MONTGOMERY – DIAMONTE DOUGLAS turned in a clutch performance in Lee-Huntsville’s 34-28 overtime victory over Brooks Friday night to claim the AHSAA Spotlight for Week 3 of the 2016 high school football season.
Douglas accounted four touchdowns in the fourth quarter and then scored the winning touchdown on a 6-yard run in overtime for Lee. He finished the night 19-of-25 passing for 222 yards and three TDs and rushed for 147 yards and two scores on 24 carries.
Lee, coached by Tony Woods, trailed 14-0 early in the fourth quarter when Douglas fired a 20-yard TD pass to Dashun Grays to cut the lead to 14-7. Trailing 21-7 later in the quarter, Douglas scored on a 15-yard run. His 33-yard pass to Dary Stadler on fourth down tied the game at 21-21. Brooks took the lead again with 1:18 left but Douglas drove his team 80 yards in nine plays to tie the game on the last play of the fourth quarter when he scrambled to find Keonte Clay for a 3-yard scoring pass. Douglas sealed the comeback win with his run in overtime.
Douglas’ performance edged out a two players who turned in exceptional efforts on offense and defense as two-way players.
Reynard Ellis of Shades Valley and Michael Anderson of Washington County led their teams to hard-fought wins utilizing their multiple talents. Ellis had 140 yards rushing on eight carries in a 39-29 Mounties victory over Blackman (TN). His effort included a 97-yard TD run in the third period to put the Mounties ahead for good. He also posted 15 tackles on defense with two resulting in losses.
Anderson helped Washington County nip Southern Choctaw 50-48 with 13 tackles and a caused fumble on defense for the Bulldogs. He also rushed for 192 yards and three touchdowns on eight carries, caught two passes for 68 yards and a TD and returned a kickoff 74 yards for a fifth score to finish with 334 all-purpose yards.
ANDRO WILLIAMS, LINDEN: Notched the 100th win of his head-coaching career as Linden’s Patriots beat McIntosh 69-0. He is now 100-22 in his 10th year as head coach and is the winningest coach in LHS history. Second is Walt “Pistol” Henders, who guided Linden to an 80-16-4 record from 1958-1967. Williams has guided Linden to 10 wins or more in seven of the previous nine seasons with nine and seven wins in the other two years.
His .820 winning percentage ranks third among active coaches with 100 or more wins in the AHSAA behind Tanner’s Laron White (141-28, .834) and Fyffe’s Paul Benefield (243-52, .824).
In other highlights reported from Week 3:
ZAC ODEN, MONTEVALLO: Passed for 364 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for a fifth score as the Bulldogs beat B.B. Comer 45-22.
FORREST WEBBER, RANDOLPH: Completed 18-of-31 passes for 297 yards and two touchdowns (10 and 17 yards) in a 39-36 loss to Madison Academy. He also ran for 24 yards and a 1-yard touchdown on nine carries.
JACOB FREE, BRANTLEY: Was 12-of-17 passing for 283 yards and three touchdowns and had three rush attempts for 70 yards and two scores as the Bulldogs beat Pleasant Home 57-6.
CULLAN O’SHEA, MARY MONTGOMERY: Completed 21-of-32 passes for 261 yards and two touchdowns as the Vikings beat Murphy 27-17.
SCOTT McALPINE, HALEYVILLE: Was 20-of-25 passing for 262 yards and two touchdowns as the Lions beat Cordova 35-13.
BANIKO HARLEY, RAMSAY: Passed for 241 yards and rushed for 92 for 333 total yards as the Rams beat Hueytown 48-16.
CONNOR ADAIR, HEWITT-TRUSSVILLE: Completed 14-of-18 passes for 224 yards and four touchdowns as the Huskies beat Grissom 62-13.
BO NIX, SCOTTSBORO: The sophomore quarterback rushed seven times for 113 yards and two touchdowns and completed 6-of-11 passes for 94 yards and one TD as Scottsboro beat Douglas 62-6.
COLE FREDERICK, HILLCREST-TUSCALOOSA: Threw five touchdown passes to five different receivers as the unbeaten Patriots downed Bessemer City 49-13.
JARTAVIOUS WHITLOW, LAFAYETTE: Completed 9-of-12 passes for 293 yards and two scores, rushed 15 times for 211 yards and two more TDs as LaFayette (4-0) beat Fayetteville 42-34. He has accounted for 23 touchdowns this season (15 passing and 8 rushing).
TYREN DUPREE, CHEROKEE COUNTY: Passed and rushed for 221 yards in a 36-0 win over Anniston. He was 6-of-12 passing for 112 yards and had 109 yards rushing and two TDs on 14 carries.
MALCOLM ASKEW, McADORY: Completed 10-of-15 passes for 195 yards and two touchdowns, 72 and 30 yards, as the Jackets beat Paul Bryant 47-13.
ANDREW BARFOOT, SATSUMA: Was 16-of-21 passing for 218 yards and two touchdowns as in a 29-12 win over W.S. Neal.
GRANT JONES, COLLINSVILLE: Completed 15-of-24 pass attempts for 192 yards and three touchdowns in a 41-38 loss to Gaston.
JEREMIAH HARRIS, ABBEVILLE: Was 7-of-11 passing for 170 yards and two touchdowns and added 84 yards rushing, including a 45-yard touchdown run, in the Yellow Jackets’ 34-8 win over Cottonwood.
ELISHA HUDSON, PELHAM: Was 4-of-9 passing for 116 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 112 yards on 15 carries as Pelham beat Helena 27-23.
JANSEN ALEXANDER, SAND ROCK: Completed 10-of-16 pass attempts for 165 yards and two touchdowns and added 43 yards rushing on seven carries as the Wildcats beat Ider 27-0.
KEYSHAWN HARPER, B.C. RAIN: Rushed for 292 yards and four touchdowns on 36 carries in the Pirates’ 42-24 win over Gulf Shores.
OMAR BROWN, NORTH JACKSON: Led the Chiefs to a 50-26 win over Madison County with 288 yards rushing on 25 carries. He scored five touchdowns on runs of 53, 55, 3, 53 and 49 yards.
TYETUS SMITH-LINDSEY, OXFORD: Rushed for 279 yards on 37 carries with five touchdowns (1, 1, 3, 15 and 40 yards) as the Yellow Jackets beat Cullman 52-28.
ERICK STINNETT, OAK GROVE: Ran for 267 yards and five touchdowns in a 55-36 win over Hale County. He had 199 yards on 10 carries and four of those scores in the first half.
REGGIE RAYFORD, COTTAGE HILL CHRISTIAN: Piled up 246 rushing yards on 31 carries as Cottage Hill beat Excel 34-28.
JAHARI BROWN, NEW BROCKTON: Had 227 yards rushing and three touchdowns on just seven carries to lead the Gamecocks past Zion Chapel 41-0. Brown scored on runs of 90, 78 and 23 yards.
NECOLBY MAXWELL, BENJAMIN RUSSELL: Had 32 carries for 213 yards and three touchdowns and returned a kickoff 98 yards for a fourth score as the Wildcats beat Chelsea 40-29.
DALLIN WOODLEY, BUCKHORN: Ran for 202 yards with a 38-yard TD and returned a kick 88 yards for another score in a 28-14 win at Huntsville.
STEVONTE TULLIS, ASHFORD: Finished with 184 yards rushing and four touchdowns, including a 8-yard TD run with 4:06 left to tie the game, and kicker Dawson Pope added the go-ahead extra point in the Yellow Jackets' 27-26 win over Bullock County. Tullis also had six tackles on defense.
DAKOTA LAMBERT, SPRING GARDEN: Totaled 172 yards rushing on just nine carries with four touchdowns and added a fifth score on a punt return in the Panthers' 60-0 victory over Woodville. It was Spring Garden’s second straight shutout of the season and the first time the defense has had back-to-back shutouts since 2009. Woodville was limited to less than 30 total yards in Friday’s win.
