Here are some of the highpoints from Madison County’s 44-7 whipping of Winder-Barrow Friday, which evened the Raiders’ record at 1-1:
•Receiver Bracken Turner had one of the best offensive games of his career with five catches for 76 yards and one touchdown. Head coach Randell Owens noted that Turner ran a perfect comeback route in catching the first touchdown of the game, a 16-yarder from Jacob Owens.
•Stacy Mack helped move the Raider offense with 43 yards on seven carries. Owens also noted that the senior, who graded out at a 98, carried out his run blocking and pass protection assignments well.
•Jacob Owens accounted for 178 yards of total offense and four touchdowns in his second career start at quarterback.
•Cody Esco “played a great game,” according to Owens, grading out at 85 percent at middle linebacker.
•Owens noted reserve linebacker Haden Martin’s interception which came in the fourth quarter.
•Jeremiah Nesmith blocked a punt that resulted in third quarter safety. Nesmith also had six tackles on the night.
•Devon Cadwell played well at defensive end, Owens said, especially considering his responsibility is to help create opportunities for the linebackers.
•Offensive lineman John Gunnells graded out at 73 percent, a performance that was “vastly improved” over week one, Owens said.