Lynn got big performances from Brandon Hill and Griffin Lynn in a 31-20 road win over Hubbertville on Friday night.=
Lynn got big performances from Brandon Hill and Griffin Lynn in a 31-20 road win over Hubbertville on Friday night.
Hill passed for 333 yards and three touchdowns, including the go-ahead score late in the forth quarter. All three touchdown passes went to Griffin Lynn, who finished with six catches for 124 yards.
Marcus Meeks sealed the game for the Bears, picking up a Hubbertville fumble at the 4-yard line and racing 96 yards for the score on the final play of the game.
Lynn led 19-7 at the half thanks to a pair of Hill touchdown passes to Griffin Lynn and two Hill field goals.
Down 20-19 in the final quarter, the Bears closed out a 75-yard touchdown drive with Hill connecting with Griffin Lynn on a 7-yard touchdown pass.
Hill finished the game 18 of 29 for 333 yards and three touchdowns. He also rushed eight times for 24 yards. Micah Cagle had seven catches for 93 yards, Jacob Rivera had three catches for 72 yards and Dalton Gilbert had two catches for 44 yards.
Defensively, Griffin Lynn had 14 tackles, Carson Legg had nine tackles and tackles for loss.
The Bears (3-4, 2-3) host South Lamar next week.
Addison 44, Tanner 25
The 10th-ranked Addison Bulldogs maintained pace near the top of the Class 2A, Region 7 standings with their fourth consecutive win Friday night, breezing past Tanner 44-25.
Four Addison players scored touchdowns in the first half,.
Weston Smith opened the scoring for Addison with an 8-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, and Christian Roberts hooked up with Brody Dollar for a 20-yard scores and a 16-0 advantage. Caleb Crider recorded two rushing touchdowns (20, 1) in the second quarter, and Roberts added a 35-yard scoring strike to Grant Rice before halftime. Smith capped the scoring for Addison in the second half, adding a 15-yard touchdown.
Addison (6-2, 3-1) hosts Tharptown next week.
Pickens Co. 44, Meek 13
Pickens County scored three touchdowns in the first quarter and added three more in the second as the Tornadoes built a big lead and defeated Meek 44-13 on Friday night.
The Tigers trailed 44-0 at the half. Meek got two touchdowns on the second half. Matthew Clark scored on a 19-yard run and Stuart Waldrep added a 12-yard run. Meek has dropped their last 10 games dating back to last season.
With the win, No. 7 Pickens County (6-1) improved to 5-0 in Class 1A, Region 6.
The Tigers (0-8, 0-5) hit the road for their last two games of the season. Meek goes to Marion County next week and closes out the season at Lynn on Oct. 25.