LOGAN McVAY, DEMOPOLIS: Rushed for three touchdowns, passed for to and had a 25-yard interception return for a sixth score in a 49-7 win over Marbury. Teammate Tyler Gamble added 154 yards rushing with a 99-yard TD run.
DEMETRIUS KING, GARDENDALE: Rushed for five touchdowns as the Rockets beat Carver-Birmingham 55-18.
KEKE MATTHEWS, MADISON ACADEMY: Ran for 166 yards and a 10-yard touchdown on 23 carries and caught two passes for 27 yards in a 39-36 win at Randolph.
A.J. PHILLIPS, CHICKASAW: Rushed for 140 yards and a TD on 16 carries, ran a kickoff 75 yards for a score and intercepted a pass he returned an interception 45 yards for a third score in a 25-19 win over St. Luke’s Episcopal.
JONATE COTTON, NEW HOPE: Ran for 156 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries in a 36-27 win at Sylvania.
TAYLOR HAYES, PIEDMONT: Gained 127 yards rushing and scored five touchdowns (11, 1, 1, 4 and 38 yards) to lead the defending Class 3A state champions to a 42-14 win over Randolph County.
TIM COATS, PLEASANT GROVE: Rushed for 125 yards and a TD on 13 carries and caught three passes for 73 yards and another score as the Spartans downed St. Clair County 38-9.
DELONTAE WILLIAMS, CEDAR BLUFF: Ran for 102 yards on just four carries – three for touchdowns covering 63, 3 and 72 yards – in a 41-6 win over Gaylesville.
CALEB HORTON, ETOWAH: Rushed nine times for 95 yards and caught a game-winning 75-yard touchdown pass as Etowah beat Guntersville 14-7 to snap the Wildcats' 30-game regular-season winning streak.
BAILEY DELOACH, FAYETTEVILLE: Had five receptions for 210 yards in a 42-34 loss to LaFayette. DeLoach also had an interception return for 78 yards and a touchdown.
D'ANDRE SINCLAIR, BRANTLEY: Caught five passes for 155 yards and three scores in Brantley's 57-6 win over Pleasant Home.
HENRY RUGGS, LEE-MONTGOMERY: Caught eight passes for 127 yards and two touchdowns (67 and 19 yards) and passed for a third TD (58 yards) as the Generals (3-0) remained unbeaten with a 42-14 win over Smiths Station.
JAMES MALONE, CLEMENTS: Had 8 receptions for 187 yards and a TD against Lexington. He also had 7 tackles and 2 forced fumbles on defense.
CODY COLLIER, ALBERTVILLE: Caught seven passes for 131 yards and three touchdowns (6, 48, 23 yards) in a 42-7 win at Brewer.
JAMES CLEMONS, DAVIDSON: Hauled in five pass receptions for 147 yards and three touchdowns as the Warriors beat Baker 41-21. His TDs covered 64, 63 and 9 yards.
ISAIHA JONES, CEDAR BLUFF: Turned in an all-around performance in leading the Tigers to a 41-6 victory at Gaylesville. He caught four passes for 111 yards and a 19-yard touchdown, had an interception on defense and a 92-yard punt return for a touchdown. Jones also returned another punt 46 yards that led to a third-quarter touchdown.
EMIL SMITH, ETOWAH: Caught eight passes for 62 in the Blue Devils' 14-7 win over Guntersville to snap Guntersville's 30-game regular-season winning streak.
DARIUS SMITH, SLOCOMB: Caused a fumble that teammate Adam Newton recovered at the 6-yard line with 12 seconds left to preserve the Red Tops’ 21-14 win over Geneva. Smith also rushed for 103 yards and two touchdowns (1 and 10 yards) in the win.
PARKER SPARKS, THEODORE: Had 17 tackles and three pass breakups as the Bobcats downed Fairhope 35-10.
JEFF HUNTER, DECATUR HERITAGE: Had 16 tackles in a 28-22 win over Meek. He also caught six passes for 69 yards and a TD.
JADARIUS REDWINE, WENONAH: Returned an interception 57 yards for one TD and caught a 5-yard pass for his team’s other touchdown in a 15-14 loss to Briarwood.
JAHZARIAN LAMPLEY, PIKE COUNTY: Intercepted a pass inside the 15-yard line in the final minute to preserve Pike County’s 21-14 win over Montgomery Academy. It was the second interception of the night for Lampley, who also starred on offense with two touchdown runs.
T.D. MOULTRY, JACKSON-OLIN: Had two sacks, three other stops for losses and finished with 10 tackles in the Mustangs’ 13-12 loss to Homewood.
CHASE BROWN, HOOVER: Had two interceptions and a sack to lead the Bucs defense as Hoover beat rival Spain Park 26-8.
LABRYAN RAY, JAMES CLEMENS: Had 10 tackles and blocked a punt in a 21-14 win over Gadsden City. He scooped up the blocked kick and returned it seven yards for a touchdown.
BRADEN CARVER, SAND ROCK: Had eight tackles including one stop behind the line of scrimmage and also rushed for 82 yards and a TD as Sand Rock blanked Ider 27-0.
JAY HAWTHORNE, BOB JONES: Blocked two punts, returning one 12 yards for a touchdown, to lead the Patriots to a 48-26 win over Sparkman.
RICHARD HAYNES, SCOTTSBORO: Blocked a Douglas punt and returned it 34 yards for a touchdown ln a 62-7 win.
JORDAN GRADDY, MOBILE CHRISTIAN: Returned a punt 52 yards for a score and also ran for 90 yards and a touchdown to help the Leopards beat Bayside Academy 34-14.
The complete list of games scheduled for Sept. 8-9 are listed below. Subscribers can go to www.nfhsnetwork.com to view using the URL addressed provided, and new viewers can go to the same site to subscribe.
Sep 08, 2016 - 6:45 PM
| Smiths Station vs. Robert E. Lee
AHSAA: Robert E. Lee HS
Sep 09, 2016 - 7:00 PM
| Goshen vs. Luverne
AHSAA: Goshen HS
Sep 09, 2016 - 6:30 PM
| Piedmont vs. Randolph County
AHSAA: Eagle 102.3
| T.R. Miller vs. Hillcrest-Evergreen
AHSAA: TriCounty Sports
Sep 09, 2016 - 6:45 PM
| Madison Academy vs. Randolph
AHSAA: Randolph School
Sep 09, 2016 - 6:40 PM
| Brooks vs. Lee-Huntsville
AHSAA: Brooks HS
| Russellville vs. Lawrence County
AHSAA: Russellville HS
| Albertville vs. Brewer
AHSAA: Albertville HS
| Bessemer City vs. Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa
| Blount vs. Saraland
AHSAA: Saraland HS
| Chilton County vs. Opelika
AHSAA: Opelika HS
| Hartselle vs. Florence
AHSAA: Hartselle HS
| Muscle Shoals vs. Athens
AHSAA: Muscle Shoals HS
| Oxford vs. Cullman
AHSAA: Cullman HS
| Park Crossing vs. Northview
AHSAA: Northview HS
| Shades Valley vs. Blackman (TN)
AHSAA: Shades Valley HS
| Alma Bryant vs. Foley
AHSAA: Foley HS
| Enterprise vs. Jeff Davis
AHSAA: Enterprise HS
AHSAA: Jefferson Davis HS
| Prattville vs. Auburn
AHSAA: Prattville HS
| Spain Park vs. Hoover
AHSAA: Hoover HS
MONTGOMERY – Opp High School senior quarterback Orlando Lacey came very close to accomplishing a feat that has never been done before in AHSAA football annals.
He was just 15 rushing yards and three passing yards shy of having 300 yards rushing and passing in the same game.
