Kirk Rygol jr dead and obituary, Redshirt Junior The dual-threat quarterback

Kirk Rygol and Alex Stennett of Fort Mill Nation Ford showcased an outstanding performance, leading their team to a 70-28 victory over Rock Hill last week. Rygol’s impressive stats included completing 24-of-35 passes for 392 yards and six touchdowns, along with 16 rushes for 80 yards. Stennett contributed significantly, catching 11 passes for 252 yards and four touchdowns, setting single-game school records for receiving yards and receiving touchdowns.

Julian Boddie of Providence demonstrated his prowess as a running back, amassing 139 yards and securing four rushing touchdowns in the first half of the Panthers’ 44-0 win over Berry Academy. Boddie’s exceptional performance played a crucial role in the victory.

The Mallard Creek duo of Chauncey Caldwell and Ryan Jones displayed excellent teamwork, with Caldwell throwing for 246 yards and two touchdowns in their 42-21 triumph over Hough. Both touchdown receptions went to Jones – a 45-yarder in the first quarter and a 31-yarder in the second. Jones totaled five catches for 125 yards, all within the first quarter.

Nijere Peoples of Butler delivered an outstanding performance with 178 rushing yards and three touchdowns in Thursday’s 53-0 shutout against Myers Park. Over the past two games, Peoples has showcased his running prowess, accumulating 471 yards and nine touchdowns on 45 carries, averaging an impressive 10.46 yards per carry.

Despite Providence Day’s loss to Bishop Sullivan (Va.), freshman Porter Rooks stood out with 165 yards of total offense. Notably, Bishop Sullivan boasts 19 Division I players and competes on a national schedule, making Rooks’ performance particularly noteworthy. Rooks showcased his versatility with over 100 yards rushing on 12 carries and an additional 50 yards receiving.

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