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AHSAA Prep Spotlight for Week #4

Updated: Tuesday, September 24 2013, 03:53 PM CDT

Week 4 Spotlight

Dale County’s Henderson Posts Second Straight 300-Yard Rushing Performance



      Jamarius Henderson of Dale County High Schoolrushed for more than 300 yards for the second week in a row last Friday night as the Warriors (4-0) remained unbeaten with a 52-0 win over Montgomery Catholic.
      Henderson, a 5-foot-11, 205-pound junior, scored five touchdowns as he grabbed the AHSAA Spotlight for Week 4 of the 2013 prep football season. His 10 tackles from his linebacker position also led the Warriors on defense.
     Henderson now has 928 yards rushing and 15 total touchdowns in the Warriors’ first four games. Coach Pate Harrison’s team is also unbeaten for the first time after four games since 2002.
     His performance edged out other rushing performances by senior Ready Swanigan of Marion County and Tyler Rogers of Mobile Christian and an outstanding special teams performance by Cleburne County place-kicker Anderson Jacks.
    Rogers rushed for 312 yards and five touchdowns on 24 carries as the Leopards erased a 28-0 deficit and beat Flomaton 42-28. Rogers scored on runs of 5, 47, 19, 13 and 80 yards.
    Swanigan, a senior, led the Red Raiders to a 60-35 win over Hubbertville with 262 yards rushing on just 13 carries while scoring five touchdowns on runs of 11, 32, 45, 53 and 61 yards. His two longest TDs came in the first quarter as Marion County jumped to a 27-7 lead. The Red Raiders finished with 516 yards rushing and 578 total yards.
   Vess Benton of Hubbertville also had a big night as he team piled up 419 total yards in the setback. He rushed for 133 yards on nine carries with a 96-yard TD run and 9-yard score and also completed two passes for 98 yards and two more scores. Greg Stidham caught both TD passes covering 67 and 31 yards.
   The wild game had no turnovers and 997 total yards on offense.
connected on 4-of-4 field goal attempts, including the game-winning 20-yarder in overtime, as Cleburne County beat Cherokee County 41-38. Jacks also made field goals from 28, 29 and 35 yards. Cherokee County place-kicker Eric Burgess booted a 32-yard field goal with less than a minute left in regulation to tie the game and send it into overtime.

In other top performances reported:

Shades Valley:
The Mounties beat Huffman 38-6 for the school’s 501st win. A victory over Carver-Birmingham was No. 500 a week earlier. Shades Valley, which goes to Thompson this week, is 501-371-33 all-time. Tuscaloosa County won its 500th game in its season-opening 14-13 win over Mountain Brook. The Wildcats are now 502-334-31 overall.

T.R. Miller:
The state leader in all-time wins (630) is currently 4-0 after beating Bayside Academy 43-40 last week. Coach Jamie Riggs’ team has won 275 games in the last 25 years – best in the AHSAA. The Tigers own a 630-294-20 overall record with 82 wins coming in the state playoffs. The 82-27 playoff record is second only to now-closed Hazlewood’s 85-21 mark.

Isaiah “Pee Wee” Lewis, Foley:
  Ran for 258 yards and two touchdowns and caught a TD pass to lead Foley to a 35-28 victory over Enterprise.

Delontae Williams, Cedar Bluff:
Rushed for 272 yards on 27 carries and scored four touchdowns (37, 12, 2, 11 yards) in a 61-23 win over Jacksonville Christian. Teammate Dalton Cosby also had 173 yards on 16 carries with two TDs and completed 3-of-9 passes for 76 yards and a 61-yard TD.

Shemoore Bolton, Cleburne County:
Rushed for 257 yards on 26 carries and scored three touchdowns (33, 24, 40 yards) in the Tigers' 41-38 overtime victory at Cherokee County.

Lorenzo James, Sparkman:
Ran for 241 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries in a 34-31 loss to Austin.

Gage Hatton, Kinston: Rushed for 200 yards on 15 carries with a pair of touchdowns and caught four passes for 72 yards as the Bulldogs beat Red Level 41-8.

Hayden Stephens, Tanner: Ran for 198 yards on 17 carries with one TD and also returned a kickoff 90 yards for another score in the Rattlers’ 35-14 win over Lexington. Teammate Jonathan Fletcher also returned a kickoff 68 yards for a TD and had three scores on the night.

Jermarcus Brown, Pickens County: Rushed for 230 yards on nine carries and scored four touchdowns as the Tornadoes beat Brilliant 40-0.

Matt Hagler, Slocomb: The Red Tops quarterback rushed for 172 yards and three touchdowns, including a game-winning 2-yard TD run in overtime. He added the two-point conversion in a 36-34 win over Barbour County. Hagler also threw a two-point conversion pass and scored on a fumble return of 10 yards on defense. He completed both pass attempts in the game for 25 yards.

Daniel Murkerson, Oak Grove: Rushed for 154 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries, caught a 35-yard pass and kicked five extra points in the 49-21 win over Carbon Hill.

Holden Fields, South Lamar: Rushed for 125 yards and two touchdowns on runs of 35 and 31 yards as the Stallions snapped a 15-game losing streak with a 42-19 win over Lynn.

