LOUISVILLE — The Louisville High School football team extended its win streak to four games Friday night with a dominating defensive performance in a a 22-10 non-region victory against Columbus at Hinze Stadium.
With the victory, Louisville improved to 4-1, while the Columbus fell to 3-1.
The unbeaten Columbus High School football team will put its season-opening three-game win streak on the line at 7:30 tonight when it takes on Louisville at Hinze Stadium.
Local broadcasts will be available WMSV-FM (91.1) with Anthony Craven and WLSM-FM (107.1) with Bart Gregory.
Columbus High School football coach Tony Stanford feared a letdown following his team’s win against West Point last week.
Coming off the rivalry win, his undefeated team jumped back into another rivalry game against New Hope. To add to his nervousness, he said the Falcons didn’t have a good week of preparation for the Trojans.
The Falcons never looked in danger of being upset on their home field Friday, rolling to a 33-0 win to remain undefeated.
This is the time for the Columbus High School football team to continue its season of new beginnings.
Coming off an overtime victory against two-time defending Class 5A champion West Point, Columbus will see how it fares in the role as “favorite” at 7:30 tonight when it plays host to New Hope.
Damian Baker has scored numerous touchdowns in his career.
However, none of the scores was bigger than his final one Friday night. Baker’s 10-yard touchdown run in overtime lifted the Columbus High School football team past West Point 35-27 in a game at Columbus’ Falcon Field.
Damian Baker’s 10-yard touchdown run lifted the Columbus High School football team to a 35-27 overtime victory against West Point in a non-region prep thriller Friday night at Falcon Field.
Pardon the players and coaches at Columbus and West Point high schools if they feel like the 2011 season is going in slow motion.
Each team had an atypical open date last week in the second week of the season. They will get back to action at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Falcon Field in Columbus.
ABERDEEN — As the immortal Yogi Berra was fond of saying, it was “déjà vu all over again” for the Aberdeen High School football team.
For the second year in a row, the Columbus Falcons handed Aberdeen, the state’s top-ranked Class 3A team, a season-opening setback.
Now that the word is out, the Columbus High School football team will have to be even better.
Columbus delivered a mild surprise Saturday, breaking out to a 21-0 lead en route to a 27-12 victory against Noxubee County in the second annual Fall High School Jamboree at Mississippi State’s Davis Wade Stadium.
STARKVILLE — Maybe this is the season Columbus High School becomes part of the playoff conversation in Class 6A football.
Columbus sent a message quickly to the Class 4A North Half finalists Noxubee County with a 27-12 victory Saturday in the Fall High School Jamboree at Mississippi State’s Davis Wade Stadium.