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Heritage Academy earns revenge against Lee Academy

Posted 9/11/2016 in High School Sports

Zero points. One first down. If the Heritage Academy Patriots didn't know they were suffocating the Lee Academy offense when the halftime whistle blew, it was clear when they surprisingly surrendered a three-play scoring drive late in the game. The defensive starters, arms in the air, really wanted the shutout. But they'll take a 55-7 win Friday that could have grown worse if the refs hadn't run the clock late in the second quarter.

 

 

Wildcats capitalize on Tigers' struggles

Posted 9/11/2016 in High School Sports

MACON -- Noxubee County High School football coach Tyrone Shorter didn't have to worry about his quarterback the last three seasons. Timorrius Conner parlayed back-to-back Mississippi High School Activities Associations (MHSAA) Class 4A State championships into an opportunity to play at East Mississippi Community College in Scooba.

 

 

Central Academy gets 'needed' win against Hebron Christian

Posted 9/11/2016 in High School Sports

PHEBA -- Michael Dawkins and the Central Academy football team needed this one. After falling victim to bigger and faster teams and a fair share of self-inflicted mistakes in their first three games, Dawkins and the Vikings hoped Friday night to establish some positive momentum against Hebron Christian in their Mississippi Association of Independent Schools (MAIS) Eight-Man, District 2 matchup.

 

 

Columbus can't capitalize in red zone

Posted 9/11/2016 in High School Sports

Columbus High School senior quarterback C.J. Gholar stood on about the 2-yard line at Falcon Field and looked across the way, hoping to speak to a friend from West Point. A grueling, physical, emotionally draining game had just taken place. For the second time in three weeks, Columbus had exhausted all options and come up short, falling 17-13 to West Point before a capacity crowd Friday night.

 

 

West Point's defense answers call

Posted 9/11/2016 in High School Sports

Even though it was rhetorical question, West Point High School senior wide receiver Demarrio Edwards still didn't have an answer. "I don't know what we would do without our defense," Edwards said. "We wouldn't have a chance. I love those guys to death. They make us who we are. If you saw them play tonight, we owe them everything." On a night in which more than 400 yards were allowed, great normally isn't the label applied to a defense. However, "great," "super," and "incredible" were among the words used to describe the defense after West Point edged Columbus 17-13 before a packed house Friday night at Falcon Field.

 

 

Aliceville, Lamar County, Pickens County improve to 2-0 in region

Posted 9/11/2016 in High School Sports

ALICEVILLE, Ala. -- The Aliceville High School football team moved to 2-0 in Alabama High School Activities Association (AHSAA) Class 2A, Region 4 play with a 58-16 home victory against Marion on Friday night. Aliceville built a 50-0 lead after one quarter. DeMontez Hinton set an AHSAA record by rushing for six two-point conversions in the win. Hinton also had a 22-yard touchdown run.

 

 

Starkville Academy hopes to learn from shutout loss

Posted 9/11/2016 in High School Sports

STARKVILLE -- Despite a strong start from its defense, the Starkville Academy football team couldn't keep the momentum going Friday night. Knowing it had a smaller margin for error against a Mississippi Association of Independent Schools Class AAAA opponent, Class AAA Starkville Academy surrendered three big touchdown plays and committed six turnovers in a 40-0 loss to Lamar School.

 

Columbus hopes offense can ride momentum against Green Wave

Posted 9/9/2016 in High School Sports

Columbus High School football coach Randal Montgomery hasn't been critical of his offensive line. Instead, the veteran coach has used praise and motivation to help an inexperienced group mold into a cohesive unit. After two tough starts to the season, things turned for the better last week when Columbus rushed for 350 yards in a 49-21 victory against New Hope.

Heritage Academy hopes pieces continue to click

Posted 9/9/2016 in High School Sports

Sean Harrison always believed the Heritage Academy football team had plenty of pieces to put defenses back on their heels. A loss to Lamar School in Week 2 forced Harrison to re-examine his play-calling and ultimately convinced him the best way to utilize his assets was to mix them up and move them around to create multiple looks and formations. The decision enabled the Patriots to go back to the spring when Harrison first arrived from Wayne Academy and the team worked on a spread attack. The move paid off last week, as Heritage Academy broke out to a 28-point lead in the first quarter en route to a 48-13 victory against Oak Hill Academy. The win helped erase the memory of a 26-6 loss to Lamar School and gave the team a sense of confidence entering its matchup at 7 tonight against Lee Academy.