Harry Satterwhite, McGill-Toolen:
Was 17-of-27 passing for 210 yards  and five touchdowns as McGill-Toolen beat Davidson 56-3. Satterwhite, who played just three quarters, directed an offense that had 502 total yards and 31 first downs.

Patrick Smith, Kinston: Was 12-of-18 passing for 258 yards and two TDs and also rushed for another score in the Bulldogs’ 41-8 win over Red Level.

Austin Mohlenbrok, American Christian: Was a perfect 12-for-12 passing for 207 yards and three touchdowns in the Patriots’ 42-0 victory over Holt.

Dylan Mackey, Sand Rock: Completed 14-of-18 pass attempts for 212 yards and two touchdowns (60, 10 yards), including a 10-yard toss to Zane Farrar for the winning score in double overtime, to lead Sand Rock to a 30-23 win over Section. Mackey also rushed for 64 yards on 13 carries with touchdown (12 yards) and booted a 27-yard field goal.

Marcus Key, Bessemer City: Completed 16-of-23 passes for 104 yards and added 14 rushes for another 111 yards, including a 9-yard scoring run in the final minutes, in the Tigers’ 28-21 win over Tuscaloosa County.

Tadarryll Marshall, Leeds: Was 5-of-7 passing for 207 yards and three touchdowns in a 42-0 win over Thorsby. His three TDs covered 49, 72 and 61 yards.

Calindo Fletcher, Buckhorn
: Caught five passes for 182 yards and touchdowns of 87 and 38 yards in the Bucks' 43-35 victory over James Clemens.

Octaviuse Hardrick, Cottonwood: Bears receiver caught seven passes for 146 yards and one touchdown in Cottonwood’s 39-8 win over Wicksburg.

Kameron Maye, Murphy: Caught six passes for 118 yards and two touchdowns and ran nine times for 88 yards in a 35-34 double-overtime win over Blount.

LaQuarious Cook, Wenonah:
Grabbed three interceptions, including a 17-yard touchdown return in the 44-14 win over Paul Bryant.

Caleb Wooten, Cottonwood:
Led Bears defense with 13 tackles, two fumble recoveries and a quarterback sack in a 39-8 win over Wicksburg.

Kevin McElrath, Collinsville:
Stripped the ball from a Sumiton Christian rusher and returned it for a touchdown with 1:26 remaining in regulation to tie the game at 26. The Panthers went on to claim a 33-32 overtime victory.

Justin Thornton, Vigor:
Had three sacks and forced a fumble in the Wolves’ 28-0 victory over B.C. Rain.

Blake Terry, Cedar Bluff:
Returned an interception 60 yards for a touchdown in the Tigers' 61-23 victory over Jacksonville Christian.

Jaret Prater, Piedmont:
Recovered a fumble and ran it in for a 14-yard touchdown and also scored on an 85-yard touchdown run in Bulldogs' 55-7 victory over Cleveland. Teammate Bayley Blanchard also picked off a pair of passes in the win.

Nicarius Peterson, McKenzie:
Returned a punt 81 yards early in the fourth quarter and added a 29-yard touchdown run on the next series, sparking a 20-point five-minute surge that lifted the Tigers to a 46-28 win over fifth-ranked Geneva County.  Peterson also had an 82-yard kickoff return for a touchdown earlier in the game.

LaDarrell Pettway, Spanish Fort:
Returned two punts 72 and 84 yards, respectively, for touchdowns as the Toros beat Faith Academy 54-0. Pettway scored on returns of 72 and 84 yards.

David Jaimes, Austin: Kicked a 36-yard field goal as time expired to give the Black Bears a 34-31 win over Sparkman. Jaimes also hit a 26-yarder earlier in the game.

AHSAA Prep Spotlight for Week #4

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2013 Game Schedule

Date Time Teams Location Final Score
08/22 7:00PM Williamson vs. Baker Hornets Staduim TBD
08/29 7:00PM Baker vs. Murphy Ladd Peebles Stadium TBD
09/05 7:00PM Fairhope vs. McGill-Toolen Lipscomb Stadium TBD
09/12 7:00PM Jackson vs. St. Paul's Lipscomb Stadium TBD
09/19 7:00PM Saraland vs. Spanish Fort Toros Stadium TBD
09/26 7:00PM Week #6 - TBD - Flex Scheduling TBD TBD
10/03 7:00PM Week #7 - TBD - Flex Scheduling TBD BD
10/10 7:00PM Week #8 - TBD - Flex Scheduling TBD TBD
10/17 7:00PM Week #9 - TBD - Flex Scheduling TBD TBD
10/24 7:00PM Week #10 - TBD - Flex Scheduling TBD TBD
10/31 7:00PM Week #11 - TBD - Flex Scheduling TBD TBD
11/07 7:00PM 1st Round Playoffs - TBD TBD TBD
11/14 7:00PM 2nd Round Playoffs - TBD TBD TBD
11/21 7:00PM 3rd Round Quarterfinals Playoffs - TBD TBD TBD
11/28 7:00PM 4th Round Semi-Finals Playoffs - TBD TBD TBD


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