By David Holtsford, AHSAA
Photo courtesy of The Sports Ledger
Display of Compassion Grabs AHSAA Football Spotlight
MONTGOMERY – Albertville High School honored the memory of teammate Julius “JJ” Staten prior to last week’s game versus Florence High School. Staten died on Labor Day in a car accident. The awesome display of compassion – by both teams – captures this week’s AHSAA Football Spotlight for Week 2 of the 2023 football season. Newspaper accounts described the ceremony. The Aggies’ cheerleaders and fans wore shirts with his number (58). Some students in the student section wore baby blue paint, his favorite color, and had his initials painted on their backs. The Albertville team captains took his jersey with them to the pre-game coin toss at midfield, and the players hugged his mother Christine Wiley prior to the game. She joined them later on the sidelines to encourage her son’s teammates, who wore the number 58 decal on their helmets. Coaches wore buttons with his jersey number. And on the first snap of the game, players brought his jersey back onto the field and placed it at his noseguard position. Florence’s team took a delay of game to honor their opponents’ grief, and the penalty was declined. “It's a tough thing to lose such a good friend and teammate,” Albertville head coach William Browne said. “Our kids I think responded, and I'm very proud of them."
Florence went on to win the Class 7A, Region 4 contest 28-6. However, the compassion and love that shined in J.J. Staten’s memory proved to be a “winning” moment that touched everyone in attendance. Among the on-the-field performances that share the AHSAA Spotlight this week, Winston County High School junior Rakim Moore proved to be the ultimate triple threat for Coach Chris Simmons’ Yellow Jackets. The 5-foot-10, 155-pound running back rolled up 388 total yards in last week’s 62-28 victory over Carbon Hill – scoring three touchdowns three different ways.
Moore had 19 carries for 181 rushing yards and one TD, caught four passes for 132 yards and another TD and completed a 75-yard pass for another score. Winston County (2-1) averaged gaining 19.4 yards each time he touched the ball. Teammate and quarterback Landon Kelley, a 6-1, 170-pound sophomore, accounted for six touchdowns in the win, three rushing and three passing, and 357 total yards. The Yellow Jackets’ quarterback was 9-of-12 passing for 256 yards and rushed seven times for 111 yards. Senior receiver Eli Moore was on the receiving end of five pass completions for 193 yards and scored two TDs. He also rushed once for 30 yards giving him 223 total yards. Between the trio, they combined for 968 yards – albeit some of the yardage belonging to all of them. Winston County opens up Class 2A, Region 5 play this week against unbeaten Sulligent (3-0) at Double Springs Friday night. The Blue Devils are 1-0 in the seven-team region after beating Carbon Hull 62-28 last week. Two other outstanding efforts from West Morgan’s Jalen Fletcher and Tuscaloosa Academy’s Preston Lancaster joined Moore and his Winston County pals in this week’s AHSAA Spotlight. Fletcher accounted for seven touchdowns and 350 yards total offense as the Rebels, coached by Drew Phillips, beat Brooks 83-53. He had 21 carries for 244 yards and five TDs and caught two passes for 110 yards and one score as Class 4A West Morgan (3-0) set a school record for most points scored in a single game. Brooks quarterback Garrett Burrough had a career game completing 18-of-27 passes for 491 yards and six touchdowns. Receiver Noah Gregg had eight catches for the Lions for 238 yards and three TDs and ran 70 yards for another score. The 136 points scored by both teams tied for fourth on the AHSAA all-time single-game list. The record (146) was set by Childersburg (82) and Central Coosa (64) in a 2016 game. Parrish, now closed, beat Hubbertville 81-58 in 2003 and Central-Florence edged Westminster Christian 70-69 last year to tie for second most with 139 points in each contest. Brooks and West Morgan’s 136 points tied Decatur Heritage (76) and Ragland (60) in a 2021 Class 1A playoff game, and Slocomb (124) vs. Houston County (12) in a 1931 game, according to the AHSAA Record Book, which can be found online at www.ahsaa.com on the football