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I Page 4 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, October 8, 2015 by David Owens Centreville Academy broke a two-game losing streak by defeating Central Private School 36-12 in the Tigers' annual homecoming game played at Tiger Field in Centreville on Friday night, October 2. Senior running back Ty- ler Caston led the Tigers to the win by rushing 17 times for 182 yards and one touchdown. The Tigers took a 6-0 lead midway through the first quarter when Ty- ler Thomassie connected with Britt Netterville on a 24-yard scoring pass. The extra point try was no good. Centreville Private tied the game several minutes later with a 60-yard TD pass. The PAT failed leav- ing the game knotted at 6-6. The Tigers took the lead again early in the second quarter when Thomassie once again went to the air and found Stone Reynolds open on a 23-yard scoring pass. Caston ran for the 2-point conversion to give CA a 14-7 lead. Central Private respond- ed with a 15-yard scoring pass to cut the Tiger lead to 14-12 with 6:13 remaining in the half. Netterville took over quarterbacking duties for CA, and behind the run- ning of Caston and 51-yard tote by Netterville, this drive was capped off by Netter~lle's ll-yard pass to Matthew Spangler with :55 left in the half. Wyatt Brabham kicked the PAT to increase the Tiger lead to 21-12. Caston continued his good nmning in the third period, and broke free on a 61-yard run before being dragged down at the CPS 3. Caston then bulled his way into the end zone for a 27- 12 lead. Netterville added the two point conversion for a 29-12 lead with 11:44 re- maining in the third period. Netterville closed out scoring with a 3-yard run. Brabham's kick made the score 36-12. Neither team was able to score in the final period. Casten led the CA offense with 182 yards rushing on 17 carries. Netterville was good for 93 yards on 13 car- ries. Reynolds had 74 yards on 4 attempts. Thomassie was good on 3 of 3 passing for 49 yards and a pair of TD's. Netterville hit on 3 of 6 passes for 42 yards and aWD. The defense was led by Matthew Parnell with 7 tackles. Daniel Vine, Chris Jones and Scout Chandler contributed 5 steps apiece. Parnell also had an inter- ception. CA ~ll remain at home this Friday, October 9, as the Trinity Day School Saints visit Tiger Field. Game time is 7 p.m. CA CPS First Downs21 12 Rush Yds. 349 87 Pass Yds. 91 149 Pass C-I-A 6-0-914-1-30 Fum/Lost 0 1 Ptmting 1-29 4-33 Penalties 7-55 5-40 The Wilkinson County Christian Academy Rams faced a tough River Oaks School on Friday night in Wood lle, and came out on top in the contest by a score of 35-7. Led by junior running back Caleb Poole's four touch- downs -- three rushing and one on an interception return -- the Rams improved to (5- 2) overall. The Rams will play their first district game of the year when they travel to Vicksburg to take on Por- ter's Chapel. This game was originally scheduled to be played in Wood lle, but the MAIS changed the location to Porter's Chapel. WCCA's Calob Reed re- covered a Mustang fumble on the visitor's first posses- sion to give the Rams good field position at the WCCA 43. The Rams completed the 10-play, 57-yard drive with Poole racing 20 yards for the score. The PAT pass from Poole to wide receiver Hutch Holden gave WCCA the lead at 8-0 with 6:38 left in the first quarter. On the first play from scrimmage following the kick- off, River Oaks quarterback Tyler Pommier tossed a pass to Will Sherrill who turned the play into a 56-yard score. The PAT kick by Elan Joff was good to leave the Mus- tangs trailing 8-7. WCCA returned the kickoff to their own 44. Two plays later Poole broke loose again, this time running for 48 yards and a TD with 4:58 left in the first period. The PAT kick was no good, which left the score at 14-7 in favor of the Rams. Midway through the sec- ond quarter WCCA nmning back Steven Franks broke a number of tackles and dove into the endzone on a 9-yard run. The PAT kick was blocked, and the Rams went FRANKS SCORES TD FOR WCCA -- Wilkinson County Christian Acad- emy running back Steven Franks, No. 5 with ball, is shown as he broke the plane of the goal line to score a touchdown on a 9-yard run against River Oaks Academy on Friday night, October 4. The Rams won the game 35-7 to improve to (5-2) overall. WCCA will play in Vicksburg against Porter's Chapel this Friday night, October 9, in an MAIS District 5AA opener for both teams. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. -- Wood- ville Republican Photo by Andy J. Lewis into leading 20-7. WCCA struck for two scores in the third quarter to put the game on ice. WCCA drove 64-yards to score on Poole's 2-yard run. Poole then ran for the two- point conversion to put the Rams up 28-7 with 2:14 left in the quarter. On the first play after the ensuing kickoff Poole inter- cepted a Pommier pass and raced untouched 24 yards for his fourth TD of the game. The PAT kick by Sam Nicho- las ended the scoring with WCCA winning 35-7. Poole led all rushers in the game with 141 yards on 22 carries and three TD's. Kyle Folds added 72 yards on 13 carries. Phillip Cutrer completed 1 of two passing attempts. Poole was the receiver on the play that went for 19 yards. On defense Holden and Luke Littleton led the team with 7 stops apiece. Braden Passinger, Rhett Whitehead and Tyler Butler had 5 each. Poole and Drew Skinner had interceptions, and Jordan Palmisano and Reed had fumble recoveries. WCCA, (5-2) overall and (0-0) in district, will be on the road to Vicksburg this Friday night as they open district play against the win- less Eagles, who are (0-7) overall and (0-0) in district. