Boynton Beach knocked off Spanish River 20-0. The playoffs are no longer a possibility for the Tigers, but a win on senior night made for a good evening.
John Harris will play his final high school game next Friday when the team travels to Boca Raton.
While Harris and his team secured a rare win, his fellow defensive end commitment Preston Smith was part of a rare loss.
Stephenson fell to 9-1 after losing to King High School 26-24. The loss also means King wins the 2 AAAAA district crown, so the Jaguars will have to be content with the runner up spot.
Devonte Scott and Ferriday kept on rolling with a 32-22 win over Farmerville. The Trojans are now 8-2 and winners of eight straight. The win tonight secured the district crown.
Josh Robinson led #1 Franklinton to a blow out win over Walker High 53-7. The Demons have won nine games in a row and are expected to be #1 in the power rankings when they are released next week.
FHS should avoid Haughton and Dak Prescott until a possible state championship match-up.
Dak held up his end of the deal tonight as Haughton won 27-21 over previously unbeaten Parkway.
The victory secures an undefeated season for the Buccanners and the district title.
On Thursday South Panola blasted DeSoto Central 50-7.
Jermaine Whitehead's high school career came to an end on Friday as Amanda Elzy fell to Louisville 32-8 in first round playoff action.
Benardrick McKinney can relate with Jermaine. McKinney scored a second quarter touchdown on a one yard run, but New Albany was too much.
Rosa Fort falls 45-9 to New Albany.
Justin Cox and West Point knocked off Hernando 21-14 in their regular season finale. The Green Wave will host a first round playoff game next week against a four seed.
Rufus Warren returned a fumble 74 yards against New Hope, but the Rams could not mount much on offense as New Hope knocked off Gentry 31-14. The season is now over for Gentry.
Nick Redmond and Harrison Central took it on the chin again this week. The Red Rebels fell to Hancock 33-26 ending the season with just one win.
Joe Morrow and Ocean Springs lost to George County in a good game, 28-24. The Greyhounds will travel to Meridian next week in first round playoff action.
Joe Price returned a kickoff 78 yards for a score as Madison Central got back on the winning side of things with a 29-19 decision over Greenville-Weston.
Darion Arrington's season ended just like last year, with a win over McComb. This year the score was a little more lopsided as the Tomcats won 48-20.
Justin Malone helped pave the way on the deciding score and pitched in with some stingy defense as MRA knocked off Jackson Prep 14-7.
With the win the Patriots advance to the MAIS AAA Division 1 State title game next week at Mississippi College.