page. Class 2A Tuscaloosa Academy’s Lancaster was 18-of-34 passing for 435 yards and four touchdowns as the Knights of Coach Josh Knight downed Aliceville 44-23, also in Class 2A, Region 5. He rushed for two short touchdowns in the win. Tuscaloosa Academy and Winston County are set to play Oct. 13 at Double Springs. Other top performances reported from Week 2: MILESTONES NY’QUAVIUS GREEN, TANNER: Returned an interception for a touchdown as the Rattlers beat Tharptown 74-8 – just one of eight picks by the Tanner defense. The eight interceptions tied the AHSAA state record for most swipes in a single game. Talladega County Central set the mark originally with eight in a 25-14 win over White Plains in 1999. According to the AHSAA Record Book. Teammate Darrell Howard also returned a fumble for a TD in the Rattlers’ victory. Green also scored on runs of 48, 4, 7,3, 29 and 4 yards in the win. JACOBI EDMONDSON, SCOTTSBORO: The sophomore fullback, filling in for injured starter Keelan Alvarez, responded with 242 yards rushing on 14 carries and scored three touchdowns as the Wildcats (3-0) opened Class 5A, Region 7 play with a 63-38 win over Boaz. Scottsboro set a new school single-game rushing record (562 yards) in the win. Edmondson’s 242 yards rank 11th best in school history as well. Scottsboro rushed for nine touchdowns, also a school record, and had 650 total yards – second best in the Wildcats’ history. Place-kicker Cole Raeuchle, a sophomore, was 9-of-9 on PAT kicks and extended his current streak to 31 in a row. He is 22-of-22 this season and 55-of-57 for his career. CARLOS BENJAMIN, JR., VIGOR: Benjamin gained 198 yards on 14 carries for 198 yards and four touchdowns – including a 99-yard touchdown run – and the Wolves held on to beat Citronelle in overtime 28-27. The 99-yard run from scrimmage tied the AHSAA state record for longest TD run in history. BRANDON MUSCH, WESTMINSTER CHRISIAN: Completed 23-of 26 passes for 257 yards and four touchdowns and ran 17 times for 205 yards and four TDs in a 56-35 win over North Jackson. He finished with 462 total yards.
SAM PEEK, WOODVILLE: Ran for 174 yards and three touchdowns, and passed for 127 yards and a TD in a 38-27 win over Cedar Bluff. The victory was the first in school history for the Panthers and first-year head coach Joel Poole over the Tigers in 16 games. Woodville played its first season of football in 2006. Cedar Bluff has outscored the Panthers 860-153 overall 833-115 over the first 16 wins. RICKIE WILLIAMS, MONTGOMERY-CATHOLIC: Returned an interception 65 yards for a touchdown, and teammate Garrett Sanford ran a pick-6 back 57 yards for another defensive score as the Knights beat B.T. Washington 56-6 for their 28th straight regular-season win. The victory was also the 27th region triumph in a row.
RUSHING LOGAN FOWLER, WICKSBURG: Managed 259 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries to lead the Panthers past Zion Chapel 30-14. JAYLEN MBAKWE, CLAY-CHALKVILLE: Had 258 yards total offense and accounted for four touchdowns in the Cougars’ 46-7 win over Pell City. He had scoring runs of 26, 59 and 2 yards and passed for a 44-yard TD in one half of play. KEVIN RILEY, TUSCALOOSA COUNTY: The workhorse running back ran 32 times for 250 yards and two touchdowns in a 42-21 win over Chelsea. ALVIN HENDERSON, ELBA: Rushed for 229 yards on just seven carries with five touchdowns on runs of 22, 10, 36, 25 and 69 yards in a 49-14 win over Houston County.
CARLIN LONG, LEE-HUNTSVILLE: Ran for 228 yards on 20 carries and three touchdowns in a 46-21 win over Hazel Green.
ANTHONY HAYES, Jr., EXCEL: Hayes, who started the last 12 games for Excel on the offensive line in 2022, made the switch to running back this season for Coach Jason Phillips making the most of his opportunity in the Panthers’ 28-26 Class 3A, Region 1 opener. Hayes had 18 carries for 226 yards and three rushing TDs to key the win. KINGSTON TOLBERT, GENEVA: Piled up 215 yards rushing with touchdown tuns of 37 and 35 yards in the Panthers’ 46-41 win over Slocomb. He finished with 250 all-purpose yards. BRYSON HUGHES, G.W. LONG: Rushed for 199 yards and three touchdowns and passed for 155 yards with a touchdown as the Rebels rolled to a 35-0 Class 2A, Region 2 win over Samson.
