Navarre Raiders vs. Pine Forest Eagles – Game Stats (Official) – 20 Sep 2019

Final from the Field…20 Sep 2019

Pine Forest 24, Navarre 6

Nav…0 3 3 0 – 6 
PF…..0 10 14 0 – 24
 

Ian Lockwood/Special Teams POG – Preston Penton (Nav)
Offensive POG – Ladarius Clardy (PF)
Co-Defensive POG –
Connor Eastwood & Grady Kelly (Nav)

Fact: The first time in 72 games since the Raiders have been kept out of the end zone.

Scoring
1st Qtr
No scoring

2nd Qtr
1:52 – 4 yard run, Zy McWilliams, Dakota Weaver kick (PF)
3:51 – 36 yard FG, Weaver (PF)
0:04 – 38 yard FG, Preston Penton (Nav)

3rd Qtr
10:08 – 1 yard run, Zy McWilliams, Weaver kick (PF) 

7:40 – 37 yard FG, Penton (Nav)
1:21 – 34 yard run,
Ladarius Clardy, Weaver kick (PF)

4th Qtr
No scoring

Offensive Stats (Official) 

Navarre Passing (11-24, 151 yards)
Marlon Courtney III (10-23, 144 yards)
Jason Deal (1-1, 7 yards)

Pine Forest Passing (16-23, 267 yards)
Ladarius Clardy (15-22, 225 yards)
Rennie Prim (1-1, 42 yards)

Navarre Rushing (23 carries, 54 yards)
Jaydin Antonio (11 carries, 29 yards)
Marlon Courtney III (12 carries, 25 yards)

Pine Forest Rushing (39 carries, 213 yards, 3 TDs)
Zy McWilliams (16 carries, 84 yards, 2 TDs) 

Ladarius Clardy (7 carries, 73 yards, TD)
Joseph Garrett (14 carries, 50 yards)
Rennie Prim (2 carries, 6 yards)

Navarre Receiving (11 receptions, 151 yards)
Trent Hall (1 reception, 53 yards)
Jaydin Antonio (3 receptions, 40 yards)
Tyler England (3 receptions, 35 yards)
Tim Brewer (4 receptions, 23 yards)

Pine Forest Receiving (16 receptions, 267 yards)
Vontarious Hill (4 receptions, 84 yards)
Jaden Millener (3 receptions, 84 yards)
Eric Young (5 receptions, 62 yards)
Zy McWilliams (1 reception, 22 yards)
Tehrenzo Turner (1 reception, 11 yards)
Tai’shaun Key (2 receptions, 8 yards

Special Teams
Gabe Davis (3 kickoff returns, 84 yards)
Trent Hall (1 kickoff return, 17 yards)

Navarre Kicking/Punting
Preston Penton (2-2 FGs, 38/37; 3 kickoffs, 138 yards)
Tyler England (5 punts, 184 yards, 36.8 ave)

Pine Forest Kicking/Punting
Dakota Weaver (3-3 XPs; 1-1 FG, 36 yards; 5 kickoffs, 251 yards, 50.2 ave)
Bryce Alderman (3 punts, 128 yards, 42.7 ave)

Navarre Defensive Stats
Bailey Huston (7 solo/5 assists), TFL
Tyler England (8 solo/4 assists)
Jaden Rivera (8 solo/4 assists)
Devin Wright (6 solo/2 assists), sack, 2 TFL, CF
Jeffery Mattox (3 solo/6 assists), 2 TFL
Grady Kelly (2 solo/assist), 2 sacks, TFL, 3 QBH
Connor Eastwood (4 solo/assist), sack
Kobe Johnson (4 solo/2 assists)
Paul Schultz (3 solo/2 assists), 3 QBH
Gabe Davis (2 solo/4 assists)
Logen Lee (3 solo/assist)
Sebastian Melendez (solo/2 assists), 3 QBH
Matthew Poynter (solo/assist)
Matthew Feldner (solo tackle)
Joaquin Ravenel (assisted tackle)
Jebari Mitchell (assisted tackle)

