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Priceville's Jeremy Hale (20) can't break loose from Danville's Tyler Beck, left, and Kyle Weaver in Priceville on Friday night. Priceville won its homecoming 21-19.
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Priceville's Jeremy Hale (20) can't break loose from Danville's Tyler Beck, left, and Kyle Weaver in Priceville on Friday night. Priceville won its homecoming 21-19.

Hale's 193 yards push Priceville
Bulldogs hold on for happy homecoming

From staff reports

Junior running back Jeremy Hale helped pace Priceville High's 21-19 win over Danville on homecoming Friday night.

Hale rushed for 193 yards on 16 carries, and Aaron Sawyer, Eli Allen and Kristian Barker each scored one touchdown for the Bulldogs (2-3).

Levi George led Danville (0-5) with 178 rushing yards on 28 carries and two touchdowns. He had 144 rushing yards in the opening half.

Priceville led 15-13 as Sawyer rushed 10 yards for a touchdown and Allen scored on a 2-yard run. Sawyer added a 2-point run.

Danville got its points on a 49-yard run by George and a 33-yard scoring pass to David Long from Tyler Beck.

Barker put Priceville up 21-13 in the third period on a 38-yard touchdown pass from Logan Manthey.

George followed with a 2-yard scoring run in the fourth quarter with 1:48 to play to slice the lead to 21-19. Danville tried a 2-point run to tie but was unsuccessful.

Will Halbrooks helped the Priceville cause by blocking a field goal in the third quarter.

West Limestone 27, Ardmore 13: Tommy Reyer rushed for 279 yards on 18 carries and four touchdowns to lead West Limestone to its second victory of the year.

After Ardmore (1-4) opened with a touchdown on a 10-yard pass from E.J. Barnes to Kevin Shelton, Reyer sprinted 80 yards to score.

Ardmore then got a 5-yard scoring run from Landon Curtis for a 13-7 lead, but Reyer was off to the races again.

He scored on a 2-yard run to help West Limestone (2-3) to a 14-13 halftime advantage. Then in the third quarter, he rushed for a 66-yard touchdown run. In the fourth quarter, he tacked on a 71-yard scoring run.

Lawrence County 33, Hatton 26: The visiting Hornets led 14-13 heading into the final period before Lawrence County unloaded with 20 fourth-quarter points.

Matthew Pugh opened the period with his third touchdown run of the night.

Radney Wallace added two more touchdown runs to lift the Red Devils (2-3).

For Hatton (0-5), Tevin Terrill rushed for two touchdowns and caught a 44-yard scoring pass from Devan Parker. Chase Martin caught a 16-yard scoring pass from Parker.

Madison Academy 28, Elkmont 14: Five turnovers killed Elkmont, which fell behind 21-0 before rallying in the fourth quarter.

Elkmont (3-2) lost two of three fumbles and three of three interceptions.

Madison Academy committed three turnovers of its own, but managed to turn Elkmont's miscues into a 21-0 lead.

Elkmont opened the fourth period with a 6-yard touchdown run by Brandon Baker.

After Madison Academy got another touchdown on Kenneth Horton's second scoring run of the night, Cody Coffman caught a 7-yard scoring pass from Jonathan Carter. Brandon Solomon kicked two extra points.

Vinemont 20, Falkville 14: The Blue Devils (3-2) fell at home when they ran out of time in the fourth quarter.

Vinemont (4-1) led 20-6 heading into the final period. Falkville's only points came on a 5-yard run by Jonathan McNatt.

The Blue Devils cut it to 20-14 when McNatt completed a 35-yard touchdown pass to Steven Lindsey and then ran for the 2-point conversion.

Brandon Clark provided a highlight for Falkville in the opening quarter with a 60-yard punt.

Wilson 35, Clements 30: Wilson scored the winning points when Ben Richardson completed a 36-yard scoring pass to Jesse Payne with 14 seconds to play.

Payne then intercepted a last-second pass to seal the victory. He finished with 112 rushing yards and two catches for 71 yards.

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