Baseball scoreboard – NY Renegades http://nyrenegades.com/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 18:27:34 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://nyrenegades.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/ny.png Baseball scoreboard – NY Renegades http://nyrenegades.com/ 32 32 Scoreboard/Lineup – Thursday, September 29 – PortageOnline.com https://nyrenegades.com/scoreboard-lineup-thursday-september-29-portageonline-com/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 11:08:56 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/scoreboard-lineup-thursday-september-29-portageonline-com/ Wednesday, September 28 WWAC College Volleyball BoysFort Richmond 3 PCI 0 (25-21, 25-10, 26-24) GirlsOak Park 3 PCI 0 (25-21, 25-11, 25-20) MJHLPortage 2 Winkler 1 (SW) WHLWinnipeg 6 Prince Albert 2 major league baseball American LeagueNew York 8 Toronto 3Cleveland 2 Tampa Bay 1 (10 innings)Detroit 2 Kansas City 1Boston 3 Baltimore 1Minnesota 8 […]]]>

Wednesday, September 28

WWAC College Volleyball

Boys
Fort Richmond 3 PCI 0 (25-21, 25-10, 26-24)

Girls
Oak Park 3 PCI 0 (25-21, 25-11, 25-20)

MJHL
Portage 2 Winkler 1 (SW)

WHL
Winnipeg 6 Prince Albert 2

major league baseball

American League
New York 8 Toronto 3
Cleveland 2 Tampa Bay 1 (10 innings)
Detroit 2 Kansas City 1
Boston 3 Baltimore 1
Minnesota 8 Chicago 4
Los Angeles 4 Oakland 1
Seattle 3 Texas 1

National League
Pittsburgh 4 Cincinnati 3 (10 innings)
Washington 3 Atlanta 2 (10 innings)
New York 5 Miami 4 (10 innings)
Chicago 4 Philadelphia 2
Milwaukee 5 St. Louis 1
Los Angeles 1 San Diego 0 (10 innings)
San Francisco 6 Colorado 3

Interleague
Arizona 5 Houston 2 (10 innings)

Thursday, September 29

AAAA College Football Division 2
Murdoch MacKay at Portage Collegiate, 4:30 p.m.

Soccer Zone 7

Boys
Minnedosa at MacGregor, 5:30 p.m.

MJHL
Portage to Virden, 7:30 p.m.
Niverville at Selkirk, 7:30 p.m.

NHL

Exposure
Winnipeg at Montreal, 6 p.m.

major league baseball

American League
Kansas City at Detroit, 12:10 p.m.
Chicago at Minnesota, 12:10 p.m.
Baltimore at Boston, 12:35 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Cleveland, 5:10 p.m.
Oakland at Los Angeles, 8:38 p.m.
Texas at Seattle, 8:40 p.m.

National League
Philadelphia at Chicago, 1:20 p.m.
Miami at Milwaukee, 6:40 p.m.
Los Angeles at San Diego, 8:40 p.m.
Colorado at San Francisco, 8:45 p.m.

NFL
Miami at Cincinnati, 7:15 p.m.

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Junction Deli Metro Jackson Player of the Week https://nyrenegades.com/junction-deli-metro-jackson-player-of-the-week/ Wed, 28 Sep 2022 15:19:35 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/junction-deli-metro-jackson-player-of-the-week/ Photo courtesy of Stephanie Carmichael By Robert Wilson Centerville Academy coach Bill Hurst is the most successful football coach in Mississippi history and has served as head coach since 1975. But Hurst has probably never seen an opposing player do what Central Hinds Academy senior Kent McArthur did on Friday night. The 5-foot-10, 165-pound McArthur […]]]>
Photo courtesy of Stephanie Carmichael

By Robert Wilson

Centerville Academy coach Bill Hurst is the most successful football coach in Mississippi history and has served as head coach since 1975.

But Hurst has probably never seen an opposing player do what Central Hinds Academy senior Kent McArthur did on Friday night.

The 5-foot-10, 165-pound McArthur intercepted three passes — returning two for touchdowns — and caught a touchdown pass to lead Central Hinds to a 37-6 victory over Centerville at Central Hinds in Raymond.

McArthur had interception returns of 100 and 65 yards for touchdowns, caught an 8-yard TD pass, made four tackles, threw an extra run attempt, and returned a punt for 12 yards.

For his outstanding performance, McArthur was named Junction Deli Metro Jackson Football Player of the Week.

