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2012 Prep Spotlight Week 2

AHSAA Prep Spotlight, Week
Locust Fork QB, Sardis RB Shine
In Wild 68-48 Lions Victory    

        MONTGOMERY - Locust Fork quarterback Geoffrey Bramblett and Sardis running back Tony Pee each had rare performances last Friday night that are headed for the record books. Even more amazing, however, was the fact that both feats came in the same game.
        The duo grabbed the AHSAA Prep Spotlight for week two of the 2012 football season.
        Sardis posted a wild 68-48 victory over the Hornets with a point total that set a Sardis school record. The combined point total is one of the highest on record at the AHSAA.
        BRAMBLETT, a senior quarterback and the son of head coach Mike Bramblett, passed for 423 yards and three touchdowns on his 30-of-49 performance. He also rushed for 137 yards and two more scores on 20 carries to give him 560 total yards on 69 plays. He also made an interception in his brief stint in Hornets’ defensive secondary.
        PEE, also a senior, rushed for 288 yards and four touchdowns and had 127 yards receiving and two more TDs in totaling 415 total yards and six touchdowns. Combined, the two players piled up 975 yards and 11 touchdowns in a game that produced a total of 116 points.
        The Sardis running back is off to a great start in 2012 with 496 yards rushing and nine TDs in two games.
        Bramblett now has 763 yards passing (58-of-98) and 224 yards rushing on 44 carries for an average of 493.5 total yards per game. His single-game passing and total offense high came last year when he passed for 529 yards in a 33-of-54 performance in 70-40 loss at Cleburne County. He also rushed for 40 yards for a 569 total.
        In the Sardis game, Bramblett connected with six different receivers with Todd Goodwin and Clay Smith each grabbing seven receptions for 166 and 109 yards, respectively. The 560 total yards ranks fifth all-time in the AHSAA Record Book. Bramblett also has the fourth best (569) and seventh best (523 yards) totals, both accomplished last year. Pee's 415 yards rank 24th.
        The two efforts edged out a great defensive performance by Abbeville linebacker Sean Anderson and a super kick return performance by Ider's Matthew Collins for this week's top spotlight.   

        COLLINS, a junior fullback, tied a state record held by seven others when he returned two kickoffs for touchdowns in a 37-14 victory over visiting West End. Collins opened the game with a 70-yard kickoff return for a TD and also closed the scoring with a 75-yard return in the fourth quarter. Collins also scored his team's second TD on a 1-yard run early in the second quarter, giving the Hornets a 14-0 lead.
        Ironically, Collins became the fourth player from DeKalb County to claim part of single-game kickoff return record, joining Fyffe's Jeff Pitts (1995), Fort Payne's Randy Posey (2006) and Geraldine's Michael Davis (2011).
        ANDERSON recorded 28 tackles, including the game-clinching stop on Geneva's two-point try in the second overtime, to preserve the Abbeville's 44-42 win over the Panthers. That ranks as fifth best all-time in the AHSAA Record Book.