Lacey directed the Bobcats to a very tough 55-32 victory over Straughn Friday night by personally totaling 582 yards and accounting for six touchdowns to grab the AHSAA Spotlight for Week 2 of the 2016 prep football season.
Lacey was 16-of-19 passing for 297 yards and three touchdowns and had 19 rush attempts for 285 yards and three scores. His 582 total yards placed him tied for sixth in the AHSAA Record Book for total yards in a single game with Speake’s Brandon Brown, who had 502 yards passing and 80 rushing in a 1992 game. Lacey’s total, however, is by far the most balanced between rushing and passing in state history and came in a difficult and very important region contest.
Coach Brent Hill’s senior playmaker averaged 15.3 yards per each of his 38 total touches. Jack Poundstone of Trinity Presbyterian held the record before Friday night with 614 total yards (492 passing and 122 rushing) in a 54-40 loss to Cordova in the Class 3A state playoffs in 2008.
James Raines of Berry High School broke Poundstone’s total offense record last Friday night with 631 total yards in a 71-22 win over Brilliant. Raines passed for 563 yards and eight touchdowns, rushed for 68 yards and a ninth score. Berry led 57-14 at the half. Raines’ passing yards was two shy of the state record (565) set by Chris Smelley of American Christian in a 43-31 loss to Brantley in the semifinals of the Class 1A state playoffs in 2005. Smelley is now head coach at American Christian.
The nine touchdowns accounted for by Raines tied a state record shared by Hubbertville’s Tommy Haley-Hicks and Victory Christian’s Brent Gulledge. Haley-Hicks’ nine rushing TDs came in a 76-52 win over Vina in 2008 and Gulledge’s nine TD passes came in a 70-6 win over Lyman Ward in 2004.
COACH ERNIE WILLINGHAM, COLLINSVILLE: Recorded the 100th coaching victory of his prep football coaching career in a 27-6 win over Ider. Now in his 16th year, Willingham is 100-70 including a coaching stint at Appalachian. Quarterback Grant Jones completed 9-of-11 passes for 166 yards and two touchdowns (42 and 61 yards) in the Panthers' victory.
AUSTIN BEATS DECATUR 37-35 IN 3 OT: In what turned out to be the highest scoring game in the Decatur-Austin series history, the Black Bears won in three overtime 37-35 at Ogle Stadium. Coach Jeremy Perkins’ team had several heroes including: Antonio Robinson (3 rushing TDs), Tony Norman (10-yard TD run and 2-point conversion in the second overtime and a 9-yard TD run in the third overtime; Collin Moses’ winning 2-point conversion in the third OT; and defensive back Kiyan Tapscott, who broke up a Decatur pass for the tying 2-point try in the third OT to seal the win.
Coach Jere Adcock and his Red Raiders, now 36-18 in the series, also had its share of heroes, including LaDarius Woods who made a diving catch of a pass from QB Alec Marks at the goal line in the third OT to set up the final 2-point try. Josh Marsh’s 2-yard TD run with 3:11 left in the fourth quarter sent the game into overtime tied at 14 all. Marsh also had s TD in the second OT and 2-point conversion.
LOACHAPOKA AND AUTAUGAVILLE SCORE 126: Coach Jerome Tate’s Loachapoka Indians set a school record with its 82-44 win over Autaugaville. The Eagles, 11-5 in the series, winning the first eight dating back to 1984. The combined 126 points tied Phillips’ 82-44 win over Vina in 2008 as the eighth most points scored by both teams in a single game in AHSAA history.
AHKIM WALDEN, DOTHAN: Kicked a 22-yard field goal with one second left to lift the Tigers to a 15-14 victory over Russell County. Dothan clawed back from a 14-0 deficit with Devanir Martin returning a kickoff 91 yards following the second Warriors’ touchdown to jump-start the Tigers comeback.
ZACH FORD, CALERA: Kicked a 40-yard field goal as time ran out to lift the Eagles past Dallas County 25-22.
PEYTON NICHOLS, RUSSELLVILLE: Russellville’s Peyton Nichols connected with Colin Garrison on an 11-yard touchdown pass with two seconds left in the game to lift the Golden Tigers to a 38-35 win over Lee-Huntsville.
TANNER STAMPS, CENTRAL-FLORENCE: Fired a 39-yard TD pass to Connor Bevis with less than a minute to play as Central-Florence beat Deshler 27-21 for its first win over the Tigers in 32 years.
In other highlights from last weekend’s games:
JARTAVIOUS WHITLOW, LAFAYETTE: Was 15-of-18 passing for 193 yards and four touchdowns and had 191 yards rushing and two scores on 10 carries as the unbeaten Bulldogs (3-0) downed Vincent 62-6. He finished with 384 total yards and accounted for six touchdowns.
DEVIN KIMBROUGH, SPARKMAN: Completed 25-of-36 passes for 320 yards and three touchdowns and also ran for another score in a 29-22 win over Buckhorn.
SCOTT McALPINE, HALEYVILLE: Completed 28-of-29 passes for 359 yards and two touchdowns in a 42-0 win over Hamilton. His TD passes covered 41 and 78 yards.
LAKE SPURGEON, BROOKS: Was 14-of-16 passing for 318 yards and three TDs (49, 5 and 76 yards) as the Lions downed Ardmore 64-14.
TUCKER DRISKELL, WICKSBURG: Passed for 283 yards and three touchdowns on a 12-of-17 passing performance on a 41-33 loss at Daleville. Driskell also had 64 rushing yards and a TD to finish with 347 total yards.
GRAYSON EDGEMON, MADISON ACADEMY: Completed 12-of-20 passes for 296 yards and five touchdowns in a 42-7 win over Sardis. Receiver Jaelin Ferdinand was on the receiving end of three of his TD connections.
JACURE JACKSON, MINOR: Was 11-of-21 passing for 263 yards and four touchdowns as the Tigers downed Pinson Valley 45-13.
LASHAWN WILLIAMS, CHICKASAW: Completed 12-of-19 passes for 237 yards and two touchdowns (31, 54 yards) in a 32-8 win over Choctaw County. He also scored on a 15-yard win.
MALIK SMITH, SHEFFIELD: Passed for 225 yards and four touchdowns in a 28-25 win over Sulligent. Smith, 16-of-25 on the night, threw two touchdown passes each to Mannie Ford (35 and 28 yards) and Donavon Goodwin (28 and 29 yards). The 29-yarder clinched the win with 1:25 to play.
BO NIX, SCOTTSBORO: The sophomore quarterback rushed nine times for 192 yards and two touchdowns in a 63-21 win over Crossville. He also completed 5-of-10 passes for 106 yards and three touchdowns for the 12th 100-yard plus passing effort in his career. Senior running back Dekarlos Billingsley added 158 yards rushing and two scores on 10 tries in the Wildcats win.
DARIUS BRACY, BAKER: Combined for 341 yards as Baker beat Theodore 41-34. Bracy rushed 26 times for 200 yards and TDs of 29 and 66 yards and also passed for 141 yards.
MATTHEW NOWLIN, HUNTSVILLE: Completed 10-of-16 passes for 130 yards and four touchdowns (19, 14, 21, 35 yards), and ran for 172 yards and a 21-yard score on eight carries in a 67-14 win over Grissom. He played the first half and one series of the third quarter.
TYREN DUPREE, CHEROKEE COUNTY: Completed 8-of-14 pass attempts for 150 yards and two touchdowns to Quartez Henderson (24 and 14 yards) and ran for 112 yards on 13 carries with an 18-yard touchdown in the Warriors' 30-7 win over Hokes Bluff.
HUNTER HOWELL, SPAIN PARK: Helped the Jaguars to a 28-14 win over Vestavia Hills with a 19-of-22 passing performance for 218 yards and three touchdowns.
TAYLOR HAYES, PIEDMONT: Completed 14-of-24 pass attempts for 155 yards and two touchdowns and rushed eight times for 80 yards two TDs (17 and 31 yards) in the Bulldogs' 33-0 win at Glencoe.
