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Page 4 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, September 10, 2015 rops (La.) Throw Wildcats For The Zachary High start and was up only 8-0 School (La3 Broncos visited after one quarter of play be- the Wilkinson County High fore putting up 21 points in School Wildcats on Friday the second quarter to take night, September 4. a 29-6 lead at the break. After a close start the Wilkinson County, howev- Broncos exploded for 48 ery, would not fold the tent points over the second and or lay down for Zachary. third quarters to take out The third quarter saw a the host Cats by a margin whole lot of offense and not of 56-34 in a non-conference much defense from either contest, team. The Broncos man- Even though this was aged to score 27 points, but the third game of the sea- the Wildcats were not far son for the WCHS Wildcats, behind with 20 points. it was the season-opener for Still, Zachary had a size- Zachary. The Broncos came able lead at 56-26 heading into the game ranked No. into the fourth quarter. 5 in the I~usiana Sports The Wildcats were so worn Writers Association pre- down from trying to rally season Class 5A poll. back from a big halffime And their depth and deficit that they only scored experience paid off, even eight points in the fourth though the Wildcats played quarter. better offensively in the sec- WCHS (2-1), plays host ond half. to North Pike at 7 p.m. on Zachary got off to a slow Friday, September 11. CORRECTION The headline on the tor Andy Lewis pulled up football game story in the the WCHS football story Thursday, September 3, from theAugust 28 edition 2015, edition of The Wood- which .was the report on ville Republican was wrong, the WCHS/Natchez game, but the information in the moved the story to this in the game summary told week's edition to use the the real story, three-column layout for this The headline should week's paper and pasted have said, "WCHS Wildcats this week's story in to the Light Up Amite County" layout but failed to update instead of"WCHS Wildcats the headline. Edge Natchez High Bull- We apologize to the Wild- clogs 33-27." cat family and followers for What happened is Edi- this mistake. Fish Now Is The Time For Stocking CHANNEL CATFISH BLUEGILL (Regular & Hybrid) REDEAR LARGEMOUTH BASS BLACK CRAPPIE (If Available) KOI (If Available) 6-11" GRASS CARP FATHEAD MINNOWS Wilkinson County Co-Op in Woodville, MS Wednesday, Sept. 16, from 8 a.m. until 9 a.m. TO PRE-ORDER CALL Find u~On Arkansas Pondstockers Facebook 1-870-578-9773 WALK-UPS WELCOME The MAIS 2A Wilkinson County Christian Academy Rams had little problem con- trolling the rushing attack of the 3A Ben's Ford Christian School Eagles' as they held the host eleven to -21 yards. But the Eagles' passing at- tack was another matter as BFCS quarterback Daniel Pit- tman had a hand in all six of the Eagles' touchdowns as rallied in the second half to stun the Rams 40-36 on Fri- day night, September 4, in Bogalousa, La. Pittman completed 14 of 29 passes for 385 yards and five touchdowns, and had a 5-yard TD run late in the first quarter. Three of his touchdowns went to Deonte Fernandez, two of them in the final 5:32 of the third quarter when it looked like WCCA had seized control of the game after bat- tling back from a 20-8 deficit to take a 28-20 lead. WCCA's Caleb Poole was instrumental in the Rams' own rally as he had a sev- en-yard touchdown run with 8:1"7 to go in the second quar- ter, and a 72-yard punt return for a touchdown in the third quarter. WCCA's Phillip Cutrer threw two touchdown passes, but he also threw two inter- ceptions. WCCA put the first points on the scoreboard in the non- conference game wher~ run- ning back Kyle Folds raced 23 yards for a TD at 8:19 in the first quarter. Cutrer ran the PAT attempt for the 8-0 lead. BFCS responded with a 40-yard pass from Pittman to Fernandez for the TD. Pitt- man connected with Ashton Hines on the PAT pass to tie the contest at 8-8. BF took the lead with :02 in the quarter on Pittman's TD run. The PAT run was no good, and the score was 14-8 at this point. Following a 17-yard sack by WCCA's Sam Nicholas, the Eagles found themselves fac- ing second and long at the BF 21. Pittman found an open Fernandez for a 79-yard TD and a 20-8 lead. Poole's 7-yard TD and PAT conversion cut the lead at half to 20-16. LOOKING FOR HOLE -- Wilkinson on the play while quarterback Phil- County Christian Academy junior lip Cutrer, No. 4, looks on. WCCA running back Kyle Folds, No. 22 at lost the contest 40-36 to fall to (2-1) right, is shown looking for a hole in on the season. The MAIS 2A Rams the Ben's Ford Christian Academy will travel to Natchez on Friday, defensive unit. Folds led the Rams September 11, to face the 3A Adams in rushing with 115 yards on 14 car- County Christian School Rebels, (3- ries and a touchdown. WCCA's Drew 0). -- Woodville Republican Photo by Skinner, No. 35, is shown blocking Andy J. Lewis Early in the third quar- game tied at 34-a11. Poole collected 84 yards on 2 ter Cutrer hit wide receiver Early in the fourth quarter receptions and a TD. HutchHoldenona4-yardTD the Eagles took the lead again, Cutrer completed 6 of pass. The score was 22-20 af- this time on a 40-yard pass 18 passing attempts for 174 ter a failed PAT pass attempt, from Pittman to Caldwell. The yards and three TD's but was WCCA added to their lead failed PAT pass left the score intercepted twice. when Poole returned an Eagle at 40-34. On defense Holden. and punt 72 yards for the score. Midway through the quar- Kyle Folds led the team with The PAT kick failed leaving ter the Rams drove to the BF 7 tackles apiece. Drew Skin- the score at 28-20. 