The Paul Bryant Stampede (1-7) capitalized off of clutch plays from their running back and defense to defeat the Brookwood Panthers (4-3) on homecoming night 23-18, claiming its first win of the season.
During a Tuesday meeting the Tuscaloosa County School Board approved a construction project that will build a new football stadium, track, track and field house for Brookwood High School. The project will come with a price tag of roughly $18 million and gives the Panthers brand new facilities to continue to grow its sports programs.
Hueytown utilized its athleticism, scoring touchdowns on its first 10 consecutive drives of the game. The Golden Gophers maintained balance, scoring five passing touchdowns, and five rushing touchdowns.