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2017 Players of the Week
« on: September 14, 2017, 06:20:01 pm »
Ryan Talley of Russellville threw for 360 yards and five touchdowns in a 55-21 win against Siloam Springs.

Talley completed 19 of 28 passes, and also ran for a touchdown.

Domonick Kight of Nashville scored six touchdowns in a 64-28 win against Malvern.
Kight caught touchdown passes of 59, 57, 77, 48 and 31 yards from Tyler Hanson. Kight had seven catches for 295 yards in all.
[/size]Kight also returned a punt 52 yards for a touchdown.
[/size]Hanson threw for 422 yards, completing 14 of 21 passes.

Taye Gatewood threw for 558 yards, which is a single-game record for the state's largest classification, and six touchdowns in leading Southside to a 52-29 win against Little Rock Catholic.

Gatewood completed 20-of-29 passes. He was 8-for-13 passing in the first quarter for 306 yards and three touchdowns, and 14-of-21 in the first half for 453 yards and five touchdowns.

Jordyn Jackson caught six passes for 266 yards and touchdowns of 30, 30, 27 and 58 yards. Tyrese Solomon had five catches for 182 yards and scores of 26 and 18 yards.

Jackson Bowersock threw for 445 yards and four long touchdowns to lead Little Rock Christian to a 55-26 win over Little Rock Parkview.

Bowersock completed 23 of 27 passes with touchdown tosses of 58 yards to Justice Hill, 54 and 57 yards to Chris Hightower, and 64 yards to Trey Harris.

Layne Hatcher threw for 757 yards and six touchdowns in Pulaski Academy's 86-56 win over Little Rock Christian.

Hatcher completed 36 of 45 passes with touchdown passes to Brett Lynch of 27 and 24 yards, to Tra Johnson of 65 yards, to Nathan Biagioni of 91 yards, J.D. White of 28 yards and Hudson Henry of 11 yards. Hatcher was 8-for-9 passing in the second quarter for 274 yards and a touchdown.

Hatcher also ran for three touchdowns. Johnson had 13 catches for 323 yards.

Pulaski Academy had 991 yards on 91 plays with 40 first downs.

Landon Brown of Shiloh Christian threw for 507 yards and five touchdowns in a 56-20 win over Huntsville.

Brown, who was 15-for-22 passing in the game, threw all five of his touchdown passes within a seven-minute span of the second quarter and was 7-for-7 passing for 378 yards just in the second quarter. He threw two touchdowns to Jake Nelson of 17 and 99 yards, one to Reagan Neal of 30 yards and then his last two to Blake Thomson of 94 and 44 yards.

[/size]Michael George of Conway ran for 354 yards and four touchdowns in Conway’s 54-47 win in overtime against Fort Smith Southside.
 [/size]George had 31 carries and scored on runs of 4, 27, 35 and 9 yards. Andrew Hreha scored on a 1-yard run in overtime, and Conway stopped Southside on a fourt-and-1 try on its turn.
[/size]George’s 354 yards is the second-best rushing performance in school history behind only Peyton Hillis, who ran for 384 yards and four scores against Russellville in 2003.

Demias Jimerson of Malvern accounted for seven touchdowns in a 67-58 win over Hot Springs Lakeside.

Jimerson ran 24 times for 404 yards and six touchdowns on runs of 65, 11, 30, 39, 24 and 69 yards. Jimerson also threw for 125 yards and a 47-yard touchdown to Darion Weaver.

[/size]WEEK 2Senior running back Deon Youngblood scored six touchdowns to pace Sylvan Hills to a 48-22 win over Hot Springs Lakeside.Youngblood ran 18 times for 256 yards and five touchdowns, scoring on runs of 1, 65, 67, 3 and 3 yards. He also caught three passes for 28 yards with a 15-yard touchdown on a swing pass.He’s rushed for 371 yards and six touchdowns for the season on 36 carries and has five catches for 47 yards and a score.

Mason Schucker threw seven touchdown passes in Searcy’s 63-41 win over Valley View.Schucker completed 21 of 30 passes for 310 yards with scoring tosses of 55, 35, 15, 19, 25, 44 and 11 yards.Tim Williams, Alonzo Tripp, and Eli Nevels caught two touchdown passes each with Trenton Turner snaring one.
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