By JOSH BEAN
For The ASWA
Edgewood quarterback Dylan Ingram probably won't need to look at
the yearbook to remember his performance against
Not if he can find a record book.
Ingram completed 20-of-25 passes for a school-record 541 yards and
seven touchdowns in a
63-28 win victory East Memorial. The seven touchdown passes tied an
AISA single-game record and raised his season total to 39, tying the AISA
Ingram's record-setting performance earned him this week's Alabama Sports
Writers Association Offensive Player of the Week award. He beat out two
finalists for the award – Spain Park quarterback Nick Mullens and Parrish's
Mullens completed 40-of-46 passes - setting a new
single-game AHSAA Class 6A record for completions - for 322 yards and three
TDS in the 34-13 win over Oak Mountain. He had a string of nine consecutive
completions and another streak of 12 straight completions.
Harris accounted for 351 yards of offense and seven TDs in the
Tornadoes' 62-36 homecoming win over Brilliant. He rushed 21 times for 277
yards and TD runs of 58, 59, 98, 28 and 5 yards, while also throwing TD
passes of 30 and 12 yards. He finished 4-of-6 for 74 yards passing.
This week's Defense/Special Teams
Player of the Week is Tuscaloosa County's Lucas Webb. He intercepted two
passes and returned both for touchdowns - returns of 70 and 27 yards - in a
35-13 win over Minor.
The Defense/Special Teams finalists
are Fort Payne's Stephon Moore and UMS-Wright's Troy Dixon. Moore
picked off two passes and returned both for touchdowns of 70 and 65 yards,
to go with two tackles, one pass break-up and a fumble recovery.
Dixon returned six punts for 177
yards, including a 37-yard return for a touchdown, in a 42-20 win over
Clarke County. He also ran for 188 yards on 22 carries and a TD.
ASWA members from Anniston, Auburn
Birmingham, Centre, Cullman, Decatur, Dothan, Florence, Fort Payne, Gadsden,
Gardendale, Huntsville, Jasper, Mobile, Montgomery, Oneonta, Talladega and
Tuscaloosa nominations this week.
Other standout performances from this past weekend:
Kaleb Beck, Dadeville:
Passed for 225 yards and four TDs to go with 55 yards rushing and another TD
in the Tigers' 33-6 win over Beulah.
Will Brewster, Mountain
Brook: Completed 12-of-15 passes for 222
yards and two touchdowns (53 and 69 yards) in less than two full quarters of
action in the 24-0 win over Hewitt-Trussville. Brewster went out in the
second quarter with a thumb injury and didn't return.
Charles Buchanon, Pleasant
Grove: Carried 20 times for 221 yards and
TDs of 57 and 12 yards and added three catches for 42 yards, including a
25-yard scoring reception in the 36-22 win over Fairfield.
Ronnie Clark, Calera: Accounted for 231 of the team's 314 yards in the 24-16 win over
Bibb County, running 23 times for 189 yards and TDs of 15 and 7 yards and
catching seven passes for 42 yards.
Courtney Downing, Charles
Henderson: Rushed for 261 yards and four
touchdowns on 15 carries as the Trojans routed Headland 73-6.
Jonathan Ford, Westbrook Christian: Completed 18-of-25 passes, including 10-for-10 in the second half,
for 277 yards and a TD in the Warriors' 31-20 victory over Sand Rock. He
also ran 12 times for 52 yards and two scores.
A.J. Freeman, Pinson
Valley: Scored TDs on catches of 34 and 15
yards, a 71-yard run and a 55-yard punt return in the 66-32 win over Curry.
Brooks Garrett, Pinson
Valley: Threw five TD passes, completing
10-of-13 for 157 yards, and added an 80-yard scoring run in the 66-32 win
Taylor Hawthorne, Edgewood: Had five catches for 228 yards,
including an 80-yard touchdown, in a 63-28 win over East Memorial.
Mikey Howard, Woodland: Rushed 33 times for 287 yards and five TDs in a 55-41 victory over
Walter Welborn, while also catching a touchdown pass.
Tanner Ivey, Haleyville: Threw for 496 yards and six TDs in three quarters of a 63-38
victory over Priceville. Ivey finished 24-of-38 and his TD passes includes
passes of 79, 67, and 54 yards.
Carver-Montgomery: Was 12-of-13 passing for
203 yards, five touchdowns and an interception in a 67-21 win over
C.J. Jones, Collinsville: Completed 10-of-18 pass attempts for 237 yards and four touchdowns
in the 10th-ranked Panthers' 45-41 homecoming victory over No. 9 Spring
Garden. The touchdown passes covered 19, 30, 9 and 6 yards, and the
6-yarder accounted for the winning TD with 56 seconds remaining. Jones also
intercepted a Spring Garden pass at his own 28-yard line with 23 seconds
left to seal the win.
