PRATTVILLE – Edgewood quarterback Dylan Ingram set two AISA records with seven touchdown passes in the Wildcats’ 63-28 win over East Memorial on Friday.
Ingram’s seven touchdown passes set the state record for a game and also gave him a state-record 39 touchdowns this season.
Ingram, who left early in the third quarter, completed 15 of 23 passes for a school-record 516 yards. Taylor Hawthorne had 207 receiving yards, including an 80-yard touchdown pass from Ingram.
Bailey Hansen led the top-ranked Wildcats (9-0, 6-0 Class AA, Region 1) with 12 tackles and a fumble recovery. B.J. Johnson added six tackles and two sacks. The Wildcats dropped to 2-6, 2-3.
Crenshaw Christian 49,
Evangel Christian 14
LUVERNE – Crenshaw (5-3, 3-2 Class AA, Region 1) clinched a seventh straight playoff berth by rushing for 321 yards on 41 carries and six touchdowns.
Gavin McKenzie led the Cougars with 110 yards on seven carries and two touchdowns. Chris Wooten added 72 yards on nine attempts with two scores
Steele Jackson picked up 64 yards on 10 carries and scored once. Jackson also caught a 6-yard touchdown pass from Trent McGough.
The rushing touchdown of the night, however, was Storm Worthington’s 24-yard run. The 300-pound offensive lineman was granted one carry and took it all the way to the end zone.
Wooten tied for the team lead with six tackles and a sack. Justin Williamson had six tackles and an interception. Ke’Vontae May intercepted a pass and return it 38 yards.
James Thomas caught a 70-yard touchdown pass from David Whitlow and freshman Mike Collins returned a kickoff 90 yards for a score for Evangel (1-7, 1-4).
Autauga Academy 42,
Lowndes Academy 12
HAYNEVILLE – London Maynard was 9-of-12 passing for 162 yards and four touchdowns to lead the sixth-ranked Generals (7-1) over the Rebels (3-5).
O.J. Howard, who missed the last five games with a knee injury, caught three passes for 69 yards and three touchdowns. Pertel Smith also caught three passes for 40 yards and a score.
Eric Graham ran for 104 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries for Autauga, which is 5-0 vs. Lowndes the last three years.
Fort Dale Academy 41,
Bessemer Academy 20
BESSEMER – Chip Taylor ran for 164 yards and two touchdowns and had 135 yards passing with a score to push the Eagles (6-2) over the Rebels (2-7).
Ryan Salter caught a 17-yard TD pass from Taylor, who was 7-of-14 passing for 135 yards. Taylor had seven carries, including scores of 20 and 68 yards.
Chase Whiddon made 13 tackles, had an interception and scored on a 5-yard run. Cade Tillery totaled 10 tackles. Ryan Taylor and Ryan Burkett also had TD runs for Fort Dale, which led 35-6 at halftime.
Pike Liberal Arts 9
HOPE HULL – Darius Bennett scored three times and the Colts (5-4, 3-2 Class AAA, Region 2) had three 100-yard rushers against the Patriots (1-7, 0-4).
Nic Taylor had 109 yards on three carries with touchdowns of 20 and 50 yards. Thomas Harper ran seven times for 100 yards, including scores of 5 and 31 yards.
Bennett had 100 yards on eight carries with TDs of 30 and 8 yards. Bennett also caught a 37-yard touchdown pass from Drew Owen.
Raheem Sheppard had eight tackles and forced a fumble. Dezmond Howard made seven tackles. Kyle Sides had six tackles and a fumble recovery.
ALABASTER – Kyle White ran for 254 yards and three touchdowns on 25 carries to help the Knights (6-2, 3-2 Class AAA, Region 1) seal their first playoff berth since 2009.
Peyton Whittle ran for 130 yards and three touchdowns, plus caught a 13-yard TD pass from Will Graham. Graham finished 6-of-7 passing for 130 yards and ran for a two-point conversion.
Jordan Schultz recorded 10 tackles and Austin Skipper had seven tackles and a sack.
Abbeville Christian 59,
Preston Anderson caught six passes for 112 yards for Eastwood (1-8). Elijah Owen had 92 yards receiving, 68 yards rushing and an 88-yard touchdown pass.
Ashford Academy 41,
ASHFORD – Alex Morris ran for two touchdowns, threw for one and returned a kickoff 89 yards for a fourth score to lead the Falcons 6-3, 4-2 Class A, Region 1) over the Raiders (1-7, 0-5).
— From staff reports