MSU Commitment Scoreboard Update Week 13

Chisholm is Glades Central's leading rusher

The MSU commitment scoreboard update is a free weekly feature that allows you the reader to keep up with how the Bulldogs to be did in their most recent action on the gridion.

Antwon Chisholm scored on a 39 yard run to pace Glades Central in a 27-3 playoff win over Cardinal Gibbons.

Glades Central will host American Heritage in second round action this weekend.

Rajion Neal was held out of the end zone, but the Patriots of Sandy Creek kept on rolling. Sandy Creek knocked off Tucker High to advance farther in the playoffs than any other team in its' history.

The ride keeps going for at least another week as Sandy Creek travels to Thompson County Central this week.

Ferlando Bohanna saw his season and his high school career come to a close this past weekend as White Station held on to beat Whitehaven 21-16.

Michael Carr scored on a 70 yard touchdown catch and run and Curtis Virges led the defensive effort as West Point rolled over Pearl 34-7.

The Green Wave are where many people expected them to be this season and that is within reach of a state crown.

New Hope will host West Point in the north state 5A championship. West Point won the regular season match-up 35-8.

Jameon Lewis and Tylertown remain undefeated. Lewis scored on a 33 yard run and threw for a pair of scores as the Chiefs knocked off previously undefeated Forest 28-14.

THS will host Morton in the south state final this weekend.

Jamerson Love scored on touchdown runs of 17 and four yards as Aberdeen advanced to their second straight 3A north half title game.

The Bulldogs won 22-15 over previously undefeated Charleston.

Other scores of interest:

Asian Ruff and IAHS (13-0) brought Noxubee County's run to an end with a 29-14 decision. Vincent Sanders threw a 70 yard touchdown and found the end zone on the ground on the following two point conversion.

Dylan Favre threw six touchdowns and ran for two other scores as St. Stanislaus destroyed FCAHS 56-30.

Hutson Mason threw for eight touchdown passes and 530 yards in a 70-49 win over South Gwinett. Mason becomes the first Georgia QB to ever throw over 4,000 yards in a career.

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