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Page 4 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, September 25, 2014 CA Tigers Down Ben's Ford In District Match by David Owens On the ensuing kickoff Centreville Academy opened district play with a 42-14 victory over Ben's Ford Christian Academy of Bogalousa, La., in a game played at Tiger Field in Centreville on Friday night, September 19. By winning, Centreville improved to (5-0) overall and (1-0) in district play. Ben's Ford fell to (14). Centreville led 14-0 at the end of the first quarter thanks to a 25-yard pass from Casey Haygood to Tyler Caston and a 1-yard touchdown run by Chase Hughes. Ian Ball scored on an 8-yard run midway through the second period to give the Tigers a 21-0 lead at he. Ball scored on the first play of the second half on a blazing 54-yard run for the end zone and a 28-0 lead. Hughes added the next TD by going in from 2-yards out for the touchdown and a 35-0 lead. Ben's Ford tacked on an early fourth quarter score and was good on the 2-point conversion cutting the Ti- ger lead to 35-8. Hughes took the ball at his own 15 and raced 85 yards to paydirt for a 42-8 lead. The Eagles added a late fourth quarter score to make the final margin 42-14. Ball led the offense with 75 yards on 3 carries and two touchdowns. Hughes added 32 yards on 4 trys and two TDs. Haygood was good on 7 of 12 passes for 151 yards. Hughes caught 3 passes for 82 yards, and Tyler Caston and Dan Hol- lingsworth each had key receptions. Parker Doughty led the defense with 10 tackles. Brian Arnett added 6 stops, and Britt Netterville con- tributed 5. John McDowell had an interception. The Tigers will travel to Clinton, La., on Friday night, September 26, to meet Silliman in a key dis- trict contest. Game time is 7 p.m. CA BF First Downs 10 5 Rush Yds. 148 159 Pass Yds. 151 92 Pass C-I-A 7-1-12 3-1-12 Fum/Lost 1 2 Punting 0 3-29 Penalties 9-50 3-15 WCHS Returns From South La. With Win The Wilkinson County High School Wildcats took a long bus trip to south Louisiana on Friday night, September 19, and re- turned home with a win under their bolts. The Wildcats' game took place 182 miles away at South Plaquemines High School which is lo- cated in the town of Port Sulphur across the Missis- sippi River and southeast of New Orleans. The Wildcats were able to improve to (2-3) on the season with a 14-0 road win over South Plaquemines who fell to (0-3) on the year. "It was a very sloppy game,", said WCHS Head Coach Kenneth Brown. "It was a sloppy field, and it was muddy. We've just got to score some more points." The points the Wild- cats did score both came on LaWrence Smith touch- downs coming in the third and fourth quarters. "Finally, we are buck- ling down in the third and fourth quarters," Brown stated. "We found a way at the end to score a touch- down, and we held on to the football. We've got to eliminate mistakes in cru- cial situations." Next on the schedule for the Wildcats is a home game against Greenwood High School on Friday, September 26. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. Tansy Island Huntin9 Club, Lease One share of ownership in 1387 acre Huntin9 Club in Wilkinson County, Ms. Trophy Whitetails, Turkey, Hogs and Ducks! Lodge, with Full operatin9 kitchen. $69,000. 1=or more info. call BETH DEANGELIS 601.-597-3035 www.ptt,,lgreenrett[tor.orn WCCA Gets Big District Win Over Porter's Chapel The pleasure was three- fold on Friday night, Septem- ber 19, at Son Chisholm Field in Woodville as Willdnson County Christian Academy downed Porter's Chapel Acad- emy of Vicksburg by a 22-6 margin. The win was good for the Rams for three reasons. To start, it was the team's first victory of the 2014 season, secondly, it was a district con- test which put the Rams in a tie with Trinity for first place, and thirdly, it was the whool's annual homecoming game. What a grand night despite a 20-minute downpour between homecoming festivities and the kickoff. WCCA senior running back/Ira" ebacker Rodney Boyd had a game of a lifetime against Porter's Chapel as he rushed for 215 yards on 15 at- tempts and scored all three of the Rams' touchdowns. He also led the team on defense with 13 tackles. The two teams shned in the first