WOODVILLE — Justin Foster scored a pair of touchdowns as Donoho won its third straight game.
Foster rushed for a 2-yard score and caught a 27-yard touchdown pass from Chris Carr.
Carr also threw a 15-yard scoring pass to Ben Myrick, and Garrett Steed rushed 14 yards for a touchdown for Donoho (3-1).
Carr completed 5 of 6 passes for 67 yards.
Defensively, Donoho shined. Trey Brown returned an interception 64 yards for a touchdown. Dalton Martin ended a potential scoring drive by picking off a pass in the end zone. Axis Heathcock led the way in tackles with 17, while Samuel Garner added 14.
Fultondale 39, Wellborn 22
FULTONDALE — Although Wellborn was able to take an early lead, it took everything to get back in the game in the fourth quarter and eventually Fultondale was just too much for the Panthers.
Kevin Mixon, who finished with 81 yards, scored a 3-yard touchdown run to open up the game before Wellborn was held off the board the remainder of the first half, trailing 18-7 during the break.
It wasn’t until the fourth quarter that the Panthers got back on the board. Chantz Goodman and D.J. Rhoden both scored on the ground, cutting Fultondale’s lead down to 25-22. However, Fultondale returned the ensuing kickoff for a touchdown and later score again.
Goodman finished the night with 61 yards, and Rhoden rushed for 64 yards.
Saks 63, Ashville 20
ASHVILLE — Things got out of hand almost immediately as Saks’ speed was simply too much for Ashville.
The Wildcats led 21-0 after the first quarter and 49-0 at halftime before a strong offensive attack led by quarterback Tre Smith.
Smith finished the game with 85 yards on 7-of-11 passing and two touchdowns. He added 71 yards and score on the ground. Smith’s touchdown passes came from a 34-yard strike to Devin Harris and a 13-yard pass to Darion Coleman.
Davontae Young rushed for 94 yards on five carries and two touchdowns. Harris finished the night with 42 yards on the ground, adding a rushing score. Calvin Figueroa had four carries for 70 yards.
Weaver 41, Susan Moore 13
BLOUNTSVILLE — Weaver dominated defensively, taking advantage of Susan Moore’s air raid attack and finishing the game with four interceptions, three of which were returned for touchdowns.
The turning point in the game came when Delo Forbes returned an interception for a 45-yard score midway through the first quarter, giving Weaver a 14-6 lead.
Timothy Hawkins would also have two interceptions for touchdowns, as well. Paul Hubbard had a 24-yard touchdown reception from Hawkins and Forbes also had a 15-yard touchdown run. Chris Troge joined the scoring committee with a 65-yard touchdown run of his own.
Cedar Bluff 61, Jacksonville Christian 23
CEDAR BLUFF — Jacksonville Christian quarterback Daylen Brackett battled with Cedar Bluff, scoring the Thunder’s first touchdown on a 50-yard pass to Walker Messer. JCA would take a 10-7 lead after a 19-yard field goal by Brackett before Cedar Bluff regained the lead.
Brackett hit Kris Armprester for a 76-yard touchdown pass and an 18-yard score late in the first half before Cedar Bluff took over following a 34-23 lead at halftime.
Brackett finished with 256 yards on 12-of-22 passing and three touchdowns. The junior also rushed for 95 yards. Dakota Crook had 45 yards on the ground, while Armprester had 128 receiving and two scores. Tyler Morales had three catches for 53 yards and Messer had a TD and 55 yards receiving.
Handley 35, Dallas County 12
ROANOKE — Handley shot out to a 28-0 lead by halftime in a big home win.
Malik Meadows scored a pair of touchdowns for Handley, including one each rushing and receiving.
Malcolm Phillips opened the scoring with a 26-yard touchdown run. Jay Brown followed with a 19-yard scoring pass from Rhett Fetner.
Cody Foster tossed a 19-yard touchdown to Meadows, and Kelvin Kelly closed out the first half scoring with a 57-yard fumble return. Meadows added a 4-yard touchdown in the second half.
Clay Central 28, Holtville 0
CLAY — Jaylon Lyles rushed for 156 yards on 18 attempts for Clay Central, pacing a ground attack that piled up 240 yards.
Lyles scored a touchdown, while Kwasi Jennings, Anthony Wood and Peyton Reynolds each added one.
Lyles’ 1-yard scoring run came in the opening quarter. Jennings scored on a 1-yard run in the third quarter, and about a minute later, Wood followed with a 9-yard touchdown run. In the final period, Wood tossed a 45-yard touchdown pass to Peyton Reynolds.
Ranburne 21, Vincent 18
RANBURNE — Ranburne remained unbeaten at 4-0 by getting a clinching touchdown run in the fourth quarter by Brady Whittle.
Ranburne led 14-6 at halftime before Vincent managed a touchdown in the third period. Whittle scored on an 8-yard run, and Jake Howle kicked the extra point to push the lead to 21-12.
In the opening half, Dylan Tullis scored on a 1-yard run, and Braden Wilson caught a 30-yard scoring pass from Dylan Wiggins. Kyle Lobborn rushed for a 2-point conversion.
Tullis finished with 179 rushing yards on 35 carries. He also caught four passes for 16 yards. Devin Rehberg made nine stops for Ranburne, and Dalton Wiggins and Devon Tullis each made seven.
Wadley 32, Tall. Co. Central 24
WADLEY — Kamaury Avery accounted for four touchdowns in Wadley’s home win.
He completed a 35-yard scoring pass to Devin Freeman, returned an interception 50 yards for a touchdown and rushed for two scores of 1 and 26 yards.
He finished with 101 rushing yards on 23 carries. Chandler McCain added 56 yards on five carries.