Baker threw a touchdown pass to four different receivers.The TD passes covered 3, 45, 50, 39, 42, 47 and 32 yards.The seven TD passes in a single game rank as tied for third all-time.Only three quarterbacks in AHSAA history have thrown more – James Raines of Class 1A Berry and Brent Gulledge of Class 1A Victory Christian hold the record with nine each in 20, respectively.GUNTERSVILLE WINS STATE’S OLDEST RILVARY: The Wildcats edged Albertville 7-0 to improve to 51-46-6 in what is considered the AHSAA’s oldest rivalry.The series began in 1914 and the two schools have played annually since 1926.The Falcons were awarded a forfeit in 2015 but was later found to have an ineligible player and also had to forfeit the contest.The last previous victory was a 6-0 win over Clements in 2013.
White scored on runs of 63, 5, 1, 75 and 69 yards with the 63 yarder coming on the game’s first play. FALKVILLE: Went over the 1,000-yard mark on the season with 263 rushing yards in a 47-7 win over Vinemont.
Baker’s performance edged out a super performance for Florence running back Armoni Goodwin.
He rushed for a career-high 395 yards and four touchdowns (76, 6, 85 and 85 yards) in a 45-35 loss to unbeaten Class 7A Hewitt-Trussville.
AGAIN: Class 4A Rogers beat Hamilton 27-14 to finish unbeaten for the second season in a row for Coach Randall Martin’s direction.
The back-to-back 10-0 regular seasons are the only two in the Pirates’ 59-year history dating back to 1959.