St. Stanislaus is the only local coast football team left standing in the playoffs

BILOXI, MS (WLOX) - St. Stanislaus quarterback Myles Brennan had another big night throwing the football and Chase Rhodes established a new Rockachaws career receiving record as the Rockachaws pulled away from Forrest County AHS 42-21 Friday night in the Bay.

The Rockachaws under first-year head coach Bill Conides picked up win number 12 against one loss and will host  Purvis for the Class 4A South State Championship next Friday.

Purvis held off Poplarville 31-28 ending the season for the Hornets.

The Ocean Springs Greyhounds had the home field advantage Friday night, but it didn't help.  The defending Class 6A State Champion Oak Grove Warriors dominated the playoff game as quarterbacks J-C Keys and Cameron Myers helped propel the Warriors to a 42-7 victory advancing to the 6A South State Championship game next Friday.

The Greyhounds only touchdown was scored by running back Kyle Thibodeaux in the second quarter.

The Brandon Bulldogs jumped all over D'Iberville and eliminated the Warriors from the 6A state title chase 49 to 20.  As we said it was not a very good night for coast football teams.

In the Class 5A ranks Wayne County took out defending state champion Picayune 42 to 7.  The War Eagles dominated the playoff game and will battle Laurel for the South State championship next Friday.

The Golden Tornadoes defeated Pascagoula 28-14 in Laurel.  Panthers quarterback Jakwaize Walker gave Pascagoula an early 7-0 lead...but the Golden Tornadoes would pull away, ending the season for Goula.

Class 1A playoffs...Nanih Waiya ended the Resurrection Eagles 2014 season with a 24-0 decision.

So out of seven locals teams....only St. Stanislaus is left standing.