Irish Bill’s Super 7 Panhandle Power Rankings (Large/Small) & Players of the Week

Irish Bill’s Super 7 Panhandle Power Rankings (Large Schools)
1 – Niceville (5-0) – beat Catholic, 35-0
2 – Escambia (5-0) – beat Pine Forest, 33-14
3 – Navarre (4-0) – beat Andalusia, 16-14
4 – Milton (5-0) – beat Mosley, 21-10
5 – West Florida (2-1) – game cancelled
6 – Washington (3-2) – beat Pensacola, 47-7
7 – Mosley (3-3) – lost to Milton, 21-10

Irish Bill’s Super 7 Panhandle Power Rankings (Small Schools)
1 – Baker (7-0) – beat Graceville, 35-6
2 – Vernon (4-0) – Open Week
3 – Sneads (5-1) – beat Wewa, 35-14
4 – Northview (4-1) – beat Jay, 34-15
5 – Catholic (2-3) – lost to Niceville, 35-0
6 – Port St Joe (5-1) – beat Holmes County, 42-14
7 – Marianna (5-3) – beat Maclay, 27-7

Players of the Week

Offensive Player – Northview RB Jayden Jackson makes it back to back weeks as our Offensive Player of the Week as he had 12 carries for 347 yards rushing and 4 TDs, in a 34-15 win over Jay.

Defensive Player – Milton LB Chase Morgan contributed 15 tackles; 4 solo, 11 assists and 3 sacks in a 21-10 win over Mosley.

Congratulations goes out to Jayden Jackson and Chase Morgan.

Other Noteworthy Panhandle Performances:
QB

South Walton – Kemper Hodges – 25-42, 337 yards, 4 TDs; 18 carries, 112 yards
Port St Joe – Colin Amison – 12-20, 302 yards, 4 TDs
Milton – Tyler Buchanan – 19-30, 282 yards, 3 TDs
Niceville – Trey Wainright – 15-18, 258 yards, 2 TDs
Escambia – Rennie Prim – 14-20, 251 yards, 3 TDs
Washington – Ammiel Steele – 14-20, 236 yards, 2 TDs
Crestview – Marquis McCoy – 164 yards passing, TD; 21 carries, 136 yards, 5 TDs
Pine Forest – TJ Wilson – 14-24, 136 yards
Wewa – Alex Williams – 14 carries, 124 yards, TD; 13 tackles (9 solo/4 assists)
Pace – Brandon Miller – 15 carries, 107 yards, 3 TDs

WR/TE
South Walton – Cade Roberts – 9 receptions, 169 yards, 2 TDs
Niceville – Dramarian McNulty – 8 receptions, 123 yards
Port St Joe – Nick Jefferson – 4 receptions, 123 yards, 2 TDs
Escambia – JoJo Blackmon – 7 receptions, 114 yards, TD
Pine Forest – Joseph Garrett – 8 receptions, 109 yards
Escambia – Jaden Milliner – 5 receptions, 106 yards, TD

RB
Baker – Joe Brunson – 26 carries, 217 yards, 3 TDs
Gadsden County – Johntarrious Thomas – 15 carries, 168 yards, 2 TDs
Baker – Kayleb Wagner – 11 carries, 164 yards, TD
Sneads – Calvin Stringer – 17 carries, 148 yards, 3 TDs
Pace – Tyree Haines – 20 carries, 146 yards, 2 TDs
Wewa – Zay McDaniel – 20 carries, 146 yards, TD
Pine Forest – Gavin Grice – 21 carries, 140 yards, TD
Port St Joe – Dorian Flemming – 13 carries, 139 yards, TD
Rutherford – Casey Boyd – 9 carries, 138 yards, TD
Rutherford – Elijah Chisolm – 17 carries, 124 yards, 2 TDs
Gadsden County – Kedrick Debron Jr. – 12 carries, 109 yards, 2 TDs
Jay – Grant Barrow – 17  carries, 102 yards
Baker – Seth Baksa – 7 carries, 101 yards, TD

