Scoring Explosion Captures AHSAA Offensive Spotlight MONTGOMERY – Montevallo High School’s high-powered offense clicked on all cylinders in last week’s 68-40 victory over Jemison at Theron Fisher Stadium. The Bulldogs of Coach Brandon Wilcox scored nine touchdowns on drives that totaled just 22 plays – the longest taking five plays to reach the end zone. The icing came after the scores as Montevallo tied a state-record with seven two-point conversions. And Wilcox’s team did it with senior all-state receiver J.J. Evans out of the lineup nursing an injury. The explosive effort put Montevallo in the AHSAA Offensive Spotlight this week as the prep football season moves to week four. “It was pretty amazing,” said Wilcox. “Everything seemed to be working for us offensively.” Senior quarterback Malik Inabinette was 15-of-18 passing for 366 yards and five touchdowns and scored a sixth touchdown on a 13-yard run for the Class 4 Bulldogs (3-1). Six of the touchdowns came on plays of 43 yards or longer. The nine scoring drives averaged just 2.4 players per series. Receiver Jamarius Carter caught five passes for 121 yards and touchdowns of 43 and 64 yards. Kial Cottingham grabbed five receptions for 103 yards with an 18-yard TD catch. Kam’Ron Goins had four catches for 97 yards with a 47-yard TD reception. Deon Gilliland had a 45-yard TD pass on the first play of the game, and Joseph Anderson rushed 13 times for 132 yards and three touchdowns covering 16, 14 and 40 yards. His 60-yard run set up his first score, which came one play later. The two-point conversions, which Wilcox said came on a variety of plays which his team runs in their normal offense, were scored by four different players. Gilliland and Anderson ran for two each, and Inabinette threw passes to Carter and Goins for the other three. Carter caught two and Goins had one. Gilliland scored 15 two-point conversions in 2018. As for the state record, Class 1A Berry High School had seven in a 68-0 win over Brilliant in 2015. Quarterback James Raines completed passes for all seven. He finished the season with 33 – 30 passing and three running. He finished his career passing and runner for 61 successful two-pointers. W.S. Neal of East Brewton scored 41 in the 2012 season to set the AHSAA team season record for two-point conversions. The 108 points scored by Montevallo and Jemison is the second most scored this season and the eighth game in 2019 that has generated 100 or more points by both teams. The Bulldogs play American Christian this week in a rematch of a game won by the Patriots 70-54 – a total of 124 points which was tops in the AHSAA in 2018. Montevallo’s scoring machine edged out a 27-15 victory by Piedmont over Randolph County for the Offensive Spotlight. Quarterback Jack Hayes co mpleted 15-of-35 pass attempts for 226 yards and four touchdowns as the Bulldogs downed Class 3A, Region 6 rival Randolph County – a victory which turned out to be the 150 th for head coach Steve Smith at Piedmont. Hayes’ chief target was Ethan Swinford, who had eight catches for 143 yards and three touchdowns. Smith, who is 150-28 and is currently in his 14 th season, also coached 11 years at Cedar Bluff and owns a 235-73 overall head-coaching record in the AHSAA. Other top performances reported from Week 3: RUSHING JALEN WHITE, DALEVILLE: Rushed for 302 yards on 36 carries with two touchdowns and added a two-point conversion in the Warhawks' 30-22 loss to G.W. Long. CAULLIN LACY, FAITH ACADEMY: The Rams running back rushed 31 times for 300 yards and five touchdowns as the Rams beat 42-24.Mobile Christian. JERRY BURTON, PRICEVILLE: Had 22 carries for 276 rushing yards and four touchdowns in a 42-24 victory over Randolph. DAMON EASON, MAE JEMISON: Ran for 263 yards and four touchdowns in a 31-30 loss to Fort Payne. ERIC WATTS, OPELIKA: Had 28 carries for 237 rushing yards and scored two touchdowns in a 33-32 win over Wetumpka. AUSTIN GAVIN, SAINT JAMES: Piled up a career-high 238 rushing yards on 33 carries to lead the Trojans to a 26-7 win over Montgomery Academy. He had TD runs of 64 and 16 yards and teammate Alex Whisenhunt added 21 