He completed 17-of-26 passes for a school-record 443 yards and had five touchdown passes as the Bears downed Hubbertville 42-13. Meeks has now thrown for 1,616 yards and 23 touchdowns this season with just two interceptions. His TD connects Friday covered 65, 31, 85 and 10 yards.
Gavin Calder, Ardmore
He rushed for 338 yards with five touchdowns on 36 carries and threw an 80-yard touchdown pass to lead a 47-40 win over Priceville.
Rodney Camp, Phillips
He rushed 13 times for 153 yards and two touchdowns and completed 18-of-35 passes for 358 yards and four scores in a 74-48 win over Vina. He also ran two two-point conversions and passed for five more. On defense he made seven tackles, caused one fumble and recovered another.
The junior quarterback completed 12-of-21 passes for 363 yards and three touchdowns in a 47-7 victory over Mary Montgomery. His favorite target was senior Janwaski Davis, who had five receptions for 178 yards and three touchdowns.
Coming back after being sidelined five quarters with an ankle injury, Wallace was eight-of-12 passing for 181 yards and a touchdown and also ran three times for 18 yards and two more touchdowns in a 55-15 win over Northview.
The junior quarterback passed for three touchdowns and ran 54 yards for another in a 42-0 drubbing of Cottage Hill Christian. His touchdown passes covered 54, 64 and 68 yards. He has now accounted for 21 touchdowns this season--12 rushing and nine passing - for the undefeated Hurricanes.
He completed 12-of-24 passes for 275 yards and two touchdowns in a 33-10 win over Sylacauga.
DeShawn Moore, Collinsville
The junior wide receiver/defensive back intercepted a fourth-quarter pass and returned it 95 yards to set up the winning touchdown as Collinsville edged Cedar Bluff 26-20 in a matchup of the Class 1A, Region 7 co-leaders. He also caught three passes for 60 yards, including a 39-yard touchdown in the second half.
Cody Staten, Dora
He rushed for 223 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries to lead the Bulldogs past Corner 55-10. Staten had touchdown runs of 32 and 50 yards and has now rushed for 438 yards and six touchdowns in the last two games.
He rushed for 259 yards on 25 carries and accounted for all six touchdowns in the Warhawks' 41-23 win over Geneva. Burks had five touchdowns rushing (16, 7, 54, 53, 6) and added an 82-punt return for a touchdown.
Clayton Daniel, Guntersville
He rushed for 197 yards on 12 carries with touchdown runs of 54, 51 and 13 yards. He also connected with Will Looney on a 58-yard touchdown strike in a 35-19 win over previously unbeaten Fairview.
He had seven catches for 167 yards with a 35-yard touchdown reception, all in one half, in a 37-15 win over Huntsville.
Corey Perkins, Rehobeth
He rushed for 248 yards and three touchdowns (2, 4 and 8 yards) in the Rebels' 34-26 win over Booker T. Washington.
Marquese Banks, W.S. Neal
He scored on runs of 1, 7, 2 and 80 yards to lead Blue Eagles to a 55-14 homecoming victory over Monroe County to snap a 20-game W.S. Neal losing streak.
He rushed nine times for 186 yards and touchdowns of 39, 72 and 29 yards in a 38-7 win over Plainview. Pee helped the Lions break a 10-game losing streak in the series. It was Sardis' first win over Plainview since 1988.
He ran for 200 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries in a 44-38 victory over Marengo. His TD runs covered 16, 17 and 48 yards. He also caught a 67-yard touchdown pass.
In the Rebels' 41-14 win over Wicksburg, Davis, 6-foot, 230-pound fullback, rushed for 153 yards and four touchdowns (1, 71, 1, 1). Walker rushed for 150 yards and one touchdown (29) on 15 carries and Payne had two interceptions on defense, threw a 21-yard touchdown pass to his brother Chase and also rushed for 63 yards.
Jomarco McCants, Smiths Station
He ran for 240 yards on 24 carries and scored three touchdowns in the Panthers’ 34-28 double-overtime victory over Enterprise.
Ty Proctor, Shelby County
He needed only 10 rushes to pile up 254 yards and three touchdowns (17, 38, 50 yards) as the Wildcats topped Moody 44-14.
He carried 15 times for 232 yards with touchdown runs covering 35, 54 and 74 yards and also had a nine-yard scoring pass and a 75-yard kickoff return as the Wildcats beat Westminster Christian 54-13.
