Pee stands atop Times' Dirty Dozen for Week 6

Sardis senior running back Toby Pee was named the top player in Week 6 of The Gadsden Times' Dirty Dozen. (Photo by Marc Golden | Gadsden Times | File)

If Toby Pee keeps this up, he may be running straight toward the state Class 4A Back of the Year honor.

The senior Sardis running back rushed for 155 yards and four touchdowns and had a 90-yard kickoff return for a score in the Lions’ 42-40 Region 7 win over Guntersville in overtime Friday night.

For his effort, Pee was named the top player in this week’s Gadsden Times' Dirty Dozen. Pee added three 2-point conversion runs, including one in overtime after his brother, Braun Pee, scored the go-ahead touchdown. For the season, Pee has 1,096 yards rushing and 333 receiving to go with 24 touchdowns (three receiving).

Here’s a look at the rest of the top performers from Week 6.

2. Logan McPherson, Fort Payne

Kicked a 57-yard FG — the third-longest in state history — made all of his PATs, put two punts inside the Boaz 15 and had three touchbacks in the then-No. 6 Wildcats’ 24-6 win over Boaz.

3. D’Shawn Fife, Cedar Bluff

Made a big impact in the No. 6 Tigers’ biggest game of the season, rushing for 121 yards and three touchdowns in a 26-14 victory over the then-No. 8 Collinsville Panthers.

4. John David Jennings, Gaylesville

Had his second straight game with over 200 rushing yards, racking up 206 on the ground and scoring three touchdowns in the Trojans’ 48-14 win over Jacksonville Christian Academy.

5. Zach Magnusson, Fort Payne

Caught seven passes for 119 yards and a 24-yard touchdown in a 24-6 win over Boaz. He added an interception he returned 99 yards for another TD that was negated by a penalty.


6. Trent Thrash, Fyffe

Rushed for 199 yards and two scores in No. 3 Fyffe’s 32-7 win over Sand Rock.

7. Jonathan Ford, Westbrook

The QB scored a total of four touchdowns in Westbrook’s win over Gaston.

8. C.J. Savage, Piedmont

Caught six passes for 150 yards and two TDs in No. 1 Piedmont’s win over White Plains.

9. Jay Duckett, Etowah

The defensive back intercepted three passes to set up two touchdowns in Etowah’s 40-14 victory over the Scottsboro Wildcats.

10. Tyler Morgan, Spring Garden

Continued his strong 2012 campaign by rushing for 170 yards and a touchdown in the then-No. 10 Panthers’ 48-14 win over Woodville.

11. Peyton Gilliland, Boaz

The receiver caught nine passes for 196 yards and a touchdown in the Pirates’ first loss of 2012, a 24-6 setback to then-No. 6 Fort Payne.

12. Payne Anderson, Plainview

Had a solid game in Plainview’s 33-10 win over Brindlee Mountain, as he rushed for 162 yards and scored two touchdowns.