Pinson Valley rolls past Pell City, Indians have allowed just 12 total points in three straight games
From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
PELL CITY — Pinson Valley cruised to yet another Class 6A, Region 6 victory after holding Pell City to just 108 total yards of offense in what was a 44-0 victory for the Indians on Friday night.
Pinson Valley has now won three consecutive games. In that span, the Indians have allowed just 12 total points.
In a contest that witnessed Pell City attempt more punts than the Panthers had first downs (seven), the Indians faced no resistance as quarterback Barry White threw for 247 yards with three touchdowns. White’s first two touchdowns went to Keyonteze Johnson, who hauled in five receptions for 149 yards.
Gaquincy McKinstry added three receptions for 83 yards with one touchdown.
Mike Sharp rushed for 112 yards and two touchdowns. A.J. Smith also recorded a rushing touchdown.
The Indians led 34-0 at halftime.
Pinson Valley now needs an Oxford loss next Friday to lay claim over the region.