Defense
Northview – Johnny Windham – 16 tackles (7 solo/9 assists)
Crestview – Cecil Perdue – 15 tackles (4 solo/11 assists)
Sneads – Jack O’Brien – 15 tackles (5 solo/10 assists), 2 TFL
Crestview – Willie Harrison – 14 tackles (5 solo/9 assists)
Navarre – Devin Wright – 13 tackles (9 solo/4 assists), sack, TFL
Navarre – Mekhi Domino – 13 tackles (7 solo/6 assists)
Escambia – Tabari Taylor – 13 tackles (9 solo/4 assists)
Jay – Cody Gavin – 12 solo tackles
Sneads – Taylor Brown – 12 tackles (6 solo/6 assists), TFL, ½ sack
Port St Joe – Aiden Garner – 12 tackles (9 solo/3 assists), sack
Escambia – Alex Crook – 12 tackles (7 solo/5 assists)
Crestview – Ryan Culligan – 11 tackles (4 solo/7 assists)
Sneads – Hunter Tyus – 11 tackles (6 solo/5 assists)
Port St Joe – Kevin Lacivita – 11 tackles (4 solo/7 assists)
Escambia – Trent Farmer – 11 tackles (4 solo/7 assists), TFL
Sneads – JaQuintin McCollough – 10 tackles (5 solo/5 assists), 2 TFL
Northview – Clayton Kittrell – 10 tackles (7 solo/3 assists)
Milton – Brandon Thrasher – 10 tackles (4 solo/6 assists), 2 TFL, sack
Baker – 11 sacks

Special Teams
Navarre – Jebari Mitchell – 2 kickoff returns, 132 yards

Kicking/Punting
Pace – Pete Garrett – 7/7 XPs
Port St Joe – Will McCall – 6/6 XPs
Niceville – Charles Labee – 5/5 XPs
Baker – Ethan Edge – 5/5 XPs
Escambia – Ethan Yuska – 3/3 XPs; 4 punts, 44.3 ave.
Milton – Casey Padgett – 3/3 XPs, 4 kickoffs, 60.0 ave.
Niceville – Josh Hamel – 5 kickoffs, 68.0 ave., 5 TBs
Navarre – Preston Penton – 1/1 XPs, 48-yard FG (School Record)

Florida Panhandle Scoreboard

Niceville 35, Catholic 0
Navarre 16, Andalusia AL 14
Gulf Breeze 49, Choctaw 35
Pace 49, Crestview 42 (2OT)
Milton 21, Mosley 10
Escambia 33, Pine Forest 14
Northview 34, Jay 15
Washington 47, Pensacola 7
Baker 35, Graceville 6
Gadsden County 49, Arnold 0
Bay 52, Bozeman 28
Rutherford 40, South Walton 28
Walton 22, Chipley 20
Sneads 35, Wewa 14
Lighthouse PCA 34, Young Kids in Action 14
 
Marianna 27, Maclay 7
Port St Joe 42, Holmes County 14
Wakulla 30, Columbia 29
Florida High 20, Rickards 7
Liberty County 28, Franklin County 20
Madison County 42, Taylor County 7
Munroe Day 56, Bronson 0
St John Paul II 40, Chiles 27
Leon 20, FAMU 16
Lincoln 33, Godby 20
Aucilla Christian 30, Bell 19
Tate at West Florida – Cancelled
Freeport at Cottondale – Cancelled
Jefferson County at Blountstown – Cancelled

Andalusia Bulldogs at Navarre Raiders – 23 Oct 2020

Final from the Field…23 Oct 2020

Navarre 16, Andalusia 14

AHS…0 0 7 7 – 14
NHS…7 3 0 6 – 16

Ian Lockwood POG: Zach Marquis (NHS)
Offensive POG: Trent Hall (NHS) & Jake Wilson (AHS)
Defensive POG: Grady Kelly (NHS) & Devin Wright (NHS)
Special Teams POG: Jebari Mitchell (NHS) & Preston Penton (NHS)

Penton broke the school record for longest field goal (47 yards).

Scoring
1st Qtr
11:01 – 15-yard pass, Jason Deal to Trent Hall, Penton kick (NHS)

2nd Qtr
0:00 – 47-yard FG, Penton (NHS)

3rd Qtr
5:52 – 2-yard run, Jake Wilson, Gage Theus kick (AHS)

4th Qtr
2:27 – 31-yard pass, Wilson to Chip Morgan, Theus kick (AHS)
0:00 – 3-yard run, Jaden Rivera, no XP (NHS)

Navarre Passing (13-22, 131 yards, TD)
Zach Marquis – 10-16, 98 yards
Jason Deal – 3-6, 33 yards, TD

