FINAL: Bob Jones 28 - 31 Hewitt Trussville
Hewitt-Trussville (7-0) remained undefeated after winning a shootout with Bob Jones (5-2) 59-49.
The Patriots gave the Huskies about all they could handle though and got off to a fast start thanks to a long Sam Barnes reception to move into the redzone. Bob Jones' Brad Anderson rushed into the endzone for the early 7-0 lead.
Hewitt-Trussville responded with an 8 play 65 yard drive to even the game on their first possession, a sign of things to come offensively.
The offense maintained center stage for both teams, as Bob Jones' Anderson ripped off a 64 yard run to set up an easy 1 yard touchdown run.
Both defenses managed to generate a stop to put a temporary end to scoring, but it wasn't long before the offensive fireworks started going off again.
Hewitt-Trussville saw a promising drive lost to a fumble, but Bob Jones fumbled the ball back to Hewitt-Trussville on the very next play to set up the Huskies in prime scoring range.
The Huskies didn't waste much time taking advantage to the turnover thanks to perfect pass to a wide open Logan Pitts to tie the game 14-14.
Not to be outdone, Brady Polson threw an impressive strike deep down the field to give the Patriots right back the lead.
At the end of a 1st Quarter dominated by scoring, Bob Jones led 21-14 over Hewitt Trussville.
The 2nd Quarter belonged to the Huskies' Grayson Cash who capped off a long drive to tie the game in Hewitt-Trussville's favor and followed up the next possession by providing the Huskies' their first lead of the game at 28-21.
Bob Jones' Brady Polson guided the Patriots down the field and capped the drive off with a perfect throw to Brad Anderson to tie the game back at 28-28.
With only 40 seconds left in the half, the Huskies were able to get into scoring position and add a FG to go up at the half 31-28.
Hewitt-Trussvile opened up the second half and just like the first with a drive that ended in the endzone once again. The drive only took 1:01 and was led by a 55-yard touchdown run to extend Hewitt-Trussville's lead to 10 points.
Bob Jones' answered on a 4 minute drive of their own that utilized a bit of trickery to get in the endzone. A reverse to Brown from 7 yards out managed to bring the Patriot's to within 3.
Not to be outdone by Brown, Grayson Cash helped drive the Huskies back down the field. From the 6 yard line Cash carried it to the goaline, fumbled, and the Huskies' recovered the ball in their own endzone for the score.
The Huskies' fortunate fumble marked the last score of the 3Q and Hewitt-Trussville entered the final period up 45-35.
On the Huskies's next drive, Cash took it to the goalline again, and this time hung on for his 3rd score of the game, giving Hewitt-Trussville a 52-35 advantage.
Unwillingly to go quietly, the Patriots' struck quickly with an 80-yard pass to Brown for his 3rd score of the game!
And with only 3 minutes left in the game, Bob Jones narrowed the lead to 3 with a score and 2-point conversion, but the Huskies sealed the game away with a backbreaking 55-yard touchdown run with only 2 minutes left in the game.