CARLOS MANN, GERALDINE: Had 16 carries for 196 yards and two touchdowns in a 35-3 Class 3A, Area 6 win over Plainview. Teammate Jaxon Colvin also rushed for three TDs. JACOB CORNEJO, CHEROKEE COUNTY: Accumulated 195 rushing yards on 20 carries and scored twice as the Warriors (3-0) blanked Good Hope 35-0 in Class 4A, Region 6. E.J. GOSS, HANDLEY: Ran for 188 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries as the Tigers beat Jacksonville in a battle of unbeatens 32-24 in Class 4A Region 4. CAM PHINIZEE, RUSSELLVILLE: Had 16 carries for 187 yards and five touchdowns in a 37-7 win over Lawrence County in Class 5A, Region 8.
DAVID ORTIZ-RAMERIZ, ALABAMA CHRISTIAN: Rushed for 187 yards and one TD on 20 carries and teammate A.C. Walters added 140 yards and three scores on 22 rush attempts as the Eagles beat Lynn 30-20. KLETE MEADOWS, COTTONWOOD: Rushed for 186 yards and three touchdowns on 16 carries, and teammate Braylon Morris added 157 yards and three scores on 18 carries as the Bears beat Abbeville 50-14. BRAXTON SALSTER, PLEASANT VALLEY: Rushed for 181 yards and one TD on 15 carries in raiders’ 34-14 win over West End. RYKELUS ROBERTSON, VINCENT: Had just six carries but managed 167 rushing yards and three touchdowns as the Yellow Jackets downed Central Coosa 57-0. BLAIN BARRON, HOKES BLUFF: Had 18 carries for 166 yards and two scores in the Eagles’ 47-7 win over Glencoe. JACOB LINDSEY, ASBURY: Ran for 158 yards and two touchdowns and completed 5-of-14 passes for 95 yards and a third TD to lead his team to an 18-12 victory over Brindlee Mountain. He also punted four times for a 34-yard average and made four tackles on defense in the win.
PASSING TYLER PIERCE, BOAZ: Had a 24-of-41 passing performance for 400 yards and four touchdowns in the Pirates’ 63-38 Class 5A, Region 7 loss to Scottsboro. He had TD passes of 47 and 44 yards to JaKai Hudgins, 34 yards to Wade Dobbins, and 9 yards to Bo Brock. JOSH FLOWERS, BAKER: The quarterback rolled up 358 total yards and three touchdowns as the Hornets broke a school record for points in a 66-28 win over Davidson. Flowers scored on runs of 3 and 57 yards and connected with Kevin Beckham on a 38-yard score.
GARRETT AMES, MORTIMER JORDAN: Completed 14-of-21 passes for 323 yards and four touchdowns and had nine carries for 53 yards and a fifth TD in the Blue Devils’ 58-21 win over Class 6A, Region 6 rival Gardendale.
PARK COOK, MONTGOMERY ACADEMY: Led the Eagles to 38-18 win over Bullock County in Class 4A, Region 2 with a 12-of-20 passing effort for 319 yards and four touchdowns. TERRELL RUSSELL, CARVER-MONTGOMERY: Directed the Wolverines to a 27-0 win over Park Crossing in Class 6A, Region 2 with 312 yards passing and three touchdowns on a 23-of-34 performance. ANDREW ALFORD, CENTRAL-PHENIX CITY: Led the Red Devils to a 48-7 win over Enterprise in Class 7A, Region 2 with a 10-of-21 passing performance for 296 yards and three TDs. He currently leads the AHSAA in passing after three games with 51-of-74 completions for 1,029 yards and 13 scores. He has thrown just one interception and is averaging 343 yards passing a game. BROWNING ANDERSON, EUFAULA: Was 13-of-17 passing for 291 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 31 yards on five carries as the Tigers beat Headland 56-14 in Class 5A, Region 2. CADE BIRGE, SLOCOMB: Completed 8-of-19 passes for 288 yards and five touchdowns and rushed for 75 yards and a 10-yard touchdown on 12 carries in Slocomb’s 46-41 Class 4A, Region 2 loss to Geneva.