CHADARIUS TOWNSEND, TANNER: Ran 18 times for 291 yards and four touchdowns - including long scores covering 95 and 82 yards - in a 41-16 win over West End.
OMAR BROWN, NORTH JACKSON: Rushed for 273 yards and five touchdowns on 24 carries in a 40-18 win over DAR.
KENNETH BOTHWELL, SOUTHSIDE-GADSDEN: The sophomore halfback rushed 15 times for 269 yards and two touchdowns in the Panthers' 34-31 win over Fort Payne.
TREVELL SMITH, HOUSTON COUNTY: Rushed for 264 yards and had TD runs of 6 and 5 yards in Houston County's 34-20 win over Red Level in helping the Lions improve to 3-0 for the first time since 2004.
TANNER TALLEY, SUMITON CHRISTIAN: Rushed for 260 yards and three touchdowns on 24 carries and caught one pass for another 18 yards and a touchdown as the Eagles beat R.A. Hubbard 60-22. Through two games, Talley has rushed 57 times for 561 yards and seven touchdowns. He also had a pair of catches for 23 yards and another touchdown.
JAYLN JONES, LAUDERDALE COUNTY: Rushed for 259 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries as the Tigers beat West Morgan 39-13. Among his TDs were runs of 58, 49 and 43 yards.
JACOBY JOHNSON, HUFFMAN: Had 27 rush attempts for 247 yards with touchdowns covering 70 and 80 yards as the Vikings beat Oak Mountain 21-11.
JAHZARIAN LAMPLEY, PIKE COUNTY: Rushed for 227 yards and three touchdowns as the Bulldogs blanked B.B. Comer 27-0.
TATE OZBIRN, RED BAY: Led the Tigers to a 30-8 win over Mars Hill Bible with 201 yards rushing and three touchdowns covering 4, 8 and 3 yards.
WISE GORDON, PROVIDENCE CHRISTIAN: The freshman had 31 carries for 195 yards and two touchdowns as PCA downed Slocomb 20-15. Teammate Edwin Colley also rushed 18 times for 151 yards and the other Eagles TD, a 53-yard scamper.
DANIEL THROWER, HAZEL GREEN: Ran for 160 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries in a 56-6 win at Columbia.
WELDRIN FORD, OPELIKA: Rushed for five touchdowns (8, 2, 4, 6, 14 yards) as Opelika beat Carver-Montgomery 56-28. He had 21 carries and 132 total yards.
TAE HENDERSON, DALE COUNTY: Sparked 28-17 win over Trinity Presbyterian with 158 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 23 carries.
JORDAN STOVER, HARTSELLE: Ran for 131 yards and four touchdowns on 17 carries in a 41-7 win over Athens. He had 100 yards and three scores by halftime.
CHRIS SULLIVAN, THEODORE: Caught nine passes for 210 yards and three touchdowns (62, 7 and 11 yards) as the Bobcats fell to Baker 41-34.
JALEN WAYNE, SPANISH FORT: Caught seven passes for 194 yards and three touchdowns as the defending Class 6A state champion Toros defeated Gulf Shores 38-10.
COLLIN WOODS, BLOUNT: Keyed the Leopards’ 41-10 win over Baldwin County with five receptions for 119 yards and touchdowns of 24 and 53 yards.
MANNIE FORD, SHEFFIELD: Caught nine passes for 103 yards and two touchdowns in a 28-25 win over Sulligent.
DARIEN BOSSIE, PIEDMONT: Caught six passes for 108 yards and two touchdowns in the Bulldogs' 33-0 win at Glencoe.
EMIL SMITH, ETOWAH: The sophomore receiver caught six passes for 97 yards and a touchdown in the Blue Devils' 35-7 victory over Douglas.
JAYSON JONES, FULTONDALE: Returned an interception 102 yards for one score, raced 45 yards for a touchdown on a punt return and also had a 34-yard TD run from scrimmage as Fultondale beat Hanceville 59-8.
LEE DAVIS, SAMSON: Had 15 solo tackles and three assists as the Tigers beat Abbeville 34-5. Davis had four tackles for losses, blocked a punt, broke up one pass and had one reception on offense for an 8-yard touchdown.
ROB ENGLISH, ELBA: Had 15 tackles, but recorded the biggest play of the game with a 70-yard interception return for a touchdown in the final 15 seconds to preserve a slim six-point lead and give defending Class 2A state champion Elba a 28-14 win over New Brockton. English also had a fumble recovery and caught a 30-yard pass to round out his performance.
TEPPEI DAISAKU, COOSA CHRISTIAN: Had 10 tackles as the Conquerors snapped an 18-game losing streak with a 7-6 win over Valley Head.
RICKY HALL, PROVIDENCE CHRISTIAN: Was credited with 24 tackles, including 16 solos, in Providence Christian's 20-15 win over Slocomb.
MARCUS JONES, ENTERPRISE: Intercepted two passes and recovered a fumble, returning it 18 yards for a touchdown, all in the first half of the Wildcats' 50-14 rout of Prattville. He also had one pass break up in the game. Teammate Chris Ross also recovered two fumbles, returning one 30 yards for a touchdown, and a caused a fumble in the win.
P.J. PHILLIPS, HOUSTON COUNTY: Had 17 tackles, caused fumble and had a sack in the Lions’ 34-20 win over Red Level. Teammate Keith Barkley added 10 tackles, including three sacks, for the Houston County defense.
BARRETT PICKERING, HOOVER: Kicked four field goals as the Bucs downed Mountain Brook 19-3.
JACK LANE, PARK CROSSING: Booted two 42-yard field goals and finished with a school record four field goals total in the Thunderbirds’ 19-0 win over Stanhope Elmore.
BAILEY POTTER, SCOTTSBORO: Kicked 9-of-9 extra points in Scottsboro’s 63-21 win over Crossville. The nine PATs extended his current streak to 23 in a row.
EDDIE SOLIS, SCOTTSBORO: The junior blocked a Crossville punt and returned it two yards for a touchdown in the Wildcats’ 63-21 win over the Lions.
TAE PROVENS, MADISON COUNTY: Returned a kick 85 yards for a touchdown and ran for two scores in a 49-12 win over Hatton.
The complete list of games scheduled for Sept. 1-2-3 are listed below. Subscribers can go to www.nfhsnetwork.com to view using the URL addressed provided, and new viewers can go to the same site to subscribe.
NFHS Network Schedule
Livestreamed AHSAA Football Games (Week 2)
Sep 01, 2016 - 6:45 PM
Opelika vs. Carver-Montgomery
Foley vs. Davidson
Sep 01, 2016 - 7:00 PM
Sardis vs. Madison Academy
Sep 02, 2016 - 6:30 PM
Horseshoe Bend vs. Lanett
Saraland vs. Daphne
Mountain Brook vs. Hoover
Sep 02, 2016 - 6:40 PM
Ardmore vs. Brooks
Sep 02, 2016 - 6:45 PM
Enterprise vs. Prattville
Sep 02, 2016 - 7:00 PM
Calhoun vs. Goshen
Cullman vs. Albertville
Ramsay vs. Shades Valley
Shades Valley HS
Hartselle vs. Central-Florence
Lee-Huntsville vs. Russellville
Johnson vs. Sweet Water
Sweet Water HS
Florence vs. Muscle Shoals
Muscle Shoals HS
Sep 03, 2016 - 7:00 PM
Northview vs. Sidney Lanier
Mobile Christian High School has been fined, placed on probation for one year and ordered to forfeit its season-opening varsity football game win and one junior varsity win for violating the AHSAA eligibility rules. The school self-reported the violation.
Mobile Christian played an ineligible student in violation of the “Transfer Rule” specifically “Overlapping School Zone Rule”. The school must forfeit all contests its team won in which the student participated. Mobile Christian forfeited its 49-6 varsity win over Lighthouse Private Christian School of Pensacola, and also forfeited a junior varsity win over Excel.
