Prep football round up: ACCS get past Centreville
Published 12:01 am Wednesday, October 23, 2019
NATCHEZ — The Adams County Christian School Rebels picked up a big win Friday night with the postseason not that far away as they defeated the Centreville Academy Tigers 28-6 on Senior Night at Bobby Marks Stadium.
Wes Stockstill, one of nine ACCS seniors that were honored, made the play of the game with the Rebels holding a 14-0 lead. Centreville was in position to put points on the board when Stockstill picked off a pass by Tigers quarterback Jaden Morris and returned it 83 yards for a touchdown with 11 seconds to go until halftime to give ACCS a 21-0 lead.
It was a tough night for Morris, who was 1-for-3 passing for six yards with two interceptions. Centreville was held to 159 yards of total offense. The Tigers avoided being shut out on a nine-yard touchdown run by Kason Clark with 11:50 left in the fourth quarter.
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DJ Stampley, another senior who is having to play at quarterback for the injured Glaston Magee, overcame two interceptions of his own with a 19-yard TD pass to VJ Knight with 10:41 to go in the second quarter and two touchdown runs. Stampley finished with 142 rushing yards on 10 carries.
Cory Sewell led the Rebels’ defense with 10 tackles and Blake LePrairie had seven tackles. Claven Dunbar had an interception on defense to go with 35 yards on five carries. Yohan Thompson and Dantavious Stampley each had six tackles.
ACCS (7-2) finishes up its regular season on the road against MAIS District 3-5A opponent Central Hinds Academy at 7 p.m. Friday. Centreville Academy (3-6) ends its regular season on the road as well against District 3-3A foe Newton County Academy Friday at 7 p.m.
Delta Charter 40,
Tensas High 12
FERRIDAY — Kavarius Whitehead threw three touchdown passes and ran for another as the Delta Charter School Storm celebrated homecoming with an emphatic 40-12 win over the still-winless Tensas High School Panthers Friday night in an LHSAA District 2-1A game.
Whitehead had touchdown passes of 23 yards to Ny’kell Brooks in the first quarter, 20 yards to Chandler Harrison in the third quarter, and 24 yards to Kenzeric Hollins in the fourth quarter as well as a one-yard TD run late in the second quarter.
Delta Charter (3-4, 3-1) will travel to Monroe, La. to take on St. Frederick High School Friday at 7 p.m.
WCCA 40, Rebul Academy 14
WOODVILLE — On Senior Night at Wilkinson County Christian Academy, it was sophomore Roderick Bailey who had a huge game as the Rams took care of the Rebul Academy Raiders 40-14 in an MAIS 8-Man District 2-1A game Friday night.
Bailey had three carries for 92 yards, including touchdown runs of 22 and 46 yards as well as a 49-yard interception return for a touchdown in the first quarter, and a 78-yard punt return for a score in the second quarter. WCCA jumped out to a 28-0 lead by the end of the first quarter, which was capped off by Thomas Vannoy’s 38-yard touchdown run. Bailey’s long punt return gave the Rams a 34-0 halftime lead. WCCA (7-2, 2-0) plays host to Claiborne Academy Friday at 7 p.m.
Natchez High 30, Forest Hill 12
JACKSON — Natchez High School’s second trip to Jackson this season turned out much better than its first one did as the Bulldogs defeated the Forest Hill High School Patriots 30-12 Friday night in a key MHSAA Region 3-5A game to keep its playoff hopes alive.
James Singleton threw two touchdown passes — the first one a 60-yarder to Eldrin Brown and the second one for 32 yards to Joshua Thomas. Kyreek Murray scored on a five-yard quarterback sneak. Jamal Lewis had two two-point conversions and Desnick Bolden had a two-point conversion of his own.
Natchez High led Forest Hill 16-0 at the end of the first quarter and the Bulldogs maintained that lead at halftime. They scored 14 points in the third quarter while holding the Patriots (3-6, 2-2) to just six points. Trent Richardson led the Bulldogs’ defense with three sacks. Natchez High (4-4, 2-2) plays host to Region 3-5A opponent and Class 5A No. 3 West Jones High School for homecoming Friday at 7 p.m.
Franklin County 30,
Port Gibson 12
MEADVILLE — The Franklin County High School Bulldogs jumped out to a 16-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back as they defeated the Port Gibson High School Blue Waves 30-12 Friday night for their first win in MHSAA Region 7-3A this season. Franklin County’s defense nearly pitched a shutout before Port Gibson (1-8, 0-2) scored its only touchdown with 3:21 remaining. The Blue Waves then converted on the two-point conversion.
Franklin County (2-7, 1-2) is off next Friday night before playing at Jefferson County High School on Friday, Nov. 1 at 7 p.m.
Wilkinson County 22
WOODVILLE — Wilkinson County High School’s playoff chances took a big hit Friday night as the Wildcats lost to the suddenly-surging Hazlehurst High School Indians 41-22 in a key MHSAA Region 7-3A game for both teams.
Hazlehurst (3-5, 2-0) looked like it was on its way to a blowout win after jumping out to a 22-0 lead by the end of the first quarter. But Wilkinson County scored twice to make it a 22-14 game with 3:49 to go in the second quarter. However, the Indians scored right before halftime for a 28-14 lead at intermission and pulled away in the second half. Wilkinson County (2-7, 1-2) concludes its regular season Friday when it plays at Port Gibson High School at 7 p.m.
Delhi High 6, Sicily Island 0
DELHI, La. — Delhi High School scored what turned out to be the only touchdown of the entire game in the second quarter as the Bears defeated the reeling Sicily Island High School Tigers 6-0 Friday night in an LHSAA District 2-1A game.
Sicily Island (2-5, 0-4) plays at Cedar Creek High School Friday at 7 p.m.
LaSalle 32, Block 26
OLLA, La. — The Block High School Bears played their best game since a Week 1 win at Buckeye High School, but the LaSalle High School Tigers scored a late touchdown to escape with a 32-26 win Thursday night in LHSAA District 3-1A action.
Block took a 20-16 lead into halftime and retook the lead at 26-24 with a touchdown at the 8:03 mark of the fourth quarter. LaSalle answered with a touchdown and two-point conversion with 5:13 to go and its defense preserved the victory.
The Bears were led on offense by Dre Curry and Zavion Green. Curry had 155 rushing yards and one touchdown while Zavion Green had 120 rushing yards and one TD. Defensively, head coach Benny Vault Jr. said that Tylik Davis, Chad Green, and Gary Stevenson each had six or seven tackles.
Block (1-6, 0-2) plays host to Montgomery High School Friday at 7 p.m.