DONTA DANIEL, Central Coosa: Daniel was a bright spot for Central Coosa. Just missing out on this week’s Century Club, Daniel finished with 97 rushing yards on 19 carries in the Cougars’ loss to Thorsby. He also scored one touchdown, an 83-yard rushing score.
GARRET DAVISON, Lyman Ward: Despite a loss for Lyman Ward Military Academy, Davison had another standout performance. He completed 22 passes, eight of which went for touchdowns. He totaled 378 passing yards to go along with 93 rushing yards. He also added one touchdown on the ground.
A’NIAH FORD, Benjamin Russell: In two of the Wildcats’ three matches this week, Ford racked up double-digit kill performances. She had a stellar 20 kills in a 3-1 victory over Lanier, and followed it up with 19 kills in an area defeat of Opelika. Ford is averaging three kills per set so far this season with 206 on the year.
NALIJAH HEARD, Horseshoe Bend: Not only was Heard one of the top defenders for the Generals in Friday’s loss to Holtville, he also paced the receivers with four catches for 72 yards. He also had two sacks, including a safety in which he tackled Holtville’s quarterback in the end zone.
TYKEEM HOLLEY, Dadeville: Holley was one of the biggest standouts defensively for the Tigers on Friday night in a narrow loss to Valley. Holley plays at inside linebacker.
JAIKOBEE GAMBLE, Benjamin Russell: Gamble had a strong game defensively for the Wildcats in a loss to Oxford. He finished with nearly 10 tackles and also had an interception, which saved a potential Yellow Jacket touchdown.
REECES LONES, Lyman Ward: Lones racked up a staggering seven touchdowns in the Fighting Rangers’ 84-60 loss to Freedom. He had receptions and totaled 182 receiving yards.
TADARIUS PARKER, Central Coosa: Parker averaged more than 10 yards per carry on Friday night against Thorsby. He finished with a total of 71 yards on five attempts and had one of the Cougars’ two touchdowns.
ZAE STOWES, Benjamin Russell: Stowes scored the only touchdown of the game for the Wildcats against Oxford. He grabbed a 67-yard reception for a score.
GRANT TAYLOR, Horseshoe Bend: Taylor nailed a pair of first-half field goals for the Generals on Friday against Holtville. His kicks were of 31 and 38 yards, and he also booted a handful of touchbacks giving the Generals a field-position advantage for much of the game.
MAGGIE WOOD, Horseshoe Bend: Wood has been a heavy hitter throughout the season for the Generals’ volleyball team. She had performances of seven kills, nine kills and seven kills throughout Saturday’s Clay Central tournament to help Horseshoe Bend place third overall.