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Aug
25

Mississippi High School Football Week One

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football logoBy Austin Bishop & Bobby Gray
Mississippi Prep Sports Source

The No. 1 team held strong in six of the seven classifications last week, with MHSAA Class 1A Mount Olive being the only No. 1 team in the Mississippi Prep Sports Source rankings to fall.
The Pirates dropped a 14-6 decision to Class 3A Collins and tumbled three spots to No. 4 in the Class 1A rankings. Ray Brooks, who opens its season this week at Class 3A Aberdeen, takes over the No. 1 spot in the rankings, followed by Weir, Durant, Mount Olive and Vardaman.
South Panola proved its worthiness of the No. 1 ranking in 6A with a 38-0 win over No. 9 Petal. Madison Central stays at No. 2 thanks to a good win over Hattiesburg. Ocean Springs jumped five spots to No. 3, while Oak Grove holds at No. 4 despite an injury to its quarterback and Olive Branch slips two spots to No. 5.
Wayne County, Picayune and West Jones remain at the top of the 5A heap, with Gautier climbing two spots to No. 4 on the strength of a 21-7 win over Pascagoula. Pearl dropped one spot to No. 5.
There is no change in 4A with Noxubee County at the top, followed by Louisville, Shannon, Lawrence County and Lafayette County. Those five are by far the strongest in the classification, but Quitman moves to No. 6 and is trying to be a part of the elite group in 4A.
Although Tylertown holds on to the top spot at No. 1, there were some shakeups just below the Chiefs. No. 2 Franklin County and No 3 Aberdeen both lost and fell to No. 8 and No. 7 in the rankings respectively.
Forest moved up to No. 2 and Ripley is at No. 3. Both teams open their seasons on Friday night, while Perry Central and Philadelphia climbed two spots each to move to No. 4 and No. 5 respectively. The Tornadoes of PHS may be the surprise team in the classification this season.
The top four didn’t change in 2A, with West Bolivar leading the way, followed by Scott Central, Eupora and Ackerman. Bassfield, which held a 20-10 lead over 6A power Oak Grove in the second half, jumped to No. 5 despite a 30-20 loss. Puckett has begun to make its move and is now at No. 6.
Perennial MAIS powerhouse Jackson Prep had a tough battle on Friday night, but held on to beat Washington School 7-0 and retained the top spot in the MAIS overall rankings.
Jackson Academy is second and Pillow is third, while Washington School moved up five spots to No. 4. Madison-Ridgeland Academy is No. 5, followed closely by Lamar School.

The RANKINGS/TOP 15
The Mississippi Prep Sports Source rankings are produced each week by Austin Bishop and Bobby Gray. Bishop has been covering high school sports in Mississippi since 1975, while Gray is a longtime follower of prep football in North Mississippi. The ranking service is in its second year.

MHSAA 6A
1. South Panola (1-0) — Beat No. 6 Petal 38-0
2. Madison Central (1-0) — Beat No. 7 Hattiesburg 28-16
3. Ocean Springs (1-0) — Beat Vicksburg 47-6
4. Oak Grove (1-0) — Beat Bassfield 30-20
5. Olive Branch (1-0) — Beat East Memphis 23-14
6. Meridian (1-0) — Beat West Lauderdale 13-5
7. Hattiesburg (0-1) — Lost to No. 2 Madison Central 28-16
8. George County (1-0) — Beat Moss Point 15-14
9. Petal (0-1) — Lost to No. 1 South Panola 38-0
10. Clinton (1-0) — Beat No. 15 Brandon, 28-21
11. Southaven (1-0) — Beat Independence 37-3
12. Natchez (1-0) — Beat Jefferson County 59-24
13. Gulfport (1-0) — Beat Warren Central 35-21
14. Tupelo (0-0) — Did not play
15. Northwest Rankin (0-1) — Lost to Louisville 41-21
Lurking Around: Biloxi (1-0), Hancock (1-0), Brandon (0-1), Warren Central (0-1).

MHSAA 5A
1. Wayne County (1-0) — Beat Laurel 26-0
2. Picayune (0-0) — Did Not Play
3. West Jones (0-0) — Did Not Play
4. Gautier (1-0) — Beat Pascagoula 21-7
5 Pearl (0-1) — Lost to Quitman 21-17
6. Moss Point (0-1) — Lost to George County 15-14
7. Oxford (1-0) — Beat Grenada 43-12
8. West Point (0-1) — Lost to Shannon 27-20
9. Yazoo City (1-0) — Beat Beat Wingfield 20-14
10. New Hope (0-0) — Did Not Play
11. Brookhaven (0-0) — Did Not Play
12. Hernando (0-0) — Did Not Play
13. D’Iberville (0-1) — Lost to Forrest County AHS 24-7
14. Neshoba Central (1-0) — Beat Desoto Central 29-23
15. Callaway (0-1) — Lost to Lawrence County 27-26
Lurking Around:
Ridgeland (1-0, Stone County  (1-0), Vancleave (1-0), Forest Hill (1-0), Clarksdale (0-1).