McArthur made a diving interception at the Centerville 45 in the first quarter, then caught the TD pass to end that drive. He got his second interception and returned it 65 yards for a score in the second quarter. McArthur completed his third pass and returned it for 100 yards in the third quarter. In addition to making four tackles and returning a punt for 12 yards, McArthur was called upon to throw an extra run attempt and did so.

“He helped us early in the game with his diving interception and then finished it off with a nice touchdown take,” Central Hinds coach Lance Teasley said. “He made a great play and return for his 65-yard interception return and broke a lot of tackles to score. And he made another great play with his 100-yard interception return. We normally go for two, but we wanted to try an extra point, so someone suggested Kent and he went over there and cashed it in on the straight post. It was quite an evening for Kent. He is a super athlete and a good boy who worked hard. It was great to see him have a special night.

McArthur starts at wide receiver and cornerback and returns kickoffs and punts. He has 18 tackles, 3 for loss, 3 interceptions (two for touchdowns), 4 pass breakups, passed for a touchdown, caught a touchdown pass and threw an extra run for 4-2 Central Hinds this season.

McArthur didn’t play football as a freshman or sophomore, but came out last year as a junior and started as a wide receiver and cornerback. He finished the season with three interceptions and helped Central Hinds to an 8-3 record.

He also plays baseball, basketball, soccer and runs at Central Hinds.

Central Hinds host the Academy of Oak Forest, Louisiana in a MAIS Class 5A, District 3 game Friday night at Raymond.

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Sports Scoreboard Sunday September 25 | Radio GX94 https://nyrenegades.com/sports-scoreboard-sunday-september-25-radio-gx94/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 14:49:35 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/sports-scoreboard-sunday-september-25-radio-gx94/ Local Sports Sheet – Sun September 25 SJHL Showcase in Warman (2)Kindersley Klippers 1 v Ice Wolves of La Ronge 4 Nipawin Hawks 0 against Yorkton Terrier 3 ======= MJHL (4) Selkirk Steelers 4 @ Steinbach 5 SO PistonsOCN Blizzard 2 @ Winnipeg Blues 5Portage Terriers 2 @ Waywayseecappo Wolverines 5Niverville Knightshawks 2 @ Winnipeg […]]]>
Local Sports Sheet – Sun September 25

SJHL Showcase in Warman (2)
Kindersley Klippers 1 v Ice Wolves of La Ronge 4

Nipawin Hawks 0 against Yorkton Terrier 3

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MJHL (4)
Selkirk Steelers 4 @ Steinbach 5 SO Pistons
OCN Blizzard 2 @ Winnipeg Blues 5
Portage Terriers 2 @ Waywayseecappo Wolverines 5
Niverville Knightshawks 2 @ Winnipeg Frost 3

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PJHL Pre-Season (2)
Carrot River Thunder 1 @ Fort Knox 5

Saskatoon Westleys 2 @ Saskatoon Quakers 4

========Saskatchewan Men’s AAA Under-18 Hockey League (3)
Swift Current 3 @ Legionnaires Prince Albert Mintos 4
Hounds of Notre Dame 4
@ Saskatoon Contacts 1

Yorkton Maulers 1 @ Estevan Bear 3

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Saskatchewan Under-13 AA Hockey League

**Exposure**
Melville Millionaires 0 @ Yorkton Terrier 4 (at Kinsmen Arena)——–

Manitoba Under-18 AAA Men’s Hockey League (1)

Kenora Thistles 7 @ Norman Northstars 2

Winnipeg Wild 5 @ Parkland Rangers 4

=====Prairie Football Conference (2)
Regina Thunder 29
@ Winnipeg Rifles 23
Saskatoon Peaks 35 @Calgary Colts 17

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Senior Men’s Provincial Lacrosse Championship in Sturgis
Prince Albert Prairie Dogs 9 against Moose Jaw Tommy Guns 8

——–major league baseball
Toronto Blue Jays 7 @ Tampa Bay Rays 1

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GX94 sports dashboard – Sat. September 24 | Radio GX94 https://nyrenegades.com/gx94-sports-dashboard-sat-september-24-radio-gx94/ Sat, 24 Sep 2022 12:49:15 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/gx94-sports-dashboard-sat-september-24-radio-gx94/ SJHL (4)Melville Millionaires 3 @ Battleford North Stars 6Humboldt Broncos 7 @Melfort Mustangs 4 Ice Wolves of La Ronge 2 @ Flin Flon Bombers 1 SO Estevan Bruins 2 @ Weyburn Red Wings 9 ======= MJHL (5)Dolphin Kings 0 @ Swan Valley Stampeders 3Neepawa Titans 2 @ Virden Oil Capitals 6Winkler Flyers 3 @ Niverville […]]]>
SJHL (4)
Melville Millionaires 3 @ Battleford North Stars 6
Humboldt Broncos 7
@Melfort Mustangs 4

