Monday, September 13, 2010

Washington School gets first victory of the season

GREENVILLE — The Washington School Generals football team got their first victory of the season Friday night with a 35-21 victory over district foe Magnolia Heights.
With the score deadlocked at 21 at the half, the Generals (1-3, 1-1 District) scored a touchdown in both the third and fourth quarter to come away with the win.
Washington running back Ryan Gober had a field day on the Chiefs (3-1), rushing for 139 yards on 22 carries and two touchdowns.
Fullback Read Kelly added another punch by rushing for 94 yards and touchdown on only eight attempts.
Through the air, Eric Brozovich went 12-of-17 for 141 yards. The senior standout also added two rushing touchdowns of his own.
Hayden Lewis (3 catches, 53 yards) and Jeffrey Davis (3 catches, 34 yards) were Washington School's leading receivers.Nathan Noble made five PAT's.
Washington School will be celebrating homecoming this Friday when they host Indianola Academy at 7 p.m.

Noxubee County 38, GWHS 6
MACON — The Greenville-Weston High football team fell to 2-2 on the season after losing to Noxubee County 38-6.
Donnell Corbin scored the Hornets only touchdown on the game on a 80-yard kickoff return.
GWHS will be off this week before going on the road to face Murrah on Sept. 24.

Deer Creek 32, Strider 6
CHARLESTON — The Deer Creek School football team improved to 2-1 Friday night following a 32-6 win over district opponent Strider Academy.
Senior quarterback Seve Signa threw for 130 yards, including a 13-yard touchdown pass to senior Tyler Key. Signa also added 33 yards on the ground, including a 13-yard rushing touchdown.
Senior Matt Wells scored the Warriors' first touchdown when he ran in a 12-yard touchdown. Mark Wooley had a 48-yard punt return touchdown. Sophomore Tanner Bennett gained 36 rushing yards on the night, including a 7-yard touchdown.
Defensively, Deer Creek was led by Hunter Kirby, Mark Wooley, Grant Dowdy and Tanner Bennett.
The Warriors will be on the road this week to face Lee Academy in Arkansas.

Bayou Academy 20, Greenville Christian 13
O'Bannon 14, Tupelo Christian 0
Montgomery County 22, Ray Brooks 14
Gentry 28, Humphreys County 0
Coahoma Ag. 26, Riverside 24
South Panola 39, Clarksdale 0
Charleston 18, Cleveland 7
Shaw 21, St. Joseph 14

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