Tri-County Academy’s Mayson Reeves prepares to snap the ball for the Rebels.
Tri-County Academy’s Mayson Reeves prepares to snap the ball for the Rebels.
Madison Central (7-2,4-1) steamrolled district opponent Provine (5-4,1-4) in a huge 38-6 homecoming bout last Friday.

Senior and sophomore signal callers J.D. Hull and Jimmy Holliday both scored two touchdowns. Holliday also had 93 yards on nine carries and Hull had 77 on six carries.

Cedric Beal nabbed 27 yards on 12 carries and scored one touchdown.

Kale Nation knocked in all five extra points and completed one lone field goal attempt.

Though he did not score a touchdown, Cameron White gained 88 yards on six carries for the Jags' constant ground attack.

Senior Truett Bourne recorded 10 total tackles and was closely followed by Kirkland Trahan with eight and Peyton Rea with seven.

Kobe Cole caused a fumble and was one of at least three Jags to secure six tackles on the evening. Trahan recorded one sack.

The tenacious home defense kept the Rams to 136 total yards of offense.

They prepare to face Northwest Rankin who sits with the same record as the Jags and have recorded similar losses to Starkville 38-14 and Pearl 17-7 who are both undefeated in district play. Northwest Rankin is coming off a strong 38-20 victory over a struggling 1-8 Greenville.

Ridgeland (4-5,2-3) shook off three straight losses with a decisive 44-26 district victory over Neshoba Central (3-7,1-4) in Ridgeland.

Titans freshman QB, Zy Mcdonald completed 14 of 19 passes for 248 yards and two touchdowns to Michael Price. His furthest pass went to price for 62 yards. Mcdonald also claimed one of the Titan’s two rushing touchdowns.

Sophomore Markell Young took his single carry 16 yards to the house.

Price had eight catches for 220 yards, the lion’s share of the Titan’s air attack.

Sophomore Devin Chambers put in a lot of work carrying the ball 23 times for 171 yards and a longest carry of 31 yards.

Devon Jefferson led the defense with ten recorded tackles, followed by Jaylen Tucker who had eight.

Latrell Williams blew up two plays recovering two fumbles and taking one in for a touchdown. The junior also claimed six tackles on the evening.

The Titans prepare to take on Holmes County Central (2-7,1-4) who is coming off their third straight district loss 22-20 to 5-5 Callaway. The Titans beat the Chargers 35-14 in Ridgeland earlier this month.

Canton (5-5,1-4) dropped their third straight district game 40-14 to Vicksburg (3-6,3-3) in Canton.

Canton’s Jose Martinez got the Tigers on the board first, but they would prove to be unable to move the ball all evening until Cameron Harris would punch in a two yard touchdown with four minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.

Canton prepares to travel to local district foe Germantown in their second to last game of the season before they take on currently undefeated Cleveland Central in Canton.

Germantown (5-4,4-1) prepares for its first of two local matches in Canton and Ridgeland. Germantown prepares to host Canton in their penultimate game of the season.

The Mavs are coming off their first loss in four weeks and their first district loss of the season 34-16 to Cleveland Central.

Senior Noah Greenwood kept the offense moving forward with 24 carries for 136 yards and one touchdown. Greenwood was also perfect in pass completion, completing fiive of five passes for 39 total yards.

Cade Pinnix completed eight of 31 passes for 89 yards and one touchdown pass to Jack Hunter Johnson who led the Mavs with five catches and 61 total yards.

Zachary Boerner was the only Mavs to grab double digit tackles, recording 16 on the evening. The Junior was closely followed by senior Travis Hancock who had nine.

Orinthia May, a usually powerful player for the Mavs, only had two tackles but recorded a sack for the Mavs.

The Wolves exploded to a 14-point lead in the first quarter and posted a 21-13 halftime lead over the Mavs. The Mavericks would not get back on the board until Johnny Moss kicked a field goal in the fourth quarter that proved to be too little too late.

Velma Jackson claimed their fourth win a row with a 34-0 shutout of Mclaurin, rolling to undefeated in district play.

The Falcons prepare to head to Raleigh (4-6,3-1) who is maintaining a small win streak of their own after a victory over St. Andrew’s.

