Record Breakers
October 25, 2018
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Record Breakers

By Marla JonesSports Editor • marla@southerntorch.com (Photo by Cheryl Boydston)

HIGDON, Ala. — The Fyffe Red Devils defeated the North Sand Mountain Bisons, 42-26 on Friday night and broke a few records in the process. Coach Paul Benefield chalked up his 275th win and Senior Running Back, Payton Anderson broke the Fyffe school record for most rushing yards in a single game. Anderson finished with 363 yards for the night and scored four touchdowns, making his career record a total of 103 touchdowns.

North Sand Mountain struck first on a 24-yard run to start things off 6-0 Bisons with 9:07 to play in the first.  Fyffe struck back on a Zach Pryon to Brodie Dalton 28-yard touchdown pass.  The point after attempt by Dalton was good to make things 7-6 Red Devils with 6:35 remaining in the first.  After a 3- and- out by the Red Devil defense, Payton Anderson scored on a 8-yard gallop up the middle to put Fyffe up 14-6 with 1:30 to play in the first.

North Sand Mountain scored on a 5-yard pass to make things 14-12 with 10:35 remaining in the second quarter.  With 5:49 to play in the first half, Zach Pryon scored on a 2-yard scamper into the endzone to give Fyffe the 21-12 advantage going into the half.

To start the second half, Anderson took it around the left end to put Fyffe up 28-12, scoring his hundredth career touchdown.  With 1:15 remaining in the third quarter, Anderson scored on a 28-yard run to give the Red Devils the 35-12 advantage.

The Bisons scored with 10:57 remaining in the game on a 49-yard pass play to make things, 35-18.  Anderson scored on a 1-yard run that he set up with a 43-yard big play around right end to put Fyffe up 42-18 with 9:34 remaining in the game.  With 5:00 left on the timeclock, North Sand Mountain scored to make the final 42-26, in what some say was the best game of the year.

Fyffe will host the Ider Hornets on Friday night.

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