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Aug
31

MPSS Week 2 Rankings

By

football logoBy Austin Bishop
& Bobby Gray
Mississippi Prep Sports Source

There are two new No. 1-ranked teams in this week’s Mississippi Prep Sports Source rankings to go along with a crazy shakeup in MHSAA Class 1A.
On the strength of its 13-12 come-from-behind win over county rival Northeast Jones and Wayne County’s 21-7 loss to Meridian, West Jones emerges as the top team in Class 5A this week.
Wayne County is No. 2, followed by a Stone County team that has come out of nowhere to earn the No. 3 spot in the rankings. The Tomcats were unranked last week, but a solid 38-0 win over George County got our attention in a hurry.
In Class 1A it was simply a case of survival that vaulted Vardaman four notches into the No. 1 position.
Quite frankly any of the top four teams could have easily been tabbed No. 1, but No. 2 Mount Olive, No. 3 Durant and No. 4 Ray Brooks have all lost to higher classification teams, while Vardaman nipped 2A Bruce 24-22 last week. So, that gives Vardaman the top spot for the time being.
South Panola holds on to the top position in 6A, followed by Madison Central, Oak Grove, Meridian and Olive Branch.
In Class 4A the top three remains solid with Noxubee County, Louisville and Shannon leading the way. Lafayette County and Quitman each moved up a spot to No. 4 and No. 5 respectively.
Tylertown certainly solidified its hold on No. 1 in Class 3A by beating Ocean Springs, a very good 6A team, 22-21. Forest is No. 2, followed by Perry Central, Philadelphia and quickly rising Morton.
West Bolivar, Eupora, Ackerman and Puckett make up a powerful top four in MHSAA Class 2A, followed by a rising North Forrest squad. Although Scott Central fell four spots to No. 6, it could still qualify for any of the spots just below West Bolivar.
Jackson Prep remains the king in the MAIS, followed by arch-rival Jackson Academy, Pillow Academy, Washington School and 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 (2-0) — Beat No. 15 Northwest Rankin 34-13
2. Madison Central (2-0) — Beat Memphis Melrose (Tenn.) 43-28
3. Oak Grove (2-0) — Beat No. 9 Petal 21-18
4. Meridian (2-0) — Beat Wayne County 21-7
5. Olive Branch (2-0) — Beat Millington (Tenn.) 41-13
6. Hattiesburg (1-1) — Beat Laurel 24-21
7. Ocean Springs (1-1) — Lost to  Tylertown 22-21
8. Petal (0-2) — Lost to No. 4 Oak Grove 21-18
9 Clinton (2-0) — Beat Ridgeland 33-20
10. Southaven (2-0) — Beat Center Hill 35-14
11. Natchez (2-0) — Beat Wilkinson County 44-14
12. Gulfport (2-0) — Beat Gautier 28-14
13. George County (1-1) — Lost to Stone County 38-0
14. Brandon (1-1) — Beat Pearl 13-7
15. Warren Central (1-1) — Beat Lawrence County 34-13
Lurking Around: Biloxi (2-0), Hancock (2-0), Harrison Central (1-0, Northwest Rankin (0-2).

MHSAA 5A
1. West Jones (1-0) — Beat Northeast Jones 13-12
2. Wayne County (1-1) — Lost to Meridian 21-7
3. Stone County  (2-0) — Beat George County 38-0     �
4. Moss Point (1-1) —Beat No. 2 Picayune 41-19
5. West Point (0-1) — Open
6. Gautier (1-1) — Lost to Gulfport 28-14
7. New Hope (1-0) — Beat Tupelo 28-17
8. Picayune (0-1) — Lost to No 5 Moss Point 41-19
9. Brookhaven (1-0) — Beat Franklin County 26-18
10. Hernando (0-0) — Open
11. Forest Hill (2-0) — Beat Wingfield 36-6
12. Neshoba Central (1-1) — Lost to West Lauderdale 14-7
13 Pearl (0-2) — Lost to Brandon 13-7
14. Callaway (1-1) — Beat Murrah 33-13
15. Oxford (1-1) — Lost to Charleston 31-13
Lurking Around: Ridgeland (1-1), Vancleave (1-1), Clarksdale (1-1), Yazoo City (1-1).

MHSAA 4A
1. Noxubee County (2-0) — Beat Columbus 23-12
2. Louisville (2-0) — Beat Starkville 26-21
3. Shannon (2-0) — Beat Memphis East (Tenn.) 42-34
4. Lafayette County (2-0) — Beat Memphis Trezevant (Tenn.) 33-13
5. Quitman (2-0) — Beat Heidelberg 18-0
6. Itawamba AHS (1-0) — Beat Amory 49-7
7. NE Jones (0-1) — Lost to West Jones 13-12
8. St. Stanislaus (2-0) — Beat Mendenhall 50-7
9. West Lauderdale (1-1) — Beat Neshoba Central 14-7
10. Lawrence County (1-1) — Lost to Warren Central 34-13
11. South Pike (1-0) — Beat McComb 14-12
12. Forrest County AHS (2-0) — Beat Bassfield 22-12
13. Greene County (2-0) — Beat Vancleave 30-6
14. Magee (1-0) — Beat St. Andrew’s 40-21
15. Senatobia (2-0) — Beat Corinth 48-21
Lurking Around: Columbia (1-1),  New Albany (1-1), Cleveland (0-2), Humphreys County (1-0), Pontotoc (1-0).

