AUTAUGAVILLE – Stefon Palmer ran for 110 yards, including a second-half touchdown that sealed Autaugaville’s 20-8 win over Greene County on Friday.
Palmer, who had 14 carries, also caught four passes for 75 yards and made 11 tackles.
Delron Maynard was 15-of-33 passing for 200 yards and added a rushing touchdown for the Eagles. Juwan Howard ran nine times for 80 yards.
Darius Carroll’s 15-yard interception return for a touchdown was one of three turnovers forced by Autaugaville.
Rod Harrell forced two fumbles, recovered one and had two sacks. Jaden Harris also recovered a fumble. Quin Kent made eight tackles, including a sack.
Marbury 28, Alabama Christian 18
MARBURY – Sam Williams’ last-minute 20-yard fumble return for a touchdown sealed the Bulldogs’ win over the Eagles.
Thorsby 43, Holtville 14
HOLTVILLE – Reece Burbage had a 52-yard touchdown run and Todd Buck had a 20-yard touchdown run for Holtville.
Georgiana 48, Prattville Christian 26
GEORGIANA – E.J. Spencer led PCA with 140 yards passing and 92 rushing with four rushing touchdowns. Dawson Roy added 13 carries 65 yards.
Sparta 22, Hooper 7
EVERGREEN – Trace Edwards led Hooper with 80 rushing yards and a touchdown.
Madison Academy 19, Leeds 14
Malik Miller ran 24 times for 146 yards and a touchdown to lead the Mustangs over the Green Wave in a matchup of defending state champions at Cramton Bowl.
Grayson Edgemon was 10-of-13 passing for 200 yards and a touchdown for Madison Academy, the defending Class 3A champion. Tre Nation’s 211 yards on 24 carries, with touchdowns of 2 and 9 yards, paced 4A champ Leeds.
Cramton Bowl will host two exhibitions today to end the AHSAA’s Champions Challenge. Glencoe faces Gordo at 5 p.m. and G.W. Carver takes on Bob Jones at 7:30.
Tallassee 26, Notasulga 0
TALLASSEE – Coach Mike Battles Jr. led the Tigers to victory. Tallassee traditionally does not publicize the accomplishments of its players. Notasulga is ranked fifth in Class 1A. Class 5A Tallassee beat the Blue Devils 49-0 last year.
Thompson 37, Wetumpka 13
ALABASTER – The Warriors, after a winless 2014, scorched the Indians and coach Tim Perry in their 2015 opener. Wetumpka beat Thompson 28-13 in last year’s season opener.
Northside Methodist 34,
Crenshaw Christian 21
LUVERNE – Cole Roper ran for 71 yards and a touchdown and made nine tackles to lead Crenshaw. Collin Holloway had 51 yards rushing, two scores and eight tackles.
Kyler Weeks finished with a team-high 12 tackles, while Nate Scoggins and Preston Worley added seven each. Tyler Henderson recovered a fumble and Colten Kelley intercepted a pass.
Caleb Tisdale, who joined the Cougars just this week, was 3-of-3 on extra points.
— From staff reports