Mississippi high school football scoreboard: Nov. 2

Published 1:53 am Friday, November 3, 2023

Thursday’s scores
Biloxi 35, D’Iberville 0
Brandon 27, Northwest Rankin 10
Brookhaven 29, Natchez 14
Center Hill 40, Saltillo 25
Clarksdale 32, Pontotoc 0
Cleveland Central 27, Yazoo City 14
East Central 21, Stone 20
George County 43, Pascagoula 40
Gulfport 49, Harrison Central 7
Holmes County Central 39, Canton 14
Lafayette 28, Corinth 14
Laurel 48, Gautier 30
Lewisburg 14, DeSoto Central 7
Madison Central 35, Clinton 3
Neshoba Central 16, Callaway 8
Oak Grove 48, Petal 21
Ocean Springs 41, St. Martin 0
Olive Branch 28, Lake Cormorant 6
Oxford 42, Hernando 6
Pearl 21, Meridian 0
Picayune 49, Hancock 21
South Jones 33, North Pike 28
South Panola 28, Grenada 7
Terry 55, Forest Hill 0
Tupelo 36, Starkville 6
Vancleave 38, Wayne County 35
Warren Central 41, Columbus 6
West Harrison 41, Long Beach 0
West Jones 37, Hattiesburg 7
West Point 56, New Hope 0

MHSAA playoffs schedule
First round – Nov. 10
Class 7A
Germantown at Oxford
Southaven at Starkville
DeSoto Central at Tupelo
Madison Central at Lewisburg
Harrison Central at Brandon
Pearl at Gulfport
Meridian at Ocean Springs
Biloxi at Oak Grove

Class 6A
Vicksburg at Grenada
Saltillo at Warren Central
Callaway at South Panola
Center Hill at Neshoba Central
Hancock at West Jones
Terry at George County
Forest Hill at Picayune
Pascagoula at Hattiesburg

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Class 5A
Cleveland Central at Clarksdale
Lafayette at Canton
Corinth at Holmes County Central
Gentry at West Point
Wayne County at Florence
Natchez at Gautier
TBA at Laurel
Vancleave at Brookhaven

About Ernest Bowker

Ernest Bowker is The Vicksburg Post's sports editor. He has been a member of The Vicksburg Post's sports staff since 1998, making him one of the longest-tenured reporters in the paper's 140-year history. The New Jersey native is a graduate of LSU. In his career, he has won more than 50 awards from the Mississippi Press Association and Associated Press for his coverage of local sports in Vicksburg.

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