The Bayou Academy Colts blasted the DeSoto School Thunderbirds Friday evening in Helena, Ark.
The Colts remained perfect at 0-2.
Everybody virtually contributed in Bayou’s offense. Weber Herbison rushed for 112 yards with two touchdowns on three carries and caught a pass for 46 yards and a touchdown to lead the way for the Colts, followed by William Hood with 91 rushing yards on eight carries, Davis Dalton with 72 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries, John Thomas Davis with 55 rushing yards and a touchdown on five carries to go with a 46-yard touchdown pass, Dustin Gilliland with 28 rushing yards and a touchdown on six carries and Jack Haynes with two PAT kicks.
On defense, Hayden Fleming led Bayou with six tackles including two tackles-for-loss with three pass deflections, followed by Dalton and Hood with four tackles each, Haynes with an interception return for a touchdown, Kamien Grey with an interception and Turner Davis with four tackles including 2.5 tackles-for-loss with a fumble recovery.
Bayou will travel to Indianola Academy on Friday.
Leland 32, Shaw 6
The Shaw Hawks dropped their second game in a row Friday to the Leland Cubs on the road.
With the loss the Hawks fell to 0-2 while Leland improved to 2-0. Leland held a 12-0 lead at halftime.
Travelle Ware led Shaw’s offense by completing 17-of-30 passes for 148 yards with two interceptions and rushed for 43 yards on 20 carries. Tyquan Rule caught five passes for 42 yards, William Scott caught four passes for 43 yards and Malik Walker pulled down four receptions for 14 yards to round out the Hawks’ offense.
Dexter Davis led the defense with seven tackles and a fumble return for a TD, followed by Ware with 10 tackles, Ricky Lunford with nine tackles and Deshawn Davis with eight tackles.
Shaw will travel to play Humphreys County at 7 p.m. Friday.
O'Bannon 26, Ray Brooks 14
The O'Bannon Greenwave improved to 1-1 on the season by getting by the Ray Brooks Tigers Friday in Greenville.
The loss dropped the Tigers to 0-2. Syderick Maiten connected with Jonathan Haynes who used his speed to complete an 83-yard touchdown reception, while Jamarcus Tayler returned a kickoff 70 yards for a touchdown. Maiten scored a two-point conversion to round out the scoring for the Tigers.
Jaylen Gills had a solid game for Ray Brooks on defense.
Ray Brooks will return to action on Friday when the team hosts West Bolivar in the annual “Levee Bowl.”
Mt. Salus Christian 38, NSA 12
The North Sunflower Academy Rebels fell to 0-2 Friday with a loss to the Mt. Salus Christian School Eagles in Clinton.
NSA fell to 0-2. Jacolby Brown completed 7-of-13 passes for 61 yards with a touchdown and rushed for a touchdown, while Dylan Lofton caught six passes for 54 yards with a touchdown to lead the Rebels’ offense.
Lucas Garrett led NSA’s defense with 10 tackles and a fumble recovery, followed by Lofton and Rivers Ray with five tackles each and Brown and Luther Norwood with a fumble recovery each.
NSA will host Calhoun Academy on Friday in Drew.
D.M. Smith 42, Drew-Hunter Middle 0
The D.M. Smith Middle School Baby Trojans traveled to play the Drew-Hunter Middle School Eagles Thursday in Ruleville
The Trojans started off the year the way they ended last season with a flawless victory.
The Trojans offense was led by Jakhyris Williams with 132 yards on five carries with two TDs and a 55-yard kickoff return TD, followed by Jaylen Ward with 54 yards and a touchdown on four carries and 31 yards passing on 2-of-5 passes.
On defense, D.M. Smith was led by Cornelius Luster with 10 tackles and two sacks, followed by Larry Tyler with five tackles and a 25-yard interception return for a TD, Lavasea Thorne with eight tackles and four sacks, Kendrick Walker with eight tackles and two sacks, Quincy Lewis with eight tackles, Shaquavius McCline with seven tackles and a sack and Darion Dean, Kvari Havard and Lennon Wooden with seven tackles each.
West Memphis Jr. High 24, Bayou 22
The West Memphis Christian Black Knight edged out the Bayou Academy Colts in junior high football action Thursday.
Spence Martin scored two touchdowns to lead the Colts, followed by Kellar Otts with a rushing touchdown.