Ice Wolves of La Ronge 2 @ Flin Flon Bombers 1 SO

Estevan Bruins 2 @ Weyburn Red Wings 9

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MJHL (5)
Dolphin Kings 0 @ Swan Valley Stampeders 3
Neepawa Titans 2 @ Virden Oil Capitals 6
Winkler Flyers 3
@ Niverville Nighthawks 2

Winnipeg Blues 3 @ Selkirk Steelers 2
OCN Blizzard 2 @ Steinbach 4 pistons

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Indigenous Sports Academy Exhibition Series (2)

Hounds of Notre Dame 6 vs. Prairie Hockey Academy 5 TO

Pilot Mound Buffaloes 3 vs. Aboriginal Sports Academy Eagles 6

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Conference 3 Football at 9 in high school

Sacred Heart Saints of Yorkton 20 @ Fort Qu’Appelle Bison 79
Moss Lake Panthers 60 @Broadview Bandits 6

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Conference 2 Football at 9 in high school
Indian Head Broncs 19
@ Devils of Lumsden 12

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Conference 3 Football at 6 in high school
Wynyard 70 Golden Bear
@ Viking Viscounts 28
Kamsack Spartans 42 @ Lazers Lanigan 48=———Conference 4 Football at 6 in high school
Ituna Trojans 45
@ Southey Screaming Eagles 28

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Saskatchewan Men’s Under-18 AAA Hockey League (1)
Star Battlefords 3 @ Moose Jaw Warriors 4
Saskatoon Blazers 2 @ Regina Pat Canadians 1

**The Yorkton Maulers’ next game is Sunday night at 7:00 p.m. at the Estevan Bears.

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Canada West University Football
Saskatchewan Huskies 38
@ Alberta Golden Bear 16

Rams of Regina 21 @UBC Thunderbirds 13

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WHL (8)

**Opening night**
Red Deer Rebels 5
@ Edmonton Oil Kings 2
Saskatoon Blades 5 @ Prince Albert Adventurers 2
Moose Jaw Warriors 5 @Regina Pats 4
Calgary Hitmen 2 @ Swift Current Broncos 1
Portland Winterhawks 3 @ Kamloops Blazers 0
Tri-City Americans 1 @ Prince George Cougars 5
Spokane Chiefs 7
@ Victoria Royals 5
Seattle Thunderbirds 4 @ Vancouver Giants 3 SO

=====LFC (1)
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 16 @ Montreal Alouettes 23

major league baseball
Toronto Blue Jays 6 @ Tampa Bay Rays 10

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Thursday September 22 Sports Scoreboard | Radio GX94 https://nyrenegades.com/thursday-september-22-sports-scoreboard-radio-gx94/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 12:16:49 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/thursday-september-22-sports-scoreboard-radio-gx94/ Local Sports Sheet – Thu, September 22 Saskatchewan Men’s Under-18 AAA Hockey League (1)**Opening night**Yorkton Maulers 3 @ Estevan Bear 1 =——— Conference 3 9 – a High School Football side Melville’s Cobras 59 @ Esterhazy Warriors 8 ========= PJHL Pre-Season (1) Chefs Delisle 3 @ Saskatoon Royals 1 **The next game for Fort Knox […]]]>
Local Sports Sheet – Thu, September 22

Saskatchewan Men’s Under-18 AAA Hockey League (1)
**Opening night**
Yorkton Maulers 3
@ Estevan Bear 1

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Conference 3 9 – a High School Football side
Melville’s Cobras 59 @ Esterhazy Warriors 8

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PJHL Pre-Season (1)

Chefs Delisle 3 @ Saskatoon Royals 1

**The next game for Fort Knox is Saturday night and hosts the Pilot Butte Storm at 4:00 p.m. from Fort Rexentre.

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SJHL
**The next Melville Millionaires game is tomorrow night (Friday) visiting the Battlefords North Stars. GX94 will broadcast the game with the pre-game show starting at 7:20 p.m. and kick-off at 7:30 p.m.

