The Carver Wolverines Beat the Kansas City Chiefs 34-34 in the NFL Playoffs

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The Carver Wolverines Beat the Kansas City Chiefs 34-34 in the NFL Playoffs

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During the first round of the NFL playoffs, the Carver Wolverines are the only team to beat the Kansas City Chiefs. They did it in thrilling fashion, pulling out a 34-34 win on Friday night. After the game, the Carver players took a few moments to talk with the media about what it took to get them to the big game. They spoke about their experiences during the season, how they felt about the coaching staff, and what they’re looking forward to in the coming season.

Antonio Trone

During the first half of the game, Carver had an interesting lead. They took the ball deep into Pike Road territory and the Wolverines were able to move the ball down the field. Eventually, they were able to convert on their two point conversion.

The Wolverines were able to score the most points in the game. The Carver Wolverines won the game and the Class 6A, Region 2 championship. They defeated Pike Road 22-19. The game was a rematch of last year’s playoffs. The Wolverines won by the same score as the team they defeated last season. This time, Carver walked away with the trophy.

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The Carver-Montgomery Wolverines won the Class 6A, Region 2 title. They defeated Pike Road 22-19 in the Crampton Bowl. The Wolverines have now won four games in a row and are 2-0 in the region. They are the top seed in the playoffs. The Wolverines were able to win the class, while Pike Road was unable to make the playoffs.

The Carver-Montgomery made the most of the opportunities that they were given. In particular, they were able to score the most points in their most memorable game of the season. They were able to throw the ball in all kinds of different directions, including the backseat. They also had a lot of catches and receptions. They ended up with 374 yards on offense and 66 on defense.

Tristan Bennett

Among the top high school football recruits this spring is 6-foot-7, JUCO signee Brandon Baldwin. He is ranked one of the top 20 players in the national class. He is also ranked as the highest upside prospect in the class.

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Another big player in the state is 6’5” in-state prospect Aaron Steinfeldt. The in-state recruit has four-star quarterback Jaquez Smith in his offense. He also has four-star wide receiver Jordyn Williams. The in-state recruit is a strong athlete who has a high ceiling at Bloomington.

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The other big offensive line prospect is 6’11” JUCO signee Logan Purcell. He has five tackles on the year. He has also made an appearance in an appearance at the Music City Bowl.

Another top defensive line prospect is 6-foot-4, So. Lemeke Brockington. He also has strong arms and is a physical playmaker. He has also had a big junior season with five sacks.

In addition to being a strong offensive lineman, he has also had a good year as a defensive back. He had a strong sophomore season. He was also named the Most Valuable Player of the Shootout Series.

Another big prospect is 6-foot-7, Sr. Jordan Hill. He has had three starts for the Wolverines. He has also had a few appearances as a backup. He has made one catch for 11 yards in one of his three games. He recorded a touchdown reception against South Carolina. He also had two catches for 40 yards against South Alabama. He also registered eight assisted tackles.

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Despite a disappointing performance as a return specialist, MarQuan Jamerson was the difference maker for the Carver Wolverines. He caught six passes for 164 yards, including a 64-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter.

The Carver Wolverines clinched their first-place playoff position over the Pike Road Patriots. Christian Johnson completed five touchdown passes in the second half. Jamerson scored a touchdown on a 23-yard pass from Johnson, as well as two touchdowns on receptions of 31, 35 and 35 yards.

After a sloppy start to the game, Pike Road scored a touchdown early in the first quarter to take a 9-0 lead. The Patriots had a touchdown on their first drive and had a touchdown on their second drive.

The Carver defense held Pike Road to only 11 yards on four second-half possessions, while holding them to 61 yards overall. On the last drive, the Patriots got inside the Carver red zone but failed to score. The score was their second consecutive loss to the Patriots in Region 2.

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On Carver’s first possession, Jamerson was penalized for interference. Carver punted. On the ensuing drive, Pike Road ran the ball five times for 11 yards, including a 14-yard run by Mike Dillard. The Patriots’ defense then held the Wolverines to a field goal.

On Pike Road’s next drive, Anthony Rogers ran for a 30-yard touchdown, giving the Patriots a 19-14 lead. However, Carver tied the game at 19-all with a score with 3:22 left in the half.

James Smith

Having already narrowed his list to six schools, five-star defensive lineman James Smith is on the right track. His verbal commitments to Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Ohio State and Auburn, coupled with his physicality and exceptional closing speed, make him one of the top players in the state of Alabama.

A star player at Carver High School, Smith was one of the top defensive linemen in the state. He earned over 20 offers during his sophomore season. He is also considered a two-way threat on the court as a skilled basketball player.

Carver High School finished third in the region last season. The team defeated Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa in the first round of the playoffs. They have also won eight consecutive games in the region, including a 46-32 win over the Catholic High School of Baton Rouge.

Smith’s coaches told him he could be one of the top players in the nation. They called him slick and a thinking man’s player.

As a sophomore, he dominated at both the tackle and end. He registered double-digit tackles for loss, sacks and pass breakups. He also showed off his ability to shoot gaps. His coach, Todd Dowell, noticed his mobility and exceptional body control.

In the state of Alabama, Smith is considered the state’s top recruit for 2023. He is listed as the nation’s second best defensive tackle. He is also considered to be one of the state’s top overall prospects.

Jaquavious Russaw

During his junior season, Jaquavious “Qua” Russaw had the best year of his career at Carver. He had 130 tackles, 16 sacks, and forced an interception. He also helped the Carver defensive line play a major role in their 27-14 victory over Daphne.

Jaquavious “Qua” Russaw has a 6’3″ frame, 230 pounds of strength, and a menacing front seven presence. He also displays good range and closing speed. He can play on or off the ball at the next level. He projects to be a multi-year starter in the Power Five at the collegiate level.

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Russaw has been attracting interest from Alabama, Florida, and Ohio State. He plans to take an official visit to Auburn in October. He has also visited Texas A&M and Miami. He is planning to visit both schools again on October 29.

Jaquavious Russaw is known for his ability to make big plays. He also has the ability to force turnovers inside the paint. He is a good rebounder at both ends of the floor. He is also a great sprinter, running faster than sprinters 50 pounds or less lighter. He is rated as the top rushing end in the 2023 recruiting class. He is also rated as a four-star offensive lineman.

Russaw plans to visit Auburn on October 29. He also plans to visit Alabama and Florida together. He is currently planning to travel with Five-star defensive teammate James Smith.


Despite a pair of impressive defensive efforts, the Wetumpka Mustangs could not put together a convincing victory over Carver in the final quarter. In the end, the Wolverines put the finishing touches on the game with a blitzkrieg of their own. The Carver defense held Wetumpka to 89 yards of total offense. In the end, the score was 34-24.

Carver quarterback Christian Johnson threw for a solid 288 yards and five touchdowns. Johnson also rushed for a career-high 705 yards on 105 carries. The Wolverines had no trouble getting to the goal line. They finished off the game with a pair of touchdowns in the final minute of play. The icing on the cake was Calvin Hughley’s 17-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.

The Carver offense got off to a rocky start. They failed to score on their first drive of the game. Then, they scored on their next three. The Wolverines scored on a couple of long runs and converted the two-point conversion. Their defense, however, did the utmost to keep the score down.

They did have a couple of other impressive plays, including a 45-yard pass from quarterback Jacob Bryant to Josiah Scott. They also had a nice interception by Terry Burke. Luckily for the Mustangs, the aforementioned was the only notable blemish.

The Wetumpka Mustangs have bye week this week and will be back on the field on October 21 to play Sidney Lanier.

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