Noxubee County hopes to eliminate simple mistakes against Meridian

Posted 9/7/2016 in High School Sports

MACON -- Tyrone Shorter doesn't have to rant and rave to let you know he isn't happy.

 

CCA runners perform well at Junior Olympic Games

Posted 9/7/2016 in High School Sports

STEENS -- Chris Webber and Glenn Misiak still are getting used to having the term "All-American" associated with their names.

 

 

Starkville Academy's Methvin, Dempsey forming dynamic duo

Posted 9/6/2016 in High School Sports

STARKVILLE -- Noah Methvin and Dalton Dempsey work well together. The relationship between a quarterback and a running back might not be as essential as the relationship between a quarterback and his offensive line, but they must work well together. Through three games, Methvin and Dempsey are clicking for the Starkville Academy football team.

 

 

Aliceville, Lamar County, Pickens County win region openers

Posted 9/4/2016 in High School Sports

ORRVILLE, Ala. -- The Aliceville High School football team defeated Keith 48-8 Friday night to win its Alabama High School Activities Association Class 2A, Region 4 opener. Jamar Richardson had two rushing touchdowns to lead Aliceville, which led 28-0 at halftime. Richardson paced the defensive effort with 10 tackles and an interception.

 

 

Columbus' ground attack too much for New Hope

Posted 9/4/2016 in High School Sports

Columbus High School football coach Randal Montgomery has waited patiently for an inexperienced offensive line to come together. That unit might have finally jelled Friday night at Trojan Field, as Columbus rushed for 365 yards and collected a season-high 506 yards of total offense in a 49-21 victory against Lowndes County rival New Hope.

 

 

West Lowndes routs McAdams; Aberdeen rallies past Amory

Posted 9/4/2016 in High School Sports

McADAMS -- The West Lowndes High School football team made the most of its final non-region tuneup, rolling to a 52-0 victory against McAdams on Friday night. Senior Marcus Farmer led a balance offensive attack with 224 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns. Farmer score twice on the ground and caught a touchdown pass from Lemerrius Fair.

 

 

Anderson, Gray leads Patriots past Raiders

Posted 9/4/2016 in High School Sports

WEST POINT -- Scoring on the first play from scrimmage, the Heritage Academy football team's duo of Tyler Anderson and Dontae Gray was unstoppable Friday night en route to a 48-13 victory against Oak Hill Academy. Anderson connected with Gray on three touchdown passes, while Anderson rushed for a score and Gray rushed for two. Anderson and Gray used their speed to get behind defensive backs and to bust through the middle on almost every play they touched the football in the first half.

 

 

Injuries hampering Baty's rebuilding job at Hamilton

Posted 9/4/2016 in High School Sports

HAMILTON -- The Hamilton High School football team is 0-3 to start the season, but it is a hopeful 0-3. Following a 33-0 home loss to Monroe County neighbor Hatley on Friday night, Hamilton coach Josh Baty delivered a fiery post-game speech, not filled with fire and brimstone, rather a passionate call to correct the mistakes that have kept the Lions out of the win column.

 

 

Clark, defense lead Starkville past West Point

Posted 9/4/2016 in High School Sports

STARKVILLE -- Rodrigues Clark wasn't happy with his play in the first half. The Starkville High School football running back wasn't involved much in the offense, but when he was, he wasn't very productive. The Yellow Jackets didn't need him, but Clark decided to be more productive in the second half.

 

 

Starkville Academy not satisfied with 3-0 start

Posted 9/4/2016 in High School Sports

STARKVILLE -- Chase Nicholson doesn't want his Starkville Academy football team to be satisfied. Nicholson could care less about the score. The second-year head coach prefers to focus on what his players need to do to get better every play, every game, and every week.

 

 

Offensive line paves way for Noxubee County's ground game

Posted 9/4/2016 in High School Sports

MACON -- Jakerrius Oliver would love to be a workhorse. But you're bound to get more than one player willing to shoulder a bigger load when you have an offensive line with the size and experience of the Noxubee County High School football team. With four of its five offensive linemen listed at 6-foot-3 or taller and weighing at least 250 pounds, Noxubee County has the girth and athleticism to make the most of the talents of Oliver and a deep and versatile backfield.

 

 

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