The probationary period is a warning that other violations of this nature could bring further sanctions against the school.
MONTGOMERY – Steven Crowder was definitely a crowd pleaser for Gardendale High School last week. He had 22 tackles on defense and scored three different ways as the Rockets knocked off James Clemens 26-13. For his efforts Crowder grabs the AHSAA Prep Spotlight for last week’s football action.
The 6-foot-1, 220-pound senior linebacker made the most of his chances for Coach Matt Plunkett’s Rockets (2-0). He scooped up a fumble and returned it 35 yards for one score. He then moved to offense where he scored on a 17-yard run and caught a 13-yard TD pass from quarterback and younger brother Michael Crowder.
Crowder’s performance edged out three explosive offensive efforts in some high-scoring games. LaFayette senior quarterback Jartavious Whitlow, Hewitt-Trussville senior running back Grayson Cash and Brewer quarterback Zack Self combined to account for 20 touchdowns between them.
Whitlow returned the opening kickoff 88 yards to start the game for LaFayette and completed six touchdown passes the rest of the way as the Bulldogs (2-0) beat Loachapoka 48-24. He finished with 328 passing yards, 48 rushing yards and 234 yards on punt and kickoff returns to total 610 all-purpose yards in the win. His TD passes covered 60, 70, 66, 23, 46 and 50 yards.
The senior now has almost 1,100 total yards and ran or thrown for 13 touchdowns this season.
Cash rushed for 255 yards and four touchdowns on 18 carries and caught two passes for 48 yards and two more scores in the Huskies' 78-56 win over Manatee (FL). He also had three kick returns for 99 yards and finished with 402 all-purpose yards on the night.
The 78 points set a school single-game record for Hewitt and head coach Josh Floyd, in his third season after a very successful prep coaching career in Arkansas. The 134 combined points ranks fourth all-time in the AHSAA Record Book behind the Parrish’s 2003 win over Hubbertville 81-58 (139 points total), Slocomb’s 1931 124-12 victory over Houston County (136 points) and Clay-Chalkville’s 85-50 Class 6A playoff win over Scottsboro in 2014.
Brewer’s Self passed for 242 yards and four touchdowns (20, 24, 43, 53 yards) and ran for 134 yards and three scores (22, 7, 13 yards) in a 56-27 win at Westminster Christian. He totaled 356 yards and accounted for seven touchdowns.
Two coaches and one seventh grader also had milestone efforts.
DECATUR’S ADCOCK RECORDS 150TH CAREER WIN: Decatur's Jere Adcock got his 150th career win Thursday night as the Red Raiders thumped Huntsville 42-20 at Milton Frank Stadium. Adcock is now 150-81 in his 21st season at Decatur. The Handley High School and Auburn University graduate’s entire head-coaching career has been at Decatur, where he served as an assistant coach for two years before becoming head coach in 1996.
WICKSBURG PLACE-KICKER EARNS DISTINCTION: Ashton White, a seventh-grader, kicked 6-of-7 extra points in a 56-26 win over Geneva County – which appears to be the AHSAA record for most extra points in a single game kicked by a female.
KELVIS WINS BATTLE OF COACHING BROTHERS: Brandon Crosby threw for 154 yards and three touchdowns (17, 36, 19 yards) and ran for 88 yards, including a 29-yard TD, in a 48-28 win at Tanner as Kelvis White got the coaching win for Mae Jemison High School over his brother Laron White. It was the two brothers’ first head-to-head meeting as head football coaches. Their dad Louis White, who coached both at Courtland, is a member of the AHSAA Hall of Fame.
In other highlights reported for Week 1:
DREW HILL, HORSESHOE BEND: Had 16 carries for 282 yards and four touchdowns in a 55-13 win over Donoho. Teammate Trace Meadows added five carries for 104 yards and two scores.
DHEIR KINSEY, WASHINGTON COUNTY: Rushed for 268 yards and two scores and finished with 297 total yards as Washington County blanked Millry 35-0.
DALLIN WOODLEY, BUCKHORN: Gained 223 yards on 17 carries and scored on runs of 79 and 52 yards in a 35-15 win at Hazel Green. He also caught four passes for 49 yards.
LADARIUS WOODS, DECATUR: Rushed for 250 yards and two touchdowns in a 42-20 win over Huntsville.
DILAN KILPATRICK, FYFFE: Had 15 carries for 193 yards and four touchdowns and also caught a 19-yard TD as Fyffe downed Geraldine 48-14.
GARRETT SANDERS, G.W. LONG: Accounted for five touchdowns – four rushing (2, 6, 47 and 68 yards) and one receiving (32 yards) – in the Rebels’ 54-14 win over Dale County. Sanders finished with 236 total yards with 140 yards coming on 11 carries and 96 yards on three catches.
JORDAN MALIN, WEST END: The senior halfback rushed for 178 yards and four touchdowns on eight carries in the Patriots' 65-42 win over Susan Moore. Teammate Payne Stancil also passed for 187 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 48 yards on four carries and a fifth touchdown. He also opened the night with a perfectly-executed onside kick that set the pace for the high-scoring game.
SPENCER BROWN, MORTIMER JORDAN: Rushed 27 times for 192 yards and five touchdowns as the Blue Devils beat Pelham 42-14.
CHRIS HOOKS, BALDWIN COUNTY: Rushed for 144 yards and three touchdowns on seven carries and was 5-of-6 passing for 75 yards and a TD as the Tigers downed Gulf Shores 44-9. Hooks also had three receptions for 75 yards and a fifth score to finish with 309 yards total offense.
BEN IVEY, SPRING GARDEN: Accounted for five touchdowns (four rushing, one passing) and had an interception on defense in the Class 1A Panthers' 47-12 victory over Class 3A Beulah. The senior rushed for 107 yards on 10 carries and completed both of his pass attempts for 15 yards, including a 13-yard touchdown to senior Joe Rogers.
TUCKER DRISKELL, WICKSBURG: Rushed for 177 yards and passed for 111 yards and two touchdowns in the Panthers’ 56-26 win over Geneva County. He finished with 288 total yards.
DIAMONTE DOUGLAS, LEE-HUNTSVILLE: Ran for 112 yards and two 1-yard touchdowns and was 10-of-16 passing for 120 yards and a TD in a 23-15 win over Grissom.
TAYLOR HAYES, PIEDMONT: The senior ran for 162 yards on 23 carries and scored two touchdowns (11, 18 yards) and passed for 73 yards, including a 48-yard touchdown pass to junior receiver Darien Bossie, in the Bulldogs' 35-21 victory over Cherokee County. Teammate Lee Stanley also rushed for 130 yards on 13 carries, including a 44-yard touchdown run on the Bulldogs' first possession in the second half.
TRE McMILLAN, BAKER: Scored on runs of 35 and 13 yards and caught a 70-yard TD pass as the Hornets downed Vigor 28-16. He had 193 total yards on the night.
PHILLIP BROWN, McADORY: Had 14 carries for 188 yards to lead the Jackets past Dallas County 33-7.
DEMINIO WILLIAMS, SARALAND: Ran 14 times for 171 yards and a TD in a 27-22 win over LeFlore.
C.J. ROBERTS, CARROLL: Ran for 160 yards and four touchdowns on 25 carries in the Eagles’ 49-13 win over Daleville.
CORY THOMAS, ETOWAH: Rushed 28 times for 165 yards and three touchdowns as the Blue Devils downed Madison County 35-10.
AUSTIN SLAYTON, GAYLESVILLE: Ran for 116 yards and two scores, threw for 97 yards and a touchdown, and had an interception on defense in the Trojans' 26-6 victory over Section.