** The Yorkton Terriers’ next game is at the SJHL Showcase in Warman on Sunday night against the Nipawin Hawks. GX94 will broadcast the game with Legacy Co-op Terriers hockey, the pre-game show will start at 7:20 p.m. and kick off at 7:30 p.m. from the Legends Center.

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MJHL

** The next Swan Valley Stampeders game is tomorrow (Friday) night and hosts the Dauphin Kings.

** The Waywayseecappo Wolverines return to action on Saturday visiting the Portage Terriers at Stride Place
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major league baseball
Toronto Blue Jays 5 @ Tampa Bay Rays 10

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NFL (1)
**Thursday Night Football**
Pittsburgh Steelers 17 @ Cleveland Browns 29

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Scoreboard/Lineup – Thursday, September 22 – PortageOnline.com https://nyrenegades.com/scoreboard-lineup-thursday-september-22-portageonline-com/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 11:10:35 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/scoreboard-lineup-thursday-september-22-portageonline-com/ Wednesday September 21 – scores Women’s varsity volleyballMiami defeated Elm Creek 3-0 MJHLNiverville 5 Winkler 1Steinbach 4 Wpg Gel 2 major league baseball InterleaguePhiladelphia 4 Toronto 3 (10 innings)Cincinnati 5Boston 1New York Yankees 14 Pittsburgh 2 American LeagueHouston 5 Tampa Bay 2Baltimore 8 Detroit 1Texas 7 Los Angeles 2Cleveland 8 Chicago 2Kansas City 5 Minnesota […]]]>

Wednesday September 21 – scores

Women’s varsity volleyball
Miami defeated Elm Creek 3-0

MJHL
Niverville 5 Winkler 1
Steinbach 4 Wpg Gel 2

major league baseball

Interleague
Philadelphia 4 Toronto 3 (10 innings)
Cincinnati 5Boston 1
New York Yankees 14 Pittsburgh 2

American League
Houston 5 Tampa Bay 2
Baltimore 8 Detroit 1
Texas 7 Los Angeles 2
Cleveland 8 Chicago 2
Kansas City 5 Minnesota 2
Oakland 2 Seattle 1

National League
Washington 3 Atlanta 2
Milwaukee 6 New York 0
Chicago 4 Miami 3
San Francisco 6 Colorado 1
San Diego 1 St. Louis 0
Arizona 6 Los Angeles 1

Thursday, September 22 – programming

Boys college football
Miles Macdonell vs. Portage Collegiate, 4:30 p.m.

Soccer Zone 7

Girls
MacGregor at Minnedosa, 5 p.m.

Boys
MacGregor at Minnedosa, 5:30 p.m.

major league baseball

American League
Los Angeles at Texas, 1:05 p.m.
Minnesota at Kansas City, 1:10 p.m.
Seattle at Oakland, 2:37 p.m.
Toronto at Tampa Bay, 5:40 p.m.
Houston at Baltimore, 6:05 p.m.
Boston at New York, 6:15 p.m.
Cleveland at Chicago, 7:10 p.m.

National League
San Francisco at Colorado, 2:10 p.m.
St. Louis at San Diego, 3:10 p.m.
Chicago at Pittsburgh, 5:35 p.m.
Milwaukee at Cincinnati, 5:40 p.m.
Atlanta at Philadelphia, 6:15 p.m.
Arizona at Los Angeles, 9:10 p.m.

NFL
Pittsburgh at Cleveland, 7:15 p.m.

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Notice Board/Schedule – September 20 – PortageOnline.com https://nyrenegades.com/notice-board-schedule-september-20-portageonline-com/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 11:10:31 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/notice-board-schedule-september-20-portageonline-com/ Monday, September 19 – sheet music major league baseball American LeagueCleveland 11 Minnesota 4Seattle 9 Los Angeles 1Houston 4 Tampa Bay 0Detroit 11 Baltimore 0 National LeagueMiami 10 Chicago 3Atlanta 5 Washington 2New York 7 Milwaukee 2San Francisco 10 Colorado 7Los Angeles 5 Arizona 2 NFLBuffalo 41 Tennessee 7Philadelphia 24 Minnesota 7 Tuesday, September 20 […]]]>

Monday, September 19 – sheet music

major league baseball

American League
Cleveland 11 Minnesota 4
Seattle 9 Los Angeles 1
Houston 4 Tampa Bay 0
Detroit 11 Baltimore 0

National League
Miami 10 Chicago 3
Atlanta 5 Washington 2
New York 7 Milwaukee 2
San Francisco 10 Colorado 7
Los Angeles 5 Arizona 2

NFL
Buffalo 41 Tennessee 7
Philadelphia 24 Minnesota 7

Tuesday, September 20 – program

Zone 7 High School Soccer

Girls
Neepawa at MacGregor, 5 p.m.

