Tuscaloosa is truly Titletown. Over the years, we had have champions, award winners, world champions, and Olympic medalists. Locally, our high schools have developed some of the future stars of tomorrow. In particular, Hillcrest High School produced both of this week's Walter Camp National FBS Players of the Week. This award was announced on Walter Camp Football's Twitter.
Former Tuscaloosa County High and Hillcrest High School linebacker, Jacquez Jones announced via his social media that he will be transferring to the University of Kentucky to continue his football career. Jones a standout linebacker for the Ole Miss Rebels the last two seasons becomes the latest player to take advantage of the SEC's new rules on intraconference transfers.
Former Tuscaloosa County High and Hillcrest High School football player and current Ole Miss Rebel, Jacquez Jones has announced his intention to leave via the transfer portal on his social media. Jones, a 3-star linebacker, led the Rebels in tackles last season with 75.
Ole Miss, and former Hillcrest, linebacker Jacquez Jones has made the Dean's List according to his father's post on Twitter. Jones played football in Tuscaloosa for Tuscaloosa County High School as an underclassmen but transferred to Hillcrest entering his junior season. He is majoring in exercise science.
ALABASTER – Tuscaloosa County’s final road game of the season didn’t the way it would have liked.
The Wildcats were shutout for the second time this season, losing 27-0 to Thompson on Friday night.
The Warriors, 0-10 last season, were sparked by touchdown runs of 58 and 86 yards from senior quarterback Walker Lott...
HOOVER – Tuscaloosa County was unable to keep up with Hoover for four quarters Friday night, falling 45-3 against the three-time defending state champions.
The Wildcats cut the lead to as close as four at the midway point in the second quarter before the Buccaneers took full control, scoring 38 unanswered points across six possessions to end the game...