Hawks defeat Biloxi 41-35 The Hancock Hawks on Friday clinched their first winning season since 2002 with a 41-35 victory over the homesteading Biloxi Indians.
More importantly, the Hawks kept their playoff hopes alive headed into next week when they play a regular-season finale against Harrison Central.
"This program has come from about as far down as you can come," Hawks Head Coach Rocky Gaudin said. "All the credit goes to the kids and the coaches. We have worked hard all year and they deserve this."
Friday's game was dominated by offense, but it was Hancock's defense which came up with some crucial plays at the end of the game. Oct 31, 2014, 23:47
Rocks plunder Pirates 49-14 The St. Stanislaus Rock-a-chaws plundered the Pass Christian Pirates 49-14 on Halloween night 'between the walls' at the Brother Philip Memorial Athletic Complex. The win gives the Rocks a 9-1 overall record and 4-1 mark in Division 8-4A while the Pirates finish the 2014 season 2-8 overall and 0-5 in the division.
The Rocks' defense stopped the Pirates on the opening possession of the game. SSC took over at midfield following the punt. Myles Brennan was 5-for-6 passing on the drive with the final aerial connecting with Owen Betz for a 38-yard touchdown with 9:33 left in the first quarter. Patrick McRaney converted on the PAT to make the score 7-0. Oct 31, 2014, 23:46
Tigers’ season ends with 29-13 loss to Moss Point The Bay High Tigers' efforts to extend their season by winning their homecoming game against Moss Point last night by at least nine points came up short.
The visiting Tigers ended Bay High's season with a 29-13 win, and they are headed to a first-round playoff game next Friday night.
Bay High took an early lead but failed to put points on the board when they had great field position twice in the first half.
Bay High capped the game's opening drive with a 36-yard Mark Johnson field goal kick midway through the first quarter. The Tigers' defense gave up a 33-yard pass play to Moss Point, but then denied the visitors another first down on four snaps. Oct 31, 2014, 23:45
JCJC hosts MACJC/Region 23 Soccer Tournament this weekend ones County Junior College will serve as the host site for the 2014 MACJC/Region 23 Soccer Tournament this weekend.
There will be four games on Saturday at Bobcat Soccer Field, followed by the two championship games on Sunday afternoon. Oct 31, 2014, 09:43
Furlan scores twice as Lady Cats win in quarterfinals In Tuesday’s women’s quarterfinal win over East Central, Pearl River led 2-0 at the half off goals by Hailey Furlan of Bay High and Morgan Saucier of West Harrison High, while Amber Dye of West Harrison High scored the Lady Wildcats’ first goal of the second half followed by a second score by Furlan. Oct 29, 2014, 10:02
Bobcats fall to Co-Lin in regular season finale WESSON – The 2014 football season is over for the Jones County Junior College Bobcats.
The 12th-ranked Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves piled up 598 yards and defeated the Bobcats 40-28 here Thursday night at Stone Stadium.
The loss knocks the Bobcats out of playoff contention. JCJC ends the year at 5-4 overall, 3-3 in the MACJC South Division. Oct 27, 2014, 11:26
Hancock’s Chase Fagan scores a touchdown in the third quarter Friday night in the Hawks’ win against the top-ranked Hattiesburg Tigers.
The Hancock Hawks on Friday proved that last week's upset victory over D'Iberville was no fluke.
The Hawks (5-4) stunned the Region 4-6A leading Hattiesburg Tigers 37-35 in a thrilling Homecoming win at Brett Favre Field.
"Without question, these are the two best back-to-back performances I have ever had the pleasure of coaching," Hancock Head Coach Rocky Gaudin said. "All of the credit goes to the kids. Our team played hard and they played with character."
Hawks senior quarterback Chase Fagan led the way Friday rushing for 152 yards, scoring three touchdowns and passing for 197 yards.
Michael Scardino added 110 yards and two scores. Oct 25, 2014, 01:04
Photo by Richard Gleber Stanislaus’s Evan Lundgren's 90 yard kickoff return for a touchdown.
The St. Stanislaus Rock-a-chaws got back on the winning track Friday night with a 27-25 road win over the Moss Point Tigers.
SSC had to come from behind in the fourth quarter to secure the win.
SSC head coach Bill Conides commented, "We have to correct the fundamentals of blocking and tackling. This is not where we want to be heading into the final week of the regular season. We have a tough game against Pass Christian and we expect to get their very best. We have to correct ourselves if we want to get to round one of the post season. It is technique not scheme."
SSC did not light the scoreboard up until their fourth possession of the first half. Myles Brennan hit Evan Lundgren for a 26-yard scoring toss with 7:24 left in the half. The two-point conversion failed leaving the score 6-0. Oct 25, 2014, 01:02