MJHL
Dolphin at OCN, 7 p.m.
Swan Valley at Neepawa, 7:30 p.m.

major league baseball

Interleague
Boston at Cincinnati, 5:40 p.m.
Toronto at Philadelphia, 5:45 p.m.
Pittsburgh vs. NY Yankees, 6:05 p.m.

American League
Houston at Tampa Bay, 5:40 p.m.
Detroit at Baltimore, 6:05 p.m.
Los Angeles at Texas, 7:05 p.m.
Cleveland at Chicago, 7:10 p.m.
Minnesota at Kansas City, 7:10 p.m.
Seattle at Oakland, 8:40 p.m.

National League
Arizona to Los Angeles, d/h 2:10 p.m.
Chicago at Miami, 5:40 p.m.
Washington at Atlanta, 6:20 p.m.
New York at Milwaukee, 6:40 p.m.
San Francisco at Colorado, 7:40 p.m.
St. Louis at San Diego, 8:40 p.m.

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September 16/22 Bayshore Broadcasting Dashboard https://nyrenegades.com/september-16-22-bayshore-broadcasting-dashboard/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 09:54:32 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/september-16-22-bayshore-broadcasting-dashboard/ Kansas City Chiefs Logo major league baseball Tampa Bay Rays 11 Toronto Blue Jays 0 Chicago White Sox 8 Cleveland Goalies 2Houston Astros 5 Oakland Athletics 2Minnesota Twins 3 Kansas City Royals 2New York Mets 7 Pittsburgh Pirates 1Miami Marlins 5 Philadelphia Phillies 3Cincinnati Reds 3 St. Louis Cardinals 2Arizona Diamondbacks 4 San Diego […]]]>

Kansas City Chiefs Logo

major league baseball

Tampa Bay Rays 11 Toronto Blue Jays 0

Chicago White Sox 8 Cleveland Goalies 2
Houston Astros 5 Oakland Athletics 2
Minnesota Twins 3 Kansas City Royals 2
New York Mets 7 Pittsburgh Pirates 1
Miami Marlins 5 Philadelphia Phillies 3
Cincinnati Reds 3 St. Louis Cardinals 2
Arizona Diamondbacks 4 San Diego Padres 0

National Football League

AFC West

Kansas City Chiefs 27 LA Chargers 24

Fortinet PGA Championship

at Silverado Resort and Spa, Napa, CA

Justin Lower has a 2-stroke lead.

Lower shot a 9 under 63 in the first round

Nick Taylor had a 67 and was the bottom Canadian

Taylor is tied for 6th.

Listowel’s Corey Conners was 2 under in round one and tied in 35th

LPGA Portland Classic

Ayako Uehara leads the field at 7 under par after shooting a 65 in the first round

Hamilton’s Alena Sharp was the weak Canadian after shooting a 68

Sharp is tied for 7th, 3 shots behind the leader

Davis Cup Tennis

Serbia 2 South Korea 1
United States 2 Kazakhstan 1
Australia 2 France 1
Croatia 2 Sweden 1

Carruthers Division of the PJHL

Opening of the season

Schomberg’s Cougars 5 Orillia Burrows 1

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Pick ’em at PriorityOne Bank High School https://nyrenegades.com/pick-em-at-priorityone-bank-high-school/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 14:34:02 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/pick-em-at-priorityone-bank-high-school/ Veteran sportswriter and high school football expert Robert Wilson makes PriorityOne Bank’s predictions column each week during high school football season on teams from Hinds, Madison and Rankin County. Robert was 19-8 (70.4%) last week and 72-20 (78.3%) overall this season. By Robert Wilson MRA (3-2) at Jackson Academy (4-0) Alabama native and former Alabama […]]]>

Veteran sportswriter and high school football expert Robert Wilson makes PriorityOne Bank’s predictions column each week during high school football season on teams from Hinds, Madison and Rankin County. Robert was 19-8 (70.4%) last week and 72-20 (78.3%) overall this season.

