Outlook Weekly Stars

JAMICHAEL CHAMBLISS, Central Coosa: Chambliss had a standout game for the Cougars both offensively and defensively. He finished with 86 yards on a mere 12 carries and could’ve had more if two long runs weren’t called back due to penalties.

KOBI CRABB, Benjamin Russell: Crabb had a timely interception during the Wildcats’ one-point win over Minor on Thursday night.

GARRET DAVISON, Lyman Ward: Davison provided the majority of the Fighting Rangers’ offense this week with his arm. He went 17-for-29 against Ezekial, collected 256 yards and threw three touchdown passes.

JIMMIEL HARRISON, Benjamin Russell: Harrison combined with Outlook Athlete of the Week Jaden Tuck for a two-point conversion stop in the final minute of Thursday night’s victory over Minor. The final score was 15-14.

DAVEDE HERRON, Benjamin Russell: Herron was just shy of another 100-yard game. He finished with 95 yards on 22 carries and scored a touchdown for the Wildcats.

TYKEEM HOLLEY, Dadeville: Tiger coach Richard White said Holley had a strong defensive game for Dadeville at linebacker against Elmore County.

CHEYANNA HOWARD, Horseshoe Bend: Howard stuffed the stat sheet on Monday night in the Generals’ sweep of Lanett. She had eight aces, three kills and two digs to help the team to a straight-set victory.

LEO LEWIS, Reeltown: Rebel coach Matt Johnson was impressed with his entire defensive line in a loss to LaFayette on Friday, but he said Lewis, in particular, was “fantastic” up front.

JOSEAN MCKINNEY, Central Coosa: McKinney had a breakout game for the Cougars against B.B. Comer. A recent implant from Panama City, McKinney broke off a couple long runs, finishing with 49 yards on just five carries. He scored a 14-yard rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter.

TRACE MEADOWS, Horseshoe Bend: After missing nearly two whole games with an injury, Meadows picked up right where he left off in the Generals’ narrow loss to Vincent. He scored all of Horseshoe Bend’s touchdowns and needed 24 carries to gain 139 rushing yards.

MAXWELL WEBB, Lyman Ward: Although Lyman Ward suffered a loss at the hands of Ezekial, Webb had a fine defensive performance. He led the Fighting Rangers with six solo tackles, and he had three assisted tackles and one tackle for a loss.