by Curtis Rockwell, Our Mississippi Home
The 2022 prep football season should be remembered as the “Year of the Quarterback” in Jackson County.
It’s been almost a quarter of a century since a pair of standout signal-callers the caliber of Bray Hubbard and Kaden Irving have shared the stage in the same county with a long and storied tradition of producing quality prep football teams and players.
The dynamic duo 23 years ago, in 1999, was Moss Point’s Demarius Bilbo and Gautier’s Ray Ray Bivines.
This season, Hubbard of Ocean Springs and Irving of Gautier, have each guided their respective squads to opening round home games in the state playoffs this Friday. The Greyhounds and Hubbard host Northwest Rankin in the Class 6A South State playoffs, while Irving and the Gators welcome in visiting Wayne County in the Class…
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