Andalusia Passing (9-13, 129 yards, TD)
Jake Willson – 9-13, 129 yards, TD

Navarre Rushing (27 carries, 32 yards, TD)
Jaden Rivera – 13 carries, 70 yards, TD
Jebari Mitchell – 1 carry, -5 yards
Zach Marquis – 10 carries, -11 yards
Jason Deal – 3 carries, -22 yards

Andalusia Rushing (42 carries, 140 yards, TD)
Dorean Crittenden – 11 carries, 54 yards
Omare Latimer – 4 carries, 38 yards
Michael Hourel – 7 carries, 26 yards
J’Marion Burnette – 9 carries, 24 yards
Caleb Blackston – 2 carries, 10 yards
Jake Wilson – 8 carries, -12 yards, TD

Navarre Receiving (13 receptions, 131 yards, TD)
Trent Hall – 4 receptions, 67 yards, TD
Jebari Mitchell – 3 receptions, 41 yards
Davion Hardy – 2 receptions, 18 yards
AJ Arno – 1 receptions, 5 yards
Jaden Rivera – 2 receptions, 0 yards

Andalusia Receiving (9 receptions, 129 yards, TD)
Chip Morgan – 2 receptions, 49 yards, TD
Caleb Blackston – 4 receptions, 45 yards
Ayden Amis – 2 receptions, 24 yards
Josh Gurley – 1 reception, 11 yards

Navarre Kicking/Punting
Preston Penton, 1-1 XP, 1-3 FG (47), 5 punts, 38.0 ave.

Andalusia Kicking
Gage Theus – 2/2 XPs

Navarre Defense
Devin Wright – 13 tackles (9 solo/4 assists), sack, TFL
Mekhi Domino – 13 tackles (7 solo/6 assists)
Derek Percivalle – 9 tackles (7 solo/2 assists), TFL
Grady Kelly – 8 tackles (4 solo/4 assists), sack, 2 TFL
Nick Ducati – 7 tackles (2 solo/5 assists), sack
Deuce Need – 6 tackles (2 solo/4 assists)
Wyatt Bucey – 5 tackles (3 solo/2 assists)
Lemmy Wilson – 5 tackles (4 solo/assist), TFL
Marcus Fedorkowicz – 5 tackles (2 solo/3 assists)
Sebastian Melendez – 4 solo tackles, TFL
Jaden Jones – 3 solo tackles
Connor Eastwood – 3 solo tackles, 2 TFL
Matthew Feldner – 3 tackles (2 solo/assist)
Jaden Moon – 2 tackles (solo/assist), TFL
Jordan Moon – solo tackle
Dominik Cunningham – assisted tackle
Howard Crowder – assisted tackle, sack

Thank you Football…

As I drove East on I-10 on Saturday heading towards Tallahassee, it brought back a lot of memories of all the miles that Brenda Kay and I had travelled on Saturdays to watch Brady play the game that he truly loves…football!
 
This was my third trip to a Florida State game, but it was Brady’s first. We were joined by his best friend and roommate, Octavien Moyer and his wife, Fiji. We were there to watch a young man that wore number eight for the North Carolina Tar Heels; who is also a Navarre Alum, Michael Carter.
 
See, I broadcasted all of Michael’s games in high school, but this game I was finally able to just sit in the stands and watch him display his God-given talents on the field of play. I wasn’t the only Navarre resident there, as Michael’s family was there, his high school coach Jay Walls, a few of his former teammates, and some of his friends.
 
The outcome was not a favorable one for North Carolina, but we were all brought together on this Saturday evening because of one thing…our love for the game of football. For awhile in 2020, we weren’t really sure if football or any other sport was going to become a reality. But on this October night at Doak Campbell Stadium, it all came to life and I was just going to take it all in!
 
On the trip back home, I went off the beaten path and stopped in the town of Blountstown, hoping to meet up with their head coach, Beau Johnson. Coach Johnson has been on our Southern Gentlemen Sports Show quite a few times and this was my opportunity to finally catch up with him. But we were unable to connect, so I hopped back in the car and enjoyed a beautiful and peaceful ride west on Highway 20.
 
As I drove through Niceville and Fort Walton Beach on my way back home to Navarre, I thought to myself…what an awesome weekend that I got to share with people that make me happy.
 
To bring this all back around, the time you spend with your family and friends passes before you in a wink of an eye, so don’t take it for granted and make the most out of each opportunity as it presents itself.
 
Thank you Football!