DEONTA MOORE, HUNTSVILLE: Rushed for 249 yards on 25 carries with touchdown runs of 1 and 5 yards in a 21-20 win over Grissom. He set up the first score with a 47-yard catch on a screen pass.
JONATHAN FORD, NEW HOPE: Had 20 carries for 238 yards and two touchdowns and added two receptions for 44 yards in a 34-26 loss to Sylvania. Ford now has 530 rushing yards and a 16.06 average per carry.
DAQUAN GUICE, BARBOUR COUNTY: Had 154 yards rushing and teammate Emanuel Thompson added 152 yards and three TDs on 17 carries as the Jaguars beat Pike County 30-12.
KERRYON JOHNSON, MADISON ACADEMY: Scored two touchdowns on runs of 30 and 2 yards and sealed a 24-10 win over Lauderdale County with a 96-yard interception return for a TD in the final minute.
RODERICK DAVIS, DEMOPOLIS: Gained 217 yards on 26 carries and scored on a 30-yard run in a 41-0 victory over Citronelle.
BO SCARBROUGH, NORTHRIDGE: Rushed for 164 yards on 26 carries and scored the final TD in a 23-15 win over rival Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa.
A.J. TRAVIS, NORTHSIDE: Rushed for 185 yards and four touchdowns to lead Northside to a 52-22 victory over Holt. Travis scored on runs of 16, 12, 11 and 25 yards.
JEREMY McMULLEN, ALICEVILLE: Ran for 209 yards, had another 75 yards receiving and scored four touchdowns in Aliceville's 39-0 win over Hale County.
CORY BATTLE, HORSESHOE BEND: Piled up 189 yards rushing on 27 carries and scored three touchdowns in a 31-28 overtime loss to Reeltown.
TREVOE SANDRIDGE, GADSDEN CITY: The running back rushed for 163 yards on 24 carries and scored three touchdowns in the Titans' 35-20 win Thursday night over Lee-Huntsville.
MALIK ROSIER, FAITH ACADEMY: Ran for 201 yards and three touchdowns on 25 carries as Faith beat Gulf Shores 42-28. Rams teammate Tyler Bell added 188 yards and three touchdowns on 15 carries.
TY JONES, VINEMONT: Ran for more than 200 yards for the second straight week and scored all three Eagles touchdowns in a 21-16 win over Danville. Jones finished with 210 yards on 27 carries.
JULIUS McCALL, CHELSEA: Amassed 200 yards on 22 carries with three rushing touchdowns, including an 80-yarder in the third period to give the Hornets the lead for good in their 42-23 victory over Thompson. McCall also scored on runs of 9 and 3 yards.
GEORGE PAYNE, ST. LUKE'S: Scored on an 87-yard run on his first carry of the night and finished with 187 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries in a 34-18 win over A.L. Johnson.
CLAYTON YOUNG, RANBURNE: Ran for 168 yards on 22 carries and three touchdowns in a 20-19 loss to Pleasant Valley.
DEON HALL, CENTRAL-PHENIX CITY: Scored three touchdowns and ran for a two-point conversion in the Red Devils' 27-14 win over Carver-Montgomery.  He had TD runs of 1 and 4 yards and caught a 21-yard TD pass on a 4th-and-13 play with 2:49 left to seal the victory for Central.
KAMERON MAYE, MURPHY: Ran 15 times for 188 yards and a 69-yard touchdown and teammate DePriest Turner gained 119 yards with three scores as the Panthers beat Theodore 34-21.
D.J. RIVERS, TALLASSEE: Had 134 yards rushing on seven carries and scored four touchdowns, all in the first half of Tallassee's 63-0 win over Bullock County. Rivers scored on runs of 3, 7, 32, and 52 yards. 
CORY GILL, COTTONWOOD: Connected on 23-of-38 passes for 388 yards and three touchdowns in a 28-21 loss to Ariton.
WILL MORGAN, ARAB: Completed 11-of-21 passes for 246 yards with two touchdowns (74 and 24 yards) and rushed for the go-ahead score with 1:48 left in a 35-24 win over Scottsboro.
JACKSON RICHARD, MADISON COUNTY: Was 15-of-22 passing for 309 yards with TD completions of 78 and 29 yards and rushed for 117 more yards with a 1-yard TD for 426 total yards in a 35-14 win over North Jackson.
JOCARIUS SPRUILL, ALICEVILLE: Passed for 330 yards and three touchdowns in the Jackets' 39-0 win over Hale County.
ZACH KING, SYLVANIA: The senior quarterback carried 16 times for 143 yards and completed 9-of-14 passes for 154 yards and one touchdown in a 34-26 victory over New Hope.