K.J. LACEY, SARALAND: Was 11-of-17 passing for 275 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 20 yards and another score as the unbeaten Spartans (3-0) downed St. Paul’s Episcopal 47-3 in Class 6A, Region 1. AHMOD BILLINS, ABBEVILLE: Accounted for 301 yards, including 268 yards passing, in the Jackets’ 50-14 loss to Cottonwood in Class 2A, Region 2. He was completed 20-of-29 passes and also rushed for 33 yards and one TD. BRODY CLARK, SULLIGENT: Completed 16-of-24 passes for 273 yards and five touchdowns in a 49-8 win against Cold Springs. JIM OGLE, JACKSONVILLE: Finished 16-of-31 passing for 257 yards and three touchdowns in a 32-24 loss to Handley. BRAEDEN SMITH, TUSCALOOSA COUNTY: Led the Wildcats to a 42-21 win over Chelsea in Class 7A, Region 3 with a 10-of-15 passing performance that netted 240 yards and two touchdowns. LANDON DUCKWORTH, JACKSON: The Aggies’ senior quarterback led his team to a 50-0 victory over Orange Beach in Class 4A, Region 1. He was 10-of-17 passing for 201 yards and four touchdowns, and he rushed for 93 yards on three carries and scored a fourth touchdown. LUKE WALDROP, GADSDEN CITY: Passed for 230 yards and three touchdowns on a 10-of-17 effort in the Titans’ 49-14 triumph over Buckhorn. GRIFIN HANSON, MARS HILL BIBLE: Was 10-of-16 passing for 229 yards and four TDs as the Panthers beat Colbert Heights 54-0 in Class 3A, Region 8. GRAYSON CARROLL, WESTBROOK Christian: Led the Warriors with a 13-of-25 passing performance for 226 yards and three touchdowns in a 34-33 setback to Ohatchee. DAX VARNADORE, FORT PAYNE: Completed 14-of-18 passes for 223 yards and four touchdowns in a 61-13 win over Mae Jemison in Class 6A, Region 8. His season totals after three games are 57-of-87 for 1,1018 yards and 12 TDs – and no interceptions. CASON MYERS, PIKE ROAD: Passed for 215 yards and three touchdowns as the Patriots downed Wetumpka 40-18 in Class 6A, Region 2. K.J. JACKSON, SAINT JAMES: Was 7-of-10 passing for 213 yards and five touchdowns as the defending Class 3A state champion Trojans beat Prattville Christian 63-35. KEILAND BAKER, HOLTVILLE: Passed for 210 yards and three touchdowns in a 41-18 Class 3A, Region 3 win over Shelby County. Catching the TD passes were Erik Adkins (80 yards) and Caleba Blackmon (15 and 60 yards). MASON McATEER, COLLINSVILLE: Completed 7-of-13 pass attempts for 186 yards and two touchdowns (65 and 53 yards) to lead the Panthers to a 39-6 win over Section. He also ran for 40 yards on five carries with two scores (9 and 8 yards). KADEN PACK, CEDAR BLUFF: Completed 10-of-18 pass attempts for 174 yards and two touchdowns in a 38-27 loss at Woodville. He also ran for 67 yards on nine carries and had five tackles on defense.
MASON MIMS, OXFORD: Passed for 172 yards and three touchdowns on a `7-of-22 passing performance as Oxford downed Shades Valley 42-13. DAYLON EDMUNDS, MILLRY: Passed for three touchdowns and ran for two more as unbeaten Millry downed Southern Choctaw 54-0 in Class 1A, Region 1. He finished 10-of-15 passing for 169 yards and scored on short runs of seven and two yards.
MICHAEL MOORE, GENEVA: Was 8-of-14 passing for 160 yards and had touchdown passes of 59 and 37 yards in the Panthers’ 46-41 Class 5A, Region 2 win over Slocomb. He also had eight rush attempts for 48 yards with TD runs of 11, 1, and 9 yards. MASON HOLCOMB, PISGAH: Completed 8-of-9 passes for 132 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for a TD in a 50-7 win over Sand Rock.
JOHN ADAM DONER, JR., ELKMONT: Threw four touchdown passes in a 44-22 win over Phil Campbell in Class 3A, Region 8.
PASS RECEIVING CLARENCE TAYLOR, PLEASANT GROVE: Grabbed nine passes for 253 yards and three TDs and returned a punt 43 yards as the Spartans downed Wenonah 35-21 in Class 5A, Region 5.