By Robert Wilson

MRA (3-2) at Jackson Academy (4-0)

Alabama native and former Alabama high school coach Aubrey Blackwell has a perfect record after a month of games as high school head coach in Mississippi. BUT Class 6A JA won all four games, two in overtime, against smaller opponents – three 5A teams, Starkville Academy, Leake Academy and Madison St. Joseph, and one 4A team, Winston Academy.

JA and Blackwell have moved up several notches in competition this week with the three-time defending champion BUT 6A from Madison-Ridgeland Academy in the first conference game of the season.

MRA has dominated JA for the past few years, winning seven in a row and nine of the last 10 encounters. And most of them haven’t been close, winning by scores of 35-7 and 52-14 (2021), 41-14 (2020), 48-7 (2019) and 41-6 (2018) in the last six meetings. . Only a 20-10 MRA victory in 2020 was closer.

MRA looks to be as good as it was last season. Despite losing PriorityOne Bank Metro Player of the Year Jackson Davis Dalton (now playing at Southern Miss) and Under Armor All-American Stone Blanton (now playing at South Carolina) at graduation, the Patriots are the favorites to win their fourth straight 6A state title. .

Junior quarterback and Southern Miss commitment John White — a member of the PriorityOne Bank Metro Jackson Preseason Elite 11 team — has had a solid season so far (1,056 yards and 13 touchdowns and just two interceptions) and the emergence of junior running back Charles Simpson (a total of 469 rushing and receiving yards and eight touchdowns) helped the high-scoring offense. Senior linebacker Bennett Cloud has a team record 61 tackles. Senior defensive lineman Alex Hillhouse has a team record five sacks. Second-year defensive back Matthew Perkins has a team high with two interceptions.

MRA has been successful despite losing two key players to injury, senior tight end Pax Hughes (ankle) and senior linebacker Jeffrey Polk (knee), earlier this season.

JA finally launched their offense last week in their win over St. Joe. Senior quarterback Clayton White threw his first two touchdown passes of the season. Senior Merritt Nations went from wide receiver to running back and drove in for 101 yards and two touchdowns. Junior wide receiver and Terry High transfer Dr. Terry caught a TD pass in his first game at JA. The Raider defense has been solid all season, led by senior linebacker Adam Kennedy and a talented group of defensive backs.

MRA has the big scheduling advantage, with its two losses to defending champions Oakland State of Tennessee and Pulaski Academy of Arkansas, so the Patriots are ready for Game 6A opener.

MRA 35, JA 14.

Ridgeland (3-0) at Provine (2-1), North Jackson Field

Ridgeland’s sophomore sensation and transfer Brandon Garrison Davis and senior Elite 11 member and Ole Miss commitment Ayden Williams have created a dynamic combo that has been hard to slow down this season. Davis — the pro-style quarterback ranked No. 3 in Mississippi and No. 60 in the nation in the Class of 2025 by qbhitlist.com — has completed 63.8% of his passes for 1,022 yards and 11 touchdowns with just two interceptions this season. Davis passed for 536 yards and five touchdowns two weeks ago against Pearl. Davis ranks No. 2 at Mississippi in passing yards according to MaxPreps.

Williams, ranked No. 1 wide receiver in Mississippi and No. 24 in the nation by 247 Sports, caught 21 passes for 481 yards and five touchdowns. He caught seven passes for 255 yards and three touchdowns against Pearl. Williams received offers from eight SEC schools before choosing Ole Miss in August.

Provine is led by senior linebacker and Elite 11 member Tommy Kelly Jr., son of former Provine, Hinds Community College, Mississippi State and 11-year veteran NFL defensive lineman Tommy Kelly Sr., who is now the defensive coordinator and defensive line coach at Provinciale. Kelly has 31 tackles this season. He had a team-high 134 tackles in nine games, an average of nearly 15 tackles per game, last season. His 14.9 tackles average was the second-highest in Mississippi last season, according to MaxPreps.

Davis’ father, Shaun Davis, was an assistant coach at Provine before joining Teddy Dyess’ team at Ridgeland this season.

Provine lost its first game of the season to undefeated Callaway 22-14 in double overtime last week. The Rams were driving for the go-ahead in regulation, but running back Brandon Jones was injured and the drive stalled. Provine was not expected to score in either overtime. Jones, who also plays linebacker, is questionable this week.

Ridgeland will drop to 2-0 in MHSAA Class 5A, Region 2 play and Provine will drop to 0-2.

Ridgeland 28, Province 7.

