Billingsley wins big against Prattville Christian
The Billingsley Bears took two steps up in class and won in convincing fashion with a 49-8 victory on the road against Class 3A Prattville Christian.
Brisen Tatum was a playmaker with the ball in his hands and found ways to impact the game as a receiver and runner.
He caught a pair of passes for 109 yards, one of which went for a 95-yard touchdown from Levi Arington.
However, Tatum was not done there, as he also carried the ball seven times for 76 yards and a score and returned a punt return 62 yards to the house.
Taylor Arington led the team with 137 rushing yards and a touchdown on seven rush attempts.
Eli Cobern and Rodriquis McCary finished tied with a team-high six tackles. McCary also recovered a fumble.
With the win, the Bears improved to an overall record of 3-2 and will look to remain undefeated in region play as they face Wadley (3-2, 2-1) at home on Oct. 4.