Burks accounted for 218 yards on just seven touches (rushing and receiving) with two touchdowns and Lindsey accounted for five touchdowns in the Tigers' 39-14 win over Highland Home. Burks caught four passes for 141 yards with a score and rushed only three times for 77 yards and a score. Lindsey rushed for four touchdowns (3, 40, 2, 11) and had an 78-yard interception return for a TD. He finished with 126 yards rushing on 13 carries and had one reception for 15 yards on offense. The duo had four other touchdowns totaling 279 yards (74-yard kickoff return, 83-punt return, 56-yard run, 56-yard pass) called back on penalties.
Ben Johnson, Marion County
He intercepted three passes and had five tackles as the Raiders beat Parrish 35-13. Three teammates each rushed more than 100 yards as Marion County piled up 465 yards on the ground. Sean Wallace was the leader with 142 yards and one touchdown on 12 carries, Justin Sanderson added 129 yards and two scores on 23 carries, and Dorryl Swannigan added 101 yards and two TDs on 13 tries. DeShawn Riebesehl was right behind with 93 yards on 15 attempts.
The sophomore ran for 259 yards and five touchdowns on 21 carries as the Wildcats beat South Lamar 66-8. He also scored twice on two-point conversion runs.
The senior quarterback/linebacker finished with 15 tackles and set up a touchdown by forcing a fumble early in the second half as the Red Devils downed Geraldine 32-10. Wellington also carried 15 times for 72 yards and two touchdowns (3 and 1 yards) and completed five-of-seven passes for 61 yards.
J.P. Curren, Shades Mountain Christian
He had touchdown runs of 32 and 35 yards to go with a 70-yard interception return as the Eagles won their first game of the season with a 41-19 win over Holy Spirit Catholic.
Lamarcus Adair, Zion Chapel
He scored on a 10-yard run and threw a 46-yard touchdown pass, both in the fourth quarter, to rally the Rebels from 14-6 down to a 19-14 win over New Brockton. Adair also threw a 43-yard touchdown pass in the game and the quarterback also rushed for 112 yards on 18 carries, while earning seven tackles on defense.
Zack Magnusson, Fort Payne
The junior safety finished with nine tackles (five solo), intercepted two passes and had a key kickoff return as the Wildcats downed Boaz 45-6. Magnusson returned a kickoff 39 yards to the Boaz 39, setting up the go-ahead touchdown.
Reid Brooks, Brother Yelverton, Hunter McEntire, Houston Academy
The trio combined on 38 tackles, including eight for losses plus a caused fumble in the Raiders' 38-14 win over Cottonwood. Brooks had 14 tackles, including 10 solos, and three tackles for losses. Yelverton had 15 tackles, nine solos, a tackle for a loss and a caused fumble that was returned for a touchdown by a teammate. McEntire had eight tackles, four for losses.
Chris Harris, East Limestone
He returned one of his two interceptions for a 31-yard touchdown and also scored rushing touchdowns of six and 19 yards in a 34-13 win over Lee-Huntsville.
Zac Sanders, Providence Christian
He caught a game-winning 24-yard touchdown pass with 2:09 left then caused a fumble on the ensuing kickoff which Providence recovered, helping the Eagles rally for a 19-18 win over Barbour County. Sanders also caught one other pass for 10 yards and had six tackles on defense.
Martin Henderson, Elba
The Tiger linebacker was in on 14 tackles, including nine solos, and had a quarterback sack in Elba's 39-14 win over Highland Home.
Yannick Wildraut, St. Paul's
The sophomore kicker nailed a 35-yard field goal midway through the fourth quarter to lift the Saints to a 10-8 victory over Vigor.
He kicked three field goals, one extra point and passed for a two-point conversion in the Wildcats’ 24-3 win over Montgomery Catholic to become just the second place-kicker in AHSAA history to make 40 field goals in a prep career. He is three shy of the state career record set by Philip Doyle of Huffman in 1986.
Greg Parker, Bayside Academy
He returned a kickoff 95 yards for momentum-stealing touchdown in the third quarter, pushing the Admirals to a 35-28 victory over Washington County in a battle of 3A unbeatens.
Keion Smith, T.R. Miller
He intercepted a pass with eight seconds to go at his own three to preserve a 14-6 victory over Clarke County.
Greg Jones, Murphy
The senior linebacker intercepted a pass in the final minute to stop Baker's comeback bid in a 14-7 win over Baker.
He had 10 tackles and blocked two punts in a 13-10 loss to Minor.
He had eight tackles and three sacks in a 54-8 win over Parker.
He had 14 tackles and two sacks in a 17-14 loss to Vestavia Hills.
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