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League recap: Puckett throws longest pass in league this season for Graves County

Posted Friday, September 06, 2013 by MaxPreps
 5A District 1 recap September 4, 2013

Peyton Puckett and Dionte Gray provided fans with a highlight when they connected against Franklin-Simpson. The connection went for 74 yards, the longest such play in 5A District 1 this season.

Ohio County scaled the state rankings by moving to 105 from 134 this week, the biggest jump in the league. The Eagles were able to make move up by defeatingHancock County 35-27.

 

Graves County's offense was tough to stop this week, as it produced the league's top passer, rusher and receiver. Puckett threw for 305 and 3 touchdowns and Jake Williams had 86 yards receiving. On the ground Cody Crider contributed 68 yards. Gray helped Graves County's passing attack out by catching 2 balls for 79 yards.

The Eagles' offense was unstoppable this week, as it produced the league's top passer, rusher and receiver.

Graves County's offense was tough to stop this week, as it produced the league's top passer, rusher and receiver.

Lance Gregory's team's dynamic duo of Puckett and Williams proved tough for the Wildcats to stop, as they were the top passer and receiver in the league this week.

The Eagles' dynamic duo of Puckett and Williams proved to be unstoppable against Franklin-Simpson, as they were the top passer and receiver in the league this week.

Puckett and Crider gave Graves County a balanced attack in passing and rushing last week. Puckett also contributed to the rushing game with 35 yards on the ground.

Puckett and Crider gave the Eagles a balanced attack through the air and ground last week.

Puckett put up the best numbers in passing as Graves County topped Doug Preston's team.

Williams was the best receiver in the league this week as the Eagles bested the Wildcats.

He went 13-20 with 1 interceptions.

Crider was the best running back in 5A District 1 this week.

 

Leading the league in both passing and receiving yards, Graves County's Puckett and Williams have proven to be a lethal combination. Puckett has thrown for 305 yards this season, while Williams, a 6-foot-0 receiver, has 4 catches for 86 yards. Dee Killebrew from Hopkinsville leads the league in rushing with 124 yards.

Christian County and Hillsboro played the most contested game in the league this week, with Christian County eventually emerging with a 28-25 victory.



Story is based on stats entered in MaxPreps by Tuesday 5am PST each week.

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