Brandon Holloway continues to find the endzone with regularity. In a 38-34 win over King High, Brandon scored on touchdown runs of 36 and seven yards and took passes of 42 yards and ten yards to the house.
Holloway totaled 109 rushing yards on the night as Alonso remains unbeaten after the 38-34 victory.
Lelland Ducksworth provided some last minute heroics in North Forrest's 14-11 come from behind win over Quitman.
Trailing much of the game, North Forrest (3-2) rallied in the final moments of the game to pull even with Lelland's two point conversion before making a late game winning field goal ending an improbable rally.
Xavier Grindle and East Marion continue to run wild. The 5-0 Eagles blasted Prentiss 35-6 and once again Grindle basically watched from the sidelines most of the second half.
Devon Desper and Madison Central (2-2) slipped across state lines and knocked off Pelican State power West Monroe 14-13.
Addarius Barnes scored touchdowns six and seven on the young season in a 54-19 dismantling of Germantown.
Barnes ran 12 yards for a score and found the endzone on a 96 yard catch and run to help the Blue Waves move on to 5-0.
Torrey Bell and #1 John Curtis improved to 3-0 after a tussle with East St. John and Darion Monroe.
Curtis used a strong defensive effort and a solid running game to prevail 27-18.
Quadry Antoine and Belle Chasse won in a cakewalk over J.S. Clark 54-0. BCHS is now 3-0 on the season.
Ryan Brown and Shaw fell to Jesuit 34-17.
Nick James and Long Beach tasted defeat for the first time this week after falling to D'iberville 26-20.
Gus Walley and Greene County were unable to get by Taylorsville. The Tartars get the win 24-14.
Cole Carter and Caledonia fall to 3-2 after a loss to New Hope 28-0.
Kivon Coman and Florence even their record at 2-2 after a defeat at the hands of Huntsville 30-18.
Will Redmond and Memphis East win going away 41-6 over Hamilton.
Devin Bell, Nelson Adams, Deonte Evans, Frederick Brown and Cedric Jiles all enjoyed a bye week this week.