Lanett-B.B. Comer Class 2A Semifinal

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Lanett-B.B. Comer Class 2A Semifinal

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LB Comer defeated Lanett 45-20-Saturday afternoon, ending the Panthers’ season. The Tigers were led by Kamore Harris’s rushing attack and Devin Harvey’s goal-line stand. The first half ended with a Fyffe touchdown due to a fumble by B.B. Comer. The second half saw the Tigers scored a touchdown on each of their first two possessions after the Panthers turned the ball over three times.

Kamore Harris led the rushing attack for the Tigers

Despite a third-quarter deficit of 35-21, the Highland Home Flying Squadron could not muster a third quarter comeback and fell to B.B. Comer in a Class 2A semifinal in Sylacauga. The Tigers’ offense showed signs of life in the second half, but their defense was not ready to make the comeback against a Fyffe attack that was better on the ground than in the air.

Despite the Tigers’ lack of scoring opportunities in the second half, they did manage to keep Fyffe off the field for almost 21 minutes. The Tigers did manage to take the ball on downs, but the Wildcats responded with a short punt that was returned 50+ yards by Phil Dowdell. Despite the Tigers’ valiant effort, Fyffe’s defense was able to hold them scoreless in the final four minutes.

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Fyffe’s defense was solid on the ground, limiting the Tigers to 282 rushing yards. The Tigers had two reasonably sustained drives at the end of each half.

The Tigers’ passing game was a disappointment, as they threw the ball only twice in the first half. However, the Tigers showed the ability to score on a turnover. They also showed the ability to run the ball. They rushed the ball for a 67-yard touchdown in the first quarter.

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The Tigers also had an onside kick in the first quarter. The Tigers’ defense forced a turnover on downs in the second quarter.

The Tigers’ first touchdown came on a 67-yard run by Kamore Harris. The Tigers also had a 44-yard pass from Devin Harvey to Richard Weed. A two-point conversion failed. However, the Tigers did manage to pull within three points, 19-16, in the second period.

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The Tigers also had a pair of turnovers. They threw an interception, and a fumble recovery. In the end, the Tigers finished with two turnovers and four punts.

Fyffe also had the largest winning margin of any state championship game in the history of the AHSAA. The Red Devils won four straight Class 2A or 3A titles between 2014 and 2018. Fyffe finished with six touchdowns on the ground and five tackles for loss.

Devin Harvey delivered a goal-line stand in the first half

Boosted by a stout defense in a state championship game that is more akin to a football championship than a football championship game, Fyffe rolled the ball off the ballpark to the tune of one score and three seconds. It has one of the best coached programs in Alabama, and the best record in the state. The Tigers have won nine conference titles in the past nine years. Fyffe has a track record of success in football that is unmatched in this day and age. A win in the last two games is par for the course. Having a winning record is no small feat in a state with the football season being as long as you are and the season being as long as you are.

Fyffe’s second touchdown was the result of a fumble by B.B. Comer

Earlier this week, the Fyffe Red Devils took their fourth state championship in the past five seasons. The team’s 42-game winning streak ranks eighth in school history. They are also the top ranked team in the state in 2022.

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The win was the sixth AHSAA blue map trophy for Fyffe since 2014. They’ve won four Class 2A or 3A titles in the last five years. The Red Devils have made eight title game appearances in their storied history.

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Comer led 24-0 at halftime. However, Fyffe pulled out a 33-22 victory in the second half. The Red Devils used three 11-play drives in the second half to control the game. They scored on four of the five drives. On one drive, Brodie Hicks scored on a 7-yard run on fourth-and-goal with 3:57 remaining. He was named Class 2A MVP after scoring five touchdowns.

The Red Devils’ defense held B.B. Comer to no touchdowns in the second half. They were able to force three turnovers in the first half. They also had five tackles for loss. They scored on a 60-yard fumble return for a touchdown with less than a minute to go before halftime. The two-point conversion failed, giving Fyffe a 24-22 lead.

The Tigers made a comeback with an interception and a touchdown. They cut the lead to 33-22 with nine:27 remaining. But Fyffe closed the door with a classic touchdown drive. They drove 59 yards in 11 plays to take a 40-22 lead. After Balcazar’s extra point, Fyffe held the lead for good.

The Tigers finished with six tackles for loss, a fumble recovery, an interception, and a sack. They were 6-of-11 passing for 130 yards. They also scored on a 44-yard pass to Richard Weed. During the game, they lost two fumbles and had three turnovers.

Fyffe rushed 61 times for 281 yards. They were able to hold Comer to a field goal on three of their five drives in the first half. They also scored three times in the first quarter.

They were able to hold the Tigers to only one touchdown in the second half. They also limited them to 16 pass attempts.

Lanett Panthers’ season ended with a 45-20 loss to B.B. Comer

Despite a promising start, the Lanett Panthers football season ended last week with a 45-20 loss to B.B. Comer in Sylacauga. The Tigers are in the first round of the 2022 Class 2A playoffs. They could face Reeltown or Chickasaw in the quarterfinals.

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Despite the loss, the Lanett Panthers were fourth in Region 3 with a 4-6 record. Head Coach Brian Story was disappointed with the end of the season but was happy with the growth of his younger players. He is also pleased with the kicking game, which scored twice in regulation and thwarted a two-point conversion attempt in overtime.

Junior QB Devin Harvey threw for 1,014 yards and nine touchdowns. He also had four interceptions as a defensive back. Senior James Carmichael had four touchdowns and 71 tackles. Payton Anderson rushed for 154 yards and four touchdowns on 19 carries. In addition, Cameron Pettus returned a fumble for a touchdown and intercepted two passes.

Despite the loss, the Lanett Football team was fourth in Region 3 and will face a team from the Northern District next week. Coach Brian Story is happy with the growth of his younger players and hopes that they will continue to grow into better football players.

Gabino Morin was the AHSAA Football Spotlight Player of the Week. He scored two clutch touchdowns in regulation. He then drilled a 37-yard field goal as time expired in the game. He had three tackles on defense and a 26-yard field goal earlier in the game.

Junior RB Payton Anderson rushed for 154 yards, averaging 8.7 yards per carry, with four touchdowns. He also had 144 yards on kick returns. Junior WR Conner Howell caught 11 passes for 156 yards and an interception. He has 72 total tackles, including five interceptions. He also has three forced fumble recoveries.

Junior RB Kaleb Moore rushed for 113 yards and a touchdown. He was 8-of-15 passing for 120 yards and two touchdowns. His other touchdowns came on a 73-yard run and a 26-yard field goal. His fumble recovery on defense was returned for a touchdown.

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