Current Weather

On Air Now

Bob Baron
6:00pm - Midnight

Jasper’s Reese, Lynn’s Tittle named Week 5 POTW

Jasper’s Trey Reese and Lynn’s Cale Tittle had spectacular games in Week 5 to help their teams earn region victories and earn Player of the Week honors.

Reese, the Jasper Southeast Hospice/WJLX Player of the Week, had a huge impact in Jasper’s great defensive effort against Wenonah, recording three tackles, three assists, two sacks, one forced fumble and a fumble recovery, with Vikings holding an opponent to their lowest point total at seven since last year’s Mars Hill game.

Following on the heels of his stellar outing against Sumiton Christian, Tittle, the Wal-Win Southeast Hospice/WJLX Player of the Week, excelled further against Holy Spirit when he completed 13 of 19 passes for 214 yards with four touchdowns, while rushing for 106 yards with another score. He totaled 320 all-purpose yards on the game and five touchdowns.

Both players will receive plaques and be interviewed to commemorate their performances.

Other notable performances from Week 5:

Jacob Hardin: 11 rushes for 139 yards with a touchdown

Carbon Hill
Devon Daniel: 15 carries for 161 yards with two touchdowns

Cody Headrick: 10 14 passing for 316 yards with four touchdowns
Jalen Armistad: Four catches for 128 yards and a touchdown

Collin Page: Kick return for a touchdown

Sean Pryor: 134 passing, 33 rushes for 194 yards with a touchdown; 328 all-purpose yards


Spencer Rosenfeld: Rushed for a touchdown, passed for a score

Micah Pledger: Two rushing touchdowns

Logan Madison: Six catches for 142 yards with a touchdown

Cam Deaver: 179 yards rushing with three touchdowns
Orry Frith: 159 yards on 16 carries with a touchdown

Rick Johnson: 14 carries for 102 yards, one receiving touchdown

Sumiton Christian
Noah Godwin: Five arries for 150 yards with two touchdowns
Kannen DeFoor: Three carries for 84 yards with three touchdowns

Winston County
Declyn Morgan: Two Passing touchdowns, one rushing touchdown
Chris Clemons: Two rushing touchdowns, two interceptions