MONTGOMERY – Eight area football players earned recognition for their performances in the Alabama High School Athletic Association’s Spotlight for Week 3.
Cherokee County High School’s senior duo of CJ Gresham and Damien Ramsey helped the Warriors knock off previously-ranked No. 7 Anniston 21-20 last Friday.
Gresham ran for 145 yards on 17 carries and scored two touchdowns, including a 2-yard run with 8:24 remaining in the fourth quarter. He also scored on a 33-yard run late in the third quarter.
Ramsey also rushed for 122 yards on 22 attempts with a 6-yard touchdown run and a 27-yard run to the Anniston 2 to set up Gresham’s winning score.
The Warriors (2-1) travel to White Plains on Friday.
At Piedmont, quarterback Jack Hayes had another solid performance in the Class 3A, No. 2 Bulldogs’ 56-0 victory over Glencoe. Hayes completed 7-of-13 pass attempts for 144 yards and three touchdowns (13, 15, 22 yards) and had a 15-yard touchdown run.
Defensively, Gatlyn Gardner returned an interception 49 yards for a score in the Bulldog victory.
Piedmont (3-0) hosts Weaver on Friday.
Speaking of interceptions, Cedar Bluff’s Austin Richardson picked off three Sumiton Christian passes in the Tigers’ 21-14 win. Teammate Bucky Leek returned the second-half kickoff 80 yards for the game-tying touchdown. He also had 35 yards on seven carries and caught three passes for 38 yards.
Cedar Bluff (2-1) travels to Trion, Ga. on Friday.
Collinsville’s Keaton DeBoard also returned a kickoff for a touchdown against Brindlee Mountain. His went for 83 yards in the Panthers’ 44-6 homecoming win. It was one of four scores DeBoard accounted for in the game. He also had rushing scores of 5 and 16 yards and threw a 25-yard TD pass to Colton Wills.
The Panthers (2-2) travel to Sylvania on Friday.
Sand Rock’s Tru Graham returned a punt 29 yards for a touchdown and ran for a 67-yard score in the Wildcats’ 55-13 win over Gaston.
Sand Rock (3-0) hosts Southeastern on Friday.
In other statewide happenings, Fayette County High School’s legendary football program clinched its 700th victory since starting football in 1914 with its 48-0 shutout won over Curry last Friday night in a Class 4A, Region 5 game.
The victory pushed the storied Tigers’ program into the AHSAA Football Spotlight this week.
Fayette County’s milestone win came one week after T.R. Miller High School earned the AHSAA Football Spotlight by becoming the first school in the AHSAA to reach that monumental mark with its 27-16 victory over Chickasaw. The Tigers have compiled a 700-359-35 mark in 1,094 games over 107 seasons.
Fayette County’s Charles Grant had 140 yards receiving and rushing and scored three touchdowns in the Curry win. Quarterback Blake Johnson passed for 126 yards and two TDs, and the Tigers’ defense managed four interceptions with Tucker Sanford pulling down two.
The Fayette milestone victory, which happens to also be the 317th career win for Tigers Hall of Fame Coach Waldon Tucker, was indeed a hard one to reach.
Tucker returned to the sidelines as head coach last year after retiring from head coaching in 2010 with a 313-132-3 overall record in 38 seasons – his last 27 as head coach at Fayette where he amassed a 230-95 record with a state 4A title in 1996 and a runner-up finish in 2000. His current record is 317-141-3 overall and 234-104 at Fayette County.
The school won its 699th game 36-12 over South Lamar last year on September 25th. Fayette County then struggled with five straight losses to close out the season and opened 2021 with a close 6-0 loss to Winfield followed by a 31-12 setback to Bibb County.
The Choctaws and Pirates are both undefeated at 4-0 this season. Bibb County has compiled a 26-4 record in its last 30 games and Winfield is 32-7 over its last four seasons, including this year.
Tucker ranks fourth all-time in Alabama behind Vestavia Hills’ now retired Buddy Anderson (346-160-0), Terry Curtis of UMS-Wright (328-92-0) and Central of Clay County’s Danny Horn (327-90-0). Tucker has 288 career wins in the AHSAA, which ranks seventh all-time.
