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Kossuth's Zack Mitchell (10) breaks free from the Belmont defense during last night's 42-21 Aggie win at Larry B Mitchell Stadium. Mitchell scored three times and Matthew Bobo accounted for three touchdowns as Kossuth moves to 7-3 heading into next Friday's regular season finale at Alcorn Central. The Aggies will finish second in Division 1-3A and will host a first-round playoff game in two weeks.
Kossuth's Zack Mitchell (10) breaks free from the Belmont defense during last night's 42-21 Aggie win at Larry B Mitchell Stadium. Mitchell scored three times and Matthew Bobo accounted for three touchdowns as Kossuth moves to 7-3 heading into next Friday's regular season finale at Alcorn Central. The Aggies will finish second in Division 1-3A and will host a first-round playoff game in two weeks.
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Kossuth holds off Belmont for Senior Night victory
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Kossuth's Zack Mitchell (10) breaks free from the Belmont defense during last night's 42-21 Aggie win at Larry B Mitchell Stadium. Mitchell scored three times and Matthew Bobo accounted for three touchdowns as Kossuth moves to 7-3 heading into next Friday's regular season finale at Alcorn Central. The Aggies will finish second in Division 1-3A and will host a first-round playoff game in two weeks.
Kossuth's Zack Mitchell (10) breaks free from the Belmont defense during last night's 42-21 Aggie win at Larry B Mitchell Stadium. Mitchell scored three times and Matthew Bobo accounted for three touchdowns as Kossuth moves to 7-3 heading into next Friday's regular season finale at Alcorn Central. The Aggies will finish second in Division 1-3A and will host a first-round playoff game in two weeks.
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Coming up Sunday
by the Daily Corinthian
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Coming up Sunday in the print edition of the Daily Corinthian sports pages we’ll have complete game recaps of the Ole Miss and Mississippi State games along with how Northeast fared at Holmes. We’ll also have the SEC Summary plus Conservation Corner returns to discuss the topic of lyme disease: what causes it and how to avoid it. Check out all these stories and more in the print edition of the Daily Corinthian sports pages.
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Mississippi Prep Scores
by The Associated Press
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Adams Christian 57, Central Private, La. 28 Amite County 53, Enterprise Lincoln 20 Amory 42, Caledonia 0 Bay Springs 48, Enterprise Clarke 14 Bayou Aca. 43, North Delta 32 Biloxi 52, Pascagoula 28 Booneville 43, Mantachie 12 Brandon 52, Oak Grove 33 Briarfield, La. 56, Christian Collegiate 6 Brookhaven 48, Wingfield 12 Brookhaven Aca. 42, Amite School 32 Calhoun Aca. 28, Delta Aca. 14 Calhoun City 77, LeFlore 29 Central Hinds Aca. 25, Washington School 20 Central Holmes 33, Carroll Aca. 27 Centreville Aca. 50, Clinton Christian Academy 12 Choctaw County 35, South Pontotoc 8 Clarksdale 27, Rosa Fort 24 Cleveland 34, Germantown 16 Collins 17, Perry Central 14 Copiah Aca. 54, Hillcrest Christian 6 Deer Creek School 35, Columbus Christian 0 East Central 54, Bay 13 Falkner 26, Bruce 21 Forest 35, Morton 11 Franklin Academy 41, Rebul Aca. 14 French Camp 42, Hamilton 0 Gautier 28, Pearl River Central 22 Greene County 46, Lawrence County 20 Gulfport 34, D’Iberville 14 Hancock 35, Harrison Central 0 Hattiesburg 41, Picayune 37 Hazlehurst 28, Jefferson County 26 Heritage Aca. 28, Canton Aca. 14 Holly Springs 23, Coahoma AHS 20 Horn Lake 14, Hernando 7 Houston 57, Aberdeen 34 Indianola Aca. 44, Lee Academy-Clarksdale 14 Jackson Prep 45, New Hope 28 Jefferson Davis County 27, Seminary 14 Kemper County 28, Southeast Lauderdale 14 Kossuth 42, Belmont 21 Lafayette 47, Center Hill 14 Lake 34, Philadelphia 30 Lamar School 63, Simpson Aca. 55 Lanier 26, Richland 10 Laurel 59, Forest Hill 0 Leland 26, Riverside 14 Lewisburg 34, Saltillo 10 Long Beach 56, West Harrison 28 Louisville 41, Kosciusko 7 Lumberton 26, Resurrection Catholic 22 Madison Central 38, Provine 6 Madison-Ridgeland Aca. 30, Oak Forest, La. 3 Magee 24, Crystal Springs 17 Manchester Aca. 38, St. Joseph-Greenville 37, OT Marshall Aca. 21, Oak Hill Aca. 0 McComb 38, Raymond 0 Meridian 28, Petal 21 Mize 31, Pisgah 23 Mount