Late TD gives Berry 36-30 win over Meek

From Staff Reports
Posted 9/21/19

ARLEY — Time ran out on Meek on Friday night as the Tigers dropped a 36-30 shootout to Berry in their Class 1A, Region 6 game at Meek Field.

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Late TD gives Berry 36-30 win over Meek

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ARLEY — Time ran out on Meek on Friday night as the Tigers dropped a 36-30 shootout to Berry in their Class 1A, Region 6 game at Meek Field.

The Wildcats broke a 30-30 tie with a late touchdown, improving to 3-2 overall and 2-1 in region play.

The game was close throughout. Berry held a 18-14 halftime lead. The Wildcats held a slim 24-22 lead after three quarters.

Meek trailed 30-22 in the fourth quarter, but notched the score with a touchdown and 2-point conversion.

Meek had its best offensive game of the season.

The Tigers got a 65-yard rushing touchdown from Matthew Clark, a 56-yard touchdown reception from Bryson Hudson and 40-yard touchdown receptions from both Trint Ory and Tommy Daniel.

Quarterback Stuart Waldrep threw three touchdown passes and three 2-point conversion passes — two went to Hudson and another to James Brown.

Meek (0-5, 0-3) plays at Sumiton Christian next week.

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Sulligent 18, Winston County 6

Sulligent struck for two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to pull away from Winston County and pick up an 18-6.

The Blue Devils took a 6-0 lead in the final quarter, but Winston County notched the score at 6-6 with Brooks Bonds connecting with Austin Owens on an 8-yard touchdown pass with 7:29 left.

From there, Sulligent regained command. With 4:09 left, the Blue Devils scored on a run up the middle, completing a 60-yard drive as they took a 14-6 lead. On Winston County’s next possession, Bonds fumbled the ball leading to a scoop and score for the Devils and an 18-6 lead. Winston County (2-3, 0-2) takes a three-game losing streak into an open week.

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Southeastern 42, Sumiton Christian 6

Southeastern earned a 42-6 win at Remlap, beating the Eagles for the first time in the series on Friday night.

Josh Brown had the lone touchdown for the Eagles. Sumiton Christian (0-5, 0-3) hosts Meek next week.