Both offenses were in high gear Friday night at Potts Camp.
Photo by DeMill DixonByhalia quarterback DeQuan Moore slips between three Center Hill Mustangs to pick up some yardage Friday night.
Photo by Bob Bakken/DeSoto Times-TribuneIn memory of their teammate, Dennis Mitchell (66), carrying his uniform in pre-game Friday night are Indians DeQuan Moore (far left), Antonio Gorman (40), Jeremiah Seals (12), Kenyatte Newson (58) and Makylan Pounders (56).
The Byhalia Indians played with heavy hearts Friday night and did so with “great effort,” head coach John Danley said.
Photo by Theresa Bolden DevorePhillip Parks (5) tries to pull away from an Eagle. In back is Brady Jeanes (78). Parks ran for 339 yards in the victory.
It took three hours and eight minutes but Marshall Academy exited Tippah County with a win Friday night.
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Holly Springs, utilizing a balanced offensive attack, cruised to a 45-6 win over Ashland Friday night.