T.R. Miller beat Chickasaw 27-16 last Friday and leads the AHSAA with 701 wins. Fayette County is second at 700 followed by Oneonta (696-360-33), Deshler (679-365-35), Colbert County (668-378-22), Thomasville (664-339-49), Demopolis (660-324-42), Enterprise (660-330-45), Bessemer City (659-390-34), Benjamin Russell (654-364-26) and UMS-Wright (653-427-26), according to data compiled by the Alabama High School Football Historical Society (www.ahsfhs.org).
Fayette County’s achievement edged out another big team win – by Northside High School, located in the Tuscaloosa County community of Samantha near the Fayette County line.
The Rams used a punishing rushing game to beat Gordo 14-12 – just the second win in the series since its first contest in 1959. Gordo owns a 30-2 record in the series – winning the first 16 meetings before losing 14-12 in 1992.
Since then, the Green Wave reeled off another 14 straight wins before Friday’s win by Coach Chris Hilliker’s Rams. Gordo has outscored Northside 1,063 to 208 over the history of the series.
Northside’s Braden Green finished with 97 yards rushing, one TD and another touchdown pass in the win. Jace McNutt also had 92 yards rushing foe the Rams.
ERIC LANE, WILLIAMSON: The senior offensive lineman was credited with 11 pancake blocks in the Lions’ 26-23 Class 4A, Region 1 win over St. Michael Catholic.
COLLIN MOON, ONEONTA: In just over two quarters of play, he had 270 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns on just six touches to lead the Redskins past Ashville 47-14 IN Class 4A, Region 6. Moon had three rush attempts for 90 yards and two scores, returned a kickoff 80 yards for another TD, returned an interception 42 yards and his fourth score and also has a 48-yard non-scoring pass reception in the win.
GRAY JENNINGS, OPP: The junior quarterback was 11-of-12 passing for 267 yards and four touchdowns, and his brother Cole Jennings, a senior, led the Bobcats defense with 16 tackles as Opp downed Houston Academy 49-21. Gray had TD passes of 75, 55, 44 and 32 yards, and Cole also had four tackles for loss including 2.5 sacks. The brothers combined one play in the contest – a 6-yard pass completion from Cole to Gray.
KYLER McGINN, CLEBURNE COUNTY: The sophomore quarterback, who returned to action this season after being sidelined for most of last season with a broken elbow, continued his strong 2021 effort with 381 total yards and six touchdowns in a 47-20 Class 4A, Region 4 win over Munford as the Tigers’ improved record to 4-0. He had 181 yards rushing and five touchdowns and also passed for 200 yards and another score.
ZACH KITTRELL, BAYSIDE ACADEMY: Kittrell rushed for 166 yards and a touchdown for the Admirals and passed for 72 yards and 2 TDs in a 34-28 overtime loss to Hillcrest-Evergreen in Class 3A, Region 1. He had a 38-yrd TD run where he dodged or bounced off nine would-be tacklers that made ESPN’s National top plays on Friday and was seen around the world.
JERMAREY LAWSON, VINCENT: Had 21 carries for 311 yards and four touchdowns in a 42-27 Class 2A, Region 4 win over Horseshoe Bend. He scored on runs of78, 27, 35 and 10 yards.
ZAC CHAPMAN, ISABELLA: Rushed 28 times for 264 yards with one TD as the Mustangs overcame a 22-16 halftime deficit to win 28-22 over Chilton County rival Thorsby. He scored on a 6-yard run but set up two TDs with non-scoring runs of 56 and 53 yards.
WILL STOKES, MADISON ACADEMY: Rushed for 254 yards and four touchdowns and returned a punt 50 yards for another score, all in the first half of the Mustangs’ 52-14 win over Westminster Christian.
JAYLEN DANIELS, TALLASSEE: Totaled 235 yards rushing on 35 carries and scored three touchdowns in a nail-biting 35-33 setback to Sylacauga in Class 5A, Region 4. His longest run was a 90-yrd jaunt right before the half to give the Tigers a 26-21 lead at halftime.
BRYANT HYDE, PHIL CAMPBELL: Rushed for 233 yards and five touchdowns in a 37-14 win over Clements.
JORDAN GREENFIELD, FALKVILLE: Piled up 230 yards rushing on 31 carries and scored two touchdowns as Falkville downed Pisgah 35-22.
GAVIN BROWN, CORNER: Had 26 carries for 220 yards and five TDs as the Yellow Jackets beat Hayden 48-20 in Class 5A, Region 6.