ALARIC WILLIAMS, SOUTHSIDE-GADSDEN: Had 15 carries for 142 yards as the Panthers beat Hokes Bluff 44-29. Southside rushed for 340 yards and had 526 total.
WILL BAILEY, DAR: Completed 13-of-24 passes for 309 yards and for touchdowns as the Patriots defeated Douglas 45-0.
BO NIX, SCOTTSBORO: The sophomore quarterback was 15-of-26 passing for 281 yards and three touchdowns as the Wildcats beat Fort Payne 35-3. The 281 yards ranks second in school history for yards passing in a single game.
COLE WORTHY, GENEVA COUNTY: Was 18-of-31 passing for 332 yards and three touchdowns and added 31 yards rushing in a 56-26 loss to Wicksburg.
ZAC ODEN, MONTEVALLO: Was 13-of-20 passing for 311 yards and four touchdowns as the Bulldogs beat West Blocton 59-34.
HUNTER HILL, NORTH SAND MOUNTAIN: Passed for 304 yards and four touchdowns (14, 15, 54 and 30 yards) in a 32-30 loss to Dade County (GA).
CAMERON BURROUGHS, BLOUNT: The Leopards’ back-up quarterback, subbing for ailing starter Kadarius Toney, completed 12-of-16 passes for 242 yards and three touchdowns as the Leopards rolled to a 49-10 victory over Robertsdale.
HUNTER HOWELL, SPAIN PARK: Was 20-of-23 passing for 215 yards and three touchdowns in the Jaguars’ 35-18 win over Muscle Shoals. He completed his first 10 passes in the first quarter.
GABE PELUSO, WEST MORGAN: Threw for three touchdowns (65, 40, 35 yards) and scored on a 56-yard run as West Morgan (2-0) downed Priceville 42-21. The Rebels, 0-10 last season and 1-19 over the last two years, are off to a much-improved 2-0 start.
WILLIE MILLER, CLAY-CHALKVILLE: Passed for 220 yards and scored two TDs running as the Cougars nipped Bessemer City 33-30. He scored the winning touchdown with 36.3 seconds left to seal the win.
BUBBA THOMPSON, McGILL-TOOLEN: Passed for 228 yards and four touchdowns and also scored on a 70-yard run as the defending 7A state champions nipped Davidson 39-36 in triple overtime.
TREVOR ANDREWS, THEODORE: Was 10-of-19 passing for 272 yards and four touchdowns as the Bobcats (2-0) downed Mary Montgomery 41-20.
BRADY HERRING, REHOBETH: Completed 11-of-15 passes for 216 yards and also rushed for a touchdown in the Rebels' 28-7 win over Slocomb.
DEVIN KIMBROUGH, SPARKMAN: Passed for 156 yards and a TD and rushed for 84 yards and two touchdowns in a 35-19 win over Athens.
RED WILLIAMS, GENEVA COUNTY: Caught eight passes for 223 yards and two touchdowns in the Bulldogs' 56-26 loss to Wicksburg.
AARON BUSH, GLENCOE: The senior receiver snared six passes for 157 yards and a touchdown to help the Yellow Jackets beat Westbrook Christian 35-0.
IMMANUEL DAWSEY, HOUSTON COUNTY: Caught just two passes but turned those into touchdowns covering 81 and 60 yards as the Lions downed Zion Chapel 49-7. He finished with 141 receiving yards.
AUSTIN FREEMAN, SCOTTSBORO: Hauled in three receptions for 130 yards and three touchdowns in a 35-3 win over Fort Payne. He also made six tackles, forced a fumble and intercepted a pass on defense.
DELONTE EVANS, MINOR: Grabbed three receptions for 147 yards and two TDs as the visiting Tigers blanked Central of Carrollton (GA) 54-0. Evans’ TD catches covering 56 and 83 yards.
NICO COLLINS, CLAY-CHALKVILLE: Had seven catches for 147 yards and a TD in as 33-30 win over Bessemer City.
JEREMIAH CHILDS, WESTMINSTER CHRISTIAN: Caught touchdown passes of 57, 69 and 29 yards in a 56-27 loss to Brewer.
BRAXTON ROBINSON, ELBA: Caught seven passes for 85 yards and a touchdown in the Tigers' 36-22 win over Pike County.
C.J. WILLIAMSON, GUNTERSVILLE: Had four receptions for only 43 yards but had three touchdowns in a 23-0 win over Oneonta.
NICK JONES, PRATTVILLE: The Lions senior had 14 tackles, one quarterback hurry and one tackle for a loss as Prattville shut out Stanhope Elmore in the second half to seal a 28-23 win over the rival Mustangs.
AUSTIN WINNINGHAM, SOUTHSIDE-GADSDEN: Had two interceptions on defense and had 142 pass receiving yards on offense with two touchdowns as the Panthers beat Hokes Bluff 44-29.
BRANDON HEARD, HORSESHOE BEND: Recorded 11 tackles with two resulting in losses as the Generals beat Donoho 55-13.
TYE LINDSEY, OPP: Had two interceptions, returning the last one 61 yards for a touchdown on the last play of the game, as the Bobcats beat T.R. Miller 30-20. He also had five tackles and a 45-yard touchdown reception.
JUNIOR TOMAS, WEST END: The senior defensive lineman had 12 tackles, a sack and recovered a fumble in the Patriots' 65-42 win over Susan Moore.
COYNIS MILLER, JACKSON-OLIN: The 6-foot-3, 275-pound junior defensive lineman had seven tackles on defense and scored three times on short runs (3, 3 and 4 yards) in the Mustangs’ goal-line offensive package in a 38-7 win over Central-Tuscaloosa. Teammate T.D. Moultry added 11 tackles for J-O, 2-0 for the first time in 10 years.
KAEDON HARRIS, VALLEY: The Rams’ 300-pound freshman nose guard had two fumble recoveries in a 21-20 win over Russell County. Valley’s defense forced six turnovers (five fumbles and an interception) in the win. Harris now has three fumble recoveries in two games this season.
DALTON DYKES, SLOCOMB: Recorded 14 tackles with two for losses and one for a quarterback sack in a 28-7 loss to Rehobeth.
RICKY HALL, PROVIDENCE CHRISTIAN: Had 18 tackles, including one quarterback sack, in the Eagles' 20-6 win over Samson.
JUSTIN CULVER, SCOTTSBORO: The senior had 10 tackles with two resulting in losses as Scottsboro downed Fort Payne 35-3. Senior teammate Hunter Berrong added nine tackles, including a sack and four other tackles for losses.
NOLAN JOHNSON, SOUTHSIDE-GADSDEN: Kicked a 24-yard field goal as the first half ended to give the Panthers a 16-14 lead and Southside reeled off 23 straight points to post a 44-29 win over Hokes Bluff.
HENRY RUGGS, LEE-MONTGOMERY: Had four kickoff returns for 117 yards and four catches for 90 yards and a TD as the Generals beat Park Crossing 51-44.
Bob Jones High School senior running back Brad Anderson grabbed the AHSAA Prep Spotlight for Zero Week with a performance of a lifetime as the 2016 prep football season kicked off officially last weekend.
Anderson had a 99-yard touchdown run in the second half of a 35-14 win over Dorman, S.C., at Madison City Stadium to join an elite group of only 11 before him AHSAA prep football history. Then a few minutes later, he did it again – becoming what is believed to the first high school football player in the nation to accomplish such a feat twice in one game. The NFHS does not list records for long plays. None of the other 11 listed in the AHSAA Record Book had two 99-yard runs from scrimmage in their careers.
The Bob Jones 5-foot-8, 170-pound senior finished the game with 17 carries for 310 yards and three touchdowns.
Also, no player in AHSAA history has had two touchdown runs of 99 yards in the same game. In fact, only one other player has been reported with two TD runs over 90 yards, Reayundo Sturdivant accomplished the feat in 2002 with TD runs of 90 and 92 yards in a 46-14 Sumter County win over Francis Marion.
