Boaz's Wood grabs No. 1 spot in Times' Dirty Dozen


Boaz quarterback Casey Wood claimed the top spot for Week 4 in The Gadsden Times' Dirty Dozen. (Photo by Dave Hyatt | Gadsden Times | File)


Week 4 of the high school football season included numerous performances worthy of The Gadsden Times’ Dirty Dozen. But one stood above the rest.

Boaz quarterback Casey Wood completed 18 of 19 passes for a school record 300 yards. He had a hand in all six of the Pirates’ touchdowns in a 45-10 win over the Scottsboro Wildcats.

For his effort, Wood earned the top spot in this week’s Dirty Dozen. On the season, Wood has passed for 707 yards and 11 touchdowns plus four scores on the ground. He leads an offense averaging 371 yards and 46.3 points per outing.

Here’s a look at the rest of this week’s Dirty Dozen.

2. Forrest Livingston, Spring Garden

Continued his trek toward a Class 1A All-State selection with 258 yards rushing and two touchdowns in Spring Garden’s 35-0 victory over Coosa Christian.



3. Chris Lawrence, Gadsden City

It was Chris Lawrence’s night in Albertville, as he rushed for 214 yards and two touchdowns in the Titans’ 35-7 win over the Aggies for a Class 6A, Region 7 victory.



4. Will Scott, Sardis

Had a breakout-type game against Douglas, completing 16 of 18 passes for a career-high 300 yards with a TD through the air and on the ground in Sardis’ 42-28 win over the Eagles.



5. Dale Jackson, Fort Payne

The quarterback connected on 10 of 18 passes for 165 yards, threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more in the Wildcats’ 45-20 win over Southside.

6. Levi Mintz, Cedar Bluff

Completed 7 of 11 passes for 189 yards and four TDs in the Tigers’ win over JCA.

7. C.J. Jones, Collinsville

Went 7 of 8 for 244 yards and three TDs in Collinsville’s win over Sumiton Christian.

8. Michael Davis, Geraldine

Rushed for 133 yards and four scores in Geraldine’s win over New Hope.

9. Toby Pee, Sardis

The senior tailback rushed for 125 yards and four touchdowns in Sardis’ 42-28 win over Douglas. Pee now has 16 TDs on the year.

10. John David Jennings, Gaylesville

Rushed for 209 yards, ran for a score and caught a TD pass and made 13 tackles on defense in Gaylesville’s 28-27 loss to Valley Head.

11. DeVernon Marshall, Westbrook

Hauled in four catches for 104 yards and scored two touchdowns to lead Westbrook Christian to a 34-7 win over West End.

12. Hunter Nunnally, Glencoe

The sophomore quarterback led Glencoe to a 21-0 win over White Plains by completing 14 of 21 passes for 199 yards and two total TDs.