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Friday prep football roundup: Vidalia shuts out Madison Parish

VIDALIA — The Vidalia High School Vikings shutout Madison Parish 36-0 in a homecoming victory on a rain soaked field Friday night.

“It is always good to get a homecoming victory,” said Vikings Head Football Coach Rob Faircloth. Standouts for the Vikings were running backs Devin Green, who scored two rushing touchdowns, and Cam’ron Randall who scored two rushing touchdowns.

Faircloth said with the rain falling through the game, the Vikings played a ground game.

“Definsively, Cam’ron Randall led the team in tackles,” Faircloth said, “and C.J. Chatman played a heck of a game. We showed up tonight.”

Cathedral 18, St. Aloysius 35

VICKSBURG — Cathedral dropped their road game 35-18 to St. Aloysius in a downpour Friday night, but head football coach Chuck Darbonne said the Green Wave is looking ahead to playoffs.

The Green Wave will host (most likely) Winston Academy in the first round of Midsouth Association of Independent Schools District 2-4A playoffs, Darbonne said.

Cathedral, 7-3, finished sixth seed and Winston Academy is 11th seed.

“It’s a big improvement,” Darbonne said. “I’m proud of how our season ended.”

As for Friday night’s loss to St. Aloysius, Darbonne said the rain and mud made for a sloppy game with too many turnovers.

“There was a lot of turnovers on both sides, with sloppy technique in first half,” Darbonne said. “We had a sloppy turnover with three minutes left and they punched that in. In the second half, we couldn’t cut the deficit got further behind. We played really well second half.”

Bryson Moore scored two rushing touchdowns for Cathedral and J.C. Harris scored one.

Ferriday 58, Mangham 6

MANGHAM — Ferriday traveled to Mangham and brought home a rain soaked 58-6 victory Friday night.

The Trojans’ Byron Milligan had a standout night, said coach Stanley Smith, as did Kobe Dillon.

“We didn’t throw the ball but four or five times tonight,” Smith said. “It was raining the whole time. We came out physical in mind and attitude and brought the fight out tonight.”

Ferriday is now 4-0 in district and 7-1 overall.

On Friday, Ferriday will host Dehi Charter for homecoming.

WCCA 55, Claiborne Academy 38

WOODVILLE — Roderick Bailey led Wilkinson County Christian Academy in Friday’s 55-38 victory over Claiborne Academy. Bailey had 19 carries for 126 yards and three touchdowns.

WCCA’s Cane Lanehart and nine carries for 74 yards and one touchdown and R.J. Fisher had five carries for 70 yards. Fisher also caught all three passes thrown to him for 91 yards and one touchdown.

On defense, Fisher had nine tackles and one sack and a fumble recovery. Hunter Gaines had nine tackles and Bailey had eight tackles.

WCCA, now 8-2 overall and 2-0 in the district, travels to Prentiss next week.

In other Friday night prep football games:

*Cedar Creek 40, Sicily Island 6

*Centreville Academy 32, Newton County Academy 0

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