ball 42 tims for 444 yards. Senior Robert Jackson carried the ball 15 times for 167 yards, senior Decoria Banks also ran nine times for 158 yards and three touchdowns. 
  • Weekly Football Roundup
    A two headed monster out of the backfield led the charge as Germantown cruised against Callaway last Friday night.
  • Holiday named ‘Giant of the Week’
    After 2 weeks down on the Gulf Coast, last week’s Wendy’s Giant of the Week recipient was Jimmy Holiday, quarterback of Madison Central High School. 
  • Patriots Continue To Roll
    MADISON – It took some late-game heroics for MRA to slip past St. Stanislaus a year ago on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
  • Two local teams held their first district play matchup when Ridgeland (4-1) posted a 38-35 win over Canton (4-2) in Ridgeland.
  • 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. 
  • 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.
  • 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.
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