Big Bend and Panhandle Scoreboard – Week 5

Big Bend and Panhandle Scoreboard – Week 5

Pine Forest 24, Navarre 6
Niceville 16, Lincoln 13 OT
Crestview 47, Tate 7
Chiles 37, Leon 20
Washington 34, Mosley 27
Escambia 42, Gulf Breeze 0
South Walton 42, Bay 7
Milton 37, Choctaw 21
Pace 17, FWB 3
Northview 34, Holmes County 20
Baker 47, Cottondale 6
Freeport 48, Rocky Bayou 13
Escambia Academy (AL) 38, Jay 20
Graceville 36, Bozeman 0
Rutherford 29, Port St Joe 20
Marianna 24, Walton 21
Blountstown 35, Chipley 6
Hawthorne 34, Jefferson County 18
Sneads 43, Franklin County 0
Wakulla 38, Gadsden County 7
Taylor County 17, FAMU 6
Madison County 37, Florida HIgh 8
Wewa 28, St John Paul ll 27
Trinity Catholic (Ocala) 42, NFC 13

Irish Bill’s Super 7 Panhandle Power Rankings (Large/Small) after Week 4

Irish Bill’s Super 7 Panhandle Power Rankings after Week 4 (Large Schools)
 
1 – Niceville (4-0) – beat Crestview, 24-13
2 – Escambia (3-0) – Open Week
3 – Navarre (3-1) – lost to Lincoln, 35-20
4 – Washington (3-0) – beat Gulf Breeze, 42-29
5 – Pine Forest (1-2) – lost to Columbia, 21-13
6 – Milton (2-1) – beat Fort Walton Beach, 21-7
7 – Crestview (1-3) – lost to Niceville, 24-13
 
Irish Bill’s Super 7 Panhandle Power Rankings after Week 4 (Small Schools)
 
1 – Catholic (4-0) – beat St Stanislaus, 34-26
2 – Freeport (4-0) – beat Walton, 13-7
3 – Baker (3-0) – beat Northview, 14-12
4 – Blountstown (3-0) – beat Liberty County, 57-0
5 – Graceville (3-0) – beat Holmes County, 32-0
6 – Vernon (3-1) – beat Chipley, 48-6
7 – Northview (1-2) – lost to Baker, 14-12
 
My Stars of the Week
 
Offensive Player – Sneads – RB Calvin Stringer – 25 carries, 231 yards, 3 TDs
Defensive Player – Navarre DL Grady Kelly, 11 solo tackles, 7 sacks, TFL, 8 QBH
 
Congratulations goes out to Sneads RB Calvin Stringer and Navarre DL Grady Kelly.
 
Other Noteworthy Performances:
 
QB
Gulf Breeze – Ryland McCurdy – 13-23, 235 yards, 3 TDs
Navarre – Marlon Courtney III – 13-21, 228 yards, TD
West Florida – Dawson Butalla – 8-9, 225 yards, 3 TDs
Washington – Robert Sherlock – 11-16, 198 yards, 3 TDs
Tate – Ethan George – 10-23, 178 yards, TD
Rutherford – Markus Hammack – 13-23, 175 yards, 2 TDs
Pine Forest – Ladarius Clardy – 13-23, 161 yards; 10 carries, 71 yards, TD
Vernon – Dyvion Bush – 5-5, 150 yards, 2 TDs
Bozeman – Jordan Rosalis – 7-9, 133 yards, TD
 
WR
West Florida – Quanteris Gaines – 3 receptions, 135 yards, 2 TDs
Gulf Breeze – Devon Baldwin – 7 receptions, 120 yards, TD
Navarre – Tyler England – 4 receptions, 111 yards
Pine Forest – Eric Young – 6 receptions, 99 yards
Blountstown – Treven Smith – 2 receptions, 84 yards, 2 TDs; Int
 
RB
North Bay Haven – Camiren Grant – 25 carries, 204 yards, 3 TDs
Baker – Joe Brunson – 36 carries, 174 yards, TD
Washington – Cameron Chisholm – 22 carries, 157 yards, TD
Vernon – K’wan Powell – 3 carries, 146 yards, 2 TDs; 1-1 passing, 21 yards
West Florida – Elijah Edmonds, 17 carries, 140 yards
Bozeman – Brallen Burris – 8 carries, 139 yards, 2 TDs; 12 tackles (8 solo/4 assists)
Tate – Keaton Solmonson – 13 carries, 137 yards, TD
Northview – Jayden Jackson – 10 carries, 100 yards, TD; 2 rec’s 52 yards; PR TD, 53 yards
6 tackles, Int (37 yards), 2 FR
 