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. WC RO First Downs 12 8 Rush Yds. 239 56 Pass Yds. 22 106 Total Yds. 261 162 Passing 3/2/0 19/6/2 Fum/Lost 0-0 3/2 Punting 4/33 5/24 Penalties 2/20 4/30 II Mississippi Rabbit Season Opens On Sat., October 17 Mississippi's-2015 .-'.-2016 : ture, of: grasses, legumes, rabbitP .hunting ~easori'"othef " b{roffdle~f plants, opens Saturday, October 17, 2015, and closes February 28, 2016. The bag limit is eight per. day. Rabbit hunting is a fun and exciting way to spend time with family and friends. Rabbit hunt- ers are encouraged to take youth hunting, but be sure to provide supervision on safe firearms handling and shooting. Areas with an ample mix- and low brushy cover typi- cally produce the greatest number of rabbits. Rabbit populations are expected to be mostly abundant where cover is suitable, although localized populations can vary. Many of Mississippi's open public lands and wild- life management areas offer some rabbit hunting oppor- tunities. 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The visiting Bulldogs rushed the ball 51 times for a total of 331 rushing yards against the Wildcat defense. FC's Courtney Smith pun- ished the Wildcat defense with 32 carries for 207 yards on the ground. And, to go with Smith's performance, DeTIartre Col- lins recorded 110 yards, five rushing touchdowns and two interceptions. Franklin County respond- ed with a 66-yard scoring pass. Hunter again answered, this time connecting with Jaquarious Stewart on a 39-yard scoring pass. WCHS failed on the two-point conver- sion and trailed 14-12 at the After the break the Bull- dogs stayed with their ground game and scored again. Hunter worked his magic on the next drive and led his team to a score with a 20-yard strike to Travion Jones. Hunt- er and Jones connected again on the PAT to make the game 21-20. This was as close as the Wildcats would get in the yards. game. WCHS, (34) and (0-1) in Franklin County scored district on the year, will travel four more times in the game this Friday night, October 9, while the Wildcats managed to Fayette to take on Jefferson just one more TD, tbAs one coming on a 10-yard run by Phillip Thompson. In the loss Hunter complet- ed 26 of 46 passing attempts for 386 yards. He threw 2 touchdowns and three inter- ceptions. Juan Anthony caught 10 passes for 142 yards, and Jones had 10 catches for 150 County, (24)overall and (!-0) in district. The kickoff for this district contest is at 7 p.m. FC WC First Downs17 17 Rush Yds. 331 -3 Pass Yds. 82 386 Passing 5-3-0 46-26-3 Fumbles 2-0 3-1 Punting 1-36 1-46 Penalties 7-65 6-48 HARDWOOD LOGS FOR SALE? BY BULK In the woods BY or delivered THOUSAND to mill Call 1-800-343-4577 Netterville Lumber Co. IN BUSINESS SINCE 1952 MDWFP Commission Adopts Change To Wildlife Feeding Rule A change to the wildlife supplemental feeding rule was adopted by the Com- mission on Wildlife, Fisher- ies, and Parks at its recent meeting on September 16. The adopted change re- moves the "line of sight" prohibition from the rule, allowing hunters to place approved feeders in loca- tions where they can be seen by the hunters. Un- changed in the rule is the requirement that hunters must be at least 100 yards from the feeder. The adopted rule has been filed with the Secretary of State's Office and will be- come effective November 1, 2015. Above ground covered feeders or stationary spin cast feeders must be used to feed wildlife. For more information regarding conservation in Mississippi, visit our web- site at www.mdwfp.com. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com]mdwfp or on Twitter at www.twit- ter.com/MDWFPonline. read the regulations before they hunt. Some areas may have season dates and rules that differ from general statewide regulations. For more information re- garding rabbit hunting in Mississippi, visit our web- site at www.mdwfp.com/ rabbit or call us at (601) 432-2199. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook. com/mdwfp or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/MDWF- Ponline. STUDENT SUCCESS • Increased Graduation Rate • Decreased Dropout Rate • Improved Teacher/Student Attendance • Increased Scholarship Opportunities • Superintendent of Education , Assistant Principal • Curriculum Coordinator • Lead Teacher • Teacher CHARACTER - Student Oriented . Fearless - Friendly , Committed - Focused • Team Player , Passionate • Organized WILKINSON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT'S ACCOUNTABILITY • Wilkinson County High School "C" • William Winans Middle School "C" • Finch Elementary "B" • Wilkinson County Elem School "C" Southwest College vs Coahoma Sat., Oct. 10 Homecomin q 5 p.m. CAPITAL BI).YEMENT PROJECTS • Renovated Sports Complex - New School Parking , New Middle School Gymnasium - New Smart Boards • New HVACs District-Wide (Submtttedandpaidforbythecandddate)