Irish Bill’s Super 7 Panhandle Power Rankings (Large/Small) & Players of the Week

Irish Bill’s Super 7 Panhandle Power Rankings (Large Schools)
1 – Niceville (4-0) – game cancelled
2 – Escambia (4-0) – beat Tate, 55-14
3 – Navarre (3-0) – game cancelled
4 – Milton (4-0) – beat Crestview, 31-27
5 – West Florida (2-1) – beat Choctaw, 28-21
6 – Mosley (3-2) – beat Gulf Breeze, 44-7
7 – Washington (2-2) – beat Pine Forest, 23-7

Irish Bill’s Super 7 Panhandle Power Rankings (Small Schools)
1 – Baker (6-0) – beat Rocky Bayou, 47-20
2 – Vernon (4-0) – game cancelled
3 – Catholic (2-2) – beat Pensacola, 14-0
4 – Wewahitchka (5-1) – Open Week
5 – Port St Joe (4-1) – Open Week
6 – Northview (3-1) – beat South Walton, 70-49
7 – Sneads (4-1) – beat St John Paul II, 35-12

Players of the Week

Offensive Player
 – Northview RB Jayden Jackson rushed for 485 yards on 38 carries and 8 touchdowns in a 70-49 win over South Walton.

Defensive Player
 – Freeport LB Tracker Thomaston had 22 tackles (9 solo/13 assists), four tackles for loss, and a caused fumble in a 34-33 overtime win over Jay.

Congratulations goes out to Jayden Jackson and Tracker Thomaston.

Other Noteworthy Panhandle Performances:

QB

South Walton – Kemper Hodges – 26-43, 423 yards, 5 TDs; 8 carries, 99 yards, 2 TDs
Escambia – Rennie Prim – 16-25, 251 yards, 4 TDs; 2 carries, 10 yards, TD
Rutherford – Dillyn Richardson – 12-30, 243 yards, 2 TDs
Freeport – Ashton Nunes – 17-27, 239 yards, 2 TDs
Crestview – Marquis McCoy – 19-28, 211 yards, 3 TDs
Milton – Tyler Buchanan – 22-40, 210 yards, 2 TDs
Washington – Ammiel Steele – 15-29, 162 yards, TD

WR/TE
South Walton – Cade Roberts – 12 receptions, 170 yards, TD
South Walton – Dalton Romano – 2 receptions, 107 yards, 2 TDs
Rutherford – Malik Stovall – 2 receptions, 92 yards, TD
South Walton – Pearce Spurlin – 6 receptions, 87 yards

RB
Baker – Joe Brunson – 20 carries, 284 yards, 2 TDs
Baker – Kaleb Wagner – 8 carries, 194 yards, 4 TDs
West Florida – Jahiem Simmons – 14 carries, 155 yards
Jay – Soloman Ransom – 21 carries, 150 yards, 3 TDs
Cottondale – Dame St. Fleur – 32 carries, 147 yards, 2 TDs; 11 tackles
West Florida – Keion Johnson – 11 carries, 118 yards, 2 TDs
Escambia – Jaylan Blackmon – 14 carries, 108 yards

Defense
Freeport – Devon Cosson – 17 tackles (4 solo/13 assists), 2 TFL, ½ sack
Freeport – Kyle Armer – 16 tackles (8 solo/8 assists), 3 TFL. FR
North Bay Haven – Brody Casiple – 14 tackles (8 solo/6 assists), 2 TFL, CF
Freeport – Matthew Brown – 14 tackles (2 solo/12 assists)
Milton – Trevor Lunsford – 13 tackles (3 solo/10 assists), 3 TFL
Milton – Chase Morgan – 13 tackles (2 solo/11 assists), TFL
North Bay Haven – Keegan Schubert – 13 tackles (6 solo/7 assists)
Pine Forest – Deontrez McLamb – 12 tackles (7 solo/5 assists)
North Bay Haven – Cai Corbin – 12 tackles (9 solo/3 assists), 2 TFL, 2 FR, CF
Rutherford – Bryson Schirmer – 12 tackles (10 solo/2 assists)
Freeport – Cayson Schjott – 12 tackles (6 solo/6 assists), 3 TFL, Int
West Florida – Elijah Larkins – 12 solo tackles, sack
Washington – Jaylen Lewis – 12 tackles (6 solo/6 assists), sack
Rutherford – Marco Mejia – 11 tackles (9 solo/2 assists)
Jay – Cole Dunsford – 11 solo tackles
Rutherford – Malik Stovall – 10 solo tackles
Northview – Logan Bryan – 10 solo tackles, TFL
Escambia – Demonte Gaston – 10 tackles (6 solo/4 assists), 2 TFL, QBH
Rutherford – Jaylen Bouie – 10 tackles (6 solo/4 assists)
Washington – Payton Daneils – 10 tackles (7 solo/3 assists), TFL
North Bay Haven – Tyler Schmitz – 10 tackles (6 solo/4 assists), sack, CF
Pine Forest – Douglas Benjamin, Jr. – 10 tackles (4 solo/6 assists)
Crestview – Willie Harrison – 10 tackles (2 solo/8 assists), TFL, sack
Washington – Eldrick Robinson II – 10 tackles (solo/9 assists). ½ sack

