Jackson Prep made Mississippi High School football history Friday night by ending an undefeated season with their sixth straight state championship in a crushing 38-3 defeat of Parklane (10-4) at Mississippi College.

The new record bests South Panola’s historic 2003-2007 run that clocked five straight state titles.

While the relentless offensive attack of Jerrion Ealy and Chance Lovertich has been the face of this season, the stingy defense earned their fifth game of the season where they held opponents to less than 10 points. Prep’s defense held opponents to an average of 15 points this season and recorded two shutouts.

They had three players record double digits with Hayden Hill claiming 20 tackles, followed by Nevin Wells with 13 and Cooper Carroll who had 11 tackles on the evening.

Wilson Mink caused a fumble and got in on six tackles.

Lovertich completed five of 11 passes for 131 yards and two touchdowns, both to Jake Maloney who had 102 yards on three receptions.

Ealy chewed up the turf in customary fashion with 16 carries for 130 yards and resulting in two touchdowns for the junior.

Reed Peets kicked five extra points and completed his one attempted field goal.