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Every week during the football season, Camal Petro and Andrew Abadie will hop on Facebook Live to preview that week’s games. With Week 1 of high school football starting this week, we break down the four games Friday night and the big one Saturday.
Also, Camal shares his thoughts on PCS’ loss to West Marion on Thursday night.
“I now pronounce you husband and wife.”
That phrase is a highlight of a couple’s life, and it’s something Southern Miss senior Collin Kilcrease can legally say if he’s officiating a wedding. It’s not hard to become an ordained minister, and it all started with a conversation with his friends while in high school.
The Leaf River Rivalry has become the showcase of Mississippi High School football over the last couple of years, and all eyes will be on the Saturday night contest. With very few games being played on the same night, fans will pack D.I. Patrick Stadium and circle the field to watch the Panthers and Tigers tangle.
Purvis’ first-year head coach Brad Hankins has a plan to stop the Oak Grove offense Friday night. It’ll be a challenge for the Tornadoes to stop quarterback John Rhys Plumlee and the Warriors’ attack, but Hankins has formulated an idea to hold them down.
The Lumberton-North Forrest matchup has had its fair share of intense games over the last few years. As long as Lumberton coach Zach Jones has been at the helm, these two have played three straight four-point games.
Sacred Heart and Loyd Star aren’t uncommon opponents. The two have played each other early in the season the last few years, but Crusaders’ coach Lonny Schraeder said his team is basically going into the game blind.
Regardless, Sacred Heart is set to host Loyd Star Friday at 7 p.m.