In this photograph released by the Mississippi High School Activities Association, Stringer's Tevin Moore gains yards during the second half against French Camp during the Class 1A state high school football championship game, Friday, Nov. 30, 2012, in Jackson, Miss. Stringer won 20-17 for its first MHSAA Class 1A championship title. (AP Photo/Mississippi High School Activities Association, Keith Warren)
JACKSON — Tevin Moore scored on a 19-yard run with 2:11 remaining in the fourth quarter to lead Stringer past French Camp 20-17 for its first MHSAA Class 1A state championship since 1992 and fourth in school history.
Moore also scored on a 51-yard run in the third quarter and finished with a game-high 222 rushing yards on 29 carries.
Cade Hinton booted field goals from 28 and 30 yards for the Red Devils (13-2).
Stringer's Mason Avary intercepted a pass late in the fourth quarter to stop a French Camp drive and secure the victory. French Camp had four turnovers — including three fumbles.
Jaylon Clemens and Jesse Hosket each had touchdown runs for French Camp. Clemens led the Panthers (11-3) with 19 carries for 208 yards.