Olive 30, Sacred Heart 28 Nanih Waiya 63, Ethel 0 Natchez 20, North Pike 13 Nettleton 27, Hatley 22 Newton 38, Union 16 North Forrest 42, Richton 14 North Panola 54, Palmer 0 North Pontotoc 47, Alcorn Central 8 Northeast Jones 21, Mendenhall 20 Northpoint Christian 42, Memphis Academy (MAHS), Tenn. 12 Northwest Rankin 28, Greenville 20 Noxapater 29, West Lowndes 0 Noxubee County 44, Leake Central 0 Okolona 34, Biggersville 7 Olive Branch 37, Lake Cormorant 0 Oxford 17, Columbus 7 Park Place Christian Academy 40, Porter’s Chapel Aca. 7 Parklane Aca. 28, Jackson Aca. 21 Pearl 49, Jim Hill 6 Pillow Aca. 42, Magnolia Heights 7 Pontotoc 28, Itawamba AHS 16 Poplarville 69, Purvis 34 Port Gibson 18, Wilkinson County 16 Presbyterian Christian 42, East Rankin Aca. 13 Quitman 40, Northeast Lauderdale 26 Raleigh 34, St. Andrew’s 32 Ray Brooks 50, Durant 8 Ridgeland 44, Neshoba Central 26 Ripley 46, Byhalia 27 Riverdale Academy, La. 42, Prentiss Christian 29 Riverfield, La. 30, St. Aloysius 25 Scott Central 68, Pelahatchie 20 Senatobia 49, Tishomingo County 14 Shannon 50, Mooreville 14 Sharkey-Issaquena Aca. 50, Kemper Aca. 14 Shaw 45, Montgomery County 0 Simmons 58, South Delta 36 Smithville 43, TCPS 13 South Panola 28, Southaven 7 South Pike 42, Florence 36 St. Joseph-Madison 67, Puckett 36 St. Martin 31, Ocean Springs 28 St. Patrick 21, Clarkdale 12 St. Stanislaus 41, Moss Point 6 Starkville 56, Murrah 0 Starkville Aca. 21, Leake Aca. 13 Stone 44, Wayne County 21 Strayhorn 12, Walnut 6 Stringer 50, East Marion 34 Sumrall 27, Forrest Co. AHS 13 Sylva-Bay Aca. 34, Benton Academy 24 Taylorsville 35, Heidelberg 24 Terry 23, George County 7 Tri-County Aca. 21, Hartfield Academy 14, OT Tupelo 48, DeSoto Central 14 Tylertown 36, Wesson 20 Vancleave 23, Pass Christian 14 Vardaman 26, Sebastopol 0 Velma Jackson 34, McLaurin 0 Vicksburg 40, Canton 14 Warren Central 28, Clinton 10 Water Valley 64, Independence 28 Wayne Aca. 26, Newton Co. Aca. 7 West Bolivar 50, Coahoma Co. 32 West Jones 30, South Jones 21 West Lauderdale 44, Newton County 0 West Lincoln 42, Bogue Chitto 8 West Memphis Christian, Ark. 59, Greenville Christian 26 West Point 48, Grenada 0 West Tallahatchie 34, O’Bannon 28 Winona 40, East Webster 17 Winston Aca. 34, Winona Christian 6 Yazoo City 38, Gentry 14 Yazoo County 49, J.Z. George 6
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Area Roundup
by By Kent Mohundro and Joel Counce
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The following recap of other area games played last night was compiled by Joel Counce and sports editor Kent Mohundro. Corinth 41 New Albany 20 Corinth traveled to Union County and knew they had to defeat the Bulldogs Friday night if they wanted the opportunity to play for the Division 1-4A championship at home next week. It wasn’t even close. The Warriors came out firing on all cylinders and recorded their fourth 400-yard rushing performance of the season on their way to a 41-20 win over New Albany. The hometown Bulldogs neede a win to wrap up a two-seed for the playoff’s but their plan’s simply didn’t work against a Corinth team that is playing it’s best football at the best possible time. “We came out and hit them(New Albany) in the mouth and just kept allpying pressure all game long,” said Warrior head coach Todd Lowery. “Our defense played really well and has bought into the concept of bending but not breaking. Plus, we’re still a very young team. Our ground game is hitting it’s stride and our back’s have been unreal.” After trading touchdown’s and leading 14-13 after a quarter, the Warriors turned on the jets and put 13 more on the board in the second while holding the Bulldogs in check for a 27-14 lead at the break. They would add two more touchdowns in the third while the second and third-teamers gave up a late garbage score to New Albany for the final margin. Corinth will host Senatobia next Friday at Warrior Stadium II in a game that will decide the Division 1-4A title. “Not many people gave us a chance after our early season schedule but we had those quality teams on our schedule for a reason,” Lowery said. “It’s prepared us for the home stretch and we’re ready to go.” McNairy Central 50 Fayette Ware 27 The Bobcats were impressive on the road in Somerville and sophomore QB Cole Kirk had a spectacular debut as a starter by throwing four touchdown passes as McNairy Central throttled Fayette Ware 50-27 to earn their