Week 4 of Sideline is coming up this Friday. We’ve got 25 games lined up for you this week along with more scores from around central Alabama. Now is the time when you can start to tell the contenders from the pretenders. Our two big games of the week are big region match ups. This is a 6A region 6 showdown. Gardendale has won two straight after starting 0-2. They are led by Michael Crowder at quarterback. The Minor Tigers are led by first year head coach Curtis Graves and they sit at 3-1.
Week 3 of Sideline is here. Again, we’ve got you covered around central Alabama. We’ll have highlights of 25 games and scores from many more. We’ve got two good ones for you. Two Top 10 showdowns. One in 7A and the other in 5A. Our first game of the week is one of the biggest rivalries in Alabama. Hoover at Spain Park. Spain Park beat the Bucs twice in 2015, including in the playoffs on their way to the state title game. Hoover returned the favor last season. The Jags are unbeaten so far in 2017.
It’s week 2 of the high school football regular season and it’s time to start region play. These are the games that are really going to matter when playoff time rolls around. We’ve got highlights and scores from all over central Alabama. The first one is at Hoover. The defending 7A champions Hoover Bucs will host the Mountain Brook Spartans. Hoover is 1-1 and the Spartans are 2-0. Can the Buc defense slow down Spartans star tailback Harold Joiner? Our second Game of the week is at Lawson Field.
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