HATTIESBURG, Miss. (WDAM) - For the first time in seven weeks, Presbyterian Christian School suffered a loss last Friday.
The Bobcats (7-2) don’t have time to lick their wounds with undefeated Madison-Ridgeland Academy coming to town this week.
The Patriots are in command of District 1-6A of the MAIS, but PCS has yet to lose at home.
“MRA’s a fantastic team,” said PCS head coach Derek White. “Some people think it’s the best football team in the state, rightfully so.
"Anybody they’ve played, they’ve beaten – out-of-state, public, private, anybody. They don’t have a whole lot of weaknesses. They can score any time and they’re really good on defense. It’s going to be a tall task for us.”
Said PCS senior offensive lineman Wes Walters: “They do the little things right. They’re not afraid to do what everyone else is afraid of. They’ve got some big guys up front on their offensive line and they got a good quarterback and a good receiving corps.
"But at the end of the day, they’re just a bunch of high school guys just like us and everybody’s beatable.”