fourth win of the season. The Bobcats snapped a two-game slide and will seek to even their record in next week’s finale at Martin Westview. Booneville 43 Mantachie 12 The Booneville Blue Devils took advantage of four turnovers to down the Mantachie Mustangs 43-12 on senior night. The injury-plagued Blue Devils have 17 players sidelined. “It’s not always going to be like this, and that’s what I tell the kids,” Booneville head coach Mike Mattox said. “We had some kids, younger kids, who stepped up and played really well.” Booneville’s first touchdown came on a 33-yard Dallas Gamble run with 9:03 left in the first quarter. The Blue Devils earned their second score on a Terrance Bell fumble recover in the end zone. A John Daniel Deaton pass to Austin Williams on a fake PAT made the score 15-0 with 3:53 left in the first. A 62-yard Booneville touchdown drive was set by an Amoni Grizzard interception and capped off with a 15-yard Dallas Gamble touchdown pass to Camron Young for a 22-0 lead. Austin Williams recovered a fumble at the Mantachie 36, then ran in the touchdown from 24 yards out seven plays later to put Booneville up 29-0. The Blue Devils scored their fifth touchdown after two straight touchdown runs were called back on holding penalties. Gamble ran in another touchdown from 16 yards out to make the score 36-0. Booneville scored its final touchdown on the first possession of the third quarter, when Bell ran a score in from 11 yards out. “Our kids are playing hard,” Mattox said. “We’re playing. I have no problem with the kids. We are pleased with their effort. Some of them in some cases have to grow a little bit. Some of these kids playing are 13 and 14 years old. We’re gonna hang in there and coach the ones we have and have high expectations for them.” Mantachie had a touchdown in both the third and fourth quarters on runs of 80 and 21 yards. “They got a couple of scores against our younger players,” Mattox said. “But we needed them out there.” Booneville improves to 5-4, 2-2 in division play and travels to Belmont next week to play the Cardinals for a third place in the division. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. Thrasher 44, H.W. Byers 12 The Thrasher Rebels got 172 yards and a touchdown on the ground to go with a 32-yard touchdown reception from Shawn-Dalton Weatherbee in a 44-12 victory over H.W. Byers Friday. “It was kind of ugly, but it was a win, and all wins are good wins,” Thrasher head coach Perry Murphy said. “This was a big division win. We have a huge game against Okolona next week and have a few key guys banged up who we want to get healthy.” Rebel quarterback Easton Borden threw for 135 yards on 5-for-9 passing and had two touchdown passes to go with 24 rushing yards on five carries. Austin Pace had 43 yards and a touchdown on eight carries. Taytay Walker had 51 yards and a touchdown on seven carries. Senatobia 49, Tish. County 14 The Tishomingo Braves committed seven turnovers and fell to Senatobia 49-14 on Friday. “It’s the same song third verse,” Tishomingo head coach Jim McCay said. “We put the ball on the ground, and had a few interceptions. We had some good drives, made some stops, did some good things. We just had too many turnovers again. “It’s been the story of our season.” Tishomingo running back Tayvious Duckett had touchdown runs of 10 yards and four yards, both in the second quarter. The Braves host Byhalia in a senior night game Friday. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. “We have one more we’re going to try to win out for these seniors,” McKay said. The Braves fall to 2-8 overall and 0-4 in division play. Strayhorn 12, Walnut 6 The Walnut Wildcats dropped a 12-6 home decision to the Strayhorn Mustangs in division play on Friday. Walnut won five straight to being the season, but has since dropped three of their last four to fall to 6-3 on the season a 1-2 in division play. They travel to Bruce next week to fight for a playoff spot. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. Friday. North Pontotoc 47 Alcorn Central 8 The Alcorn Central Golden Bears lost their third straight contest, falling 47-8 to the North Pontotoc Vikings. The Bears fall to 4-6 on the season and 1-3 after a 1-0 start in division play. Alcorn Central will close out the season next week at Kossuth. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. Friday.
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