Defense
Pace – Caleb Ward – 18 tackles (15 solo/3 assists); 3.5 TFL, sack
Rutherford – D’lonta Mitchell – 15 tackles (12 solo/3 assists), TFL, sack
Washington – Eldrick Robinson II – 14 tackles (7 solo/7 assists)
Rutherford – Jaylen Bouie – 13 tackles (11 solo/2 assists), 2 TFL
Pace – Andrew White – 13 tackles (9 solo/4 assists)
Wewa – Tyreeq Thomas – 12 tackles (7 solo/5 assists), TFL
Sneads – Seth Scott – 11 tackles (6 solo/5 assists), 3 TFL, sack
Sneads – Alonzo Hill – 11 tackles (7 solo/4 assists), 2 TFL
Niceville – Aidan Dark – 11 tackles (8 solo/3 assists)
Rutherford – Chris Dickerson – 11 tackles (8 solo/3 assists)
Washington – Payton Daniels – 11 tackles (7 solo/4 assists)
Crestview – Willie Harrison – 11 tackles (5 solo/6 assists), TFL, sack
Washington – Tabian Dale – 11 tackles (6 solo/5 assists)
North Bay Haven – Brody Casiple – 10 tackles (3 solo/7 assists), TFL
 
Special Teams
Navarre – Gabe Davis – 5 KO returns, 110 yards; 2 punt returns, 40 yards

Kicking/Punting

Blountstown – Pola McCloud – 7-7 XPs
Washington – Kyah Storniolo – 6-6 XPs
Niceville – Jacob Dunne – 3-3 XPs; 1-1 FGs (19)
West Florida – Jaden Hamann – 7-8 XPs
Pace – Blake Bullock – 2-2 FGs (38)
Gulf Breeze – Blaine Crook – 3/3 XPs

Big Bend & Panhandle Scoreboard – Week 4

Lincoln 35, Navarre 20
Taylor County 35, Bay 0
Niceville 24, Crestview 13
Milton 21, FWB 7
Washington 42, Gulf Breeze 29
Columbia 21, Pine Forest 13
Leon 31, Tate 16
Mosley 8, Pace 6
West Florida 53, Arnold 33
Choctaw 50, Pensacola 22
Gadsden County 15, Rickards 13
Marianna 29, Rutherford 20
North Bay Haven 27, Wewa 14
South Walton 30, Port St Joe 10
Catholic 34, St Stanislaus 26
Freeport 13, Walton 7
Florida High 43, PK Yonge 0
Maclay 53, Rocky Bayou 21
Sneads 52, Jefferson County 16
Vernon 46, Chipley 8
Baker 14, Northview 12
Bozeman 34, Cottondale 16
Graceville 32, Holmes County 0
Blountstown 57, Liberty County 0
Lighthouse PCA 30, St John Paul II 6

 

Road Less Traveled – Vernon HS

I left work and ventured east on I-10 towards Exit 104, looking forward to my Friday Night football experience in Vernon, Florida.

I rolled into this small rural town and out of the blue a stadium came into view. Not a big stadium by any means; but none the less, the Yellowjackets call this place home for 4-5 regular season games each year.

I walked to the ticket window and was greeted with a very warm smile. As my name was on the guest list; I felt like a celebrity for a very brief moment. This small town opened their doors to me and made me feel right at home!

While walking into the stadium, I ran into Bruce RobinsonRob Holley and Principal Brian Riviere; the ones that extended the invitation to come over to Vernon for their game against Chipley (a rivalry that has been going on for 58 years).

The Yellowjackets got on the board quickly behind touchdown runs of 88 and 43 yards by their junior sensation RB K’wan Powell. He electrified the crowd with his combination of speed, power and finesse and finished the night with 146 yards rushing on just 3 carries.

This team overwhelmed their opponents from Chipley and took a 34-0 lead to the half; eventually winning 46-8 to improve to 3-1 on the season.

After the game, I was introduced to Head Coach Gerald Tranquille, and congratulated him on the victory.

You ask, is the small town Friday Night Football experience any different than at the bigger programs…the answer is an emphatic, no! They have the same pride for their school and their community.

I will let you in on a little secret…they really love their Jackets!

