Xavier Grindle led East Marion (9-1) to a 40-6 win over Raymond last week.
Grindle ran for 182 yards and two touchdowns on just ten carries. He has run for 1,266 yards and scored 14 touchdowns on the year.
The Eagles look to be on pace to finish second in the district if they can close out the regular season with a win over Richton.
Will Redmond had one of the best nights of his career, but on the games final play Will was stopped short of the goaline in a 49-48 loss to Craigmont.
On the night Redmond was 7 of 12 passing for 101 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran for 141 yards and scored four touchdowns.
East (7-2) will play their final regular season game this week against Whitehaven.
Deonte Evans had a dream night as he scampered for four touchdowns and a 191 yards on 16 carries in a 44-8 win over Wingfield.
The Tigers are now 5-3 on the campaign and will host West Jones this Friday on Senior day.
Lelland Ducksworth ran for 83 yards and a touchdown on fourteen carries as North Forrest completed their regular season slate with a 21-20 win over Lumberton.
North Forrest holds a 6-4 record and awaits word on their first round playoff opponent.
Frederick Brown came out on the short end of the stick last week in the battle with Madison Central (7-2) and Devon Desper.
The Jaguars rolled 56-14 to set up what amounts to a district championship game this week at 9-0 Northwest Rankin.
The teams split a pair of games last year with the Cougars winning the regular season match-up only to see the Jags redeem themselves in the playoffs.
Jim Hill (2-7) will play Murrah this week.
In another head to head commitment battle, Cedric Jiles and Clinton picked up an important district win as they got by Warren Central (1-8) and Devon Bell 24-10.
Clinton (4-5) will play at Greenville-Weston this week as Warren Central hosts Vicksburg in the battle for bragging rights.
Cole Carter his fellow seniors got a 24-10 win over Kosciusko on Senior night.
The Confederates will close out the season this week at Noxubee County.
Adarrius Perkins and FCAHS clinched the district title last week with a 28-7 win over St. Stanislaus.
The Aggies (9-1) will play Bay High this week in the regular season finale for both teams.
Nelson Adams and Brandon continue to be a thorn in the Oak Grove Warriors' side. Proving that last year was no fluke, the Bulldogs knocked off Oak Grove for the second straight time.
The 45-38 two overtime victory helps Brandon's playoff chances and forces Oak Grove to win out in order to make the post season.
Brandon will play at Natchez this week.
Gus Walley and Greene County helped their post season chances last week with a 27-26 win over Vancleave.
The Wildcats will take on St. Stanislaus this week.
Nick James and Long Beach (7-2) put together a strong defensive effort last week as they knocked off West Harrison 31-3.
The win keeps the Bearcats tied for first in the district with Picayune. The two teams will square off this week to determine the district crown.
Adairius Barnes and Port Gibson won their final regular season game 61-0 over Richland.
The Blue Waves (8-2) are off this week and waiting to learn who and where they will play next week in the state playoffs.
There will be no district title for Brandon Holloway and Alonso.
Holloway scored on a 35 yard touchdown catch, but Alonso found the going against Plant much tougher the rest of the night.
The Ravens fall to 5-2 on the year after the 48-6 defeat. They will host Tampa Catholic this week in a non-district game and can lock up a playoff spot next week with a win over Wharton.
Jordan Washington and North Gwinnett look to be in line for a good seed in the Georgia State playoffs.
The team is now 7-1 on the campaign after knocking off Mill Creek 29-7. This week they hit the road to play at Duluth.
Kivon Coman and Florence have won two important district games in a row. This past week the Eagles beat Hazel Green 27-21.
Now 6-3, FHS will travel to Russellville looking to keep the momentum going.
Quadry Antoine and Belle Chasse opened the season 6-0, but have now dropped their last two contests.
O.P. Walker roared back after falling behind 20-8 to best the Cardinals 28-20.
Belle Chasse will take on Helen Cox this week in hopes of turning things around and improving their seeding in the playoffs.
It appears that the playoff chances for Ryan Brown and Archbishop Shaw are growing longer by the week.
A 28-3 loss to Edna Karr last week was the fourth in a row for Shaw. During the losing streak, the Eagle offense has managed just 23 points.
The sledding gets no easier this week as Shaw takes on O.P. Walker.
Torrey Bell and #1 John Curtis (7-0) enjoyed a bye week last week. The Patriots will travel to J.S. Clark this week.