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Corinth 27, Lewisburg 7

@ Olive Branch

Corinth (2-1) 0 7 10 10 -- 27

Lewisburg (0-2) 7 0 0 0 -- 7

1st Quarter

L -- John Ferguson 4 run (Xavier McDaniel kick) 2:00

2nd Quarter

C -- Brice Spence 23 run (John Michael McFall kick), 3:00

3rd Quarter

C -- McFall 33 FG, 8:00

C -- Armad Wicks 31 pass from Antares Gwyn (McFall kick), 5:00

4th Quarter

C -- Spence 30 run (McFall kick), 9:00

C -- McFall 24 FG, 4:00

Walnut 39, Alcorn Central 19

@ Glen

Walnut (2-1) 13 14 6 6 -- 39

Central (1-2) 0 7 0 12 -- 19

1st Quarter

WAL – Ty Huffman 18 pass from Will Quinn (kick failed).

WAL – Armani Linton 47 run (Kylan Crum kick).

2nd Quarter

AC – Ethan Carmichael (Jason Gurley kick).

WAL – Linton 7 run (Shawn Thornton run).

WAL – Javon Norton 17 pass from Quinn (kick failed).

3rd Quarter

WAL – Montorio Hunt 5 run (kick failed).

4th Quarter

WAL – Huffman 56 interception return (kick failed).

AC – Ethan Spears 37 pass from Jack Awwad (pass failed).

AC – Gurley 4 pass from Awwad (pass failed).

Lexington 42, McNairy 28

SELMER, Tenn. -- Lexington rallied from a third quarter deficit to defeat the McNairy Central 42-28 in a district contest Friday. The Tigers scored the three final touchdowns of the game to hold off McNairy’s upset bid.

The game was tied at 28-28 going into the fourth quarter when the Tigers took the lead for good on a four-yard by Ben Tisdale with seven minutes left in the game. The Big Red padded their advantage on a 1-yard plunge by Jared Kizer to put the game away.

Lexington has now won 22 straight regular season district games.

Trailing 6-0, McNairy scored on a 10-yard run by Jarret Mood and then took a 14-7 lead early in the second quarter on an 80-yard pass from Issac Cagle to Reggie McNeal.

Lexington tied the game at 21-21 in the third quarter and the Bobcats captured their final lead of the game on a one-yard sneak by Cagle with 4:56 left in the third period.

The Bobcats (1-1) will play cross-county rival Adamsville on Friday.
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