Kristian Jones, Hackleburg: Jones rushed for 351 yards and
four TDs in 40-16 victory over Phillips-Bear Creek.
Ty Jones, Vinemont:
Ran 19 times for 224 yards -- eclipsing 200 yards for the third
straight week and fifth time this season -- in a 33-12 road victory over
Good Hope. He scored on runs of 8, 50, 65 and 37 yards.
Forrest Livingston, Spring
Garden: Rushed for 258 yards on 34 carries
and scored four touchdowns in the Panthers' 45-41 loss at Collinsville.
His TDs covered 27, 41, 3 and 8 yards.
Austin Martin, Pell City: Completed 9-of-17 passes for 175 yards and four TDs, and added 92
yards and a score on 13 carries in a 35-28 victory over Huntsville. He hit
Henry Fomby for a 33-yard score on fourth-and-8 for the game-winning score.
Kameron Maye, Murphy: Rushed for a season-high 261 yards on 28 carries and accounted for
three TDs in a 35-21 victory over Baker.
Ostin McPherson, St.
Paul's: Rushed for 218 yards on 13 carries and scored on runs of 23, 8, 9
and 64 yards in a 55-14 victory over Faith Academy.
Austin Mills, Coosa Christian: Rushed for 244 yards and a TD on 24 carries in the Conquerors'
13-7 victory over Shades Mountain Christian.
Levi Mintz, Cedar Bluff: Completed 17-of-23 pass attempts for 327 yards and five TDs. He
also rushed 18 yards on four carries and another score in Cedar Bluff's 53-9
homecoming victory over Donoho.
Deonte Moore, Huntsville: Carried 28 times for 181 yards and three TDs in a 35-28 loss to
Trey Nation, Leeds: Ran for 179 yards and TD runs of 27, 3 and 19 yards on 24 carries
in the 41-0 win over Tarrant.
Cody O'Toole, Oneonta: Completed 18-of-25 passes for 310 yards four TDs in a 59-21
victory over Fairview.
George Payne, St. Luke's:
Rushed for 266 yards on 19 carries and scored on runs of 79, 25, 8
and 34 yards a 48-12 victory over McIntosh.
Raheem Pearson, Pike
County: Rushed for 236 yards and four TDs,
pacing the Bulldogs' 47-34 victory over Montgomery Catholic.
Toby Pee, Sardis: Rushed 23 times for 165 yards and three TDs, caught six passes for
115 yards and a TD, and threw the winning touchdown in the Lions' 48-40 win
over St. Clair County.
Joel Poe, Spanish Fort: Completed 22-of-28 passes for 307 yards and three TDs in a 38-30
win at Vigor.
Michael Powers, Hoover:
eight passes for 204 and two TDs and added a fumble recovery in the 31-14
win over Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa.
Enterprise: Accounted for 277 yards and three
TDS, including a game-winning 9-yard touchdown pass to Tyrell Lane with 2
seconds remaining on a 4th-and-9 play to give Enterprise a 27-24
come-from-behind win over Dothan. Quisenberry threw for 171 yards with two
TDs and rushed for 106 yards on 13 carries, including a 47-yard touchdown
run. His game-winning TD drive capped a drive in the last 3:02 where he was
4-of-6 passing for 31 yards in a 13-play, 65-yard drive.
Anthony Robinson, Linden: Threw five TD passes and scored on a 56-yard punt return in
Linden's 58-0 victory over Marengo. He completed 13-of-16 passes for 262
yards to help the Patriots to a 40-0 halftime lead.
Jesse Seals, Addison: Caught TD passes of 86 and 46 yards and added a 57-yard punt
return in a 47-7 victory over Sumiton Christian.
Kerry Smith, Corner: Caught 11 passes for 212 yards and TDs of 65, 33 and 13 yards in a
24-21 win over Jemison. The 13-yard toss proved to be the game-winner with
43.7 seconds to go.
Hayden Stephens, Tanner: Ran for 199 yards and three scores in a 46-20 win over Sheffield.
Fultondale: Ran 24 times for 204 yards and TDS
runs of 34, 15, 1, 37 and 3 yards, threw for a 55-yard touchdown, and
intercepted a pass in the end zone in the 59-36 win over Vincent.Tywone
Ran for 266 yards and four TDs on 17 carries in the Rebels' 34-10 victory
over Montgomery Academy.
Mitch Stults, Hamilton: Finished 13-of-14 for 262 yards and three TDs, rushed for 45 yards
and two scores and had two interceptions, including one returned 53 yards
for a touchdown, and ran a 2-point conversion in a 51-28 win over Winfield.