quarter. Both teams had possession of the ball twice in the opening period, but nei- ther could mount a sustained drive. In the second quarter the Rams took control of the game with two touchdowns for a 16- 0 lead. The first came with 10:00 showing on the dock as Boyd broke free up the heart of the Eagle defense for a 59-yard touchdown run. Quarterback Hutch Holden found a wide open Caleb Poole in the end zone for the 2-point conversion and an 8-0 lead. With just :29 seconds left in the first half Boyd again went down the middle of the field as he raced for 47 yards for his second TD of the game. Boyd also got the call on the PAT run for a 16-0 lead. The two teams battled through a scoreless third STOPPED FOR NO GAIN -- Wilkin- son County Christian Academy de- fensive players in white uniforms, #3 Rodney Boyd and #70 Tyler Butler, are shown tackling Porter's Chapel running back Logan Pickering for no gain in WCCA's 22-6 win on Friday night, September 19. Boyd led the team in tackles with 13 while But- ler was credited with 7. The Rams will travel to Central, La., on Fri- day night, September 26, to take on Central Private School. The game is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. -- Wood- ville Republican Photo by Andy J. Lewis quarter before both teams hit paydirt in the final stanza. Porter's Chapel quarter- back Zac Morgan hit a streak- ing Taylor Rushing for a 43-yard TD completion at 5:34 lel in the game. The PAT run failed to leave the score at 16-6. The Rams put the icing on the cake when Boyd rumbled 30 yards for his third TD of the game. The PAT pass failed, to end scoring with the Rams on top 22-6. Boyd led the team with 215 yards on 15 carries for three TDs and a PAT run. Mason Confine added 47 yards on 11 tries. Drew Skinner had one carry for 13 yards. On defense Boyd led with 13 tackles. Confine, Sldnner and Tyler Butler had 7 stops each. Calob Reed was credited with 6 tackles and a figznble re- covery, and Sam Nicholas had 5 plus a bkked punt and a forced fumble. Poole and Luke Littleton each had intercep- tions, and Hayden Patterson had a fumble recovery. The MAIS 1-A Rams, (1-4) overall and (1-0) in district, will be on the road on Friday night, September 26, when they take on 2-A Central Private School in Central, La., in a non-con- ference contest. Kickoff will be at 7 p.m. WC PC First Downs 7 14 Rush Yds. 275 159 Pass Yds. 0 61 Total Yds. 275 220 Passing 6/0/0 16/3/2 Ftan/Lost 2/1 2/2 Punting 2/31 2/16 Penalties 9/60 8/72 Fall Decorations From The Woods, Fields And Gardens Submitted by Ann H. Davis, Wilkinson County Extension Service Phone: 601-888-3211 Email: Now is the time to take the kids or the grandldds for a 'Tall foraging foray" into the woods and fields to gather in- teresting materials for those handsome fall and winter decorations. Milkweed seed pods, cornstalks, hydrangea blooms, grass seed heads, nuts, cones, coneflower seed heads, globe amaranth, gold- enrod, ironweed, iris seed pods, interesting branches, lichens or fungi, and even old wasp nests. The list could go on and on. While hik- ing through the woods and fields, be sure to watch for snakes and remember the insect repellant for yourself and the kids or you may bring home some uninvited guests! MSU Horticulture Agent Lelia Kelly suggests using what you collect as a free style bouquet, arranging your collection of cones, pods, acorns or whatever around the base of the bouquet con- tainer to spruce up a table, sideboard or other counter/ top. Attach items to a grape- vine or straw wreath using a hot glue gun or florist wire. You could just pile your col- lection of nuts, cones, fungi, in a crystal or other decora- tive bowl and use that as a centerpiece. Add a little moss from the woods and presto you have a nice addition to your fall home d6cor. Don't forget to check out area farmer's markets, local co-ops and garden centers for dried cornstalks, hay bales, potted mums, gourds, pumpkins, winter squash, Indian corn, broom corn and other great fall items to use for decorating. You can even eat the pumpkins, cushaws and squash when you get tired of your fall display! -- wants you to know -- _#,2 ogddttto00 00o&A %nansin 9 00aila;l= r. 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