Navarre Raiders vs. Lincoln Trojans – Game Stats (Unofficial) – 12 Sep 2019

Final from the Field…12 Sep 2019
 
Lincoln 35, Navarre 20
 
Navarre…7 7 0 6 – 20
Lincoln….7 14 7 7 -35

Lincoln (3-1, 2-0); Navarre (3-1, 0-1)

Ian Lockwood/Defensive POG – Grady Kelly (Nav)
Offensive POG – Sage Ennis (Lincoln)
Special Teams POG – Gabe Davis (Nav)
 
Scoring
1st Qtr
7:32 – 38 yard pass, Marlon Courtney to Xayvion Thomas, Preston Penton kick (Nav)
6:28 – 56 yard pass, Chris Beard to Marko Skarica, David Monroe kick (Lincoln)
 
2nd Qtr
8:59 – 2 yard run, Courtney, Penton kick (Nav)
3:46 – 27 yard pass, Beard to Sage Ennis, Monroe kick (Lincoln)
1:38 – 64 yard pass, Perry Fisher to Ennis, Monroe kick (Lincoln)
 
3rd Qtr
5:09 – 22 yard pass, Beard to Dominic Larry, Monroe kick (Lincoln)
 
4th Qtr
11:11 – 4 yard run, Ennis, Monroe kick (Lincoln)
2:07 – 6 yard run, Jaydin Antonio, kick NG (Nav)
 
Navarre’s Grady Kelly set a Navarre record with 7 sacks. That is two shy of tying the State record held by Jarrett Johnson, who had 9 for Chiefland vs St. John.
 
Offense Statistics (Unofficial)
Navarre Passing
Marlon Courtney III (13-21, 228 yards, TD, 2 Ints)
Jason Deal (0-2)
 
Lincoln Passing
Chris Beard (13-16, 218 yards, 3 TDs)
Perry Fisher (3-5, 89 yards, TD)
 
Navarre Receiving
Tyler England (4 receptions, 111 yards)
Xayvion Thomas (4 receptions, 71 yards, TD)
Trent Hall (2 receptions, 20 yards)
Jaydin Antonio (2 receptions, 18 yards)
Jaden Rivera (1 reception, 8 yards)
 
Lincoln Receiving
Sage Ennis (4 receptions, 146 yards, 2 TDs)
Marko Skarica (5 receptions, 92 yards, TD)
Dominic Larry (1 reception, 22 yards, TD)
Jaylond Pendleton (2 receptions, 17 yards)
Chris Beard (1 reception, 11 yards)
Jalen Oliver (1 reception. 7 yards)
Jackson Green (1 reception, 6 yards)
 
Navarre Rushing (31 carries, 42 yards, 2 TDs)
Jaydin Antonio (12 carries, 35 yards, TD)
Bailey Huston (1 carry, 9 yards)
Trent Hall (3 carries, 8 yards)
Isaiah Miller (2 carries, 4 yards)
Jebari Mitchell (1 carry, 1 yard)
Marlon Courtney (12 carries, -15 yards, TD)
 
Lincoln Rushing (32 carries, 34 yards, TD)
Perry Fisher (4 carries, 23 yards)
Jaylond Pendleton (9 carries, 12 yards)
Sage Ennis (1 carry, 4 yards, TD)
Dorian Collier (6 carries, 3 yards)
Marko Skarica (1 carry, 1 yard)
Chris Beard (11 carries, -9 yards)
 
Special Teams
Gabe Davis (5 KO returns, 110 yards; 2 punt return, 40 yards)
 
Navarre Kicking/Punting
Preston Penton (2-3 XPs, 4 kickoffs/137 yards)
Tyler England (4 punts, 128 yards, 32.0 ave)
 
Lincoln Kicking/Punting
David Monroe (5-5 XPs)
 
Defensive stats will posted on receipt from the Coaching Staff.

Irish Bill’s Super 7 Panhandle Power Rankings (Large/Small) after Week 3

Irish Bill’s Super 7 Panhandle Power Rankings after Week 3 (Large Schools)

1 – Navarre (3-0) – beat Milton, 21-13
2 – Escambia (3-0) – beat Pine Forest, 23-20
3 – Niceville (3-0) – beat FWB, 29-17
4 – Washington (2-0) – beat Pensacola, 38-0
5 – Crestview (1-2) – lost to Godby, 27-20
6 – Pine Forest (1-1) – lost to Escambia, 23-20
7 – Fort Walton Beach (2-1) – lost to Niceville, 29-17

Irish Bill’s Super 7 Panhandle Power Rankings after Week 3 (Small Schools)