St. Andrew’s (4-5,1-3) is looking to end on a high note as they prepare for Crystal Springs (4-6,2-2) who is coming off a 24-17 loss to Magee (5-5,2-2) in Crystal Springs.

They dropped a soul crusher last week to Raleigh in a 34-32 slugfest in Ridgeland.

Junior Holland Townes let the ball loose liberally netting 23 completions of 46 total for 361 yards and three touchdowns to Wade Monty, Spencer Wallace and Nathan Barham.

Townes was kept to only two yards on two carries but that proved sufficient to punch in two touchdowns on the ground.

The Saints had 393 yards on the evening.

The Saints will have to eliminate mistakes as they prepare for their final game of the regular season.

Jackson Academy (7-2,2-2) dropped their second game of the season against 9-1 Parklane in a 21-28 battle in McComb.

The Raiders prepare to host Oak Forest Academy (6-3,1-3), the only team to beat Parklane this season.

The Yellowjackets are coming off beating at the hands of MRA.

Undefeated Jackson Prep looks to put the cap on a perfect regular season as they prepare to host Parklane. The Patriots are coming off a decisive 45-28 victory over 5-5 New Hope.

Prep took a 14-0 lead early. New Hope proved able to produce scoring all their points in the second and third quarters, but proved to be severely outpaced as prep managed to scoring all evening.

Chance Lovertich had a successful night in the air completing 12 of 20 passes for 230 yards and four touchdowns, one to Jerrion Ealy and the other three to Clark Beard.

Beard was the most productive receiver with four catches, 106 yards and the longest catch of the evening with 47 yards.

Ealy had a dominant 18 carries for 180 yards and two more touchdowns. His longest run was 37 yards.

Reed Peats had a field goal and completed all six extra point attempts. Peats also had two receptions for 45 yards.

Moving to defense, Peats was one of two Patriots to reach double digit tackles. The other was junior Hayden Hill who had 17 tackles on the evening.

Seniors Wilson mink and Nevin Wells would pick off two passes and one pass respectively.

Prep prepares to host Parklane Academy in McComb.

Canton Academy (3-6,1-3) dropped their last game of the season 28-14 against Heritage Academy (8-2,3-1) in Canton.

The two Panthers that saw the end zone were seniors Patrick Sandridge, who rushed one in, and Joseph Mclean who caught a pass from Christian Rainer.

Rainer went 11 of 23 on the evening for 115 yards.

Clean completed a pass of his own, 29 yards to Rainer.

Many of the same players stood out on defense with Mclean returning a fumble for 28 yards and Sandridge leading the defense with 14 tackles.

Clean had eight tackles of his own and was joined in that figure by Chad Wages.

Heritage will go on to host Central Private (6-4,0-3) of Baker, Louisiana in the first round of the playoffs.

Tri-County Academy (5-4,1-2) ended their regular season on a high note with a 21-14 overtime win over Hartfield (1-9,1-2) in Flora, as they head into the playoffs this weekend.

The Rebels got on the board first and enjoyed a halftime lead of 7-0. Trace White opened the second half with a five yard rushing touchdown.

TCA would score in overtime with a pass.

They prepare to host Oak Hill (6-3,2-2) of West Point who are coming off a crushing 21-0 loss to Marshall Academy (8-1,4-0) in Holly Springs.

St. Joseph sits 7-3 and undefeated in district play and ready for the playoffs after a thorough beating of Puckett (4-6,0-4) in Puckett. They prepare to face Pisgah (7-3,2-1) in their last district game of the regular season.

The first half was like a firework show as the Bruins exploded to a 27-point lead in the first quarter. They would swap blows with the Wolves in the second going into halftime ahead 60-30. St. Joe would hang another touchdown on the board and the Wolves would remain silent until managing a touchdown and a failed two point conversion in the fourth.

Hayden Brice stood out with only four touches that amounted to 100 yards on the ground and three touchdowns. One of those touchdowns was a catch he took for 20 yards.

Chandler Thornhill had three carries for 39 yards and two touchdowns.

Nick Bouldin and Daniel Clarke both picked up touchdowns on the ground and Kiland Harrison also picked up a receiving touchdown.

Pisgah is coming off a 31-23 loss to Mize (6-4,2-1), their first loss in five weeks.