rush attempts for 138 yards with touchdowns of 24 and 53 yards. KABREE JOHNSON, PARKER: Gained 238 yards rushing on 23 carries and scored on runs of 74, 20, 14 and 6 yards as Parker downed John Carroll Catholic 49-21. He also was 13-of-22 passing for 144 yards and two TDs to account for 384 total yards and six touchdowns in the win. KEONDRICK HANKINS, MORTIMER JORDAN: Scored five rushing touchdowns in a 49-7 win over St. Clair County. He rushed for 137 yards on 13 carries with scoring runs of 6, 5, 43, 1 and 2 yards for the Blue Devils. BRYAN GALLOWAY, GOSHEN: The quarterback rushed for 228 yards and two touchdowns as the Eagles downed Samson 42-21. His 80-yard scoring run highlighted Goshen's four-TD rally in the fourth quarter that sealed the win. He was also 7-of-10 passing for 58 yards. NATE McCALLUM, ALEXANDRIA: Sparked the Valley Cubs to a 34-14 win over Boaz with 225 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 27 carries. His TD runs covered 6 and 24 yards. Teammate Ronnie Royal added 108 yards and two scores on 15 carries as Alexandria piled up 390 rushing yards on the night. MARTAVIOUS GLANTON, ABBEVILLE: The Yellow Jackets’ quarterback rushed for 211 yards and four touchdowns on 16 carries and completed 6-of-9 passes for 86 yards in a 50-20 win over Geneva County. BRYAN HOGAN, DESHLER: Needed only nine carries to gain 208 rushing yards and scored four touchdowns as the Tigers downed Central-Florence 40-20. KELSTON FIKES, LEROY: R ushed for 192 yards and three touchdowns on just 12 carries, including a 60-yard scoring run on the Bears’ first play of the game, and the Bears won 40-14 over Southern Choctaw. JACOB MANNING, SCOTTSBORO: Rushed for 187 yards on 28 carries with four touchdowns covering 4, 2, 8 and 13 yards to pace the Wildcats to a 42-14 win over Guntersville. Teammate Cam Ellis added 139 yards and two TDs on 15 carries. CHRISTIAN IVEY, MONTGOMERY-CATHOLIC: Rushed for 146 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries and passed for 126 to account for 272 total yards to lead the Knights past Alabama Christian 52-13. He was 5-of-10 passing. Teammate Darrell Gibson added 185 yards rushing on 14 carries and scored three TDs. RON WIGGINS, JACKSONVILLE: Had 21 carries for 180 yards and scored on a 65-yard run as Jacksonville beat Cherokee County 35-28. CAMERON SWEENEY, CARVER-MONTGOMERY: Had TD runs of 86 and 15 yards and rushed for 173 total yards on 11 carries as the Wolverines downed Class 7A Baker 34-19. Teammate Cole Williams added 82 yards rushing, 114 yards passing and rushing touchdowns of 2 and 73 yards early in the fourth quarter to break open a 21-19 game. He also passed for one TD. DOMONIQUE THOMAS, OHATCHEE: Scored five touchdowns and rushed for more than 200 yards in a 50-7 victory over Cleveland. DYLAN BLACKBURN, JAMES CLEMENS: Rushed nine times for 168 yards two TDs in a 49-0 victory over Huntsville. DEE BECKWITH, FLORENCE: Ran for 165 yards on 19 carries, with TD runs of 22, 3, 18 and 6 yards, in a 55-24 victory over Bob Jones. He also completed two passes for 30 yards. IKE ROWELL, FYFFE: Had 163 yards rushing with touchdowns of 45 and 2 yards as the Red Devils beat Collinsville 24-3 for their 18 th straight win. TRENT DAVIS, ETOWAH: Rushed for 163 yards on seven carries with touchdowns of 1 and 81 yards, all in the first half, in a 58-13 win over Sardis. B.J. BAKER, VALLEY: Rushed for 151 yards and two touchdowns as the Rams beat Greenville 20-14. DAVID HALL, ONEONTA: Had 123 yards rushing and three touchdowns and teammate Collin Moon added 126 yards as the Redskins snapped a three-game losing streak to Hokes Bluff with a 44-13 win. The setback was the first road loss for Hokes Bluff since 2017 and ended a 12-game road winning streak. PASSING HARRISON BARKER, SPAIN PARK: Completed 28-of-45 passes for 357 yards and three touchdowns in a 49-35 loss to Mountain Brook. Alex Howell, Murphy: Produced 374 yards of total offense, tossed three touchdown passes and ran for another as Murphy beat Mary Montgomery 30-21. LUKE STAMBA, HELENA: Had 261 total yards, including 171 passing and 90 rushing, in a 28-24 win over Homewood. He