Athlete of the Week

Cold Springs' Brody Peppers.

Brody Peppers put in a good week of work for Cold Springs' varsity boys.

The talented sophomore had 21 points against Cleveland, 19 against Hanceville and six against Southeastern to help the Eagles notch a 2-1 record during that stretch.

He also shot 53 percent from the floor while averaging six rebounds and three assists per matchup.

Not too shabby.

Peppers is The Times' Athlete of the Week.

Cold Springs had several other contributors as well.

Adam Hill scored 11 against Hanceville and 13 against Southeastern.

Micah Calvert scored 10 against Cleveland and 13 against Southeastern.

Tanner Kilgo scored 10 against Cleveland and 12 against Hanceville.

Athlete of the Week, which is sponsored by Tony Serra Nissan, is open to all local athletes.

Nominations can be sent to with the person’s name, school and statistics.

Check out other notable performances from Friday, Jan. 3 through Wednesday, Jan. 8 below.

Stats are compiled by The Cullman Times and/or submitted by area coaches.

% Elizabeth Hill, Cold Springs: Had 21 points against Cleveland, 20 against Hanceville and 15 against Southeastern.

% Toni West, Cold Springs: Had 22 points against Cleveland and 17 against Hanceville.

% Neely Ellison, Cold Springs: Had 14 points against Hanceville and 13 against Southeastern.

% Jayden Sullins, Cullman: Had 16 points against Jasper and 14 against Athens.

% Tucker Gambrill, Cullman: Had 13 points against Jasper and 10 against Athens.

% Anna Katherine Eastman, Cullman: Had 16 points against Jasper and 14 against Athens.

% Jaden Winfrey, Cullman: Had 15 points against Hatton and 14 against Athens.

% Regan Quattlebaum, Cullman: Had 10 points against Hatton and 13 against Athens.

% Dow Nichols, Fairview: Had 10 points against Susan Moore and 17 against West Point.

% Austin Turner, Fairview: Had 10 points against Susan Moore and 14 against West Point.

% Austin Jackson, Fairview: Had 18 points against Susan Moore.

% Payton Golden, Fairview: Had 16 points against Susan Moore and 11 against West Point.

% Cole Maddox, Good Hope: Had 27 points against Huntsville, 22 against Vinemont and 14 against Hanceville.

% Drew Maddox, Good Hope: Had 17 points against Vinemont and 20 against Hanceville.

% Tanner Malin, Good Hope: Had 13 points against Vinemont and 10 against Hanceville.

% Michael Lowe, Good Hope: Had 22 points against Hanceville.

% Ivey Maddox, Good Hope: Had 15 points against Vinemont and 22 against Hanceville.

% Bailey Tetro, Good Hope: Had 17 points against Huntsville and 11 against Vinemont.

% Tyson Bellmon, Hanceville: Had 31 points against Lindsay Lane and 11 against Cold Springs.

% Raiden Morgan, Hanceville: Had 20 points against Good Hope.

% Brodie Malcom, Hanceville: Had 18 points against Good Hope.

% Cainon Moore, Hanceville: Had 16 points against Lindsay Lane.

% Kelly Pickett, Hanceville: Had 23 points against Glencoe, 11 against Cold Springs and 25 against Good Hope.

% Kyler Chaney, Holly Pond: Had 29 points against Brindlee Mountain.

% Katch Johnson, Vinemont: Had 17 points against Good Hope and 21 against Brindlee Mountain.

% Madysen Hacker, Vinemont: Had 15 points against Brindlee Mountain.

% Tyler White, West Point: Had 21 points against Russellville and 14 against Fairview.

% Aubry Cleghorn, West Point: Had 16 points against Russellville and 18 against Fairview.

% Will Cochran, West Point: Had 18 points against Russellville and 12 against Fairview.

% Kobe Bowers, West Point: Had 19 points against Russellville.

% Miriam Oldacre, West Point: Had 15 points against Russellville and 23 against Fairview.

% Jake Winfrey can be reached at 256-734-2131, ext. 136 or at​

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