Week 9 recap

Published 12:42 am Saturday, October 21, 2017

Isabella 48 Notasulga 22

Isabella took out its frustration following the Maplesville loss by handily defeating Notasulga, 48-22 at home.

The Mustangs (7-1, 4-1) ran right at Notasulga to the tune of 609 rushing yards in the game.

Jordan Campbell had 179 all-purpose yards, which included an 89-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the second quarter. Campbell’s special teams score answered a kickoff return touchdown by Notasulga earlier in the quarter.

Jaqarise Stacy had yet another big game at quarterback, with 186 total yards of offense and three scores.

Isabella completed just one pass in the game, a touchdown from Jaqarise Stacy to Cornelius Stacy.

Jarred Campbell and Austin Brasher ran for touchdowns for Isabella’s first two scores of the night, while Jordan Campbell capped off the scoring with a 42-yard run.


Jemison 49 Dallas County 20

The Panthers got back on the winning side of things on the road against Dallas County and ended a four-game losing streak.

According to Jemison head coach Van Clements, the offensive line played extremely well and was one of many bright spots for the team.

Colin Hayes, Jacob Anderson, Colin Tillery, Johnathan Lowery, Noah Glenn and tight end Sawyer Smith played as a tight knit unit and as a result, the backs ran the ball well.

Daniel Martin made sure that the Panther offense was consistently in the right plays at the line of scrimmage to succeed.

The Jemison defense gave up 14 points in early stages of the game, but settled in nicely and established its will as the game went along, especially up front by limiting the Dallas County running game and pressuring the quarterback.

Drue Moore returned an interception for a touchdown, which helped secure the win late in the game.


Maplesville 71 Autaugaville 6

It was an onslaught to open the game, as the Red Devils score 44 first quarter points and led 51-0 at halftime.

The frantic pace was too much for Autaugaville, which was outmatched in every phase of the game.

The offensive leaders were Brent Schoener who completed three of four passes for 52 yards and a touchdown to Chaz Morris.

Ryan Morrow led the ground game with 77 yards and two scores on six carries.

There was plenty of damage done defensively as well, as Autaugaville was held to 103 total yards of offense and forced into four turnovers.