KALEB BECK, DADEVILLE: Completed 15-of-25 passes for 249 yards and two scores as the Tigers opened region play with a 30-0 win over Elmore County.
DARION HOLDEN, WOODLAWN: Completed 13 of 16 passes for 190 yards and two touchdowns, including a 3-yard toss to Justin Johnson for the winning score with 18 seconds left, in the 27-23 win over Gardendale. He also threw a 34-yard scoring pass and added 58 yards on 10 carries, including a 12-yard touchdown.
MARQAVIUS KING, ABBEVILLE: Rushed for 167 yards on 24 carries and completed 11-of-18 passes for 167 yards to account for two TDs in a 44-42 double-overtime win over Geneva.
MATT HAGLER, SLOCOMB: Hit 9-of-11 passes for 204 yards and three touchdowns and also gained 76 yards rushing with another score in the Red Tops' 49-21 win over Dale County.
LUKE BAILEY, FAIRVIEW: The Aggies' dual-threat quarterback was 11-of-17 for 182 yards and two touchdowns passing and rushed 12 times for 145 yards and a TD in a 40-26 win over Douglas.
BRYANT HORN, BENJAMIN RUSSELL: The junior was 12-of-16 passing for 220 yards in a 42-6 win over Marbury.
C.J. DUNCAN, ST. JAMES: Set the Trojans' school record for career TD passes (36) with one touchdown and finished 7-of-9 passing in a 32-0 win over Ashford. The senior also rushed for 108 yards and three scores on nine carries.
CAM JACKSON, DAVIDSON: Directed a 31-3 win over Baker with 160 yards rushing on 11 carries and 134 yards passing on a 10-of-13 performance. He accounted for two touchdowns.
TYLER VANN, NORTH SAND MOUNTAIN: The senior quarterback had a hand in five touchdowns in a 46-21 win over Jackson County rival Section. Vann completed 12-of-20 passes for 128 yards and two touchdowns while also rushing for 92 yards and three touchdowns (22, 2 and 8 yards) on 14 carries.
REID RIALS, ELBA: Was 11-of-14 passing for 218 yards and three touchdowns (31, 34 and 50 yards) to lead the Tigers to a 52-6 victory over Zion Chapel.
SEBASTIAN FENDLEY, GOOD HOPE: The quarterback played a big part in helping the Raiders open at 2-0 with two TD passes and 81 yards rushing on 18 carries for two more scores in a 34-27 win over Hanceville.
PARKER MASON, GULF SHORES: Was 10-of-19 passing for 181 yards and 252 yards rushing with three scores on 22 carries in a 42-38 loss to Faith Academy. He finished with 433 total yards.
D.J. ADAMS, McINTOSH: Was 8-of-12 passing for 269 yards and three touchdowns in a 58-0 win over Marengo. He had a pair of 70-yard strikes for scores to Shaquille Law and a 48-yarder to Nic Davis.
Completed 25-of-39 passes for 310 yards in a 42-23 loss to Chelsea. He threw touchdown passes of 65 and 41 yards.
ZAC CROCKER, CULLMAN: Was 23-of-31 passing for 286 yards and three touchdowns in a come-from-behind 30-21 win over East Limestone.
JOSH MEIGS, VALLEY: Completed 8-of-12 passes for 211 yards and five touchdowns in the Rams' 42-12 victory over Rehobeth.
CODY O'TOOLE, ONEONTA: Was 14-of-19 passing for 224 yards and three touchdowns as Oneonta beat Guntersville 28-10. Alvin Scott caught five passes for 112 yards and two TDs.
Caught six passes for 184 yards with a 29-yard touchdown catch in the Tigers' 35-14 first-ever win over North Jackson.
BEN WASHINGTON, BOB JONES: Caught four passes for 150 yards and three TDs and returned a kickoff 50 yards for a fourth score in the Patriots' 75-0 win over James Clemens.
JAMARCUS KING, BLOUNT: Hauled in six receptions for 136 yards with TDs covering 40 and 75 yards and also returned a punt 65 yards for a touchdown in the Leopards' 41-6 win over Mary Montgomery.
DEVONTE SIMON, PICKENS COUNTY: Passed for two TDs, ran for another and returned a punt 85 yards for a fourth score in a 75-0 win over South Lamar.
CHARLEY CRENSHAW, WETUMPKA: Returned a punt 70 yards for a TD in the Indians' 36-14 loss to Oak Mountain.
DANIEL OTWELL, GLENCOE: Had two key punts downed inside the 2-yard line, made a big catch on third down to keep a drive alive, scooped up a fumbled snap while waiting to punt and ran nine yards for a first down, and sealed a 15-3 win over Weaver with a 39-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter.
SHANNON JAMES, ELBA: Blocked a punt and returned the kick 25 yards for one score and caught two passes for 31 and 50-yard TDs in a 52-6 win over Zion Chapel.
JORDAN CHUNN, MADISON COUNTY: The 6-foot, 210-pound linebacker had 10 tackles on defense, 102 yards rushing, 101 receiving and two TDs in a 35-14 win over North Jackson.
MICHAEL WILLIAMS, BARBOUR COUNTY: The Jaguars defensive tackle had 10 stops in a 30-12 win over Pike County.
CHASE LANDERS, SYLACAUGA: Recovered a fumble and intercepted a pass in the Aggies' 24-20 win over Briarwood.
COURTNEY COLLINS, BEAUREGARD: Had nine tackles, a sack and caused a fumble in a 21-16 win over Charles Henderson.
JAMES MAJOR, PIEDMONT: The senior linebacker posted 12 tackles, including three for lost yardage, two sacks, two pass break-ups and recovered a fumble in Piedmont's 36-13 victory at Ashville.
JUSTIN HENDERSON, FAIRFIELD: Had seven tackles including four for losses and caused a fumble despite playing only in the first half as the Tigers downed Brookwood 39-8.
TYLER SPEAKMAN, GOOD HOPE: Had a critical second-half interception in the Raiders' 34-27 win over Hanceville. Good Hope's defense forced three fumbles in the second half, including one returned for a TD by Brandon Eakes as the Raiders overcame a 21-14 halftime deficit.
JACOB PARKER, WESTMINISTER: Was 11-of-14 passing for 178 yards with one TD and rushed for 60 yards on 13 carries and another score in a 40-17 loss to Deshler.
EDWARD WASHINGTON, JOHN CARROLL CATHOLIC: Ran back two interceptions for touchdowns - 14 and 55 yards - in the Cavaliers' 37-15 win over Shelby County. Washington led the John Carroll defense with nine tackles.
JACOB WOLKOW, SPAIN PARK: Ended one drive in the 27-20 win over Prattville with an interception, another by forcing a fumble that he ran 23 yards to the Prattville 14, and slowed the Lions' final drive with a key sack. He contributed 11 tackles, including six solo stops.


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