Parklane (4-0) at Jackson Prep (4-0)

Longtime MAIS football fans will remember the huge rivalry in the late 1980s and early 1990s. In fact, Parklane won more state titles (five to Prep’s three) from 1986 to 1994. MAIS Hall of Fame coach Charlie Newlon, who won 195 games from 1982 to 2007, led Parklane to all those state titles and successes.

But Parklane has lost to Prep 28 straight since 1995, including two losses last season (42-13 in the regular season and 55-13 in the playoffs). Most of those losses weren’t close. Only once in the last 20 years has Parklane got fewer than three Prep touchdowns (a 31-28 double-overtime loss to Parklane in 2019). Parklane hasn’t won a conference game since 2018. This is the first conference game – BUT Class 6A – for both teams.

But there is new optimism at the BUT school of McComb under coach Ron Rushing, in his second year as head coach at Parklane. The Pioneers have won their first four games for the first time since 2007 and have already won one game more than all of last season. Rushing knows how to win, winning a state championship at Cathedral in 2014. He also coached at Brookhaven Academy before coming to Parklane.

Parklane started 17 sophomores last season and Rushing is a year and a half into a strength program he said helps improve his team. Talented players like wide receiver Brewer Carruth and linebackers Walker Anderson and Chris Burton are back. Several of the players who were stars during the heyday of Parklane football in the late 1980s and early 1990s have sons in this team (names like Carruth, Rushing and Albritton feature on the list). In addition to those 17 returnees, Parklane has added a few talented transfers to the squad: quarterback Amarien Jefferson and safety Marcus Briggs (both from Tylertown), 6-foot-3, 230-pound linebacker Zed Washington (South Pike) and defensive back Jadarrion Hammond (Salem). Jefferson passed for 2,439 yards and 33 touchdowns to lead Tylertown to a 12-1 record and the MHSAA Class 3A quarterfinals last season. Washington led Class 4A South Pike with 14 tackles for loss last season.

The prep is enjoying its own resurgence this season under freshman head coach Doug Goodwin, who came to the prep after a successful career coaching high school football in Alabama for nearly three decades. He replaced Tyler Turner, who resigned in January after an 8-5 record, the most Prep losses since 1970, the school’s freshman year. Turner replaced former National High School Football Coach of the Year and Mississippi Hall of Famer Ricky Black, who surprisingly resigned two years ago after 24 successful years and 13 state championships in Prep.

Goodwin served as a special teams analyst for the past two seasons at Ole Miss and held various coaching positions, including director of high school relations, at Auburn from 2014-2019. He had a 234-91 record , a 72% winning percentage, in 27 seasons as a high school coach in Alabama in Marion County, Lineville, Demopolis, Russellville and Homewood from 1987 to 2013. In 2008, Goodwin became the first coach in the history of Alabama to take three different teams to a state championship game. He led his teams to 14 state and regional championships, 21 state playoff appearances, five state championship appearances, and one state championship. Goodwin was named Alabama Football Coaches Association Coach of the Year in 2008 and elected to the AHSAA Sports Hall of Fame in 2015.

Senior prep quarterback Paxton Thompson passed for 821 yards and 11 touchdowns with just three interceptions. His main target is senior wide receiver Will Upton, who caught 19 passes for 414 yards and seven touchdowns. Upton is also a dangerous returner with 146 yards, including an average of 14.2 yards on punt returns.

Longtime prep assistant coach Nick Brewer is back in his role as defensive coordinator and the Patriots have allowed just five touchdowns and created five turnovers. Senior linebacker Duncan Mathews might be the best pound-for-pound player in BUT. The 5-foot-7, 160-pound Mathews — a baseball commitment from southern Alabama — has a team-high 33 tackles, eight for losses, and has two sacks.

Preparation 28, Parklane 14.

In other games (bold winning team):

Jim Hill (0-2-1) at Florence (3-0) (Thursday)

Callaway (3-0) in Guangzhou (1-2)

Cathedral (1-3) to Pisgah (1-2)

Central hinds (3-1) at Riverfield, Louisiana (2-2)

Charleston (1-2) at Pelahatchie (0-3)

Christian Clinton (4-1) at Benton Academy (0-4)

Discovery Christian (0-4) at Christian Collegiate (2-2)

East Rankin Academy (1-3) at Ethel (2-1)

Germantown (2-1) at Gulfport (2-1)

Hartfield Academy (2-1) at Bayou Academy (3-1)

Christian Hillcrest (2-2) at Russell Christian (4-0)

Lanyard (0-3) to Hancock (2-1)