1 – Catholic (3-0) – beat West Florida, 50-14
2 – Freeport (3-0) – beat Pike Liberal Arts (AL). 43-28
3 – Baker (2-0) – beat South Walton, 42-7
4 – Blountstown (2-0) – beat Marianna, 37-16
5 – Graceville (2-0) – Open Week
6 – Vernon (2-1) – beat Autauga Academy (AL), 44-42
7 – Northview (1-1) – Open Week

My Stars of the Week

Offensive Player – Vernon RB K’wan Powell – 23 carries, 317 yards, 4 TDs
Defensive Player – Blountstown LB Brent McCrone – 14 tackles (5 solo/9 assists)

Congratulations goes out to Vernon’s K’wan Powell and Blountstown’s Brent McCrone

Other Noteworthy Performances:

QB
Bay – Will Smiley – 15-21, 228 yards, TD
Crestview – Chase Moultrie – 16-22, 180 yards, 2 TDs
Niceville – Will Koch – 12-15, 178 yards, 2 TDs
Navarre – Marlon Courtney III – 10-15, 170 yards, 2 TDs
Washington – Robert Sherlock – 13-20, 162 yards, TD
Escambia – A V Smith – 11-13, 128 yards, 2 TDs
Freeport – Keane Neal – 7-9, 120 yards, 2 TDs; 4 carries, TD

WR
Navarre – Tyler England – 5 receptions, 112 yards, TD
Washington – Jamarre’a Black – 3 receptions, 112 yards, TD
Niceville – Roman Prestarri – 2 receptions, 96 yards, TD
Bay – Jamaraion Parker – 3 receptions, 93 yards
Bay – Kyren Sims – 3 receptions, 90 yards, TD
Rutherford – Levi Hunter – 2 receptions, 79 yards, TD

RB
Gulf Breeze – Trevor Nelsen – 35 carries, 219 yards, 2 TDs
Freeport – Brandon Siples – 20 carries, 218 yards, 2 TDs; TD reception, 96 yard KO return, TD
Escambia – Frank Peasant – 23 carries, 212 yards, TD
Baker – Joe Brunson – 212 yards rushing
Blountstown – Treven Smith – 11 carries, 197 yards, 2 TDs; 2 2-pt conv
Crestview – Taylor Scarbrough – 25 carries, 156 yards, TD
Wewa – Tyreeq Thomas – 25 carries, 143 yards, TD
Washington – Gregory Bullard – 18 carries, 134 yards, 2 TDs
North Bay Haven – Cam Grant – 26 carries, 132 yards, 2 TDs
Wewa – Alex Williams – 14 carries, 124 yards, 2 TDs
West Florida – Jaheim Simmons – 22 carries, 117 yards
Washington – Cameron Chisholm – 15 carries, 108 yards, 2 TDs

Defense
Bay – Brandon Nelson – 14 tackles (9 solo/5 assists)
Blountstown – Zeb Kelley – 13 tackles (2 solo/11 assists), ½ TFL
Escambia – Jamall Potter – 12 tackles (7 solo/5 assists)
Pine Forest – Mitrez Rawls – 11 tackles (8 solo/3 assists), TFL, CF
Blountstown – Cane Miller – 11 tackles (4 solo/7 assists)
Crestview – Harmon Estes – 11 tackles (3 solo/8 assists)
Rutherford – D’lonta Mitchell – 11 tackles (9 solo/2 assists), 3 TFL, 2 sacks
Pine Forest – Thomarius Walker – 11 tackles (6 solo/5 assists), TFL
Crestview – Chris Johns – 10 tackles (3 solo/7 assists), Int
Blountstown – Joseph Rector – 10 tackles (3 solo/7 assists), ½ TFL, QBH
Vernon – Marcell Randolph – 10 tackles (3 solo/7 assists), 2 sacks
Rutherford – Cameron Knapp – 10 tackles (3 solo/7 assists), 3 TFL, sack
Pine Forest – Decarrion McWilliams – 8 tackles (5 solo/3 assists), TFL, 97 yard KO return, TD

Special Teams
Niceville – Nick Morrison – 2 KO returns, 122 yards, TD

Kicking/Punting
Navarre – Tyler England – 5 punts, 44.0 ave (1 inside 20), long (52)
Washington – Kyah Stornilio – 5/5 XPs; 25 yard FG
Niceville – Jacob Dunne – 3/3 XPs
Navarre – Preston Penton – 3/3 XPs

