Top stars, best performances for Oct. 16 in Mississippi high school football: Cam Marion has huge game

From Oxford wide receiver J’Kyvious Wortham to Northwest Rankin running back Cam Marion, there were several standout performances across the state of Mississippi on Friday, Oct. 16.

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(Feature photo by Keith Warren)

OCT. 16 – TOP STARS

J’Kyvious Wortham, Oxford WR

J’Kyvious Wortham had three touchdown catches as Oxford beat Horn Lake 50-27 for its 20th consecutive victory.

Vic Sutton, Madison Central QB

Vic Sutton accounted for both touchdowns in Madison Central’s stunning 15-9 upset of No. 1 Starkville. Sutton threw a 25-yard TD pass to Creek Robertson in the first half, then scored the game-winning TD on a 10-yard run with 4:49 left. –GAME STORY

Dorian Robinson, Picayune RB

Dorian Robinson had three rushing touchdowns — all in the first half — as the Maroon Tide rolled to a 42-13 Homecoming victory over Long Beach.

Telvin Amos, Lake Cormorant QB

Telvin Amos ran for two touchdowns and threw for another as the Gators blanked Columbus 28-0.

Dayan Bilbo, Vancleave RB

Bilbo rushed for two touchdowns and caught a TD pass to lead Vancleave to a 40-28 win over Pass Christian.

Tylor Latham, Madison-Ridgeland Academy RB/DB

Junior Tylor Latham rushed 13 times for 130 yards with two touchdowns and forced and recovered a fumble on defense in MRA’s 50-24 win over Jackson Prep.

Cam Marion, Northwest Rankin RB

Junior tailback Cam Marion rushed for 159 yards on 24 carries, including a key 12-yard run on third-and-7 from the Petal 27-yard-line that set up Northwest Rankin’s game-winning field goal in their 31-30 win over Petal.

Jackson Allen, Petal QB

Petal’s 31-30 loss to Northwest Rankin spoiled a brilliant passing game from senior Jackson Allen, who completed 32 of 53 passes for 349 yards and a touchdown pass. 

Atavian Ray, Harrison Central RB

Atavian Ray exploded for 169 yards rushing, including a 78-yard scoring sprint, to lead Harrison Central to a dominant 27-7 win over Gulfport in Region 4-6A football Friday night.

Jeremiah Robinson, Petal WR

Robinson caught 12 balls for 155 yards in Petal’s 31-30 loss to Northwest Rankin.

Jamarus Raiford, Harrison Central DL

Jamarus Raiford led the way for the Rebels’ defense, recording 2.5 sacks in Harrison Central’s 27-7 win over Gulfport.

Khi Holiday, Tupelo Christian Prep QB

Holiday rushed 12 times for 157 yards and five touchdowns, passed for 313 yards and three TDs and returned a kick 77 yards to lead TCPS to a 63-14 win over Vardaman.

Noah Foster, Tupelo Christian Prep WR

Foster had 6 catches for 174 yards and two touchdowns in TCPS’ 63-14 win over Vardaman.

Zy McDonald, Ridgeland QB

McDonald threw seven touchdown passes and racked up almost 500 yards of total offense in Ridgeland’s 49-32 win over Vicksburg.

Hawk Aldison, North Delta School RB

Aldison rushed 24 times for 164 yards and two TDs in North Delta’s 35-14 win over Clarksdale Lee Academy.

Ryan Gibson, North Delta School QB

Gibson rushed for 140 yards and three touchdowns in the Green Wave’s 35-14 win over Clarksdale Lee Academy.

Jaylon Buckley, Union RB

Jaylon Buckley rushed 23 times for 150 yards and a touchdown in Union’s 38-33 loss to Scott Central.

Kristian Milsap, Enterprise RB

Milsap rushed 30 times for 167 yards and three touchdowns in Enterprise’s 33-28 loss to Taylorsville. 

Dicenzo Miller Jr., Kemper County RB

Dicenzo Miller Jr. rushed 15 times for 186 yards and three touchdowns in a 24-18 loss to Clarkdale.

Jerrell Boyd, Holmes County Central RB

Boyd carried the ball 15 times for 249 yards and three touchdowns in Holmes County Central’s 49-13 win over Cleveland Central.

Brandon Buckhaulter, Hartfield Academy WR/FS

Buckhaulter had two touchdown catches, a rushing TD and scored again on a pick six in Hartfield Academy’s 58-20 win over Lamar.

Lajavis Patrick, Scott Central LB/RB

Patrick recorded 18 tackles, including 4 tackles for loss, and a sack in Scott Central’s 38-33 win over Union. Patrick also added a rushing touchdown.

Creek Robertson, Madison Central WR/SS

Robertson caught a 25-yard touchdown pass and had 10 tackles and a pass breakup on defense in Madison Central’s 15-9 upset of No. 1 Starkville.

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