Gray piled up 498 yards rushing and receiving as the Indians beat Springville 55-27. He had 309 yards rushing on eight carries with touchdown runs covering 65, 8, 95 and 4 yards. He also hauled in five pass receptions for 189 yards and two 55-yard TD scores – giving him six touchdowns on the night. Brook Garrett also completed 8-of-12 passes for 243 yards and four touchdowns for Pinson Valley.
Caleb Hill, Danville
The senior rushed for 225 yards and three touchdowns on 27 carries and completed three-of-five passes for 41 yards in the Hawks’ 41-38 two-overtime win against Priceville. He scored on runs of 85, 11 and 4 yards. He had five tackles on defense and caused one fumble.
Gavin Calder, Ardmore
Calder Rushed 40 times for 276 yards with three touchdowns as the Tigers won for the first time this season, defeating Clements 26-14.
The junior running back/safety scored the go-ahead touchdown on a 90-yard run with 4:53 to play and then made an interception with 15 seconds remaining as the Bulldogs edged Pisgah 14-7. Davis finished with 21 carries for 188 yards and two touchdowns.
Rodney Camp, Phillips
Camp sparked a 42-33 win over Phil Campbell with 239 yards passing and five touchdowns. He was 21-of-27 on the night and also rushed for 68 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries. He also completed three 2-point conversion passes, made four tackles and intercepted a pass on defense. Teammate Caleb Clark caught seven passes for 116 yards and four touchdowns.
Cody Hughes, Central-Phenix City
Hughes stepped in to replace injured starter Jonathan Wallace at quarterback and directed the Red Devils to a 64-28 win over Russell County. He was 13-of-18 passing for 229 yards and three touchdowns.
Davis, a senior who plays running back, wide receiver and safety, ran a punt back 85 yards for the winning touchdown as the Rams edged Brindlee Mountain 17-10. It was his third punt return for a touchdown this season. He now has eight kick returns for scores in his last 15 games.
Victor Maye, Shades Valley
Maye completed 18-of-26 passes for 300 yards and three touchdowns in a 36-20 loss to Hueytown.
Aaron Sanders, Headland
Sanders had 254 yards passing and rushing and accounted for four touchdowns in the Rams’ 44-39 win over Houston County. Sanders passed for 193 yards and three scores and rushed for 61 yards and a six-yard touchdown.
Patrick Smith, Houston County
Smith accounted for 356 all-purpose yards and all 39 points – six touchdowns and three extra point kicks – in the Lions’ 44-39 loss to Headland. Smith caught six passes for 171 yards with three touchdowns (76, 41 and 38), rushed for 91 yards on 11 carries with two touchdowns (1 and 64) and had a kickoff return of 93 yards for a touchdown.
Corey Perkins, Rehobeth
Perkins rushed for 241 yards on 26 carries with two touchdowns (3 and 85 yards), helping the Rebels snap a 15-game losing streak with a 34-19 win against Cottonwood.
Bryan Flemming, Russell County
Flemming completed 10-of-20 passes for 246 yards and three touchdowns in a 64-28 loss to Central-Phenix City.
Sterling Gatlin, Providence Christian
The senior linebacker had 14 tackles and two assists in a 34-20 win against Geneva County. He also had a fourth-quarter interception to help seal the win. Offensively he rushed for 117 yards on 20 carries with one touchdown. Junior Spencer Walker added 111 yards and three scores on 16 carries and caught two passes for 57 yards and a 33-yard score.
The senior running back carried nine times for 224 yards and three touchdowns as Ider downed Victory Christian 47-12. Whitaker scored on runs of 64, 49 and 45 yards.
Troy Elliott, Corner
Elliott was six-of-six on extra points and kicked field goals of 39 and 51 yards in a 48-20 win against Locust Fork. Teammate Blake Byrd also rushed for 204 yards and four touchdowns on 11 carries.
Benjamin Riggs, Marion County
Riggs was perfect on seven extra points, extending his current season streak to 32, in the Raiders’ 49-22 win against Sulligent.
The sophomore rushed for 254 yards and three touchdowns on 18 carries in the Wildcats’ 58-22 win against Appalachian. He also had nine tackles on defense.
Salem rushed for 221 yards and three touchdowns (80, 27 and 48 yards) as the Rebels knocked off previously unbeaten Briarwood Christian 35-14.
Mason made 23 tackles in a 27-14 loss to Pelham.
Harrison Collier, Carroll
Collier had 17 tackles, including nine solos, in the Eagles’ 30-22 loss to Ashford.
Marquez Pride, Bob Jones
The senior defensive end had nine tackles, including five sacks and one forced fumble, in the Patriots’ 28-13 win against Spain Park.
Dalton Screws, Walter Wellborn
Screws caught a pass from teammate Judd Smith on the last play of the first half to tie the game at 6-6, then made an interception on defense in the final seconds of the game to end a scoring threat and seal a 12-6 win against Weaver.
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