September 12, 2010 12:46:00 AM
McCOMB -- Brandon Austin and Joseph Clark led a running attack that grounded out 368 yards and had five touchdowns Friday night to push Parklane Academy to a 38-20 victory against Starkville Academy.
Austin rushed for 260 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries, while Clark rushed for 98 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries.
Austin scored the first touchdown on a 62-yard run. Clark added scoring runs of 15 and 5 yards to help Parklane take an 18-0 lead in the second quarter.
Matt Ward had a 24-yard touchdown run. He led Starkville Academy (0-4) with 108 rushing yards on nine carries.
Kyle Henson had touchdown runs of 12 and 56 yards. He finished with 78 yards on 14 carries. He also was 3 of 8 for 47 yards with an interception.
Ryan McKell paced the defense with nine tackles, while Henson had six and Ryan Mann (one assisted) and Stephen Robertson each had five. Adam Crittenden had one and a half tackles for loss, while McKell, Mann, Ward, and Angus Catchot each had one.
n Central Academy 40, Briarfield Academy 32: At Lake Providence, La., the Vikings scored their most points in a game this season to beat Briarfield Academy.
It was also the most points allowed this season by the Vikings (4-0).
n West Oktibbeha 31, Noxapater 26: At Maben, the Timberwolves rallied in the final quarter to improve to 3-1.
West Oktibbeha trailed 26-19 in the final quarter before scoring two touchdowns.
The Wolverines pulled within 26-25 on a pass from Von Smith to Aaron Brownlee and won the game on a touchdown by Tiberius Lampkin.
Kory Willis recovered an onsides kickoff to lead to the winning touchdown.
Smith passed for 240 yards and three touchdowns, and Lampkin rushed for 95 yards. Brownlee, Lampkin, and Dwight Quinn caught the touchdown passes.
Lampkin led the Timberwolves with 10 tackles.
n East Webster 52, Houlka 0: At Houlka, the Wolverines scored all four times they had the ball in the first half to move to 4-0.
Timarkis Bell scored two touchdowns, and Josh Gladney and Demetrius O''Briant also scored for East Webster in the first half.
Also for the Wolverines, Ledrick Patterson threw a touchdown pass to Miguel Graham in the third quarter and Cody McKee ran for a touchdown and two-point conversion in the fourth quarter.
n Leake Academy 61, Oak Hill Academy 6: At Madden, the Raiders allowed their most points in a game since giving up 63 points to Lamar School last season to fall to 0-4.
Oak Hill Academy, which trailed 27-0 after the first quarter and 47-0 at halftime, scored in the third quarter on a 25-yard pass from Jeb Stevens to Bo Sanford.
n Benton Academy 46, Hebron Christian 0: At Pheba, the Eagles were shut out for the second time this season.
The 46 points were the most allowed by the Eagles (1-3) this season.
n Tupelo 17, Louisville 0: At Tupelo, the Wildcats were shut out for the second time this season as they fell to 1-3.
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