Big Bend/Panhandle Results from Week 3

Navarre 21, Milton 13
Niceville 29, FWB 17
Godby 27, Crestview 20
Escambia 23, Pine Forest 20
Gulf Breeze 27, Choctaw 24
Washington 38, Pensacola 0
Catholic 50, West Florida 24
Wakulla 35, Mosley 21
Florida HIgh 20, Chiles 19
Lincoln 43, Tate 0
Baker 42, South Walton 7
Flomaton 40, Jay 0
Vernon 44, Autauga Academy 42
Arnold 40, Walton 34
Blountstown 37, Marianna 16
Bay 21, North Bay Haven 14
Bozeman 21, Chipley 20
Taylor County 19, Rutherford 6
North Florida Christian 42, Jefferson County 36
Freeport 43, Pike Liberal 28
Sneads 27, Holmes County 20
Cottondale 28, Liberty County 7
Port St Joe 42, Franklin County 6

Navarre Raiders vs. Milton Panthers – Game Stats (Unofficial) – 6 Sep 2019

Final from the Field…6 Sep 2019
 
Navarre 21, Milton 13
Nav…7 14 0 0 – 21
Milton..7 0 0 6 – 13
 
Ian Lockwood POG – Noah Wingate (Mil)
Offensive/Special Teams POG – Tyler England (Nav)
Defensive POG – Devin Wright (Nav)
 
Fact: Raiders lead series, 12-8.
 
Scoring
1st Qtr
4:16 – 2 yard fumble return, Brennen Payton, Preston Penton kick (Nav)
 
2nd Qtr
8:09 – 21 yard pass, Marlon Courtney III to Trent Hall, Penton kick (Nav)
4:39 – 1 yard run, Noah Wingate, Casey Padgett kick (Mil)
3:41 – 82 yard pass, Courtney to Tyler England, Penton kick (Nav)
 
3rd Qtr
No scoring
 
4th Qtr
7:30 – 11 yard pass, Wingate to Raymond Cottrell, kick no good (Mil)
 
Offensive Stats (Unofficial)
 
Navarre Passing
Marlon Courtney III (10-15, 170ards, 2 TDs, 2 Ints)
Tyler England (0-1)
 
Milton Passing
Noah Wingate (5-10, 92 yards, TD)
Tyler Buchanan (1-1, 16 yards)
 
Navarre Receiving
Tyler England (5 receptions, 112 yards, TD)
Trent Hall (1 receptions, 21 yards, TD
Jaden Rivera (1 reception, 20 yards)
Gabe Davis (2 receptions, 16 yards)
AJ Arno (1 reception, 1 yard)
 
Milton Receiving
Cam Hall (3 receptions, 82 yards)
Raymond Cottrell (2 receptions, 27 yards, TD)
Nick Hernandez (1 reception, -1 yard)
 
Navarre Rushing (29 carries, 79 yards)
Gabe Davis (9 carries, 34 yards)
Jaydin Antonio (9 carries, 33 yards)
Jaden Rivera (4 carries, 15 yards)
Bailey Huston (1 carry, 5 yards)
Marlon Courtney (6 carries, -8 yards)
 
Milton Rushing (34 carries, 144 yards, TD)
Noah Wingate (20 carries, 71 yards, TD)
Terryl Brooks-Yarbrough (12 carries, 68 yards)
Tyler Buchanan (1 carry, 3 yards)
Seth Robertson (1 carry, 2 yards)
 
Navarre Kicking/Punting
Preston Penton (3-3 XPs, 4 KOs, 54.0 yards)
Tyler England (5 punts, 220 yards, 44.0 ave)
 
Milton Kicking
Casey Padgett (1-2 XPs)
 
Defensive Stats will be posted upon receipt from the Navarre Coaching Staff.

Irish Bill’s Super 7 Panhandle Power Rankings and Stars of the Week – Week 2

Time to roll out Irish Bill’s Super 7 Panhandle Power Rankings after Week 2…
1 – Navarre (2-0) – beat Pace, 34-0
2 – Escambia (2-0) – beat Crestview, 32-0
3 – Niceville (2-0) – beat Choctaw, 41-0
4 – Crestview (1-1) – lost to Escambia, 32-0
5 – Pine Forest (1-0) – beat Tate, 34-7
6 – Fort Walton Beach (2-0) – beat Arnold, 24-16
7 – Catholic (2-0) – beat Gulf Breeze, 24-14
 
Honorable Mention:
Washington (1-0) – beat West Florida, 23-0
Choctaw (1-1) – lost to Niceville, 41-0
Walton (2-0) – beat South Walton, 27-0
Baker (1-0) – Open Week Northview (1-1) – lost to Flomaton (AL), 34-26
 
My Stars of the Week
Offensive Player – Washington – Erick Smith – 12 receptions, 158 yards, 2 TDs
Defensive Player – Sneads – Alonzo Hill – 20 tackles (9 solo/11 assists), FR
 
Congratulations goes out to Washington WR Erick Smith and Sneads LB Alonzo Hill.
 