1, but a 10-yard penalty and a ner had 6 tackles, Tyler Butler On the first play after the sack loss of 7 yards moved the recorded 5, and Calob Reed, kickoff Pittman and Fernan- Rams out to the BF 18. The Nicholas and Hunter Burgess dez connected on a 53-yard TD Rams' had a scoring play end had 4 apiece. Recording sacks pass. The failed PAT left the in a fumble at the Eagle 3. The were Franks 1, Kevin Folds 1, score at 28-26. Ram defense forced a safety at Nicholas 2, Hunter Burgess 2 The Rams turned the ball :22 to m~tke the score 40-36. and Butler 1. over on downs after facing After the free kick theWCCA, (2-1), will travel to 4th and 3 at the BF 25. The Rams failed to score when Natchez to face ACCS, (3-0), Eagles drove down the field to an interception stopped the in a non-conference contest. score on a 12-yard pass from Rams' last ditch effort. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. PiOxnan to CoryCaldwell. The WCCA was led in offense PAT pass to Caldwell gave the by Kyle Folds with 115 yards WC BF Eagles a 34-28 lead with 1:35 rushing and a TD. He was fol- First Downs 12 9 on the clock, lowed by Stephen Franks with Rush Yds.173 -21 WCCA took the ball on the 66 yards on 6 attempts and PassYds. 174 385 kickoff at their 27 and prompt- Caleb Poole with 12 carries for Total Yds. 347 364 ly drove down the field to seore 9yardsandaTD. Passing 18/6/2 29/14/2 on a 42-yard pass from Cutrer Holden was the leading re- FtLm/I_~st 3/2 4/0 to Holden for the TD. The PAT ceiver with 92 yards on four Punting 4/36 4/31 kick was blocked leaving the catches and two TD's, and Penalties10/897/40 Newman Funeral Home 155 Cosby Street Centreville 645-5753 504 Main Street Woodville wants you to know- inate by David Owens PAT for a 16-0 lead. On the Tigers' next posses- Stone Reynolds was the ~ TylerCaston scored the Ti- sionThomasi'ehitCastonopen leading CA tackler with 7 CentreviUe Academy de- gers' next two touchdowns on in the left flat and the Tiger stops. Chris Jones had 6 stops, feated Brookhaven Academy rtms of 12 and 1 yards for a receiver raced 68 yards for and Netterville added 5 tack- 48-7 in a non-district game 30-0 halflSme lead. paydirtanda42-71ead, les. Wyatt Brabharn had an played at Brookhaven on Fri- Brookhaven scored early in The final Tiger score came interception. day night, September 4.the third period on William when Chad Jenkins returned CA will travel to Bogalousa, The win improved the Ti- King's 32-yard run. The point a Cougar fumble 48 yards for La., on Friday night, Septem- gem' record to (2-1), (0-0), and after kick was good to cut the the final points in the game to ber 18, to play Ben's Ford Brookhaven fell to (0-3). Tiger lead to 30-7. give CA a 48-7 win. Christian School. Game time Centreville Academy quar- The Tigers used many sub- Austin Addington led the is at 7 p.m. terback Britt Netterville got stitutes with Netter~lle be- Tiger rushing attack with 70 the Tigers goingin the first pe- ing replaced at quarterback yards on 7 carries. Thomasie BA CA riod as he hit Matthew Parnell by Tyler Thomasie. Thomasie was good on 5 of 9 passes for First Downs12 19 with a 47-yard TD pass. Dan- led the offense in beth run- 155 yards and a TD. Netter= Yds. Rush 70 225 iel Yine ran the two-point con- ning and passing to score a villehiton3of6passingat- Yds. Pass 101 219 version for an 8-0 Tiger lead late third period TD. Thomasie tempts for 64 yards and a TD. PassC-I-A 8-1-23 8-2-15 with 2:461eft in the quarter, capped a 65-yard drive to score Caston led the Tiger receiving Fum. Lost 3 0 Nate Hoyt scored next on on a 2-yard run for a 36-7 corps with 3 catches for 90 Punting 4-30 1-30 a 4-yard run, and he ran the Tiger lead. yards and a TD. Penalties 1-5 2-15 Centreville Academy vs Bens Ford Fri., Sept. 11 Away 7 p.m. Fall Webinar Series Offers Technology Tips CA JV vs ASC Thursday, Sept. 10 Away -- 6 p.m. A free webinar series will offer business owners tips for using technology to improve online branding and social me- dia tools. The Mississippi State University Extension Ser- vice, Mississippi's Creative Economy and the Mississippi Development Authority En- trepreneur Center are part- nering together to deliver four sessions related to busi- ness development. Webinars begin at noon and end by 12:50 p.m. Busi- ness owners can connect with a community group at one of several host sites across the state, or they can access the webinars online. Participants are welcome to attend indi- vidual sessions or entire series. The sessions are schedtfled * Sept. 10: Business Brand- Tools for the second Thursday of ingOnline *Dec. 10:FacebookAds each month over a four-month * Oct. 8: Exploiting Google For more information, con- period beginning in September Tools tact the local W'flklnson Coun- and ending in De~mber. There * Nov. 12: Online Manage- ty Extension office at 601=888- are four sessions: ment and Event Planning3211. WCCA vs ACCS Fri., Sept. 11 -- Away -- 7 p.m. WCCA JV vs Trinity JV Thursday, Sept. 10 Away -- 6 p.m. Wilk. Co. High vs North Pike High Friday, Sept. 11 Home -- 7 p.m. William Winans MS vs Amite County Thursday, Sept. 10 -- Away -- 6 p.m. Southwest College vs Jones County Thurs., Sept. 10 -- Home -- 7 p.m. SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL TEAMS AND YOUR LOCAL MERCHANTS Gibson Realty and LandCo. 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