The last player to enter the AHSAA record books with a 99-yard rush attempt was Westminster Christian’s Jared Smith in a 21-12 win over Oneonta in 2015. Collinsville’s Jalyn Martin had a 99-yard TD run in 2014 in the Panthers’ 41-24 victory over Cedar Bluff. The first player listed with the feat is Joseph Hutto of East Lawrence in a 22-12 victory over Madison County in 1992 – 24 years ago.
The first week’s action was highlighted with special commemorations at Prattville and Foley high schools that honored two of the state’s all-time favorite high school football standouts.
KENNY STABLER NUMBER RETIRED: At Foley, the high school jersey number (12) of recent NFL Hall of Fame inductee, the late Kenny Stabler, became the first number in school history to be retired. The ceremony took place prior to the Lions’ 41-14 season-opening win over Robertsdale Aug. 19.
Stabler, Foley’s quarterback from 1961 through 1963 when the Lions rolled to a 29-1 record and a 23-game winning streak, went on to a standout career at Alabama and in the NFL. He succumbed to colon cancer in 2015. Several members of his family attended Friday night's ceremony, which in addition to the number retirement, included a Hometown Hall of Fame program presented by the Pro Football Hall of Fame and Ford Motor Company.
After Foley's current No. 12, Garrett Mayo, completes his prep career, no Lion will wear the jersey again, according to school officials.
"I've never played a down of football in my life, but I do know how special this place was to our dad," Alexa Stabler Adams, one of Stabler's three daughters, said at the ceremony. "Foley was home. Foley gave Dad the skills to perform at the highest level. It gave Dad the relationships that carried him to Tuscaloosa, to Oakland, to New Orleans, to Houston and, ultimately, back here.”
PRATTVILLE NAMES FIELD IN HONOR OF KEVIN TURNER: Prior to Prattville’s season-opening 55-53 setback to Wetumpka at Stanley-Jensen Stadium Friday night, Prattville High School named the field in honor of former Lions’ standout Kevin Turner. And in what is believed to be a “first,” PHS also named the sideline in front of the Prattville team in honor of longtime local sportswriter, team statistician and PHS historian Jimmy White, 82, who died earlier this year. White wrote a sports column locally for many years for the Prattville Progress and covered all PHS sports events for more than 60 years. , The City of Prattville honored Mr. White by painting his name along with the logo of his beloved Boston Red Sox on the spot where he followed his Lions for over six decades.
Turner, whose life has been documented by HBO, attended Prattville High School where he played on the 1984 Class 6A state championship team. He went on to play at Alabama and in the NFL from 1992-99. Turner, diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) referred to as Lou Gehrig's disease, in 2010, and died last March. The Kevin Turner Foundation now offers education and support for other ALS victims.
In other highlights from Zero Week:
JATARVIOUS WHITLOW, LAFAYETTE: Rolled up 425 yards total offense, including 279 yards rushing and 146 passing, as the Bulldogs beat Dadeville 44-29. Whitlow rushed for four scores and passed for another.
JORDAN STOVER, HARTSELLE: Ran for 273 yards on 25 carries and scored twice as the Tigers beat I-65 rival Cullman 27-17.
DONTE EDWARDS, DAVIDSON: Rushed for 266 yards and three touchdowns on 18 carries as Davidson opened the season with a 35-28 win over Daphne. Edwards’ first TD came in a 90-yard drive on the first play from scrimmage.
ALARIC WILLIAMS, SOUTHSIDE-GADSDEN: The senior running back had 237 combined yards and five touchdowns in the Panthers' 48-33 victory over Etowah. Williams rushed 17 times for 187 and four TDs and caught three passes for 50 yards and another score.
QUENTIN YOUNG, CLAY-CHALKVILLE: Rushed for a school record 292 yards on 25 carries and scored four touchdowns (1, 21, 64, 32 yards) in the Cougars' 53-48 win over Florence. Young's last touchdown regained the lead for the Cougars late in the come-from-behind win.
TREVELL SMITH, HOUSTON COUNTY: Rushed for 212 yards and four touchdowns from his tailback position and added 10 tackles on defense to help the Lions beat Cottonwood 35-14 and end a 24-game losing streak, the second longest in the state.
MITCHELL BESS, HOUSTON ACADEMY: Rushed for 201 yards and three touchdowns on 22 carries as the Raiders downed Geneva County 28-19.
JONATE COTTON, NEW HOPE: Sparked the Indians to a 15-6 win over Westminster Christian with 199 yards rushing and s 41-yard touchdown run. He also anchored the defense at linebacker.
NICK PHILLIPS, WILSON: Ran for a career-high 193 yards on 29 carries with an 11-yard TD run as Wilson beat Sheffield 17-14.
SAM EVERETTE, MOUNTAIN BROOK: Ran for 191 yards on 18 carries and scored three touchdowns as the Spartans beat Gulf Shores 56-6.
JORDAN JEFFERY, PISGAH: The senior rushed for 190 yards on 11 carries, scored three touchdowns (9, 80 and 20 yards) and two 2-point conversions in a 48-0 win over Section.
ZALON REYNOLDS, CHELSEA: Ran for 183 yards on 29 carries as the Hornets beat Oak Mountain 49-33. Reynolds scored four rushing touchdowns as Chelsea beat Oak Mountain for the first time in five tries.
REED BLANKENSHIP, WEST LIMESTONE: The senior rushed for 101 yards on 11 carries, and threw a 55-yard touchdown late in the game that led to the winning 2-point conversion in a 15-14 win over Tanner. It was the Wildcats’ first win over the Rattlers since 1999 and snapped a four-game losing streak to the Limestone County foe.
ALLEN VINSON, FALKVILLE: Had 170 yards rushing and three scores, but his biggest play came on defense when he made the tackle on Decatur Heritage’s 2-point conversion try late in the game to seal a 20-19 win.
SAM McALPINE, HALEYVILLE: Was 21-of-31 passing for 341 yards and a TD as the Lions recorded their first win over Deshler since 1975 with the 35-12 decision. The Tigers had won 11 straight during that stretch. The two schools’ previous meeting came in 2007 with Deshler winning 44-0.
CONNOR ADAIR, HEWITT-TRUSSVILLE: Completed 27-of-34 passes for 340 yards and two touchdowns in his debut as the Huskies’ starter in a 33-25 comeback win over Montgomery Bell Academy in Nashville. His TD passes covered 70 and 26 yards.
MONTE TURNER, FLORENCE: Passed for 311 yards and a career-high five touchdowns and ran for a sixth score in a 53-48 loss to Clay-Chalkville. His TD passes covered 27, 17, 22, 25 and 49 yards.
SWIFT LYLE, ST. PAUL’S EPISCOPAL: Was 20-of-31 passing for 314 yards and two touchdowns as the defending Class 5A state champions beat Fairhope 41-14. It was Lyle’s debut as the starting QB.
WILL APPLETON, ALBERTVILLE: The quarterback led the Aggies to a 42-13 win over Columbia with 14 rush attempts for 130 yards and 13-of-24 passing for 186 yards and three scores for 316 total yards.
CAM TAYLOR, PRATTVILLE: Combined for 305 yards passing and seven touchdowns (4 passing, 3 rushing) in the 55-53 loss to Wetumpka.
TAYLOR HAYES, PIEDMONT: Scored the game-winning touchdown with 22.1 seconds remaining, lifting the defending Class 3A state champion Bulldogs to a 29-22 victory over Cedartown, Ga. Hayes rushed for 73 yards on 17 carries with the score. He also completed 7-of-11 pass attempts for 105 yards and two touchdowns (6 and 49 yards).
PRESTON HERRING, ARITON: Was 10-of-11 passing for 200 yards and two TDs in a 33-26 win over McKenzie.
