Kaleb Benefield

Ranburne running back Kaleb Benefield tries to escape the grasp of Wadley's Jaquez Wilkes in Ranburne's 14-0 win over Wadley Friday in Ranburne. Benefield rushed for 66 yards and both Ranburne touchdowns on 16 carries in the game.

Handley fell behind 14-0 and trailed 21-12 in the second quarter before scoring four unanswered touchdowns on their way to a statement win over St. James in a battle of highly-ranked teams in Montgomery Friday.

The offensive playmakers did their jobs in a big way for Handley as the Tigers, ranked No. 2 in the state in Class 4A, knocked off the 3A No. 3 Trojans 48-35.

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