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i Page 4 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, September 24, 2015 lie Tig, 34-14 by David Owens Oak Forest Academy de- feated Centreville Academy 34-14 in a non-district con- test played on Tiger Field on Friday night, September 18. The 4A Yellow Jackets were too big and out classed the younger 3A Tigers who played four to five fresh- men in the game. The Tigers' record fell to (3-2) on the season and re- mained at (1-0) in district. Oak Forest led 21-0 af- ter the first quarter and 34-7 at halffime. The Tigers held the Yel- low Jackets scoreless in the second half. Centreville's only bright spot in the game came in the second quarter when freshman quarterback Tyler Thomasie replaced starting quarterback Britt Netterville and found open receivers in the Yellow Jacket's defense. Thomasie hit Tyler Cas- ten who made a good catch on the Jacket goal line for the score. Wyatt Brabham kicked the PAT to cut the OFA lead to 21-7. The Tigers got a late TD when Brabham scooped up a an OFA fumble and returned the ball 36 yards to paydirt in the fourth quarter. Thomasie led the of- fense in hitting on 12 of 20 passes for 76 yards and a TD. Caston and Nettervflle each had 5 receptions for 32 yards apiece. Netterville was the Ti- gers' leading tackier with 11 stops. Daniel Vine and Scout Chandler contributed 7 stops each, and Matthew Parnell added 5. CA will be on the road this Friday, September 25, as the Tigers take on Bowl- ing Green Academy, (3-2), in a key district contest. Kickoffis at 7 p.m. CA OF First Downs7 15 Yds. Rush 17 235 Yds. Pass 76 101 Pass C-I-A 12-1-234-0-6 Fum. Lost 0 2 Punting 4/31 1/29 Penalties 3-15 1-15 DEER & WILDLIFE FESTIVAL Saturday, October 10 in downtown Woodville! zoo7 Chevy Tahoe LTZ Tan Leather Interior Sun Roof Automatic Running Boards Navigation System Flex-Fuel Back-Up Camera i76,ooo miles Can be seen at the offices of The Woodville Republican Andy Lewis 601-888-4293 TRUST CO. Member FDIC ~ Since 1903 Vidalia Ferriday Monterey Woodville * Natchez m wants you to know Wilkinson County Christian Academy had lots to colebmte on Friday night~ September 18. The MAIS 2A Rams hosted the MAIS 3A and undefeated Central Hinds Academy Cou- gars for homecoming, and thanks to a last-minute touch- down run by Kyle Folds and an interception by Ram defensive back Hutch Holden, the Rams were victorious 30-24 in an ex- citing non-conference matchup. WCCA improved to (3-2) overall with the win. The Rams have not played a district con- test midway through the 2015 season. WCCA opened scoringin the game following Caleb Poole's interception on the Cougars' first drive of the contest. The Rams moved the ball down the field and scored when Kyle Folds scored from 4 yards out. Kevin Folds ran for the two- point conversion to give WCCA an 8-0 lead at the 7:33 mark of the first quarter. Later in the first quarter the Cougars cut the lead 8-7 when quarterback Tanner Leggett connected with Cooper Currie on a 26-yard scoring pass. The extra point kick was good. A 2-yard run by CHA's Don- nie Haley with :02 leg in the first quarter along with the PAT kick gave the Cougars a 14-8 lead. The Rams responded with a quick score early in the second quarter when Poole ran the ball in from the CHA 7. Pcole also got the call on the PAT attempt and scored to give WCCAa 16-14 lead. CHA took the lead again with just over three minutes until ~e on a 35-yard field goal to make the score 17-16. WCCA drove the ball down the field to take the lead at the halffime break. This score came on a 5-yard run by Poole. Poole took the snap on the PAT attempt and ran untouched into the endzone. WCCA lead the game 24-17 at the break. Wilkinson County High School was on the road Fri- day night, September 18, as they took the field against Louisiana High School Ath- letic Association:~SA school Scotlandville ~ and fell : "by ~h~sco~ of 59-i8'. In the loss Head Coach Kenneth Brown said his team struggled making tack- les. Though the Wildcats lost, Alligator Hunting Season Yields Record Harvest The 2015 Mississippi pub- lic water alligator hunting season closed on September 7; the private lands hunting season remains open until 6 a.m. on September 21. To increase participation among permitted hunters this year, the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks (MD- WFP) changed the sale of public water alligator hunt- ing permits to a first come, first served process. In 2013 and 2014, only 75 percent of eligible permit holders participated, with a harvest of 671 and 682 alligators, respectively. Preliminary harvest reports and surveys submitted for 2015 