ALEX BANKS, DALE COUNTY: Accounted for 317 yards and five touchdowns, including the go-ahead 6-yard TD run with 37 seconds left to help the Warriors to a 47-42 win over Geneva. He rushed for 213 yards and three TDs (52, 63 and 6 yards) on 15 carries and was a perfect 9-of-9 passing for 104 yards and two scores (37 and 12 yards).
COREY LANDERS, ALABAMA CHRISTIAN: Had 29 carries for 216 yards and four touchdowns in the Eagles’ 35-13 Class 4A, Region 2 victory. His TD runs covered 14, 3, 7 and 3 yards.
DESHUNE WILLIAMS, BLOUNT: The sophomore running back had 201 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 30 carries as the Leopards won their first game of the season, downing Citronelle 27-7 in Class 6A, Region 1.
MEKHI ANGLIN, COTTONWOOD: Rushed for 198 yards on 17 carries with three touchdowns and also had an 81-yard kickoff for a touchdown in the Bears’ 57-24 win over Class Abbeville. His rushing TDs came on two 1-yard runs and a 61-yard run.
DEMARCUS LACEY, PLEASANT GROVE: Had seven carries for 198 yards and two TDs to lead the Spartans to a 43-7 win over Wenonah in Class 5A, Region 5.
JAYLEN MURRY, WICKSBURG: Gained 188 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 17 carries and also caught a 31-yard TD pass in a 54-28 win over Northside Methodist Academy. Teammate Charles Snyder also rushed for 182 yards and three touchdowns and had four tackles on defense.
KOBE STRINGER, G.W. LONG: Combined for 196 yards and three touchdowns in the Rebels’ 45-16 win over Houston County. He was 8-of-14 passing for 137 yards and one score and also rushed for 59 yards on eight carries with TD runs of 19 and 12 yards.
TROY BRUCE, CENTER POINT: Totaled 22 rush attempts for 164 yards and three TDs in the Eagles’ 44-10 Class 5A, Region 6 over Lincoln.
ROD THOMAS, McADORY: Picked up 164 rushing yards on 21 carries and scored three touchdowns as the Jacket won the Class 6A, Region 4 battle 42-23 over Paul Bryant.
RAMETRIUS YELVERTON, LEEDS: Totaled 164 yards and two TDs in the Green Wave’s 33-19 Class 5A, Region 6 win over Moody.
DAMERION-MANK FINDLEY, FLOMATON: Led the Hurricanes to a 26-10 win over Cottage Hill Christian in Class 3A, Region 1 with 166 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 29 carries.
MATTHEW CLARK, MEEK: Had 17 carries for 163 yards and two TDs in the 32-26 Class 1A, Region 6 win over South Lamar.
SANTAE McWILLIAMS, SARALAND: The freshman rushed 30 times for 149 yards, and Saraland used a second-half boost to break open a close game and defeat Baldwin County 34-24.
FERNANDO BROWN, MURPHY: The Panthers’ senior running back, rushed for 148 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries, including a 56-yard run in the third quarter, as Murphy got its first win of the year with 45-7 Class 7A, Region 1 victory over Mary Montgomery.
DEREK BEARDEN, NORTH SAND MOUNTAIN: Totaled 214 total yards and scored four touchdowns as the Bison downed Section 42-34. He rushed for 147 yards with TDs covering 1, 7, 14 and 61 yards and was 7-of-12 passing for 67 yards in the win.
C.J. MILLER, GADSDEN CITY: Rushed for 153 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries in the Titans’ 44-17 loss to Hoover in Class 7A, Region 3.
KARMICHAEL CATTLING, WESTBROOK CHRISTIAN: Rushed for 152 yards and a touchdown on 28 carries in the Warriors’ 34-31 Class 2A, Region 6 loss to Southeastern.
JERMAINE COLEMAN, VIGOR: Rushed for 140 yards and a TD on 22 carries as the Wolves rolled beat Jackson 20-7 in Class 4A, Region 1.
DEVIN HARRIS, MOBILE CHRISTIAN: Amassed 140 rushing yards and three touchdowns (11, 9 and 26 yards) Mobile Christian defeated W.S. Neal 29-14 in Class 4A, Region 1.
