Deonte Evans and McComb showed the rest of south Mississippi that there are for real after blasting North Pike 33-0.
Evans rushed for 87 yards and a score on 19 carries.
The Tigers advance to 2-1 on the season.
Adairius Barnes and Port Gibson continue to manhandle opponents. The Blue Waves leveled Madison, Louisiana to the tune of 43-0.
What might be the most impressive thing about Port Gibson's start is that all four wins have come on the road.
Xavier Grindle led East Marion to another win as the Eagles remain undefeated (4-0) after a 35-6 win over Jefferson County.
Grindle ran for 147 yards and a score on 17 carries. Xavier has 547 yards and seven touchdowns despite sitting much of the second halves of games.
Torrey Bell had a huge game for John Curtis in the Louisiana Superdome. Bell had nine tackles, a pair of sacks and he batted down two passes.
Curtis is now 2-0 after the 27-7 win over Westgate.
Cole Carter and Caldeonia are proving to be one of north Mississippi's most improved teams. The Confederates are now 3-1 after an impressive 24-0 win over East Webster.
Cole has three pass receptions and a score on the season as Caledonia's tight end.
Gus Walley continues to be his team's leading receiver. On Friday, Gus tallied three catches for 107 yards including a 67 yard catch and run as Greene County (2-2) knocked off Moss Point 42-36.
Will Redmond had an 89 yard kickoff return for a score as East remained undefeated after a 38-25 win over Wooddale.
Brandon Holloway had his best game of the young season last week as Alonso (3-0) ran by Durant 26-5.
Holloway rushed for 106 yards on just seven carried. He also reeled in three passes for 29 yards and found the endzone twice.
Cedric Jiles and Clinton (2-2) picked up a much needed win over the weekend as they slipped by Provine 14-13.
Newly committed linebacker Lelland Ducksworth helped lead a strong defensive effort by North Forrest (2-2) who rolled over St. Patrick's 53-6.
Ducksworth had a pair of tackles, two pass deflections and a fumble recovery.
Nick James recorded two tackles in a wild contest between Long Beach and Biloxi. Long Beach came out on the winning side of things 39-34 to improve to 2-0.
Quadry Antoine and Belle Chasse destroyed McDonough 35 50-14. BCHS is now 2-0 on the year.
Ryan Brown and Shaw also remained undefeated by knocking off Fisher 35-0.
Kivon Coman and Florence (2-1) tasted defeat for the first time this season after dropping a defensive struggle to Bob Jones 10-7.
Nelson Adams and Brandon lost the annual grudge match against Northwest Rankin, 25-17.
The Bulldogs are now 2-2 on the 2011 campaign.
Fred Brown and Jim Hill were unable to build on last week's win over Lanier. This week Forest Hill got the better of the Tigers 25-6.
Jim Hill falls to 1-3 on the year.
Devon Bell and Warren Central (0-4) are still searching for their first win of the year.
Bell is doing his part by helping control field position.
All seven of Devon's kickoffs have resulted in touchbacks and he currently holds a 44.5 yards per punt average.
Devon Desper and Madison Central enjoyed a bye week and will travel to West Monroe, Louisiana this week.