Friday Night Roundup for Week 13

(PHOTO: West Point running back Aeris Williams)

The biggest win of the night came on the coast where Brookhaven won 28-20 at Pascagoula. Meridian and Gulfport combined for 95 points with the Wildcats picking up a 49-46 win at Gulfport. Noxubee County also picked up a big win over Ripley, 28-14. In 3A, Wilkinson County pulled off one of the night’s biggest upsets with a 26-6 win at Philadelphia. In 1A, St. Aloysius knocked off Coffeeville 24-21 in overtime.

 

Petal 28  D’Iberville 21:  James Milledge and Tyus Raine each topped 100 yards rushing as Petal beat D’Iberville. Milledge finished with 135 yards and two scores while Raine added an even 100 yards. The teams were tied 14-14 at the half.

Oak Grove 38  Hattiesburg 6:  Oak Grove quarterback Kirk McCarty threw for 263 yards and a pair of touchdowns to lead Oak Grove over Hattiesburg. The Warriors led 28-0 at the half.

Madison Central 35  Desoto Central 13:  Madison Central piled up 380 yards of offense in the first half as they pulled away for a 35-13 win over Desoto Central. Joseph Willis passed for 188 yards and three touchdowns, while junior Keenan Barnes had seven catches for 135 yards.

Tupelo 20  Warren Central 17:  Senior Reed Bigham hit a 38-yard field goal with no time remaining as Tupelo beat Warren Central 20-17. Bigham also hit a 40-yarder to end the first half. Tupelo travels to Madison Central next week.

Pearl 33  West Point 22:  Pearl picked up their first playoff win since 2009 with a win over West Point. Pearl sophomore quarterback Ladarius Carpenter provided 133 yards of offense and two scores in the win. Junior Jordan Wright rushed for 94 yards for the Pirates. West Point’s Aeris Williams churned out 156 rushing yards in the loss, capping a great high school career.

Oxford 50  Vicksburg 7:  Oxford sophomore quarterback Jack Abraham had a big night with four touchdown throws as Oxford rolled over Vicksburg. The Chargers host Pearl next week.

Callaway 56  Saltillo 34:  Callaway running back Carlos Ransburgh rushed for 175 yards and three scores to lead the Chargers to the 56-34 victory. Callaway hosts Clarksdale next week.

Jackson Academy 42  Presbyterian Christian 13:  Jackson Academy quarterback Nick Conley had two touchdown tosses in the Raiders’ 42-13 win over Presbyterian Christian. Duncan Maxwell rushed for two scores.

Forrest County  Columbia:  Forrest County’s Dontavian Lee needed 17 carries to rush for 91 yards as he led Forrest County to the playoff victory. FC quarterback Cartr Hankins passed for 179 yards.

South Panola 45  Northwest Rankin 3:  Darrell Henderson rushed for 151 yards on 13 carries to lead South Panola to the first round win over Northwest Rankin.

Jackson Prep 24  MRA 21: Jackson Prep quarterback Gene Wood threw for 227 yards and two touchdowns as Prep beat MRA 24-21. A Wood touchdown throw to Parker Carraci with 12 seconds remaining proved to be the difference. Zack Everhart ran for 190 yards to lead MRA, who outrushed Prep 267-9 in the loss.

Noxubee County 28  Ripley 14:  The Noxubee County defense collected nine sacks in a 28-14 win over Ripley. The Tigers also intercepted Ripley quarterback Dalton James.

Baldwyn 33  Bruce 22:  Baldwyn sophomore Duke Upshaw rushed for 138 yards and two touchdowns on just 17 carries as Baldwyn beat Bruce 33-22. Dunta Armstrong had 76 yards rushing on 12 carries in the loss.

 

 

Big 25 Power Ranking

(Home team on bottom)

Northwest Rankin 3 Final
1 South Panola 45
Harrison Central 17 Final
2 Brandon 44
Hattiesburg 6 Final
3 Oak Grove 38
Vicksburg 7 Final
4 Oxford 50
25 Warren Central 17 Final-OT
5 Tupelo 20
6 Petal 28 Final
14 D’Iberville 21
Gautier 7 Final
7 Wayne County 58
Saltillo 34 Final
8 Callaway 56
Brookhaven 28 Final
9 Pascagoula 20
West Jones 14 Final
10 Picayune 48
Desoto Central 13 Final
11 Madison Central 35
West Point 20 Final
12 Pearl 33
13 Meridian 49 Final
17 Gulfport 46
15 St Stanislaus 14 Final
Greene County 13
16 Grenada 7 Final
20 Starkville 14
Stone 28 Final-OT
18 Laurel 34
19 Greenwood 0 Final
Lafayette 7
21 Forrest County 35 Final
Columbia 24
Kosciusko 15 Final
22 Rosa Fort 33
23 Ripley 14 Final
24 Noxubee County 28

MHSAA 6A 

(Home team on bottom)

NORTH PLAYOFFS
Northwest Rankin  3 Final
South Panola 45
Grenada  7 Final
Starkville 14
Desoto Central 13 Final
Madison Central 35
Warren Central 17 Final
Tupelo 20
SOUTH PLAYOFFS
Harrison Central 17 Final
Brandon 44
Meridian 49 Final
Gulfport 46
Petal 28 Final
D’Iberville 21
Hattiesburg  6 Final
Oak Grove 38

MHSAA 5A 

(Home team on bottom)

NORTH PLAYOFFS
Vicksburg  7 Final
Oxford 50
West Point 20 Final
Pearl 33
Saltillo 34 Final
Callaway 56
Ridgeland 20 Final
Clarksdale 38
SOUTH PLAYOFFS
Gautier  7 Final
Wayne County 58
West Jones 14 Final
Picayune 48
Brookhaven 28 Final
Pascagoula 20
Stone 28 F/2OT
Laurel 34

MHSAA 4A 

Playoffs
(Home team on bottom)

NORTH PLAYOFFS
Cleveland 55 Final
Byhalia 21
Kosciusko 15 Final
Rosa Fort 33
Greenwood  0 Final
Lafayette  7
Ripley 14 Final
Noxubee County 28
SOUTH PLAYOFFS
Purvis 13 Final
Quitman 14
Vancleave 19 Final
Magee 14
Forrest County AHS 35 Final
Columbia 24
St. Stanislaus 14 Final
Greene County 13