Ty Keyes leads Taylorsville to Class 2A title.
Video: Ty Keyes highlights
Taylorsville signal caller has thrown for nearly 3,000 yards.
State championship weekend in Mississippi high school football continued Saturday.
In Class 4A, Corinth (14-1) raced past Poplarville (9-6) 55-21. The Warriors led 34-7 at halftime and were never threatened as quarterback D.T. Sheffield ran for 220 yards, threw for 164 more and accounted for five touchdowns.
Taylorsville (15-1) is the 2A champion after a 49-18 dismantling of North Side (14-1). The Tartars also won a state title in 2017.
Three high school football state champions were crowned in Mississippi on Friday.
Oxford (14-1) is the Class 6A champion after beating Oak Grove (11-4) 31-21. After trailing 21-3 at halftime, Oxford outscored Oak Grove 28-0 in the second half.
In the Class 3A final, Jefferson Davis County knocked off Noxubee County 25-15.
Nanih Waiya beat Lumberton 28-13 to capture the 1A hardware.
Read below for a look at matchups and times for all six state championship games, which will be held at M.M. Roberts Stadium on the campus of the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg.
Champions in 2018 include Nanih Waiya (1A), Scott Central (2A), Water Valley (3A), Louisville (4A), West Point (5A) and Horn Lake (6A).
Mississippi 6A Full bracket can be found here - 2019 Football Championship 6A