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Week 13 Staff Picks




Week 13

Chris (107-68)

Cristy (76-69)

Eric (98-47)

Linda (86-59)

Seattle Seattle Seattle Seattle
Oakland Oakland Oakland Oakland
Denver Denver Denver Denver
Chicago Chicago Kansas City Chicago
Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Buffalo
Atlanta Houston Atlanta Atlanta
New England New England New England New England
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Cincinnati Pittsburgh
NY Jets Washington Washington NY Jets
Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Tampa Bay
Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore
Dallas Arizona Dallas Dallas
San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco
Green Bay Green Bay Green Bay NY Giants
New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans
San Diego San Diego San Diego San Diego
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Philadelphia @ Seattle

Oakland @ Miami

Denver @ Minnesota

Kansas City @ Chicago

Tennessee @ Buffalo

Atlanta @ Houston

Indianapolis @ New England

Cincinnati @ Pittsburgh

NY Jets @ Washington

Carolina @ TampaBay

Baltimore @ Cleveland

Dallas @ Arizona

St. Louis @ San Francisco

Green Bay @ NY Giants

Detroit @ New Orleans

San Diego @ Jacksonville

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St. Al’s Cooper Madison caught a 40-yard touchdown pass Friday



St. Al Cooper Madison
(Photo by YAS Photo LLC)

St. Aloysius High School football player Cooper Madison caught his first touchdown pass of the season last week in the Flashes big win over Washington School Oct. 16.

Madison caught the 40-yard pass in the first play of the Flashes possession last week to make the score 6-0 in the first quarter. For most of the night, he played on defense at cornerback in the 43-28 victory.

He is known for his great athletic ability. In football, he also plays on special teams where he sometimes kicks the extra point behind Reed Bourne, and he is also a soccer player for St. Aloysius.

Madison has been a big part of Flashes football over the past few years, and he will start Friday for St. Aloysius in the team’s last game of the regular season.

The Flashes face the Cathedral Green Wave Friday in Natchez, Mississippi, at 7 p.m.


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Mississippi high school football coach dies in car crash



coach dies in car crash

A Mississippi high school football coach was involved in a deadly car crash Wednesday that ended his life.

Southeast Lauderdale High School head coach Calvin Hampton died after his car collided with an 18-wheeler on Mississippi Highway 19.

The school released the following statement on its Facebook page shortly after Hampton’s death was confirmed:

“It is with great sadness that we pass along the news of the loss of Coach Calvin Hampton. Coach Hampton was loved by many in our community, county, and city. Please remember his family and everyone who cared about and loved Coach Hampton in the days ahead. All school functions for the rest of the day are canceled. Grief counselors will be available when classes resume tomorrow.”

Hampton was in the middle of his second season as head coach at Southeast Lauderdale at the time of his death. The Tigers are scheduled to play Kemper County Friday.

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Hinds’ Smith and McCray named MACCC Football Players of the Week



Connor Smith and BeSean McCray (photos courtesy HInds CC)

Vicksburg native Connor Smith and BeSean McCray of Orlando, Florida, were tabbed as the Mississippi Association of Community Colleges Conference Football Players of the Week following their stellar performances in Hinds 18-16 victory over Jones College Thursday, Oct. 15.

Sophomore kicker Smith was named the MACCC Special Teams Player of the Week. Smith made all four of his field goal attempts, including the game-winner as time expired. Smith scored 12 points for Hinds in their 18-16 victory over Jones last week. Through the Eagles first two games this season, Smith is a perfect five-for-five in field goal attempts and has tallied 18 total points.

Freshman quarterback McCray was named the MACCC Offensive Player of the Week. McCray completed 41 of his 74 pass attempts for 421 yards and one touchdown. His 421 passing yards and 74 passing attempts are both single-game records for the Hinds football program. Through two games, McCray leads the MACCC in multiple categories including: completions (51), attempts (105) and yards (568).

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