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Thompson 14, Hewitt-Trussville 12 | Friday - September 30, 2022
ALABASTER, Alabama - The #2 Thompson Warrior's stingy defense took away a possible game-tying two-point conversion with 1:36 left in the game and went on to defeat #6 Hewitt-Trussville 14-12 at Warriors Stadium on Friday night. Anquon Fegans intercepted the two-point conversion, and the Warriors escaped with a big Class 7A, Region 3 win.
Hewitt-Trussville drove down the field with less than five minutes in the game to close the gap to two points when Peyton Floyd scored on a 4-yard touchdown run. Thompson recovered the onside kick and ran out the clock to get the win. "We are living on the edge of the world," said Warriors head coach Mark Freeman. MORE GAME STORY
Central-PC 35, Dothan 28 | Thursday - September 29, 2022
DOTHAN, Alabama -- Quarterback Jaylen Epps threw for four touchdown passes, and the #4 Central-Phenix City defeated #9 Dothan Wolves 35-28 in a key Class 7A, Region 2 game at Rip Hewes Stadium. Every time Central would score, Dothan would cut the lead back to a touchdown but couldn't get any closer in the game.
Epps had a massive game as he completed 15-of-20 passing for 274 yards and four touchdowns with 68 yards on nine carries in the win. "We battled, and Dothan is a good football team," said Red Devils head coach Patrick Nix. "We made some big plays on offense. Coming on the road and getting a region win is big for our team. Staying up two scores was huge in the game. I thought Jaylen played tough, protecting the football. He ran the ball effectively and threw the ball very well tonight." MORE GAME STORY
Thompson 17, Clay-Chalkville 14 | Friday - September 23, 2022
THOMPSON, Alabama -- The Thompson Warriors used two defensive stands late in the fourth quarter to hold off Clay-Chalkville 17-14 at Warriors Stadium on Friday night. With less than three minutes in the game, Clay-Chalkville had the ball at the Thompson 3-yard line on a fourth and two, but wide receiver Jaylen Mbakwe was stopped short of the first down and the go-ahead touchdown.
Four plays later, Thompson gave the ball back to Clay-Chalkville inside the 45-yard line with only 1:30 left in the game, but on the first play, Thompson's linebacker Jake Ivie picked off a Cougars pass, and Thompson ran out the clock for the big win and snapped the Cougars 20-game winning streak. "I was just on a QB spy and I just read his eyes," said Ivie. MORE GAME STORY
Huntsville 28, Bob Jones 24 | Thursday - September 15, 2022
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- Running back Carlin Long scored three touchdowns as the Huntsville Panthers won a 28-24 win over Bob Jones in a big Class 7A, Region 4 victory at Madison City Schools Stadium on Thursday night. Most of the game went back and forth, but Huntsville (2-2, 2-1) pulled it out late.
Long had the big night running the football as he had 199 yards on 18 carries and three touchdowns. "This is a big win for us; I'm so glad we could pull this out," said Panthers running back Long. "I didn't know I could go back in late in the game due to cramping up, but once I saw that we had a chance, I just had to suck it up and get back in with my teammates. We just kept fighting, we came in with a different game plan, and it made a difference tonight." MORE GAME STORY
Clay-Chalkville 14, Pinson Valley 12 | Friday - September 9, 2022
PINSON VALLEY -- #1 Clay-Chalkville went on the road and won a tough 14-12 region game at Willie Adams Stadium Friday night. Both defenses played pretty well for most of the game. Both teams scored two touchdowns, but the Cougars were the only team with a 2-point conversion, and that was the difference in the game. Both offenses struggled for most of the night.
"I thought our defense came out ready to play," said Cougars DE Devin Finley. "I think our defense is best in the state. I give credit to our coaches that prepare us Monday through Thursday. We plan to be the best defense in the state. I'm used to playing in this kind of atmosphere. Big games, we have been here before. This is one of the best rivalries in the state, but we prepared for this moment." MORE GAME STORY
Hillcrest-Tusc 55, Hueytown 45 | Thursday - September 8, 2022
HUEYTOWN, Alabama -- The #4 Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa Patriots went on the road and defeated #10 Hueytown 55-45 in a big Class 6A, Region 4 game at Hueytown Stadium on Thursday night. The Patriots win is the first over the Gophers since 2013 and is one game they had on the calendar since last season.
Quarterbacks Ethan Crawford (Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa) and Earl Woods (Hueytown) kept making big plays for their teams, and the game kept going back and forth like a boxing title match. Crawford ended the night completing 10-of-16 passes for 177 yards and four touchdowns with 173 yards on 18 carries and two touchdowns. Woods had 336 total yards and five touchdowns on the night. MORE GAME STORY