Record your vote for the best Alabama Coast soccer player in Week 7
Check out the nominees for Alabama Coastal Soccer Player of the Week for Week 7 of the 2021 high school soccer season.
Coaches can submit stats after their Friday night games or nominate players before noon each Saturday.
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Nominations must come from an official team coach or statistician. They can be emailed to [email protected]
Voting is open until Wednesday morning. The winner will be announced on AL.com on Thursday.
Don’t forget to press the “End survey” button after making your choice.
Here are the picks for this week:
William Ford, Saint-Michel: Ford caught three passes for 40 yards, intercepted a pass and also made a punt return for a touchdown in the Cardinals’ road win over WS Neal.
Jamari Hawkins, Baker: Hawkins rushed for 55 yards and a pair of touchdowns in just three carries and tallied seven receptions for 200 yards and four touchdowns in a 61-19 win over Murphy. He also had 80 yards in kickoff returns.
Jarius Houston, Chickasaw: Houston ran for 201 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries as Chickasaw tied his record at 3-3 overall with a victory over Cottage Hill.
Zach Kittrell, Bayside Academy: Kittrell rushed for 105 yards and threw for 158 as Bayside upset the previously undefeated Flomaton on the road. Kittrell had 8 of 12 assists with 2 TDs.
KJ Lacey, Daphne: Early in his high school career, the freshman scored 13 of 20 for 225 yards with two touchdowns in a Class 7A, Region 1 victory over Alma Bryant.
Braylon McReynolds, McGill-Toolen: McReynolds amassed 336 yards and 4 touchdowns on 34 carries in the Yellow Jackets’ 31-21 win over Baldwin County.
Brandon Purifoy, Stamina: Purifoy had 11 tackles, a sack and a fumble recovery as the Wolves shut out Escambia County 46-0 to go undefeated.
Kierstan Rogers, ThÃ©odore: Rogers rushed for 197 yards and 5 touchdowns as the Bobcats beat Davidson to go undefeated.
Ronnie Royal III, Gulf Shores: Royal scored four touchdowns as Gulf Shores won at Citronelle. The sophomore running back ran for 98 yards on 14 carries.
Clark Turner, UMS-Wright: Turner’s interception in the final five minutes sealed UMS’s victory over Faith Academy.
Jarel Williams, Saraland: West Virginia’s engagement caught 11 passes for 157 yards and two touchdowns as the Spartans upset Spain’s No.1 Class 6A 28-16 Fort.
Amari Yelding, BC Rain: Yelding had 154 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for a score as the Red Raiders beat LeFlore to go undefeated in Class 5A, Region 1.
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Week 1: Ronnie Royal III, Gulf Shores
Week 2: Taven Curry, Robertsdale
Week 3: Taven Curry, Robertsdale
Week 4: Santae McWilliams, Saraland
Week 5: Kaleb Browning, Excel
Week 6: Justin Adams, lemongrass