EDWARD OSLEY, CLAY-CHALKVILLE: Ran 25 times for 136 yards and two TDs and caught two passes for 27 yards as the unbeaten Cougars (4-0) beat Gardendale 46-0 in Class 6A, Region 6.
WOODS RAY, HOMEWOOD: Passed for 325 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 65 yards and two more scores as the Patriots fought Chelsea’s second-half comeback to win 37-35 in Class 6A, Region 5.
ANTHONY JOHNSON, MIDFIELD: Was 13-of-21 passing for 304 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for a fourth TD as the Patriots beat Addison 30-28 in Class 2A, Region 5
CADE OTT CARUTH, HEWITT-TRUSSVILLE: Completed 23-of-36 passes for 293 yards and four TDs and ran for two TDs as the unbeaten Huskies (4-0) beat Tuscaloosa County 42-7 in Class 7A, Region 4.
IAN SENN, ARITON: The Purple Cats’ quarterback totaled for 294 yards and four touchdowns in Ariton’s 42-0 win over Geneva County. He was 9-of-10 passing for 208 yards with three touchdowns and rushed for 86 yards and a TD. He had a 13-yard TD pass to Jordan Smith, who added 149 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 16 carries.
HAYDEN GARRISON, CHELSEA: Passed for 298 yards and two TDs, one an 80-yard strike to M.J. Conrad, in a 37-35 Class 6A, Region 5 loss to Homewood.
CHRISTOPHER VIZZINA, BRIARWOOD CHRISTIAN: Finished 13-of-17 passing for 278 yards and three touchdowns covering 30, 59 and 60 yards and also rushed 12 yards for a fourth TD as the Lions (4-0) beat Woodlawn 42-21 in Class 6A, Region 5.
JAMAR GREEN, CARVER-MONTGOMERY: Led the Wolverines from a 12-0 halftime deficit to a 27-12 Class 6A, Region 2 win over Park Crossing at Cramton Bowl. He passed for four touchdowns in the second-half comeback and finished the night 9-of-16 passing for 261 yards. His TDs covered 9, 16, 78 and 73 yards.
GARRETT AMES, MORTIMER JORDAN: Was 21-of-32 passing for 262 yards and two TDs in the Blue Devils’ 54-26 Class 6A, Region 6 loss to Jackson-Olin.
PRESTON STOKES, CALERA: Piled up 250 passing yards and two touchdowns on a 16-of-22 performance to lead the Eagles to a 21-0 win over Chilton County in Class 6A, Region 3.
OWEN HENDRY, MILLRY: Connected on 10-of-16 passes for 232 yards and three touchdowns in Millry’s 49-0 Class 1A, Region 2 victory over Choctaw County. He also returned a punt 65 yards for a score and rushed for another TD to account for five touchdowns overall.
RAYSHAWN HARDY, BOB JONES: Completed 14-of-31 passes for 218 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 158 yards and three more scores in a 52-49 Class 7A, Region 4 win over Huntsville. His TD runs covered 3, 8 and 29 yards, the final score coming with 45.7 seconds left in the fourth quarter to clinch the win. His TD passes covered 31 and 38 yards.
CONNER HARRELL, THOMPSON: Was 9-of-11 passing for 215 yards and two touchdowns as the two-time defending Class 7A state champion Warriors downed Spain Park 49-3. The field goal, a 40-yarder by Braxton Sumpter, was the first points allowed this season in four games by the Thompson defense.
STONE LAWLESS, HUNTSVILLE: Accounted for all seven Panther touchdowns in a wild 52-49 Class 7A, Region 4 loss to Bob Jones. Passed for five touchdown passes (60, 30, 18, 13 and 5 yards) and scored on TD runs of 1 and 7 yards.
KADEN CUPP, NEW BROCKTON: Had 311 total yards and accounted for five touchdowns in the Gamecocks’ 45-20 win over Daleville. He was 5-of-9 passing for 159 yards and three TDs and rushed for 152 yards and two scores on just six carries.
A.J. WALLACE, MOODY: The junior quarterback passed for 268 yards and three touchdowns with a 19-of-28 passing performance and also rushed for 76 yards on nine carries in the Blue Devils’ 33-19 loss to Leeds.
TYJARIAN WILLIAMS, ALICEVILLE: Was 12-of-16 passing for 276 yards and three touchdowns in a 44-28 win over Sulligent in Class 2A, Region 5.