ETHAN WILSON, ANDALUSIA: Rushed for 80 yards and a score on nine carries and was 13-of-20 passing for 189 yards and another score as the Bulldogs beat Brooks 34-13.
COLE FREDERICK, HILLCREST-TUSCALOOSA: Completed 12-of-17 passes for 177 yards and three touchdowns and also rushed for 27 yards in a 42-7 Champions Challenge win over Demopolis at Cramton Bowl. All his yardage came in the first half.
KADARIUS TONEY, BLOUNT: Rushed for 101 yards on nine carries with TD runs of 73 and 11 yards and completed 13-of-25 passes for 181 yards and a TD as the Bobcats beat Vigor 29-20 in the ‘Battle of Prichard’.
CASEY BAYNES, TALLASSEE: In his first start at quarterback, Baynes completed 7-of-8 passes for 180 yards and a 27-yard TD in a 25-0 win over Russell County. He also rushed for 90 yards and a 31-yard TD scamper on 13 carries.
TAYILOR GOVER, EUFAULA: The 15-year-old freshman completed 12-of-14 passes for 199 yards and three touchdowns in his first start with the game-winning TD coming on a 24-yard TD pass to break a tie with 7:44 left as Eufaula beat Early County (GA) 27-13.
KOLBY BRAGWELL, RED BAY: Completed the game-winning 15-yard TD pass to Ricky Thompson with 30 seconds to play as the Tigers beat Colbert Heights 33-26.
KAPE McRAE, ARITON: Hauled in five pass receptions for 153 yards and two touchdowns in a 33-26 Ariton win over McKenzie.
CAL TAYLOR, HALEYVILLE: Caught five passes for 150 yards in a 35-12 win over
JOE GREEN, EUFAULA: Caught seven passes for 126 yards and two touchdowns in the Tigers' 27-13 win over Early County (GA).
BAILEY DEMPSEY, J.B. PENNINGTON: Had 164 all-purpose yards, including three catches for 73 yards and three touchdowns, in a season-opening 40-0 victory over Brindley Mountain. He also had four tackles on defense.
JERMAINE ELY, B.C. RAIN: Recovered two fumbles and returned both for scores in a 41-0 win over Chickasaw. His first score covered 55 yards and the second 42. Ely also had 12 tackles and recovered as third Chickasaw fumble for the contest.
KADE LUCIOUS and DEMAREOUS SMITH, ROGERS: Each returned fumbles for touchdowns as Rogers forced seven turnovers en route to a 27-12 win over Lauderdale County. Lucius returned a fumble 55 yards, and Smith returned a fumble 28 yards for a touchdown.
MATTHEW RAINEY, BROOKS: Had 14 tackles in a 34-13 Champions Challenge loss to Andalusia.
DARIUS JONES, ENTERPRISE: Recorded six tackles with four resulting in losses and also had two quarterback pressures as the Wildcats downed Dothan 38-12.
RICKY HALL, PROVIDENCE CHRISTIAN: Was in on 17 tackles, including 11 solos--two for losses and one for a quarterback sack, during a 22-6 loss to Alabama Christian.
JOSH SULLIVAN, ARITON: Registered 12 tackles, one for a loss, in Ariton's 33-26 win over McKenzie.
CARLTON MARTIAL, McGILL-TOOLEN: Had 12 tackles, including two sacks and another stop for a loss, as the defending Class 7A state champions beat defending 6A champs Spanish Fort 24-3.
LEVON FLETCHER, RANDOLPH: Swiped two interceptions as the Raiders forced nine turnovers in a 28-2 win over Brewer.
DEVIN MARCH, HOUSTON COUNTY: Had 11 tackles, including three quarterback sacks, in a 35-14 in that snapped the Lions’ 24-game losing streak. Teammate Keith Barkley recorded eight tackles with a sack and fumble recovery in the win.
BEN ABERCROMBIE, HOOVER: Had 11 tackles and teammate Kholbe Coleman had eight stops plus an interception he returned 51 yards to set up a score as the Bucs beat Central-Phenix City 23-7.
JARED LOWE, COTTONWOOD: Recorded 11 stops a 35-14 loss to Houston County. Don Mathis also had 10 tackles for the Bears.
MARCUS SHELTON, BESSEMER CITY: Had eight tackles, including five sacks, as the Tigers limited Central-Tuscaloosa to minus-15 yards rushing in the first half of the 26-0 shutout win.
DAMARIUS FARMER, SPAIN PARK: Intercepted a Gadsden City pass on the Titans’ final play of the game to seal Spain Park’s 21-17 victory.
JARIOUS UPSHAW, CENTRAL-PHENIX CITY: Had 10 tackles in the Red Devils’ 23-7 Champions Challenge loss to Hoover.
ELLIS DYKES, HOUSTON ACADEMY: Had an interception at the 7-yard line in the fourth quarter and a fumble recovery in the first half during the Raiders' 28-19 win over Geneva County.
JEREMY AMBURGERY, DALE COUNTY: Blocked two punts, one that teammate Josh Mauldin returned for a touchdown, during the Warriors' 14-6 loss to Headland.
BARRETT PICKERING, HOOVER: Booted three field goals in the second half as Hoover beat Central-Phenix City 23-7 in the Champions Challenge at Cramton Bowl. Pickering also kicked two extra points in the second quarter to finish with 11 points. He also punted four times for a 35.6-yard average.
ETHAN DELAY, LYNN: Sparked the Bears’ 66-0 win over Brilliant by returning a punt 57 yards for a touchdown. He also had six carries for 192 yards and four more scores in the win.
AHKIM WALDEN, DOTHAN: Kicked field goals of 32 and 42 yards in Dothan's 38-12 loss to Enterprise.
JAYDEN WASHINGTON, LEEDS: Returned a second-half touchdown 98 yards as the defending Class 4A state champions beat Lincoln 21-7. He also had a rushing touchdown.
MADISON – Bob Jones High School senior running back Brad Anderson joined an elite group Friday night as the Patriots beat visiting Dorman, S.C. 35-14 in the season opener at Madison.
Anderson, 5-foot-8 and 170 pounds, became just the 12th player in AHSAA history to race 99 yards for a touchdown on a rush attempt. Before the night was over, however, he joined another elite group – of one – when he sped 99 yards for a second touchdown on another from scrimmage. He finished the game with 17 carries for 310 yards and three touchdowns.
No player in AHSAA history has had two touchdown runs of 99 yards in the same game. In fact, only one other player has been reported with two TD runs over 90 yards , Reayundo Sturdivant accomplished the feat in 2002 with TD runs of 90 and 92 yards in a 46-14 win over Francis Marion.
The last player to enter the AHSAA record books with a 99-yard rush attempt was Westminster Christian’s Jared Smith in a 21-12 win over Oneonta in 2015. Collinsville’s Jalyn Martin had a 99-yard TD run in 2014 in the Panthers’ 41-24 victory over Cedar Bluff.
Those prior to Anderson listed in the AHSAA record book with 99-yard runs include:
99 Jared Smith, Westminster Christian (21) vs. Oneonta (12), 2015
99 Jalyn Martin, Collinsville (41) vs. Cedar Bluff (24), 2014
99 Demarcus Bennette, John Essex (6) vs. Sumter Central (54), 2011
99 Kendarius Fritts, Linden (51) vs. Autaugaville (0), 2009
99 Brett Moore, Cottonwood (30) vs. Dale County (13), 2009
99 Rodney Ellis, Keith (32) vs. Highland Home (6), 2009
99 Anthony Moore, Oxford vs. Erwin, 2005
99 Ryan Powers, Tanner (41) vs. Phil Campbell (8), 2005
99 James Bryant, John Essex (28) vs. Sunshine (22), 2003
99 Tadere White, Keith (46) vs. R. C. Hatch (8), 2003
99 Joseph Hutto, East Lawrence (22) vs. Madison County (12), 1992
Source: AHSAA Record Book