indicate a record harvest of over 960 alligators and over 90 per- cent participation among permitted hunters. The online sale of public water permits was conduct- ed on July 14 with a high volume of customers com- peting for one of the 920 available permits. When the permit sale goal was met, number of electronic bank transactions were still in process. This resulted in extra permits sold. Af- ter careful evaluation, the MDWFP determined that the extra permits would not negatively impact Missis- sippi's alligator population and decided to honor all permits that were sold. MDWFP attributes this year's record harvest to in- creased hunter experience and their knowledge of good hunting areas. In addition, weather conditions were exceptionally conducive to hunting, and the moon phase became more favor- able in the final days of the season. For more information regarding alligator hunt- ing rules and regulations, visit our website at www. mdwfp'cndalligatr or call us at (601) 432-2199. Fol- low us on Facebook at www. facebook.comJmdwfp or on Twitter at www.twitter. com/MDWFPonline. STOP CHA RUNNER FOR NO GAIN Wilkinson County Christian Acad- emy defensive players in dark jer- seys, No. 3 Braden Passinger and No. 70 Tyler Butler, are shown tackling a Central Hinds Academy running back at the line of scrimmage in WCCA's 30-24 win on Friday night, September 18. WCCA will travel to Minden, La., on Friday night, Sep- tember 25, to face Prairieview Acad- emy. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. -- Woodville Republican Photo by Andy J. Lewis After no scoring in the third quarter, things got very excit- ingin firm] period. Following a WCCA punt, the Cougars moved 57-yards against the Ram defense to tie the game at 24-24 when ~ggett hooked up with Currie on another touchdown pass, this one good for 20 yards, to tie the contest 24-24 with 5:29 remaining in the game. After CHA kicked off into the endzone, the Rams found themselves on their own 20 yardline and 80 yards to go for a TD. After four first downs the Rams had moved the ball to the Cougar 5. Kyle Folds scored the game-winning TD with :43 left in the game. The Rams' PAT run failed to leave had 7 stops, and Phillip Cutrer, the Rams holding onto a 30-24 Austin Hendry and Tyler But- lead. ler had 6 each. Poole and Hold- On the third play after the en had interceptions, Nicholas ensuing kickoff defensive back recorded 2 auarterback sacks Hutch Holden sealed the win with an interception at the CHA 34. Ca]ob Poole led the Rams in rushing with 107 yards on 12 attempts and two TD's. Kyle Folds was a close second in rushing yardage with 105 on 15 totes and two scores. Kevin Folds had 44 yards on 8 car- ties. Stephen Franks added 21 yards on 4 carries. Holden had one reception for 11 yards. On defense Braden Pass- inger collected 8 tackles. Hutch Holden and Sam Nicholas each and Butler had one. WCCA ~ be on the road to Bastrop, La., this Friday night, September 25, to take on Prai- rie View Academy. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. WC CH First Downs 14 11 Rush Yds. 272 131 Pass Yds. 11 135 Total Yds. 283 266 Passing 3-1-08-4-2 Fum/Lost 5-1 0-0 Punting 3/28 2/34 Penalties 6-28 14-112 their passing attack contin- ued to impress. WCHS quar- terback Desmond Hunter, who leads Mississippi in passing yards, completed 31 of 45 passing attempts for 375 yards and two touch- downs. ' ........ Juan Anthony was Hunt- er's favorite receiver as he Jones did not play against had 11 catches for 189 yards. Scotlandville due to a shoul- Robert Swint pulled downder injury. seven catches for 100 yards The Wildcats, (2-3), will and two touchdowns. Phillip travel to Ferridw,. La~ on Thompsomhad an 89-yard, Friday night, Septemt~, kickoff return for a touch- as they take on Ferriday down in the loss." High School, (3-0). I~tt'is WCHS receiver Travion set for 7 p.m. :~i:: Centreville Acad. vs Bowling Green Friday, Sept. 25 -- Away 7 p.m. where cheese comes m? Find out in Stone County. Visit a local working dairy that is home to grass fed Jersey cows and have a hands-on experience waxing a round of cheese. Or, tour a goat farm that's been in the same family for over 100 years and sample some goat cheese. See all this and more when you come visit us in October at our most beautiful. Wilkinson Co. High vs Ferriday High Friday, Sept. 25 -- Away -- 7 p.m. Wm. Winans Middle vs Port Gibson Thursday, Sept. 24 -- Away -- 6 p.m. Visit Stone County...It'sjust a stone's throw away. For more information on all that is happening in Stone County go to: www.visitstonecounty.com VISIT There you can make your plans , 000coo ......... W Development Partnel ship