AISA/ACSC Roundup: Hope scores 92
By ALEC ETHEREDGE | Sports Editor
Hope 92 Lyman Ward 50
Hope followed it’s 88-point debut this season with back-to-back 14-point performances, but in week six of the regular season, the Eagles got back to their offensive ways in a 92-50 win over Lyman Ward.
Peyton Long had a nice night defensively picking up seven tackles, an interception and a fumble recovery. The Eagles combined to get five interceptions and a fumble recovery on the night.
Jackson Davis picked up 231 yards rushing with two touchdowns, while adding an additional 100 yards passing and four more touchdowns. Ethan Key also added 108 more yards on the ground and two additional touchdowns.
Hope is now 2-3 this season, but followed up its region loss to Evangel last week with a region win this week to move to 1-1 in region play with several winnable games still in front of them.
Coosa Valley 6 Pickens Academy42
Coosa Valley fell to 1-5 this season after a tough 42-6 loss to Pickens Academy on the road on Sept. 22. It marked the fourth game of six this year that the Rebels have given up 40-plust points defensively.
Lew Dale had 78 yards on nine carries, while adding 10 tackles on defense. Chase Carlee had 80 yards and a touchdown on seven catches, while also making an impact defensively.
Coosa Valley will take on 0-6 Sparta Academy on Sept. 29 in a game they should be able to win.
Kingwood 6 Chambers 51
Kingwood continued its slow start to the 2017 season in a 51-6 loss to a very good No. 4 Chambers Academy team. In four of their five games, the Lions have failed to score more than 14 points. Sitting at 1-4 (1-1), Kingwood will play ACSC and county foe Hope on Friday, Sept. 29.