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QB Paul Tyson (Hewitt-Trussville) had 3 TD passes tonight to pass Brandon Cox to set a new school record with 53 TD passes in his career
After an 0-3 start, Baker relieved Danny Smith to defensive coordinator Steve Normand
QB Chase Starling (Hazel Green) etch his name in the AHSAA Record Book for 8 TD's along with school record in TD's & points scored
Chelsea Head coach Chris Elmore taking job at Fort Payne to fill the coaching vacancy with the Wildcats.
Cullman Head coach Mark Britton will step down at the end of the 2017 season.
Callaway, Mississippi will visit Hewitt-Trussville to replace Florida school that backed out of contract #Huskies
Congratulations to Alabama commit 2019 OL Pierce Quick (Hewitt-Trussville) Committed to Play in 2019 Under Armour Game #Huskies
Thompson 63, Hewitt-Trussville 49 Final | Friday - October 26, 2018
ALABASTER, Alabama - #4 Thompson overcame an early 28-0 deficit to come back and defeat #2 Hewitt-Trussville 64-49 in a Class 7A, Region 3 matchup before an ESPN 2 national television audience along with a standing room audience at Thompson High School Friday night. Taulia Tagovailoa completed 15-of-26 passing for 264 yards and two touchdowns, one interception with 157 yards on 13 carries and two touchdowns to lift the Warriors to the big region win.
Thompson (8-1, 6-1) running back Shadrick Byrd rushed for 207 yards on 29 carries with three touchdowns and the Warriors had 649 total yards in the victory. "I was really proud of the way our kids responded," said Warriors head coach Mark Freeman. "This game got crazy early, but our kids just kept battling. I think it was a great game on our part. Scoring big before halftime was huge because we knew we were getting the ball back to start the third quarter. By scoring, we could run the football still and get back into the game. The day to day travel and working out together is we don't loose confidence in each other. Our defense turned around in the second half and got us back into the ballgame." MORE GAME STORY
Thompson 31, Mountain Brook 7 Final | Friday - October 19, 2018 | Class 7A, Region 3 Game
MOUNTAIN BROOK, Alabama -- Shadrick Byrd scored three touchdowns to give the Thompson Warriors a 31-7 win over Mountain Brook in a huge Class 7A, Region 3 game tonight at Mountain Brook Stadium Friday night. Thompson scored a touchdown early in the second quarter, took the lead and kept it for the rest of the game.
Thompson has been throwing the ball most of the season but decided to use the run game and it was the difference in this game tonight. "These two teams are very even," said Warriors head coach Mark Freeman. "We had a little bit of advantage, but give our guys credit for coming out and playing well. We played a great team. We had a good plan coming into the game. Give our defensive coaches credit for a great game plan. We have to run the ball. To play in November, we have to run the ball. Good football teams during the playoffs run the football and I thought we did that tonight." MORE GAME RECAP
Mountain Brook 20, Hewitt-Trussville 17 Final | Fridday - October 12, 2018
TRUSSVILLE, Alabama -- The #7 Mountain Brook Spartans take down #2 Hewitt-Trussville 20-17 on Husky Field at Hewitt-Trussville Stadium this Friday night. The Spartans used enough ground game along with their stingy defense to knock off the high powered Huskies offense. With the Spartans win, they locked in a playoff birth and they are on top of the Class 7A, Region 3 at 5-0 on the season and are still undefeated on the season.
Hewitt-Trussville to a lead early in the game, but the Mountain Brook defense and linebacker Clark Griffin picked off a Huskies pass in the end zone and on the first offensive play for the Spartans, Aj Gates raced 80-yards for a touchdown run and those were two big plays of the game. "Were here to stay and we are not going anywhere," said Spartans head coach Chris Yeager. "There is another team in Birmingham and they are green and gold. The best team won tonight. It was about our team. Chemistry won the game tonight. They played for one another and they play for their community. You can't buy that." MORE GAME STORY
James Clemens 63, Grissom 7 Final | Thursday - October 11, 2018
MADISON, Alabama -- Running back Collin Malone scored three touchdowns to help the #8 James Clemens Jets to a 63-7 win over Grissom in a Class 7A Region 4 contest in Madison City Stadium on Thursday night. The Jets scored on every possession they had the ball in the first half as the led 50-0 at the half.
James Clemens (5-2, 5-0) lost its first two games of the season but now have realled off five region wins in a row. "I was very pleased with our intensity tonight," said Jets head coach Wade Waldrop. "We were playing at a different speed tonight and I didn't anticipate this kind of outcome. All in all we came out heatlhy and we can be locked in on what we need to do." James Clemens has Sparkman and Austin left on their region schedule but want to stay focused and take this one day at a time. MORE GAME STORY
Mountain Brook 21, Oak Mountain 0 Final | Thursday - October 4, 2018
SHELBY COUNTY -- Defense, defense and more defense as the Mountain Brook Spartans go on to defeat Oak Mountain 21-0 at Heardmont Park Thursday night. The Spartans defense kept the Eagles offense off the scoreboard for the first time this season.
Mountain Brook (6-0, 4-0) grinded out a touchdown drive in the first half and again in the second half and received a muffed punt return for a short touchdown to get the big region with and clinch a playoff spot in Class 7A, Region 3. Mountain Brook still has Hoover, Thompson and Hewitt-Trussville coming up to see where all the seeding shakes out in the region. "Just a lot of resiliency as Oak Mountain made some changes this week," said Spartans head coach Chris Bell. "They made us to adjust a lot during the game. They did a heck of a job for preparing for us. We did a great job of counter punching. Our running backs ran the ball extremely well along with Gibbs. I don't remember anyone that shutout Oak Mountain. It was all about our defense. They were hungry and did a fantastic job. Anytime you have two weeks to prepare for a team with our great coaches it makes a difference." MORE GAME STORY
Pelham 52, Oak Mountain 21 Final | Friday - September 28, 2018
PELHAM, Alabama -- Running back Dylan Peterson scored four touchdowns and Class 6A the Pelham Panthers rolled over Class 7A Oak Mountain 52-21 at Ned Bearden Stadium Friday night. The Panthers dominated the first half and led 31-0 at halftime and didn't look back in the second half.
Peterson finished with 134 yards on 15 carries and the four touchdowns. "Dylan has confidence in his offensive line," said Panthers head coach Tom Causey. "He is getting better and better each week. It's the little things that making him a better player. He had two weeks of great practices and it showed tonight."
Pelham (4-2) scored first in the game when Greg Blue kicked a 21-yard field goal and the Panthers led 3-0 with 7:23 left in the first quarter. Kasey Clark had a big reception on an over the shoulder catch to setup the Panthers field goal. With 4:24 left in the first quarter, Peterson scored on a 21-yard touchdown run and Pelham led 10-0 late in the first quarter. MORE GAME RECAP