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Broad Street 44, St. Joe 32

The Broad Street Jaguars earned a big Region 2-1A victory over the St. Joe Fighting Irish Friday night in Greenville.

Broad Street improved to 5-2 with a 4-1 mark in the region, while St. Joe fell to 5-2 with a 3-1 mark in the region.

The Jaguars led 24-0 at halftime. The Fighting Irish scored 32 points in the second half, but the Jaguars proved to be too much.

Jarvaris McClenton rushed for 152 yards with a touchdown and four 2-point conversions on 19 carries and completed 2-of-2 passes for 63 yards with a touchdown to lead the Jaguars, followed by Richard Horn with 61 yards on nine carries, Demarcus Alexander with 53 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries and Lamarucs Phillips with a 56-yard touchdown reception and an 83-yard kick return for a touchdown,

Phillips intercepted two passes and returned one of them for a touchdown to lead Broad Street’s defense, followed by Zekedrick Bingham with nine tackles, Kentarius Allen with eight tackles, Alexander with seven tackles, Rodarius Rodney with an interception and Jalone McGee with a sack.

Broad Street will be back in action on Friday when the team hosts McAdams in Shelby at 7 p.m.

West Bolivar 21, Riverside 0

The West Bolivar Eagles blanked the Riverside High School Bulldogs in Region 3-2A action Friday night.

West Bolivar improved to 5-2 with a 2-0 mark in the region, while Riverside fell to 0-8 with an 0-2 mark in region.

Dekeenan Boyd rushed for 137 yards and a touchdown on seven carries and completed 3-of-5 passes for 29 yards to lead the Eagles, followed by Lamarius Ursy with 38 yards on two carries, Deguedereck Rice with two catches for 19 yards and Robert Taylor and Gregory Robb with a touchdown each.

Justin Mond led the Eagles’ defense with four tackles including a sack, followed by Larry Walker, Christopher King, Keenan Neal and Joshua Smith with four tackles each.

West Bolivar will be back in action on Friday when the team hosts Leland in Rosedale.

JFK 34, Montgomery Co. 14

The John F. Kennedy Hornets earned another region victory by defeating the Montgomery County Hornets in Region 2-1A action Friday night at Kilmichael.

JFK improved to 5-2 with a 4-0 mark in the region, while Montgomery County fell to 3-5 with a 2-3 mark in the region.

Xavier Roberts rushed 156 yards and two touchdowns on nine carries to lead JFK, followed by Carnez Gant with a 23-yard touchdown pass, Jarvis Lewis with 47 rushing yards and a touchdown on three carries, Ricky Fleming with two catches for 29 yards and a touchdown, Ladaris Johnson with 53 yards on four carries, Travell Parris with a touchdown and Jakevius Dye and Damian Hodges with a two-point conversion each.

JFK will be back in action on Friday when the team hosts St. Joe in Greenville at 7 p.m.

Tunica 49, Bayou 34

The Bayou Academy Colts lost a shootout with the Tunica Academy Blue Devils Friday night in Tunica.

Bayou fell to 3-5, while Tunica improved to 3-5.

The Blue Devils took advantage of a couple of turnovers and some missed opportunities to defeat the Colts.

Tyler Kitchings and Chantz Arbuckle led Bayou’s offense.

Kitchings threw touchdown passes for 60 and 70 yards to Chantz Arbuckle to lead the offense. Arbuckle also marched on a 20-yard touchdown run, while Kitchings galloped on a 24-yard TD run.

John Thomas Davis scored a touchdown, Davis Dalton scored a 2-point conversion to round out the offense, and Weber Herbison kicked two PATs to round out the offense.

In the game, Kitchings completed 20-of-31 passes for 310 yards with two touchdowns and rushed for 77 yards with a touchdown on nine carries, followed by Herbison with six catches for 126 yards with two touchdowns, Davis with five catches for 80 yards and Herbison with five catches for 68 yards.

On defense, Ashton Ouzts recovered a fumble, Josh Willingham forced a fumble and Herbison intercepted a pass to lead the Colts.

Bayou will return to action on Friday when the team hosts Lee Academy from Clarksdale in a District 1-AA game.

St. Aloysius 44, Ray Brooks 20

The Ray Brooks Tigers fell to the St. Aloysius Flashes in Region 2-1A action in Vicksburg Friday evening.

Ray Brooks fell to 0-7 with an 0-4 mark in the region, while St. Aloysius improved to 5-3 with a 4-1 mark in the region.

Delta 42, NSA 28

The North Sunflower Academy Rebels fell short to the Delta Academy Raiders in District 6 8-man football action Friday night in Drew.

NSA fell to 2-6 with an 0-3 mark in the district, while Delta improved to 6-1.

Ronny Henley threw three touchdowns to Colton Moon, and Jerry Mitchell scored a touchdown on a kick return to lead the Rebels.

NSA will be back in action on Friday when the team will host the Mississippi School for the Deaf in Drew.

Humphreys Co. 34, Ruleville 16

The Ruleville Central Tigers had a tough night as they lost to the Humphreys County Cowboys in Region 3-3A action Friday night in Belzoni.

Ruleville fell to 1-6 with an 0-2 mark in the region, while Humphreys County improved to 3-5 with a 1-1 mark in the region.

Ruleville will return to action on Friday when the team travels to Itta Bena to play Leflore County.

McEvans 42, Ray Brooks 22

The McEvans Middle School Warriors defeated the Ray Brooks Jr. High Tigers Thursday.

With the win the Warriors improved to 3-4 on the year. The Warriors led the Tigers 30-14 at halftime.

Joshua Bass led the Warriors with 171 yards on eight carries with two touchdowns while also completing 2-of-3 passes for 74 yards and a touchdown. Dakarius Clark rushed for102 yards on seven carries with three touchdowns, and William Scott caught two passes for 75 yards with one touchdown to aid McEvans.

Tyrese Williams led the Warriors defense with eight tackles, a sack and an interception, followed by Bryson Reed with nine tackles.

The Warriors will be back in action at 5:30 p.m. Monday against D.M. Smith in Cleveland.