After weather canceled what was supposed to be their home opener last week, The Brewer Lady Patriots opened with the West Morgan Lady Rebels this past week. Expectations are high this season for second year coach Amy Keel and her Lady Patriot’s squad, who are the defending county champions. The Rebels gave the Patriots all they could handle on this night. Brewer took a five-point lead over the Rebels late in set one thanks to a kill from Shyan Flack and a big block from McCarley Northway.
From the opening kickoff, the Hartselle Tigers put their foot on the gas and didn’t let up. Hartselle traveled to Athens this week for their first region game of the season. The Tigers came in with a 2-0 record after non-region wins over Cullman and Lawrence County, while Athens was coming in with a 0-1 record after an opening week loss to Sparkman. A win here was important for both teams as every region win counts in Class 6A region 8. Hartselle opened the game with a quick four-play 70 yard drive.
It was sloppy at times and it wasn’t pretty, but in the end the Hartselle Tigers got the job done. Hartselle was coming home after a thrilling victory over Cullman, and with region play starting next week, all eyes were going to be watching for a second week letdown against the Lawrence County Red Devils. At first, it seemed that might be the case. After forcing a three and out, Hartselle fumbled on their first offensive snap of the game.
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