Zayne Guthrie dismantled Hackleburg in every way possible last Friday night.
The junior quarterback accounted for four total touchdowns and 128 yards of offense to propel Class 1A, No. 8 Addison to a 41-16 road victory against the Panthers at Ray Family Stadium.
Guthrie ran for touchdowns of 1, 8 and 24 yards in the second-round playoff clash. He also completed a 59-yard scoring strike to Logan Wilkins — his only pass attempt — in the third quarter.
The Bulldogs (10-2) converted 11-of-13 third downs and 2-of-2 fourth downs with Guthrie under center.
In light of his impressive performance, Guthrie is the simple choice for The Times' Athlete of the Week honor.
Tyler Borden (20 carries, 99 yards) and Ben Robinson (16 carries, 61 yards and a touchdown) contributed in the win as well.
Athlete of the Week, which is sponsored by Mitch Smith Chevrolet, is presently open to basketball and football athletes. Nominations are always encouraged and can be submitted to email@example.com with the athlete's name, school and statistics/accomplishments.
See other notable performances from Tuesday, Nov. 14 to Tuesday, Nov. 21 below:
% Macey Butler, Destiny Walker and Kaylee Brummett, Addison: Combined for 138 points at the Vina Holiday Tip-Off Tournament. The Lady Bulldogs went 2-1 and finished runners-up to Winston County.
% Camryn Crider, Cold Springs: Scored 75 points in four games and eclipsed 1,000 career points.
% Anna Katherine Eastman, Anna Grace Murphy and Olivia Neal, Cullman: Combined for 172 points in five games.
% Zane Manley and Dylan Finch, Cullman: Combined for 87 points in three games.
% Abby Schnittker, Taylor Ann Yeager and Payton Golden, Fairview: Combined for 118 points in five games.
% Luke Yarbrough, Cameron Guthrie and Bryson Fletcher, Fairview: Combined for 108 points in three games.
% Kate Kent, Erika Woodall and Leyton Seal, Good Hope: Combined for 83 points in three games.
% Kelly Pickett and Karmen Johnson, Hanceville: Combined for 92 points in three games.
% Brendan Flanigan, Hanceville: Scored 32 points in two games.
% Brooke Brownfield, Miriam Oldacre and Olivia Ball, West Point: Combined for 115 points in three games.