D.J. VINSON, MONTGOMERY ACADEMY: Collected eight receptions for 250 yards and three touchdowns as the Eagles beat Bullock County 38-19. KY’DRIC FISHER, JACKSONVILLE: Managed 11 catches for 219 yards and two touchdowns – 13 and 74 yards – in a 32-24 loss to Handley. MICHAEL MOORE, MOBILE CHRISTIAN: Caught seven passes for 218 yards, including a 72-yard touchdown reception, as the Leopards (3-0) beat W.S. Neal 38-6 in Class 3A, Region 1. ROMAN SCHRIMSHER, EAST LIMESTONE: Hauled in 11 passes for 209 yards and two TDs in a 56-21 loss to Fairview in Class 5A, Region 8. JORDAN CHAMBERS-SMITH, TUSCALOOSA COUNTY: Hauled in six pass receptions for 200 yards and one TD as the Wildcats downed Chelsea 42-21. KADEN WARSHAM, COTTAGE HILL CHRISTIAN: Caught nine passes for 171 yards in a 28-23 loss to Excel in Class 3A, Region 1. DOOLEY DOMINGOS SLOCOMB: Grabbed five receptions for 185 yards with touchdown catches covering 61 and 79 yards in the Red Tops’ 46-41 loss to Geneva. NICK DYER, CORNER: Caught seven passes for 178 yards and three TDs in the Jackets’ 53-6 win over Hamilton in Class 4A, Region 5.
NOAH GREGG, BROOKS: Had eight catches for 238 yards and three touchdowns as the Lions lost to West Morgan 83-53 in Class 4A, Region 7. His TDs covered 47, 69 and 44 yards. He also rushed for 70-yard touchdown. HAIGAN GANN, SULLIGENT: Had eight catches for 140 yards and one TD in the Blue Devils’ 49-8 victory over Cold Springs. MILLS POWELL, TUSCALOOSA ACADEMY: Caught six passes for 121 yards and three TDs in a 44-23 win over Aliceville. Teammate Nic Evans also had three receptions for 129 yards and one touchdown. JAKAI HUDGINS, BOAZ: Nabbed five receptions for 121 yards and two TDs in a 63-38 loss to Scottsboro in Class 5A, Region 7. JALEN POWELL, CENTRAL-TUSCALOOSA: Pulled down five receptions for 120 yards and two touchdowns in the Falcons’ 42-27 victory over Paul Bryant. HUNTER SMITH, ALBERTVILLE: Caught 11 passes for 119 yards and a touchdown in a 28-6 loss to Florence. KEANTHONY WILDER, ALICEVILLE: Caught five passes for 117 yards and one TD in a 44-23 loss to Tuscaloosa Academy. KOLE FITZGERALD, FALKVILLE: Made seven pass receptions for 111 yards and one TD and returned an interception on defense for another score to lead Falkville past Sheffield 58-34. COOPER GREER, WESTBROOK CHRISTIAN: Grabbed eight passes for 110 yards and two touchdowns in the Warriors’ 34-33 loss to Ohatchee in Class 3A, Region 6. ELI McFRY, CEDAR BLUFF: Caught four passes for 110 yards, including an 82-yard touchdown, in the Tigers’ 38-27 loss at Woodville. NIKING PATTERSON, SIDNEY LANIER: Had four catches for 109 yards and on TD in the Wolverines’ 27-0 win over Montgomery County rival Park Crossing. JAMIR GOODLOE, MUSCLE SHOALS: Caught two passes for 105 yards and two TDs as the Trojans beat Columbia 42-0. Teammate Lamycal Mitchell, also had two receptions for 93 yards and two TDs. JAMARCUS HOWARD, SIDNEY LANIER: Caught three passes for 83 yards and three touchdowns as the Poets thumped JAG 47-12. DEFENSE MALACHI ALLGOOD, THORSBY: Made 18 tackles in the Rebels’ 50-43 win over Chilton County rival Isabella. He has 51 tackles on the season – currently tops in the AHSAA. SHARMARVION MOSLEY, WEST MORGAN: Posted 18 tackles and forced a fumble, and teammate Ty Jones added 17 stops in a school record 83-53 win over Brooks. T’MAN THREATT, CARVER-BIRMINGHAM: Recorded three interceptions, including a pick-6, while running for 80 yards and a touchdown as the Rams downed Hayden 26-14 in Class 5A, Region 5. Q.B. REESE, RAMSAY: Had 14 tackles, including a tackle-for-loss, adding a 70-yard interception return for a TD as Ramsay won 55-6 over Jasper. He has 50 tackles on the season – an average of 16.7 per game.
