After a dominate performance over Yazoo County, Germantown struggled to pick up momentum against Southaven.

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.

It was not all doom and gloom, however, as the Maverick defensive front had a field day with the Southaven offensive line. They totaled six sacks on the day, blocked a punt and a field goal while also causing a fumble.

Germantown will travel south to try and get things back on track and take on Clinton tomorrow.

St. Andrew’s- 14 Pisgah-35

After winning their first two games of the season, St. Andrew’s dropped a tough road matchup against Pisgah.

The turnover battle and poor rush defense were the ultimate killers for St. Andrew’s. Pisgah gave up no turnovers but St. Andrew’s threw three picks and lost two fumbles. They also gave up 449 rush yards to Pisgah.

Outside of the interceptions, senior quarterback Holland Townes had a good day. He completed 60 percent of his passes for 245 yards and two touchdowns.

St. Andrew’s will travel across Ridgeland and Madison to take on St. Joseph (Madison) tomorrow.

St. Joseph-7 Jackson

After a 2-0 start, St. Joseph faced a bigger faster and stronger Jackson Academy team, taking their first loss of the season.

JA dominated throughout the game and is 3-0 on the year, no stats were available from the game.

St. Joseph will take on St. Andrew’s tomorrow and JA will travel to Meridian to take on Northeast Lauderdale.

Tri-County Academy-36 Benton Academy-0

After two rough losses to start the season, Tri-County Academy righted the ship with a blowout win over Benton Academy.

Stats are unavailable from the game.

Tri-County Academy will travel to West Memphis, Arkansas to take on West Memphis Christian tomorrow.

Madison Central-41 D’Iberville-7

Madison Central ran the ball until D’Iberville proved they could stop them, and the Warriors never were able to stop the Jaguars as Madison Central won their second game of the season.

The Jaguars are 2-1 on the season and ran the ball 35 times last Friday night. They picked up 343 yards, good for an average of 9.8 yards a carry. Sophomore Duke Arnold led the Jaguars with 18 rushes for 166 yards. Junior quarterback Jimmy Holiday led the team in scoring with four touchdowns, two rushing and two passing. He threw for 76 yards and ran for another 76 yards.

Madison Central will travel across Jackson to take on Pearl tomorrow.

Ridgeland-49 Kosciusko-10

Ridgeland returned to winning last Friday night with a dominant road performance over Kosciusko.

A close game in the first quarter with Kosciusko leading 10-7, Ridgeland ran away with the game in the second quarter scoring 28 unanswered points. Ridgeland is 2-1 on the year.

Ridgeland is off tomorrow and will play Forrest Hill next week.

Canton-43 Jim Hill-6

Canton dominated in the air and on the ground as they steamrolled over Jim Hill last Friday night.

Senior quarterback Jontarius Brown only threw the ball 11 times, but he completed eight of those passes for 199 yards and three touchdowns. Senior Camerone Harris led the team on the ground with a steady dose of moderate gains. He ran the ball 18 times for 177 yards and two touchdowns. His longest run was 21 yards.

Canton, 2-1 on the year, will take on Leake Central tomorrow.

Velma Jackson-33

It was another round of the Antavious Willis show as Velma Jackson left Provine with another big win.

Velma Jackson is 2-1 on the year. Willis ran the ball 20 times for 213 yards and three rushing touchdowns. He threw the ball 10 times, completing eight passes for 165 yards and two passing touchdowns.

The Velma Jackson defensive line had a field day, totaling five sacks and blocking a punt and a kick. The defense also got one interception.

Velma Jackson will play Yazoo County tomorrow.

Canton Academy-21 St. Joseph (Greenville)- 50

Canton Academy drops to 1-2 on the year as St. Joseph ran away with the game in the first quarter.

St. Joseph scored 22 unanswered in the first quarter and were up 36-14 at halftime. Stats were unavailable for the game.

Canton will play the Memphis Nighthawks, of Arlington, Tennessee, at home tomorrow.

Jackson Prep-41


Jackson Prep dominates once again, this time over Forest.

Prep was in control from the start and took a 32-7 lead into halftime. Stats were unavailable from the game.

Jackson Prep will travel to Greenwood and take on pillow tomorrow.