GRIFFIN HANSON, MARS HILL BIBLE: The sophomore quarterback was 8-of-8 passing for 219 yards and five touchdowns as the defending Class 2A state champion Panthers downed Hatton 60-12.
CLYDE PITTMAN, AUBURN: Led the unbeaten Tigers (4-0) to a 49-13 win over Dothan with an 11-of-13 passing performances for 198 yards and four touchdowns.
PARKER MARTIN, FAIRVIEW: Completed 12-of-17 passes for 164 yards and a season-high four touchdowns in 42-19 victory over Douglas. His TD passes went to Bryson Chamness (7 and 10 yards), to Caden Jennings (19 yards) and to Jameson Goble (13 yards). The QB leads Cullman County schools this season with 11 touchdown passes in four games. He has completed 39-of-55 passes for the Aggies (3-1) with only two interceptions.
ED JOHNSON, ARAB: Connected on 17-of-21 passes attempted for 178 yard and one TD and rushed for 50 yards on nine carries with two more scores as Arab blanked Scottsboro 35-0 – the biggest margin of victory in the series for the Knights. His 8-yard TD pass was caught by twin brother John Wesson Johnson. The QB is 51-of-75 passing this season in four games for 549 yards and three TDs. He has also rushed for 443 yards and nine TDs on 82 rush attempts.
GAUGE NESMITH, SOUTHSIDE-GADSDEN: Completed 11-of-19 passes for 206 yards and four touchdowns in the Panthers’ 34-31 Class 6A, Region 7 win over Oxford.
KAM SANDLIN, ANNISTON: Completed 15-of-24 pass attempts for 178 yards, including a 25-yard touchdown to Antonio Kite, in the Bulldogs’ 21-20 loss at Cherokee County.
CARTER LAMBERT, BOAZ: Accounted for 230 yards total offense in a 49-7 win over West Point. The senior quarterback completed 10-of-17 passes for 125 yards with a 51-yard TD connection to T.J. Wills on the game’s opening drive. He also rushed eight times for 105 yards. Freshman quarterback Tyler Pierce rushed for two TDs and passed for another score in his back-up role.
EVAN SMITH, OAK MOUNTAIN: Completed 11-of-19 passes for 133 yards and two TDs and ran 18 times for 76 yards and a TD for 209 total yards to lead the Eagles (4-0), one of four teams still unbeaten in Class 7A, Region 3, to a 24-14 win over Vestavia Hills.
JOSH FLOWERS, BAKER: Completed 9-of-11 passes for 141 yards and rushed for 125 yards and four touchdowns on 11 carries as the Hornets blanked Alma Bryant 48-0 in Class 4A, Region 1.
ZACCHAEUS LINDSEY, OPP: Caught three passes for 155 yards with two of the receptions going for touchdowns of 75 and 66 yards in the Bobcats’ 49-21 Class 3A, Region 2 win over Houston Academy.
DAVION DOZIER, MOODY: Grabbed 10 receptions for 140 yards and all three of the Blue Devils’ touchdowns in a 33-19 Class 5A, Region 6 loss to Leeds.
DE’ANDRE COLEMAN, HUEYTOWN: Caught five passes for 124 yards and ONE touchdown as the Gophers beat Brookwood 54-0 in Class 6A, Region 4.
SIDNEY FRANKLIN, CARVER-MONTGOMERY: Snagged four receptions for 119 yards and two TDs (9, 25 and 78 yards) in the Wolverines’ come-from-behind 27-12 win over Park Crossing in Class 6A, Region 2.
COOPER HIGGINS, BRIARWOOD CHISTIAN: Had four touches for 113 yards and three TDs as the Lions downed Woodlawn 42-21 in Class 6A, Region 5.
TYQUAN SIMON, ALICEVILLE: Had three catches for 112 yards and a touchdowns to help the Jackets beat Sulligent 44-28 in Class 2A, Region 5.
DAIMON HITCHCOCK, SOUTHSIDE-GADSDEN: Had four receptions for 105 yards and two touchdowns in the Panthers’ 34-31 win over Oxford.
JAYLON CUNNINGHAM, ANNISTON: Caught 10 passes for 103 yards in the Bulldogs’ 21-20 Class 4A, Region 4 loss at Cherokee County.
