Resurrection rolled to its second consecutive win behind a whopping five sacks by junior defensive end Terrance Spivey Friday night. RCS (2-4) thumped Sacred Heart 44-0 as quarterback Blake Porter completed 21 of 30 passes for 232 yards and four touchdowns. The RCS defense overwhelmed Sacred Heart, coming up with four interceptions. Norman Douglas and Patrick Roth both had two interceptions while Braden Orozco had one.
George County put in a stellar defensive performance on the road Friday night, but it wasn't quite enough to upset Oak Grove. Oak Grove (4-1, 1-0) topped George County 17-7 Friday night in Hattiesburg, dropping the Rebels to 1-5 and 0-1 in Region 3-6A. George County cut the Oak Grove lead to 10-7 with 7:01 remaining on an 8-yard touchdown run by Ja'vion Riley with 7:01 remaining.
Hattiesburg quarterback Jarod Conner threw for three touchdowns and ran for three more as the Tigers topped Gautier 56-13 Friday night. Gautier showed some life early, cutting the Hattiesburg lead to 7-6 on a 10-yard touchdown run by Kameron Kincaid, but that was as close as the Gators would get. Kincaid completed 7 of 16 passes for 121 yards and a touchdown. Conner completed 9 of 16 passes for 194 yards and three touchdowns and ran 14 times for 95 yards and three scores.
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Selecting a term
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