McLaurin (0-3) at Lincoln West (0-3)

Murra (0-3) at Port Gibson (1-1-1)

Pearl (1-2) in Biloxi (1-1)

Poplarville (2-1) to Terry (3-0)

Raymond (1-1) at Yazoo County (2-1)

Richmond (2-1) at Franklin County (2-1)

Richton (1-2) at Puket (3-0)

St. Andrew’s (1-2) at Mc Adams (0-3)

Tri-County Academy (4-0) at Madison St. Joseph (2-2)

Velma Jackson (0-3) at Yazoo City (0-3)

Victoria (1-2) at Forest Hill (0-3) South Jackson Field

Wingfield (0-2) at West Jones (1-1)

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Regional Sports Bulletin Board | Local News https://nyrenegades.com/regional-sports-bulletin-board-local-news/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 14:14:00 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/regional-sports-bulletin-board-local-news/ Tuesday’s regional results Soft ball Tuttle 6-6, Woodward 0-0; Arnett 11, Fargo-Gage/Fort Supply 0; Mooreland 17, Buffalo 2; Cherokee 5-4, Waynoka 2-3; Elk City 9, Leedey 5; Laverne 12, Forgan-Balko 0; Thomas 18, Okeene 1; Seiling 7, Vici 6; Texhoma 16, Tyrone 8 Cache 10, Anadrko 0; Arapaho-Butler 4 Hammon 3; Binger-Oney 12, Fort Cobb-Broxton […]]]>

Tuesday’s regional results

Soft ball

Tuttle 6-6, Woodward 0-0; Arnett 11, Fargo-Gage/Fort Supply 0; Mooreland 17, Buffalo 2; Cherokee 5-4, Waynoka 2-3; Elk City 9, Leedey 5; Laverne 12, Forgan-Balko 0; Thomas 18, Okeene 1; Seiling 7, Vici 6; Texhoma 16, Tyrone 8

Cache 10, Anadrko 0; Arapaho-Butler 4 Hammon 3; Binger-Oney 12, Fort Cobb-Broxton 0; Sentinel 14, Blair 0; Apache 10, Watonga 0; Drummond 25, Cimarron 23; Weatherford 14, Clinton 0; Merritt 8-14, Cordell 0-0; Covington-Douglas 10, Oilton 6; Crescent 4, Hennessey 1

Pioneer 16, Dover 4; Elgin 11-9, Kingfisher 1-8; Enid 16-23, Tulsa Memorial 0-3; Hinton 11, Fairview 1; Hooker 7, Turpin 2; Mountain View-Gotebo 2, Hydro-Eakly 1; Kremlin-Hillsdale 8, Ringwood 0; Lookeba-Sickles 3, Navajo 0; Mangum 18-14, Frederic 1-4; Medford 32, OBA 19; Waukomis 9, Okarche 3; Pond Creek-Hunter 17, Timberlake 15

Baseball

Canute 3, Arapaho-Butler 2; Cheyenne-Reydon 17, Erick 5; Fargo-Gage/Fort Supply 14, Cimarron 2

Volleyball

Blanchard won. Clinton, 25-16, 25-15, 25-21; Piedmont beats. Enid, 25-16, 25-17, 25-23; Indiahoma defeats Taloga, 25-12, 25-14

Monday’s regional results

Soft ball

Weatherford 11, Woodward 1; Alva 2, Chisholm 0; Arapaho-Butler 7, Canute 2; Tyrone 9, Buffalo 5; Crate 12, Pawnee 7; Cherokee 5, Woodward JV 3; Hammon 7, Cheyenne-Reydon 3; Elk City 15, Clinton 4; Covington-Douglas 7, Dover 3

Crescent 14, Tonkawa 6; Mulhall-Orlando 14, Drummond 3; Pioneer 17, Fairview 7; Morrison 11, Hennessy 0; Merritt 11, Hobart 5; Laverne 5, Hooker 0; Shattuck 12, Leedey 2; Seiling 5, Mooreand 3; Waynoka 13, Oklahoma Bible Academy 3; Ringwood 12, Timberlake 5; Texhoma 9, Turpin 5; Watonga 6, Thomas 1; Waukomis 10, Fargo-Gage/Fort Supply 2

Baseball

Binger-Oney 3, Cheyenne-Reydon 1; Vici 12, Fargo-Gage/Fort Supply 2; Leedey 5, Hammon 4

Volleyball

The Corn Bible Academy won. Eric, 25-15, 25-8, 25-17

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