MHSAA 3A
1. Tylertown (2-0) — Beat Ocean Springs 22-21
2. Forest (1-0) — Beat Scott Central 39-18
3. Perry Central (2-0) —Beat Columbia 35-20
4. Philadelphia (2-0) — Beat J.J. McClain 36-14
5. Morton (2-0) — Beat No. 6 Hazlehurst 46-28
6 Aberdeen (1-1) — Beat Ray Brooks 52-14
7. Charleston (2-0) — Beat Oxford 31-13
8 Hazlehurst (1-1) — Lost to No. 10 Morton 46-28
9. Booneville (2-0) — Beat Baldwyn 14-6
10. Ripley (0-1) — Lost to New Albany 33-28
11. Franklin County (0-2) — lost to Brookhaven 26-18
12. Corinth ((0-1) —Lost to Senatobia 48-21
13. Raleigh (2-0) — Beat Mize 14-11
14. Velma Jackson (2-0) — beat Canton 20-14
15. McLaurin (2-0) — Beat Dexter 33-28
Lurking Around: St. Patrick (1-0), South Delta (1-1), Choctaw Central (2-0), Collins (1-1), St. Andrews (1-1), Winona (1-1), Leland (1-0, Jefferson County (0-1), Ruleville Central (1-0), Belmont (1-0).

MHSAA 2A
1. West Bolivar (2-0) — Beat Cleveland 13-7
2. Eupora (2-0) — Beat Weir 48-7 on Thursday night
3. Ackerman (2-0) — Beat Durant 42-14
4. Puckett (2-0) — Beat Pelahatchie 34-0
5. North Forrest (2-0) — Beat Stringer 17-7
6. Scott Central (1-1) — Lost to Forest 39-18
7. Loyd Star (2-0) — Beat Cathedral 27-20
8. Bassfield (0-2) — Lost to Forrest County AHS 22-12
9. Hollandale-Simmons (1-0) — Beat South Delta 13-8
10. Pisgah (2-0) — Beat Edinburg 67-6
11 Mize (1-1) — Lost to Raleigh 14-11
12. Taylorsville (1-1) — Beat South Jones 42-6
13. Calhoun City (1-1) — Beat Houston 21-15
14. Baldwyn (0-1) —Lost to Booneville 14-6
15. Walnut (1-0) — Game canceled
Lurking Around: East Marion (1-0), Stringer (1-1), Enterprise-Clarke (1-0), Union (1-1), Hinds AHS (1-1), 15-13 Bruce (0-1), Wesson (1-0), Pelahatchie (1-1), Madison St. Joe (1-1), East Webster (1-1), Bay Springs (1-1), West Lowndes (2-0).

MHSAA 1A
1. Vardaman (1-0) — Beat Bruce 24-22
2. Mount Olive (0-1) — Open
3. Durant (1-1) — Lost to Ackerman 42-14
4. Ray Brooks (0-1) — Lost to Aberdeen 52-14
5. Coffeeville (2-0) — Beat Water Valley Beat Water Valley 34-25
6. Weir (1-1) — Lost to Eupora 48-7
7. Sebastopol (2-0) — Beat Lake 30-8
8. Greenville St. Joe (2-0) — Beat Madison St. Joe 21-7
9. Nanih Waiya (1-1) — Beat Kemper County 28-22
10. Bogue Chitto (1-1) — Beat Enterprise-Lincoln 9-8
11. Smithville (1-0) — Beat Hamilton 13-12
12. McAdams (2-0) — Beat Williams-Sullivan 42-14
13. Okolona (1-0) — Open
14, Natchez Cathedral (0-1) — Lost to Loyd Star 27-20
15. Drew (0-1) — Lost to Ruleville Central 26-20
Lurking Around: Shaw (0-1), Biggersville (2-0), Falkner (0-1, St. Aloysius (1-1), Dexter (0-2), South Leake (1-1), Ethel (1-1), French Camp (1-0).

MAIS
1. Jackson Prep (2-0) — Beat MRA 35-0
2. Jackson Academy (2-0) — Beat Oak Forest (La.) 16-6
3. Pillow Academy (2-0) — Beat Oak Hill 48-28
4. Washington School (1-1) — Beat River Oaks 24-7
5. Lamar School (2-0) — Beat Starkville Academy 43-7
6. MRA (1-1) — Lost to Jackson Prep 35-0
7. Magnolia Heights (2-0) — Beat Marshall 34-7
8. Oak Forest (1-1) — Lost to Jackson Academy 16-6
9. Clarksdale Lee (2-0) — Beat Kirk 34-12
10. Centreville (1-1) — Beat Parklane 22-21
11. Parklane (0-2) — Lost to Centreville 22-21
12. Leake Academy (1-0) — Open
13. Simpson County (2-0) — Beat Wayne Academy 36-0
14. DeSoto School (2-0) — Beat Hebron Christian 35-6
15. Heritage (2-0) — Beat Winston 13-12
Lurking Around: Trinity Episcopal (2-0), Brookhaven (2-0), Presbyterian Christian (2-0), Bowling Green (2-0), Winston (0-2), Canton (1-1), Central Private (2-0).

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