Jacksonville Middle School football teams won 3 of 4 games that they played against Tyler-Hubbard Middle School this week.
The 8th grade “A” team carved out a 27-6 victory, while the 8th grade “B” team won by a score of 26-8.
The 7th grade “A” team played without several starters, and fell, 12-6.
In the 7th grade “B” game, the Braves stormed past Hubbard, 34-20.
JMS will conclude its season on Monday and Tuesday.
The 7th grade units will visit Tyler-Moore Middle School on Monday, with the games to be played at John Tyler High School.
The 8th graders will host Moore on Tuesday at the Historic Tomato Bowl.
Jayden Boyd rushed for two scores while Karmelo Clairborne and Jermaine Taylor added long touchdown gallops.
The JMS defense was led by Jose Aguirre, Ryan Walker, Zadarius Hinton and Conlan Lemay.
Reese Hicks and Davy Hicks accounted for PATs for the Braves (4-2).
The Braves were sparked by the play of Trent Powell, who scored a touchdown and anchored the JMS defense.
Also scoring touchdowns for JMS was Thad Hoffpauir, Willie Brown and Noah Hill.
Braves' quarterbacks William Alexander and Coen Devillier each tossed a touchdown pass.
Brady McCown connected with Reggi Sirls on a touchdown pass that covered around 70 yards, which was the Braves' only score of the game.
Dezarrick Sessions (three touchdowns) and Jayden Martin (two touchdowns) ignited the Braves' offense.
Quarterback Jayden Polk hurled a scoring strike in the game.
JMS coaches recognized Dakota Smith and Jamario Coleman for outstanding play defensively.