The Mississippi Delta Community College Trojans fell in overtime to Hinds Community College Thursday night 37-31.
Hollandale native Jamarious Lyons blocked a potential game-winning field goal to send the game into overtime. However, a fumble by Delta quarterback Channing Martin led to a game-winning Hinds touchdown.
Jarvis Smith led MDCC with 122 yards on 10 carries, while James Ball posted 73 yards on seven attempts. Jeffrey Perkins had 54 yards on 15 attempts.
Martin went 14-of-26 for 126 yards and two touchdowns.
MDCC now sits at 0-4 overall and 0-2 in their division. Hinds moves to 3-1 overall and 0-1 in their division.
MDCC will be at home next Thursday against Itawamaba Community College.
Northwest 37, Coahoma 7
SENATOBIA – On their home turf here Thursday night, the Northwest Rangers dominated Coahoma 37-7, spoiled CCC’s run of two consecutive victories, and took sweet revenge over their heartbreaking loss to the Tigers in 2009.
Plagued by turnovers and costly penalties, the Tiger offense sputtered off- balance while Northwest’s stable of running backs appeared indestructible.
Quarterback Jazy Parker rushed for Coahoma’s only touchdown on the night.
Coahoma has a 2-2 record, and Northwest, nationally ranked at No. 10: 4-0.
Coahoma plays East Mississippi at home Thursday, Sept. 30.
Gulf Coast 51, Southwest 31
Pearl River 44, East Central 13
Northeast 35, Holmes 20
Copiah-Lincoln 20, Jones County 14
East Mississippi 37, Itawamaba 10