Dora's Waldrop named Player of the Week

Handling new duties on offense while turning in an outstanding performance on defense was no problem for Dora’s Ronald Waldrop in the Bulldogs’ 37-6 win over Hanceville.
Waldrop, who moved from tight end to center on offense, was unstoppable on defense, recording 10 tackles, including five tackles for a loss, four quarterback sacks, forcing a fumble and adding a pass deflection to be named the WJLX 101.5/DME Prepzone Player of the Week.
With the win, the Bulldogs are 3-0 for the first time since the 2012 season. 
Other notable performances:
WINSTON COUNTY: Austin Owens had a breakout game for the Yellow Jackets in a 40-33 road win at Lamar County. The senior running back rushed 17 times for 243 yards and three scores. His touchdown runs covered 7, 33 and 75 yards, with his last score providing the winning margin.
DORA: Along with Waldrop’s breakout night, Jamarcus Goodmon had 200 rushing yards on 13 carries. Logan Fowler scored four touchdowns as well as totaling 138 yards in the contest.
ADDISON: The Bulldogs bounced back from a loss to Aliceville with a 33-8 home win over Midfield. Quarterback Christian Roberts totaled 142 yards of offense, completing 5 of 7 passes for 77 yards and three scores (18, 31, 10) while rushing 16 times for 65 yards. He also had an interception on defense.
OAKMAN: Both Sean Douglas and Kaedyn Marchbanks had great nights on offense for Oakman in a 41-35 loss to Winfield. Marchbanks rushed 14 times for 126 yards with a touchdown, while Douglas had 117 yards on 12 carries with a score. Denzel Chatman recorded eight catches for 95 yards with two touchdowns.
CORDOVA: Jack Gable led the Blue Devils in the 13-12 defeat to John Carroll, rushing for 110 yards on 24 carries with a touchdown. Cade Naramore had 80 yards on three catches with a touchdown.
CARBON HILL: Devon Daniel rushed for 115 yards on 20 carries, while Clay Tittle was 15 of 21 passing for 108 yards in the Bulldogs’ 36-0 road loss to Vinemont.
SUMITON CHRISTIAN: Tyler Ingle recorded 11 tackles in the Eagles’ narrow 14-12 loss to Cedar Bluff.