Kicking/Punting
Milton – Casey Padgett – 4/4 XPs, 1-1 FG (40)
Milton – Kemontre Current – 3 punts, 45.7 ave.
Gulf Breeze – Dixon Peek – 4 punts, 40.2 ave.
Washington – Freshman Ricky Bucko, 2/3 XPs, 1/1 FGs (23)

Florida Panhandle Scoreboard – Week 7

Milton 31, Crestview 27
Washington 23, Pine Forest 7
Escambia 55, Tate 14
Mosley 44, Gulf Breeze 7
West Florida 28, Choctaw 21
Catholic 14. Pensacola 0
Arnold 28, Bozeman 14
Northview 70, South Walton 49
Bay 36, Blountstown 33
Marianna 41, Rutherford 20
Freeport 34, Jay 33
Chipley 16, Holmes County 14
Sneads 35, St John Paul II 12
Graceville 26, Cottondale 24 (OT)
Lighthouse PCA 16, St. Joseph’s AL 8
Munroe Day 56, Rocky Bayou 19
Chiles 21, North Florida Christian 13
Lincoln 33, Leon 7
Florida High 40, FAMU 0
Maclay 38, Lafayette 14
Suwannee 21, Wakulla 0
Madison County 22, Auburndale 6
Bronson 38, Franklin County 27
Aucilla Christian 40, Fullington 20
Liberty County 14, North Bay Haven 7
Keystone Heights 41, Jefferson County 7
Baker 47, Rocky Bayou 20 (Monday)
Pace at FWB – Cancelled
Navarre at Niceville – Cancelled
Taylor County at Vernon – Cancelled

This Day in Raider History

Ian Lockwood - Number Retired
Ian Cole Lockwood
Seven years ago today, Navarre High School retired the number of Ian Cole Lockwood, #10. To this day, this is only number that they have retired. I wrote a little poem on that day and I would like to share this poem with all of you once again. 
 
Live for Today, Fight for Tomorrow, Live Strong!
 
Friday night Navarre High plans to retire the number of one of their alum,
So, when you are deciding what to do; I hope that you decide to come.
 
This young man brought our community and Panhandle together three years past,
On and off the football field; he took nothing for granted…not knowing which day would be his last.
 
We should all tackle life the way that Ian did through his last couple of years,
Hitting every challenge, obstacle and stumbling block without any fears.
 
Live Strong was his motto that got him through each and every day,
Live for the Day; fight for tomorrow, plus his faith in The Lord never went away.
 
Just before the Raiders face-off against the Choctaw Indians at home (hoping for a win),
Navarre High School will honor Ian Lockwood with the retiring of his number 10!
 
It will also be Senior Night as we honor those that have given their time and effort to Raider football, 
So, pack the stands and show your support, or stay at home and listen to Irish Bill with the call!

Irish Bill’s Super 7 Panhandle Power Rankings (Large/Small) & Players of the Week

Irish Bill’s Super 7 Panhandle Power Rankings (Large Schools)
1 – Niceville (4-0) – beat Mosley, 45-0
2 – Escambia (3-0) – beat Catholic, 46-12
3 – Navarre (3-0) – beat Choctaw, 50-21
4 – Milton (3-0) – beat Fort Walton Beach, 40-7
5 – Pine Forest (1-1) – beat Washington, 14-6
6 – West Florida (1-1) – beat Catholic, 31-0
7 – Washington (1-2) – lost to Pine Forest, 14-6

Irish Bill’s Super 7 Panhandle Power Rankings (Small Schools)
1 – Baker (5-0) – beat Freeport, 34-8
2 – Vernon (4-0) – beat Graceville, 49-8
3 – Catholic (1-2) – lost to Escambia, 46-12
4 – Wewahitchka (5-1) – beat Liberty County, 61-35
5 – Port St Joe (4-1) – Open Week
6 – Northview (2-1) – beat Walton, 27-12
7 – Sneads (3-1) – beat Bozeman, 34-13

Players of the Week
Offensive Player – Wewa QB Alex Williams rushed for 345 yards and 7 TDs on 20 carries in a 61-35 win over Liberty County
Defensive Player – Pace DB Broc Palmer contributed 13 tackles (9 solo/4 assists) and an interception in a 35-17 win over Tate.

