After a 10-win stellar season that saw the Magee Trojans break the 2nd round curse to reach the 3rd round of the 3A Playoffs for the first time since 2000, the Trojans season has come to an end after a 35-0 loss to the Wildcats of Columbia.
It may not have been as pretty as the 32-0 thrashing the Trojans handed the Jefferson County Tigers in their first matchup of the season way back in Week 1, but it was enough for Magee to claim the victory and move on to round 2 of the playoffs.
The Magee Trojans and Columbia Wildcats squared off as the Trojans celebrated Senior Night for the Class of 2019 at the final home game for this group of seniors, as the team enters the playoffs as the #4 seed with a full slate of road games ahead.
The Trojans of Magee traveled to play one of the few games in the area on Friday night against the Jaguars of Jefferson Davis County. Many local schools had pushed their games up to Thursday evening in order to play in drier conditions, as rain was predicted Friday the majority of the day. This actually played to the Jaguars’ advantage, as J
Not every win is pretty. Not every win is a blowout. Sometimes, teams have to do what it takes just to get the W and move on. After their first loss of the season last week at West Marion, the Trojans returned to the friendly confines of Trojan Field for the 2019 Homecoming game against district foe the Tylertown Chiefs.
In an offensive flurry in which the points rained down like the rain from the sky, the Trojans outlasted the weather and the Bulldogs to move to 7-0 on the season and 1-0 in district play. Magee entered play boasting one of the best offenses in the state that has scored 50+ points in three games this season, paired with a stingy defense that h