JAYLEN WARD, THOMPSON: Hauled in a 72-yard TD reception finishing with three catches for 103 yards in the Warriors’ 49-3 Class 7A, Region 3 win.
JAMARIAN RYANS, HALE COUNTY: Returned two interceptions for touchdowns on defend caught a TD pass on offense as Hale County downed Prattville Christian 42-0 in Class 3A, Region 3.
DERRION CROSSLEY, DALE COUNTY: Intercepted a pass at the 1-yard line in the final 10 seconds to preserve the Warriors’ 47-42 win over Geneva. He also caught four passes for 70 yards with two going for touchdowns of receptions of 37 and 12 yards.
JAMAROUN SATTERWHITE, OPELIKA: The Bulldogs’ defensive back had 10 tackles, recovered two fumbles and made an interceptions to lead Opelika to a 21-0 win over Eufaula.
ANDRE CARR, PARKER: Accounted for eight tackles and had two interceptions, returning one for a TD, to lead the Thundering Herd to a 34-6 win over Birmingham city rival Ramsay.
TYTAN RICH, SOUTHSIDE-GADSDEN: Finished with 15 tackles and a sack in the Panthers’ 34-31 win over Oxford.
COLE DENNIS, MONTEVALLO: Had 14 tackles and forced a fumble in the Bulldogs’ 35-13 Class 4A, Region 3 loss to Bibb County.
GARRETT McKINNEY, OAK GROVE: Had 13 tackles, including two for-loss, returned an interception 70 yards for a TD, forced a fumble and returned a kickoff 80 yards inside Hamilton’s 5 yard line in a 23-13 Class 4A, Region 5 setback.
SETH SIMS, ELBERTA: Had 14 tackles on offense and caught six passes for 75 yards on offense as the Warriors beat Satsuma 30-0 in Class 5A, Region 1 for their first win of the season.
EVAN SWAIN, VINCENT: Had 13 solo tackles and a sack in a 42-27 win over Horseshoe Bend in Class 2A, Region 4. Teammate Tray Youngblood also had two interceptions.
JONATHAN PUGH, ARAB: Led a strong defensive effort in the trenches up front participating in 10 tackles as the Knights beat Scottsboro 35-0.
JAQUAVIOUS RUSSAW, CARVER-MONTGOMERY: Had four second-half sacks to help the Wolverines rebound from a 12-0 halftime deficit to a 27-12 win over city rival Park Crossing.
REMINGTON TAYLOR, THORSBY: Returned a first-half interception 46 yards for a TD and added two other scored on a 2-yard run and 43-yard reception to give Thorsby a 22-16 lead in the first half in the Rebels’ 28-22 loss to Chilton County rival Isabella.
BRYANT LOVING, HAMILTON: Intercepted two passes and caught a touchdown in a 23-13 win over Oak Grove.
COLLIN ROGERS, PRATTVILLE: Kicked three field goals, including 52-yarder and the other two from 42 yards, to lead the Lions to a 37-8 win over Smiths Station in Class 7A, Region 2.
TOMMY GRIGSBY, SHELBY COUNTY: Kicked a 27-yard field goal with 37 seconds remaining to lift the Wildcats past Selma 11-8 in Class 5A, Region 3.
CARLOS HERRING, PELL CITY: Returned a kickoff 83 yards for one TD and carried an intercepted pass 45 yards into the end zone for a second touchdown in the Panthers’ 55-20 win over Talladega.
ELI WILLIAMS, WICKSBURG: Returned a kickoff 82 yards for a touchdown and added an interception and four tackles on defense in the Panthers’ 54-28 win over Northside Methodist Academy.
JACK GABLE, SUMITON CHRISTIAN: Put the Eagles on top early in the first quarter on a 50-yard interception return in a 21-14 loss to Cedar Bluff.
ELIJAH GUYTON, FAIRVIEW: Was 6-of-6 on extra points in Fairview’s 42-19 victory over Douglas. He also punted three times for a 32.0-yad average, but more importantly, backed up the Eagles with the punts being downed at the Douglas 20, 4 and 25-yard lines. He had six kickoffs that had the opponent starting each possession at the 20-yard line. Guyton has converted 20-of-22 extra points this season for the Aggies, who are averaging 41.2 points per game.