GENEVA, Ala. (WDHN) — It’s a time to congratulate a high school signal-caller in the Wiregrass who excels both on the gridiron and in the classroom.
Last Thursday night, the Geneva Panthers outlasted the Geneva County Bulldogs 34-26 at Hugh Owen Stadium. The Panthers’ Kahari McReynolds normally plays tailback but filled in as signal-caller. Due to injuries, Kahari ran for nearly 300 yards overall and scored four touchdowns in his team’s victory.
“I got my athletes involved, followed my keys and really that’s what happened,” McReynolds said.
Kahari and his team will play their first region game of the season at home against Providence Christian Friday night. The Eagles are 2-0 and listed in the state’s Class 3A top ten.