passed for two scores and rushed for another. PATE OWEN, HOMEWOOD: Passed for 284 yards and three TDs in a 28-24 loss to Helena. AVERY SEATON, MADISON ACADEMY: Was 12-of-15 passing for 278 yards and three touchdowns in the Mustangs’ 45-7 win over Brewer. He also rushed for 122 yards on nine carries with another TD. He had a 63-yard completion to Clay Pitsinos and a 61-yard run that set up another TD. ETHAN TEAL, DALE COUNTY: Completed 13-of-23 passes for 254 yards and five touchdowns and rushed for 51 yards and a sixth score as the Warriors downed Ashford 52-33. AUSTIN McCARDLE, COTTONWOOD: Was 6-of-7 passing for 259 yards and four touchdowns in the Bears' 65-0 win over Barbour County. He also added a 9-yard TD run. BRODY DAVIS, OPELIKA: Was 20-of-32 passing for 236 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Bulldogs past Wetumpka 33-32. LOGAN SMOTHERS, MUSCLE SHOALS: Was 10-of-13 passing for 171 yards and three touchdowns in the Trojans’ 35-14 win over Hartselle. He also rushed for 118 yards and a fourth TD on 10 carries and finished with 289 total yards and four touchdowns. T.J. FRANKLIN, LEE-MONTGOMERY: Passed for 224 yards and two touchdowns as unbeaten Lee (4-0) posted a key 19-14 Class 7A, Region 2 road victory over Auburn. Demarsha Davis hauled in five catches for 98 yards and a touchdown. He also scored on a 65-yard run. JADEN CHATMAN, WHITE PLAINS: Completed 15-of-22 passes for 223 yards and three touchdowns in a 31-20 win over Ashville. He also rushed for one score. BRADY TROUP, ETOWAH: Completed 9-of-11 passes for 222 yards and touchdown passes of 25, 61 and 54 yards to NyNy Davis , all in the first half, in a 58-13 win over Sardis. Davis had four catches for 135 yards and also returned a punt 60 yards for another score. STROTHER GIBBS, MOUNTAIN BROOK: Completed 9-of-11 passes for 183 yards and two touchdowns and ran 19 times for 120 yards and four touchdowns in a 49-35 victory over Spain Park. JAYVIUS LANGFORD, PARK CROSSING: Passed for 173 yards and three touchdowns on 9-of-17 attempts and also rushed for 71 yards on six carries as the Thunderbirds (1-3) beat Dothan (2-2) 42-27 for the first win in new head coach Clayton Harris’ Park Crossing tenure. J GREENE, ST. PAUL’S EPISCOPAL: Completed 15-of-23 passes for 176 yards and two touchdowns and also ran seven times for 38 yards and a score as the Saints defeated Blount 29-20. KIYLE HIPP, COTTAGE HILL CHRISTIAN: Completed 12-of-19 passes for 166 yards and four touchdowns, including the game winner in the third overtime, as the Warriors nipped Washington County 48-42. KALEB JONES, COLLINSVILLE: Quarterback Kaleb Jones was also 14-of-24 passing for 135 yards and added 56 yards rushing for 191 total yards in a 24-3 setback at Fyffe. WILL NOLES, WESTBROOK CHRISTIAN: Accounted for five touchdowns with three passing and two rushing as the Warriors beat West End 63-29. He was 4-of-7 passing for 148 yards and TDs covering 49, 48 and 23 yards. He also scored on runs of 1 and 4 yards. PASS RECEIVING EMMANUEL HENDERSON, GENEVA COUNTY: The Bulldogs’ running back caught six passes for 210 yards, including TD receptions of 60 and 67 yards, and had 98 rushing yards on 11 carries in a 50-20 loss to Abbeville. SEAN ZERKLE, ST. JOHN PAUL II CATHOLIC: Hauled in nine catches for 148 yards and three TDs and also added an interception on defense in a 24-19 loss to Fairview. LAKE BELL, NORTHSAND MOUNTAIN: Caught three passes for 134 yards and three touchdowns as the Thundering Herd beat Asbury 44-0. His TD connections covered 55, 31 and 48 yards. WILLIAM FORD, PARK CROSSING: Snagged five receptions for 119 yards and three touchdowns in a Class 6A, Region 2 win over Dothan. SAM REYNOLDS, THOMPSON: Caught three passes for 76 yards and two TDs and returned the game’s opening kickoff 95 yards for a score as the Warriors (4-0) beat Oak Mountain 51-14 to improve to 2-0 in Clas s 7A, Region 3. JAYLIN PETERSON, RAMSAY: Caught six passes for 111 yards and two TDs in a 47-19 victory over Pleasant Grove. MIKEY McINTOSH, MUSCLE SHOALS: Caught four passes for 99 yards and two touchdowns as Muscle Shoals beat Hartselle 35-14.