MHSAA 4A
1. Noxubee County (1-0) — Beat Starkville 30-0
2. Louisville (1-0) — Beat  Northwest Rankin 41-21
3. Shannon (1-0) — Beat West Point 27-20
4. Lawrence County (1-0) — Beat Callaway 27-26
5. Lafayette County (1-0) — Beat Cleveland 24-13
6. Quitman (1-0) — Beat Pearl 21-17
7. Itawamba AHS (0-0) — Did Not Play
8. NE Jones (0-0) — Did Not Play
9. St. Stanislaus (1-0) — Beat Taylorsville 35-13
10. West Lauderdale (0-1) — Lost to Meridian 13-5
11. South Pike (0-0) — Did Not Play
12. Columbia (1-0) — Beat Poplarville 40-14
13. Forrest County AHS (1-0) — Beat D’Iberville 24-6
14. Greene County (1-0) — Beat St. Martin 23-0
15. Magee (0-0) — Did Not Play
Lurking Around: Senatobia (1-0), Purvis (0-1), New Albany (0-1).

MHSAA 3A
1. Tylertown (1-0) — Beat McComb 26-6
2. Forest (0-0) — Did Not Play
3. Ripley (0-0) — Did Not Play
4. Perry Central (1-0) — Beat Purvis 34-20
5. Philadelphia (1-0) — Beat South Leake 52-0
6. Hazlehurst (1-0) — Beat Hinds AHS 24-7
7 Aberdeen (0-1) — Lost to Columbus 27-26
8. Franklin County (0-1) — Lost to Loyd Star 12-0
9. Charleston (1-0) — Beat Horn Lake 12-6
10. Morton (1-0) — Beat Northeast Lauderdale 34-0
11. Corinth ((0-0) —Did Not Play
12. Raleigh (1-0) — Beat Heidelberg 10-2
13. Velma Jackson (1-0) — Beat Greenwood 14-12
14. Booneville (1-0) — Beat New Albany 41-34
15. Collins (1-0) — Beat Mount Olive 14-6
Lurking Around: South Delta (1-0), St. Andrews (1-0), McLaurin (1-0), Winona (0-1), Leland (0-0), St. Patrick (0-0), Jefferson County (0-1).

MHSAA 2A
1. West Bolivar (1-0) — Beat Clarksdale 28-6
2. Scott Central (1-0) — Beat Southeast Lauderdale 28-7
3. Eupora (1-0) — Beat Houston 40-14
4. Ackerman (1-0) — Beat Starkville Academy 55-2
5. Bassfield (0-1) — Lost to Oak Grove 30-20
6. Puckett (1-0) — Beat No. 14 Bay Springs 35-0
7. North Forrest (1-0) — Beat Sumrall 41-12
8. Loyd Star (1-0) — Beat Franklin County 12-0
9. Mize (1-0) — Beat Pass Christian 40-0
10. Baldwyn (0-0) — Did Not Play
11. Calhoun City (0-1) —Lost to Coffeeville 32-27
12. Taylorsville (0-1) — Lost to St. Stanislaus 35-13
13. Hollandale-Simmons (0-0) — Did Not Play
14. Pisgah (1-0) — Beat Ethel 40-6
15. Walnut (1-0) — Beat Wheeler 52-12
Lurking Around: Union (1-0), Hinds AHS (0-1), East Marion (0-0), Madison St. Joe (1-0), Enterprise-Clarke (0-0), Bruce (0-0),  Wesson (0-0), Pelahatchie (1-0), East Webster (0-1), Bay Springs (0-1).

MHSAA 1A
1. Ray Brooks (0-0) — Did Not Play
2. Weir (1-0) — Beat Hamilton 35-0
3. Durant (1-0) — Beat S.V. Marshall 44-6
4. Mount Olive (0-1) — Lost to Collins 14-6
5. Vardaman (0-0) — Did Not Play
6. Coffeeville (1-0) Beat Calhoun City 32-27
7. Sebastopol (1-0) — Beat Edinburg 39-14
8. Greenville St. Joe (1-0) — Beat Riverside 21-2
9. Bogue Chitto (0-1) — Lost to Madison St. Joe 20-7
10. Nanih Waiya (0-1) — Lost to Union 29-6
11. Smithville (0-0) — Did Not Play
12. Drew (0-0) — Did Not Play
13. Shaw (0-0) — Did Not Play
14. McAdams (1-0) — Beat Thomastown 41-6
15. Okolona (1-0) — Beat Houlka 39-0
Lurking Around: Natchez Cathedral (0-0), Biggersville (1-0), Falkner (0-1), St. Aloysius (0-1), Dexter (0-1).

MAIS
1. Jackson Prep (1-0) — Beat Washington School 7-0
2. Jackson Academy (1-0) — Beat Parklane 47-20
3. Pillow Academy (1-0) — Beat Kirk 42-0
4. Washington School (0-1) — Lost to Jackson Prep 7-0
5. MRA (1-0) — Beat Yazoo County 41-0
6. Lamar School (1-0) — Beat East Rankin 21-13
7. Parklane (0-1) Lost to Jackson Academy 47-20
8. Magnolia Heights (1-0) — Beat North Delta 42-6
9. Oak Forest (1-0) — Beat Centreville 12-0
10. Clarksdale Lee (1-0) — Beat Indianola 28-3
11. Centreville (0-1) — Lost to Oak Forest 12-0
12. Leake Academy (1-0) — Beat Winston 21-13
13. Simpson County (1-0) — Beat Alpha Christian 42-14
14. DeSoto School (1-0) — Beat Strider 53-6
15. Heritage (1-0) — Beat Oak Hill 47-12
Lurking Around: Winston (0-1), Trinity Episcopal (1-0), Brookhaven (1-0), Canton (0-1), Presbyterian Christian (1-0), Bowling Green (1-0), Central Private (1-0).

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