Nathan Turner, Providence
Christian: Rushed for 207 yards with four TDs
in a 35-12 victory over Houston County. Turner scored on runs of 5, 16, 3
Tyler Vann, North Sand
Mountain — Completed 18-of-25 passes for 228
yards and two TDs as North Sand downed rival Ider 29-20. Vann's
scoring passes covered 20 and 35 yards. He also ran for TDs of 15 and 7
Zach Walker, G.W. Long: Rushed for 220 yards on 16 carries with two TDs and also had 11
tackles and an interception on defense in G.W. Long's 41-20 win over
Jalen Washington, Lanett:
Caught four passes for 169 yards and three TDs in the Panthers' 33-27 win
over Randolph County. He caught the game-winning score with 47 seconds to go
before intercepting a pass on defense to seal the victory.
Kyle White, Macon-East: Ran 25 times for 254 yards and three touchdowns in a 49-28 win at
Allen Wood, Trinity: Was 15-of-20 passing for 231 yards and five
touchdowns in a 48-14 win over B.B. Comer.
Levi Aldridge, Addison:
Returned two fumbles for touchdowns — a 68-yarder and a 30-yarder —
in a 57-7 victory over Sumiton Christian.
Clancy Brown, Berry: Had 16 tackles and two sacks in a 22-6 victory over Lynn.
Jaylan Cowan, Madison
County: Recorded 15
tackles in a 54-0 victory over DAR.
Gaylesville: Posted nine tackles and had an
interception in the Trojans' 21-6 victory over Woodville.
Zach Garner, Deshler:
Returned an interception 55 yards for a touchdown and added a
fumble recovery to spark a 54-28 victory over Colbert County.
Sebastian Hale, Demopolis: Recorded nine total tackles and recovered two fumbles in a 42-6
victory over Sumter Central.
Collinsville — Made 6-of-6 on extra
points, booted a 35-yard field goal and caught a 9-yard touchdown pass as
No. 10-ranked Collinsville edged No. 9 Spring Garden 45-51 in a Class 1A
matchup. Hernandez also punts, and his lone attempt was good for 42 yards.
LaKendrick James, Jackson: Returned an interception 69 yards for a touchdown and a punt 60
yards for a score in a 42-14 victory over Saraland.
Had a fumble recovery and
an interception in Russellville's 23-7 win over Athens.
Artega Kyles, Center Point: Forced two fumbles, recovering
both, and added nine tackles in the 22-12 loss to Walker.
Jacoby Lockhart, Leeds: Grabbed two interceptions in the 41-0 win over Tarrant.
Antonio London, Pelham: Contributed nine tackles in the 31-14 loss to Prattville.
Nick McCallister, Providence Christian:
Recorded 17 tackles, including two for losses, in Providence's 35-12 win
over Houston County.
Shelden Nixon, Calera: Tallied 12 tackles, three tackles for loss, a sack, three
quarterback hurries, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in the 24-16
victory over Bibb County.
Hunter Patterson, Clay-Chalkville: Registered 13 tackles in the 21-14 overtime victory over Gadsden
Brandon Peters, Williamson: Returned a blocked field goal 70
yards as time expired in the second quarter as the Lions beat B.C. Rain
Dante Reese, Hanceville: Picked off two passes, both of which set up touchdowns for
the Bulldogs in a 61-14 road thrashing of previously 5-1 Winston County.
Reese also snagged three catches for 89 yards and a touchdown on a 15-yard
halfback pass from Brontae Harris.
Seth Roberts, Ariton: Tallied 14 tackles, including a quarterback sack, in Ariton's
27-12 win over Wicksburg.
Central-Tuscaloosa: Intercepted two passes,
went 3-for-4 on extra-point attempts and booted a 25-yard field goal in a
30-9 win over Paul W. Bryant.
Alvin Scott, Oneonta: Intercepted two passes, including one returned 40 yards for a
touchdown, in a 59-21 victory over Fairview, while also catching six passes
for 103 yards, with TD receptions of 21 and 20 yards.
Ryan Smith, Boaz: Returned an interception 56 yards for a score in a 27-13 victory
Aliceville: Recorded two sacks, six tackles
and scored the winning touchdown on a 6-yard run with 2:46 to go in a 49-46
victory over R.C. Hatch.
Toby Swin, Hartselle: Had three sacks and two tackles for a loss in
a win at West Point.
Kevin Terry, John Carroll: Contributed 10 tackles,
including two sacks, and blocked a punt in the 35-20
victory over Ramsay.
Steffan Tolliver, North
Jackson: Picked off
two passes in a 55-7 victory over Randolph.
Derek Watkins, Fort Payne: Had eight solo tackles, including five
tackles for a loss and two sacks, in Fort Payne's win over Columbia. He also
picked up three assists for a total of 11 stops to go along with three