Rayville took advantage of Vidalia High mistakes to defeat the Vikings 26-16, dropping Vidalia to 1-6 on the season with two of those losses due to COVID forfeits.
While LSU running back Ty Davis-Price was setting records and earning national recognition in the Tigers’ upset win over Florida Saturday in in his hometown of Baton Rouge, a much more unsung football player from Ferriday was setting records for the school down the road.
Block High competed with St. Mary for a half, but the loss of two of its key players allowed the Tigers to pull away in the second half in a 41-6 win to keep the Bears winless at 0-7.
Mangham High’s special teams were just that, as Jalen Williams returned a kickoff and punt for touchdowns as the Dragons celebrated Homecoming with a 42-14 win over Vidalia Friday night in Mangham.
Ferriday High dropped to 0-5 for the first time since 1978 as the Trojans fell to Southern Lab 49-0 at Southern University’s Mumford Stadium Friday.
Grambling State (2-4, 1-2) closed the gap on its first offensive series as the Tigers marched 47 yards in seven plays as Garrett Urban booted a season-long and career-long 45-yard field goal to trim the deficit to 7-3 with 10:57 left in the quarter.
After stopping General Trass on its first two possessions, including on a fourth-and-one at the Vidalia 10-yard line, the floodgates opened for the Panthers, who spoiled Homecoming night for the Vikings with a 48-0 win.
Mangham High used the legs of running back Jalen Williams and quarterback T.J. Bell to defeat Ferriday 36-0 on a muddied Melz Field Friday in a game delayed for an hour by lightning.
Homecoming may have been postponed for Adams County Christian School Friday night, but the Rebel football team didn’t miss a beat, shutting out Silliman 42-0 at Bobby Marks Field.
Bolton High picked up its first win of the season, while Block remaining winless in the battle of the Bears as Bolton defeated the Jonesville team 20-6 Saturday for Block’s Homecoming.
Southern's quarterback Glendon McDaniel had a career performance as the Jaguars pounce the Delta Devils 38-25 on Sunday afternoon at Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium in Jackson, Mississippi.
After jumping out to a 22-0 lead, Ferriday High was outscored 52-28 as the Rayville Hornets pulled out a wild 52-50 win in Rayville in the District 2-2A opener for both teams.