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Published on November 24th, 2015 | by TLV News


High School Football Lowdown- 2015

Oxford Chargers
Head Coach: Johnny Hill

Last game: Beat Lake Cormorant 56-26

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Aug. 21 SOUTHAVEN W 35–0

Sophomore Drew Bianco scored two TDs and rushed 139 yards.

Aug. 28 @ STARKVILLE L 20-7

Inhibited by Yellow Jackets’ fierce defense, Oxford takes a loss at this year’s little Egg Bowl.


The Chargers were neck and neck with the Jaguars all the way to the last minute of the game, but ultimately failed to pull out a win.

Sept. 11 @ LAFAYETTE W 31-21

Oxford regained momentum with the leadership of

Senior QB Jack Abraham who went 20-34 for 225

yards, scoring three TDs.

Sept. 25 WEST POINT W 50-28

Ole Miss commit D.K. Metcalf had four catches and two TDs

Oct. 9 LEWISBURG (HC) W 56-21

Sophomore RB Josh Patton had his best game of the season, racking up 114 yards on 12 carries.

Oct. 16 @ NEW HOPE W 46-12

Chargers QB Jack Abraham threw his hundredth touchdown for the Chargers in a blowout victory, although Chargers held back from total dominance by accruing many fouls.

Oct. 23 CLARKSDALE W 53-13

The Chargers continue a six-game winning streak to secure their spot in the post-season.

Oct. 30 @ CENTER HILL W 54-30

QB Jack Abraham surpassed the 10,000 yard mark in his career, and the Chargers left Center Hill with the Division 1-5A title.


Ole Miss commit D.K. Metcalf made two one-handed catches, scoring touchdowns both times, and helping the Chargers enjoy their eighth straight win.

Nov. 13 VICKSBURG (First Round) W 35-21

Oxford withstands early offensive lead from Vicksburg to rally together with a team effort and come back hard with their defense in the second half.


Head Coach: Eric Robertson

Last game: Beat Indianola-Gentry 48-7

Lafayette Commodores Logo

Aug. 21 @ Horn Lake W 34-7

Tyrell Price scored three TD in the first half and Lafayette brings home a win.

Aug. 28 CLAYTON W 55-14

Tay Tay Owens’s 92-yard return on the kick off was one of many TDs for the Commodores in this shutout.

Sept.4 GRENADA W 20-14

Grenada’s defense was no match for senior running back Tyrell Price who went for 272 yards on 36 carries.

Sept. 11 OXFORD L 31-21

The Commodores take their first loss in this year’s Crosstown Classic.

Sept. 18 LOUISVILLE W 27-10

Commodores defense kept the Tigers off the scoreboard for three quarters

Sept. 25 @ Charleston W 26-0

Tyrell Price had his fifth 100-yard game in a row

Oct. 2 RIPLEY W 45-14

The four TDs from Price alone doubled the Tiger’s side of the scoreboard.

Oct. 9 @ Rosa Fort W 30-7

The view from the top is spectacular for top-ranked Commodores after they served this ugly loss to the next best 4A team

Oct. 16 NEW ALBANY W 49-14

The first 6 TDs, 3 rushed by Price and 3 by Jamarcus Quarles, were on the board before the Bulldogs scored.

Oct. 23 @ Senatobia L 20-19

After a fourth quarter TD for the Warriors, the ‘Dores left Senatobia with their second loss of the season.

Oct. 30 BYHALIA W 50-8

The Commodores were up 42-0 by halftime, with each touchdown coming from a different player, proving that the whole team was ready for playoff season.


The Rams ended their season here with the Commodores, who, despite the rain, played at the top of their game Friday.

Nov. 13 NUXOBEE COUNTY L 20-13

The ‘Dores played a strong, highly defensive back-and-forth game against Nuxobee County’s Tigers, but a last minute pass to Nuxobee’s Kymbotric Mason with a tied score board edged Lafayette out of the second round of the 4A playoffs.

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