Alabama football commits, Tre’Quon Fegans and Jeremiah Alexander helped the Thompson Warriors capture their third straight state title on Wednesday night.
The Warriors defeated Central Phenix City 38-22 to win the 7A State Championship. Wednesday’s win gives Thompson High School a total of four state championship trophies.
Fegans led the Warriors in tackles with seven and pulled in an interception in the fourth quarter to help Thompson secure the win. He entered the game with 38 total tackles and three interceptions. This is the second state championship team Fegans has been on. He was a member of Oxford’s 6A state championship team in 2019.
Trequon Fegans with the interception for Thompson. 7:06 left in game. pic.twitter.com/7f1GyzdVpt
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Alexander finished the night with one tackle, one sack and one tackle for loss, according to the AHSAA Super 7 official box score. However, his sack resulted in a Central Phenix City punt. Alexander has been a part of Thompson’s last three titles.
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Multiple Alabama targets also shined in Wednesday’s matchup. Five-star defensive end, Peter Woods was Thompson’s second-leading tackler with six tackles and one sack. Tony Mitchell finished the game with a tackle for the Warriors.
Karmello English, a 2023 wide receiver target for the Tide, pulled in a receiving touchdown for the Red Devils and four-star defensive end, Tomarrion Parker added a tackle.
Fegans is expected to play in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game next week.
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Justin Smith is a Scouting/Recruiting analyst for Touchdown Alabama Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter, via @Jdsmith31Smith