Madison Academy (2-2) at Tanner (2-2), Thursday*Rip Swanner Stadium*Madison Academy has won two consecutive games while outscoring opponents 62-8. ... Alex Carpenter ran for three touchdowns in last week's 38-2 win over Westminster Christian. Evan Brooks compiled 190 all-purpose yards, highlighted by a 90-yard punt return. ... Tanner is coming off an open week. The Rattlers lost to Winston County two weeks ago, snapping a 54-game region winning streak that dated back to 2009. ... Rattlers junior C.J.
Fairhope had been practicing and saving the play all year. They picked a good time to use it. On his team’s first play of overtime, Junior QB Devin Mitchell rolled right, then threw back to Jackson Turner for a 10-yard TD pass that gave the Pirates a dramatic 20-17 win over rival Daphne in the War for the Eastern Shore. The Trojans had settled for a 23-yard Diego Guajardo field goal on their OT possession. “The old ‘Lutzie’ play,” Fairhope coach Tim Carter said of the final play.
Here are your nominees for the Week 5 Coastal Alabama Football Player of the Week. RELATED: Vote for Huntsville Player of the WeekRELATED: Vote for Birmingham Player of the WeekA player can be nominated for Player of the Week by a member of his team’s coaching staff by noon each Saturday. The poll opens Sunday and runs until Tuesday night. The winner will be announced in the Press-Register on Friday. Readers may vote once an hour until the poll closes. It was another good week.
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