JAVAROUS WHITE, BLOUNT: Had three sacks, four other tackles for losses and forced a fumble as the Leopards beat Robertsdale 28-7. He totaled 13 tackles for the night. ELLIS McGASKIN, WILLIAMSON: Managed 12 tackles on defense and scored one touchdown in the Lions’ 39-12 victory in Class 5A, Region 1. WILL PHILLIPS, HEWITT-TRUSSVILLE: Swiped two interceptions and registered nine tackles as the Huskies opened Class 7A, Region 3 with a 42-7 victory over Oak Mountain.
ANDRUW SMITH, SCOTTSBORO: Had 13 tackles in the Wildcats’ 63-38 win over Boaz. COLEMAN TILL, TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN: Had 12 tackles for Trinity in a 43-26 win over Southside-Selma. MYLES TYLER, ARITON: Had 11 tackles in Ariton’s 35-6 Class 2A, Region 2 victory over Geneva County. Teammate Trevor Johnson also had 10 stops. JOSEPH ROBERTO, HELENA: Had 10 tackles with three for losses, added a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and two pass breakups as the Huskies downed Homewood 41-17 in Class 6A, Region 3. Roberto also rushed for a 15-yard TD on offense. JACOB WELSH, SPRING GARDEN: Posted 10 tackles in a 41-7 loss at Wadley. CARSON SMITH, NORTHSIDE: Scored his team’s only TD on a 29-yard fumble return and also had two interceptions in the Rams’ 16-7 loss to Oak Grove. KADEN TUTTLE, ISABELLA: Had two interceptions on defense in the Mustangs’50-43 loss to Chilton County rival Thorsby in Class 2A, Region 4 play. COREY DUNCAN, ETOWAH: Recorded nine tackles, including two for a loss and a sack, in a 42-13 win over Ashville.
HUNTER JENKINS, CEDAR BLUFF: Totaled seven tackles on defense and had 138 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 28 carries in a 38-27 loss to Woodville. JAMARION MATTHEWS, SPARKMAN: Recorded three sacks and a fumble recovery in a 21-18 win over Austin in the Class 7A, Region 4 opener for both schools.
defense and added a rushing touchdown on offense as Parker downed Jackson-Olin 49-6. LINTON GILMER, LAMAR COUNTY: Had two of his team’s four interceptions in a 40-0 win over Greene County. DEVIN PETTWAY, MARY MONTGOMERY: Returned an interception 43 yards for a score as the Vikings defense shined in a 28-7 Class 7A, Region 1 victory over Foley. NIGEL SEAY, HOLY SPIRIT CATHOLIC: Scooped up s fumble and raced 85 yards for a defensive touchdown in a 28-12 setback to Hubbertville.
SPECIAL TEAMS WILL FOLSOM, OHATCHEE: With 30 seconds remaining in the game, Folsom broke up a two-point pass play following Westbrook Christian’s final touchdown to preserve a 34-33 win for Ohatchee. Teammate Jesse Baswell, who rushed for 160 yards and four touchdowns on 17 carries, scored a two-point conversion in the fourth quarter to give tie Indians the lead for good. SANTONIO JONES, PICKENS COUNTY: Returned two punts for touchdowns to highlight his team’s special teams play and also caught a TD pass as Pickens County beat Sumiton Christian 56-0 in Class 1A, Region 5. JAMAR MOULTRIE, HOOVER: Blocked a field goal and PAT and contributed an interception and five tackles as the Bucs (1-2) got their first win of the season beating Spain Park 28-20 in the two teams’ Class 7A, Region 3 opener. He also had a 35-yard kickoff return against Spain Park.
KOLE CALDWELL, HUEYTOWN: Blocked a punt, deflected another punt, forced a fumble, had an interception, and recorded six tackles in the Gophers’ 56-0 win over Brookwood. JORDAN KING, PIKE ROAD: Returned a kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown in the Patriots’ 40-18 win over Wetumpka, and Evan Dillard ran a kickoff back 90 yards for a score for the Indians against Pike Road. QUINTAVIOUS ROGERS, JAG: Returned a kickoff 82 yards for a TD in a 47-12 loss to Sidney Lanier at Cramton Bowl.