September 17, 2010 11:10:00 PM
PHEBA -- Chance Livingston rushed for 118 yards to lead three Oak Hill Academy players who eclipsed the 100-yard mark Friday night in a 46-12 victory against Hebron Christian.
Doss Miller rushed for 117 yards, while Bo Sanford added 115 rushing yards to help the Raiders improve to 1-4.
Quarterback Jeb Stevens returned a punt 35 yards for a touchdown, caught a 46-yard touchdown pass, and threw a 46-yard scoring pass for Oak Hill Academy, which scored 26 answered points in the second half.
Marquez Robinson paced the Eagles (1-4) with 83 rushing yards.
The Dispatch will have more coverage Sunday from the Oak Hill Academy-Hebron Christian game along with coverage from West Point''s victory against Noxubee County, Louisville''s win against Columbus, New Hope''s shutout against Caledonia, Madison-Ridgeland Academy''s win at Heritage Academy, and Aberdeen''s rout of Okolona.
The scores of games involving local teams are below, as compiled from staff and Associated Press reports:
Aberdeen 61, Okolona 6
Central Academy 40, Calhoun Aca. 6
East Webster 53, Bruce 15
French Camp 36, East Oktibbeha 22
Hamilton 35, Houlka 14
Jackson Aca. 42, Starkville Aca. 14
Louisville 36, Columbus 28
Madison-Ridgeland Aca. 34, Heritage Aca. 6
New Hope 40, Caledonia 0
Oak Hill Aca. 46, Hebron Christian 12
Shannon 21, Amory 14
West Lowndes 44, Wheeler 0
West Point 28, Noxubee County 13
Winona Christian 28, ICCE 0
Winston Aca. 40, Kirk Aca. 7
Aliceville 20, Sumter County 12
Pickens Academy 15, Tuscaloosa Academy 14
Pickens County 55, John Essex 16
Red Bay 35, Lamar County 25
South Lamar 43, Brilliant 36
Sulligent 35, Colbert Heights 20
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