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South beats North 17-3 in MACJC All-Star Football Classic
 December 3, 2012

BOONEVILLE – Rondrick Ragsdale of Hinds Community College returned a fumble 8 yards for a touchdown on the game’s first play from scrimmage and the South went on to defeat the North 17-3 here Saturday afternoon in the 39th annual MACJC All-Star Football Classic.

Ragsdale was named the game’s Most Valuable Player. The game was played at Tiger Stadium on the campus of Northeast Mississippi Community College.

The game’s other touchdown came on a 14-yard touchdown pass from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College quarterback Clint Hatten to MGCCC teammate Cade Amaker in the second half.

Chris Cooper of Northeast Mississippi served as placekicker for both teams and made both extra points. He kicked a 30-yard field goal for the North and a 37-yard field goal for the South.

Seven players represented Jones County Junior College in the game, including defensive backs Devontay Barnett of West Jones and Corey Trim of Baton Rouge, La., defensive ends Chavez Sims of Mize and Felton Collins of Laurel, linebacker Marion Chapman of Wayne County, wide receiver Stephanio McNair of Purvis and defensive tackle Cameron McLeod of Greene County.

Pearl River’s Leon Carlton and Hinds’ Kiwaski Tenner had pass interceptions, while MGCCC’s Travis Taylor had a fumble recovery.

The South Most Valuable Offensive Player was Hatten, while Ragsdale was the South’s Most Valuable Defensive Player.

Tyshun Austin of Coahoma Community College was the North’s Most Valuable Offensive Player and Northeast’s Kareem Brown was the North’s Most Valuable Defensive Player.

The South now leads the series 19-18-2.

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