Congratulations goes out to Alex Williams and Broc Palmer.

Other Noteworthy Panhandle Performances:
QB

Escambia – Rennie Prim Jr. – 19-22, 282 yards, 2 TDs
Niceville – Trey Wainwright – 10-13, 232 yards, 3 TDs
Rutherford – Dillyn Richardson – 10-22, 182 yards, 2 TDs
Washington – Ammiel Steele – 17-24, 169 yards, TD
Catholic – Kaden King – 6-7, 148 yards
Pace – Brandon Miller – 14 carries, 115 yards, 2 TDs; 65 yards passing, TD
Sneads – Jason Patterson – 11 carries, 104 yards, 3 TDs

WR/TE
Escambia – Jaden Milliner – 7 receptions, 164 yards, TD
Tate – Lyle Jackson Jr. – 4 receptions, 135 yards, TD
Rutherford – Malik Stovall – 5 receptions, 108 yards, 2 TDs
Pine Forest – Cornell Bembow – 4 receptions, 108 yards
Catholic – Nathan Williams – 2 receptions, 102 yards
Washington – Erick Smith Jr. – 4 receptions, 91 yards, TD
Navarre – Trent Hall – 4 receptions, 88 yards, 2 TDs

RB
Wewa – Zay McDaniel – 23 carries, 319 yards, TD; 67-yard KO return for a TD
Northview – Jayden Jackson – 22 carries, 199 yards, 3 TDs
Sneads – Calvin Stringer – 24 carries, 185 yards, TD
Vernon – K’wan Powell – 4 carries, 170 yards, 3 TDs
Navarre – Jaden Rivera – 13 carries, 169 yards, TD; 1 reception, 14 yards, TD
North Bay Haven – 29 carries, 125 yards,
Pace – Maurice Bennett – 15 carries, 107 yards, TD
Northview – Jamarkus Jefferson – 13 carries, 104 yards, TD, 1 reception, 15 yards

Defense
North Bay Haven – Brody Casiple – 16 tackles (13 solo/3 assists), TFL
Northview – Johnny Windham – 15 tackles (11 solo/4 assists), 2 TFL, CF
Washington – Payton Daniels – 12 tackles (4 solo/8 assists), TFL
North Bay Haven – Aiden Guyne – 11 tackles (6 solo/5 assists)
Tate – Jacori Simmons – 11 tackles (7 solo/4 assists)
Escambia – Tabari Taylor – 10 tackles (6 solo/4 assists), TFL
Rutherford – Paul Hunter – 10 tackles (10 solo), 2 TFL
Sneads – Hunter Tyus – 10 tackles (5 solo/5 assists), 2 TFL
Sneads – Taylor Brown – 10 tackles (6 solo/4 assists), TFL
Sneads – Bowden Howell – 10 tackles (6 solo/4 assists), TFL
Niceville – Austin Firestone – 7 tackles (6 solo/assist), 5 TFL, 3.5 sacks

Kicking/Punting
Niceville – Charles Labee – 6/6 XPs, 1-1 FG (39)
Wewa – Luke Hjort – 7/8 XPs
Catholic – Darren Bredesen – 2/2 FGs (28)
Pace – Hayden Fennell – 5/5 XPs
Sneads – Anthony Moran – 4/4 XPs

Wewa Gators run for 707 yards in win over Liberty County

The Wewahitchka Gators (5-1) accomplished something last night that you don’t see very often in their 61-35 win over Liberty County.
 
They had two players rush for over 300 yards in the same game. Junior QB Alex Williams went for 345 yards on 20 carries and 7 touchdowns and Freshman RB Zay McDaniel went for 319 yards on 23 carries and a TD, as well as a 67-yard kickoff return for another touchdown.
 
Here are their season rushing stats after 6 games:
 
Alex Williams – 88 carries, 1,004 yards, 15 TDs
Zay McDaniel – 120 carries, 918 yards, 7 TDs