Our Brandon High School football players showed up and showed out in the MHSAA 7A playoffs with a leading win against Harrison Central. The Bulldogs battled hard and managed a comeback to win their district championship title, which granted them this opportunity following a season-opening split of two losses to Madison Central and Picayune. The Bulldogs started the game with two excellent scores in the 1st quarter, leading to 13-6. As Harrison Central attempted to make a comeback in the second quarter, our offensive and defensive line worked hard to remain strong. The Bulldogs ended the night victorious with a big win, leaving the score 41-13. Go Dogs!

In the second round of the MHSAA 7A playoffs, the bulldogs gave Pearl another chance to eat dirt. With an intense fight against the Pirates, our football team fought to defend their title as the Rankin County Super Bowl Champions. The Bulldogs struck as the leading scorer in the first quarter with a rushing touchdown, leaving the opening score 7-0. The score at halftime was 28–10, but Pearl put up an intense fight in the second half to win the game in the last quarter. Ultimately, the Bulldogs defeated the Pearl Pirates with a final score of 42-25. This big win over the Pirates led to the Bulldogs hosting Oak Grove in the South State Championship. #EatDirtPurl

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