Stars of Alabama 6A

It's hard to believe we're only four games away from the playoffs, but many players are stepping up in big ways for their team. Here are the Stars of Alabama for the class 6A performers.

Carr Tigner
6-4, 190 pounds
Junior Quarterback
Justin Lasagna
6-2, 165 pounds
Senior Kicker
Hewitt-Trussville High School

Tigner completed 10-of-13 pass attempts for 137 yards and a 28-yard touchdown pass in the 17-14 win over Huffman. He also rushed for a two-yard score in the win. Lasagna hit the game winning field goal with seconds left. His 35-yard boot lifted the Huskies to a 17-14 win over Huffman.

Edward Aldag
6-0, 165 pounds
Junior Quarterback
John McCrary
5-10, 155 pounds
Senior Wide Receiver
Mountain Brook High School

Aldag completed 12-of-13 pass attempts for 175 yards and two touchdowns of 31 and 42 yards in the 35-10 win over Spain Park. McCrary caught seven passes for 122 yards and two touchdowns in the 31 and 42 yards in the win.

Will Laughlin
5-11, 155 pounds
Junior Quarterback
Joshua Matthews
5-10, 210 pounds
Sophomore Running Back
Decatur High School

Laughlin completed 10-of-16 pass attempts for 144 yards and three touchdowns of 10, 34, and 18 yards in the 28-0 win over Grissom. Matthews rushed for 74 yards on 14 carries scoring a two-yard touchdown. He caught four passes for 61 yards in the win.

Jerald Walker
5-10, 190 pounds
Junior Running Back
Central Phenix City High School

Walker rushed for 173 yards on eight carries including a 42-yard touchdown in the 48-0 win over Northview. Central Phenix City remains undefeated.

Demarcus Jones
5-8, 150 pounds
Senior Athlete
Smiths Station High School

Jones rushed for 145 yards on 10 carries including a 50-yard touchdown in the last minute 32-27 win over Enterprise.

Willie Curry
5-11, 175 pounds
Junior Running Back
Enterprise High School

Curry rushed for 164 yards on 24 carries scoring on a seven-yard run and second touchdown on a short run after he returned a kick 69 yards. He also caught a 23-yard touchdown pass in the heartbreaking 32-27 loss to Smiths Station.

David Johnson
5-7, 160 pounds
Junior Running Back
Shades Valley High School

Johnson put up another big performance rushing for 257 yards in the 48-45 loss to Austin. The junior carried the ball 17 times for a 15-yard per carry average.

Dallas Tidwell
6-7, 200 pounds
Senior Quarterback
JaMichael Willis
5-11, 150 pounds
Junior Wide Receiver
Gardendale High School

Even in a loss Tidwell is impressive. With 232 yards the Troy commitment completed 21-of-32 passing attemptsin the 19-10 loss to Northridge. Willis caught seven passes for 127 yards.

Chris Jones
5-10, 175 pounds
Senior Athlete
Minor High School

Jones rushed for 97 yards on 15 carries scoring twice on runs of 10 and 15 yards. He had 58 yards receiving and returned a kick 98 yards for a touchdown. The University of Alabama commitment also returned an interception for 35 yards in the 31-14 win over Jackson-Olin. The senior wound up with 288 all-purpose yards.

Alonzo Harris
6-1, 210 pounds
Senior Running Back
Gadsden City High School

Harris rushed for 124 yards on 25 carries scored two touchdowns of 21 and 7 yards in the 28-21 win over Clay-Chalkville. Harris has scholarship offers from FSU, Kentucky, Mississippi State and Tennessee among others.

Tyler Owens
6-1, 205 pounds
Senior Linebacker
Adam Wright
6-2, 270 pounds
Senior Defensive Tackle
Clay-Chalkville High School

Owens made 13 tackles with one for a loss in the loss to Gadsden City. Wright made 12 tackles with one for a loss of yards in the loss.

Antonio Marsh
6-2, 205 pounds
Senior Linebacker
Blount High School

Marsh returned an interception 54 yards and was a big part of Blount's dominating defense in the 46-0 win over Mary Montgomery. Marsh has scholarship offers to Grambling and South Alabama.

Jamal Golden
6-0, 180 pounds
Senior Quarterback
Wetumpka High School

Golden had 257 all-purpose yards in the team's 41-24 win over Carver Montgomery. Golden has scholarship offers from Illinois, Memphis, Arkansas State and Mississippi State.

Bradley Bostick
5-6, 150 pounds
Senior Running Back
Oak Mountain High School

Oak Mountain finally got their first win to start the second half of the season over Thompson 20-14. Bostick rushed for 122 yards and scored three touchdowns of 1,6 and 4 yards in the win.

Israel Lamprakes
5-11, 175 pounds
Senior Wide Receiver
Daphne High School

Lamprakes rushed for two touchdowns of 1 and 13 yards. He also caught five passes for 84 yards in Daphne's 37-7 win over Satsuma.

Stuart Jacobs
5-9, 170 pounds
Sophomore Running Back
Vestavia High School

Jacobs rushed for 193 yards on 28 carries scoring three touchdowns of 5, 2, and 7 yards in the 42-20 win over Homewood.

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