PREP ROUNDUP: Cold Springs holds off Southeastern 34-33; Ellis leads Fairview to victory; Hanceville shuts out J.B. Pennington; Addison, Good Hope earn wins
Per The Cullman Times
Ayden Alexander racked up four touchdowns, Cold Springs came up with a key stop late in the game, and the Eagles improved to 2-1 on the season following a 34-33 home victory over Southeastern on Friday night.
Alexander's final rushing score of the contest put Cold Springs up 34-27 in the fourth quarter.
The Mustangs, however, found the end zone to pull to within one and set up for a 2-point attempt.
The Eagles, though, turned them away to preserve the slim lead and eventual region triumph.
"The game was on the line for our defense with a minute left to go, and they made a play," coach Rod Elliott said. "They bailed me out tonight. Lawson (Burgess), Jordan (Lacey) and Roberto (Ayala) made the stop."
Alexander scored on runs from 8, 10, 2 and 6 yards out.
He finished with 260 yards on 21 carries. He also caught three passes for 34 yards.
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