The Ocean Springs offense has been very explosive this season, but not last night as Brandon controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball.
The Bulldogs will host Meridian next week in the second round of the 6A playoffs. Meridian won at Brandon earlier this season 28-3.
Jordan Washington and North Gwinnett continue to be very stingy on defense.
Last night Archer was limited to a field goal at North Gwinnett rolled 49-3. They take on Colquitt County next week.
Speaking of rolling, East Marion destroyed Union 50-20.
Some expected a tougher game, but once the third quarter started Xavier Grindle's night was finished. The talented running back ran for a pair of scores and 142 yards on 14 first half carries.
The Eagles take on district foe North Forrest at home next week. North Forrest upset Taylorsville 21-19 to advance in 2A south.
MSU Linebacker commitment Lelland Ducksworth continues to work hard and rehab from an injury. He hopes for a better outcome against East Marion this go around.
Earlier this season the Eagles won at North Forrest 25-6.
Nick James Long Beach Bearcats knocked off defending 5A south state champion Brookhaven last night 31-28.
Long Beach will battle an improving Pearl River Central team who upset Wayne County on Friday.
Devon Desper and Madison Central continued their impressive play with a 38-21 win over Tupelo last night.
The Jaguars will take on South Panola next week in a rematch of the 6A north state title game a season ago.
The Tigers blasted Murrah last night 42-14.
Torrey Bell and Curtis continue to look like the class of their classification as they shelled Dunham 56-7.
The Patriots will take on Ville Platte this week.
Adarrius Perkins played solid on defense and returned a late kickoff inside the South Pike ten yard line to keep FCAHS in the game, but in the end the Aggies could not recover the onsides it needed to prolong the game.
South Pike advances after the 36-28 upset win.
Brandon Holloway scored on a 24 yard touchdown pass with three minutes left to give Alonso a fourth quarter lead over Sickles Thursday night.
That lead was short lived as Sickles scored on a 4th down touchdown pass to win 20-14.
Gus Walley and Greene County's season has come to an end after a 42-20 loss to Laurel.
Ryan Brown and Shaw snuck into the playoffs and their season ended pretty much as it went all season.....with no offense.
Shaw closed out the year with a 32-0 loss to Neville.
Quadry Antoine and Belle Chasse also took a first round exit as they fell to St. Augustine 62-30.
Cedric Jiles and Clinton drew Olive Branch in the first round and the Conquistadors did what a #1 seed is supposed to do and that is win big.
The Arrows fall 49-14 to end their 2011 season.
Deonte Evans and McComb did not fair much better as Picayune won in 35-6 in first round playoff action.
Dylan Holley and Gulf Coast will play East Mississippi on Saturday at 2 PM in the MACJC state title game.
The Bulldogs knocked off Northeast 20-17 last week in overtime to advance.