Other noteworthy performances:
 
QB
Pine Forest – Ladarius Clardy – 19-33, 266 yards, 2 TDs; 6 carries, 29 yards Florida High – Willie Taggart Jr. – 14-19, 239 yards, 3 TDs; 9 carries, 59 yards, TD
Escambia – AV Smith – 15-23, 205 yards, 3 TDs; 5 carries, 43 yards
Lighthouse PCA – Deontae Reinhardt – 202 yards passing
Crestview – Chase Moultrie – 23-43, 199 yards
Navarre – Marlon Courtney III – 13-20, 189 yards, 2 TDs; 3 carries, 33 yards Washington – Robert Sherlock – 14-26, 167 yards, 2 TDs; rushing TD Niceville – Will Koch – 11-18, 142 yards, 2 TDs; 17 carries, 117 yards rushing, TD
 
RB
North Bay Haven – Cam Gant – 25 carries, 281 yards, 4 TDs
Sneads – Calvin Stringer – 9 carries, 250 yards, 3 TDs
Freeport – Brandon Siples – 216 yards rushing, 3 TDs
Leon – Steven Bivins – 31 carries, 175 yards, 2 TDs
Escambia – Frank Peasant – 23 carries, 174 yards, TD
Northview – Jayden Jackson – 17 carries, 136 yards, 2 TDs; 31 yards receiving
Graceville – Jeremiah Castro – 135 yards rushing, TD
Vernon – K’wan Powell – 16 carries, 128 yards, 3 TDs
Northview – Trent Peebles – 17 carries, 121 yards, 2 TDs
Wewa – Tyreeq Thomas – 20 carries, 112 yards
Chiles – Chase Gillespie – 108 yards rushing, 3 TDs
Wewa – Zay McDaniel – 19 carries, 103 yards
Sneads – Seth Scott – 9 carries, 103 yards, TD
 
WR
Pine Forest – Von Hill – 4 receptions, 135 yards, TD
Escambia – JoJo Blackmon – 7 receptions, 111 yards, 3 TDs
Tate – Keaton Solmonson – 6 receptions, 94 yards, TD
Navarre – Tyler England – 9 receptions, 75 yards
 
Defense
Sneads – Seth Scott – 14 tackles (6 solo/8 assists)
Escambia – Tabari Taylor – 14 tackles (6 solo/8 assists), Int
Sneads – Austin Moody – 13 tackles (7 solo/6 assists), 3 TFL, 1.5 sacks
Pine Forest – Thomarius Walker – 11 tackles (5 solo/6 assists), 2 TFL, 2 sacks, QBH
Florida High – Ahmari Harvey – 11 tackles (8 solo/3 assists), TFL
Florida High – Jordan Gilley – 11 tackles (5 solo/6 assists), TFL
Gulf Breeze – Leonard Brown – 11 tackles (6 solo/5 assists), TFL
Florida High – Donovan Barnes – 10 tackles (3 solo/7 assists), Int
Navarre – Jaden Rivera – 10 tackles (4 solo/6 assists), sack, TFL, 2 fake punt conversions
Gulf Breeze – Michael Sawarynski – 10 tackles (7 solo/3 assists), TFL
Gulf Breeze – Jayden Skipper – 10 tackles (6 solo/4 assists), TFL, Int
Escambia – Jamall Potter – 10 tackles (5 solo/5 assists)
Pine Forest – Decarrion McWilliams – 2 Ints, 95 yards, 2 TD; 5 tackles (3 solo/2 assists)
 
Kicking/Punting
Pine Forest – Dakota Weaver – 4/4 XPs, FG (28)
Leon – Jack Brooks – 2/2 XPs, 1-1 FG (21)
 
Photos courtesy of Max Preps and FloridaHSFootball.com.