Hubbertville

Hubbertville blanks Brilliant 33-0


T.J. Keeton (25) is pictured eluding a tackle.

Traveling to Brilliant on Friday night, the Lions found themselves facing a wet and challenging playing field due to the heavy downpours of rain from earlier in the week. Following the coin toss, Hubbertville’s receiving team took the field for the opening kickoff.

 

Hubbertville Lions defeat South Lamar 48-33


T.J. Keeton (25) is shown making a spectacular catch as two South Lamar defenders fight for the ball.
Hubbertville traveled to Millport on Friday night to face-off with the South Lamar Stallions. The Lions won the coin toss electing to defer. Tucker Bowen’s opening kick was fielded at the 22-yard line by Mason Weathers, setting the Stallions up for its opening possession.

Hubbertville defeats Meek 44-14


Hubbertville quarterback Greyson Key (21) is shown running for a good gain against Marion County.

The Lions returned to Wiley Hollingsworth Stadium to face-off with the Meek Tigers in a region game. Meek won the coin toss, electing to defer. Austin Berryhill made the reception on the opening kick, setting the Lions’ offensive front up at the 39-yard line.

Berry defeats Hubbertville 8-6


Hubbertville’s Gage Alexander (10) is shown leaping over Berry’s Trace Deavours (10) as the Lions’ Alex Barnes (76) watches.

The move of Coach Caleb Hynds from Berry to Hubbertville during the off-season increased the tension and excitement of this year’s football game betwen the two cross-county rivals. It would be difficult for any game to live up to the hype leading into the 80th meeting between the two schools, but for the fans in attendance at Fred Webster stadium, it was one of the most exciting games ever, with Berry winning 8-6.

Hubbertville plays Hackleburg in jamboree


Greyson Key (21) hands the ball off to Brady Porter (23).

The Hubbertville Lions kicked off the 2021 football season under the leadership and guidance of new head coach Caleb Hynds on Friday night by traveling to Hackleburg to face-off against the Panthers in a fall jamboree game. In an agreement between the two head coaches, the varsity starters played the first half of the game and the second and third string players competed in the third quarter, followed by the junior varsity team taking the field for the final quarter of the matchup.

Harris honored at reception


Coach Harris is shown posing for a picture with his wife Gail Harris and many of his family members.

Hubbertville School held a reception on Friday, July 30 honoring Lamar Harris for his 44 years of service to the school and the community. A large crowd of former players, students, coaches, family members and friends gathered in the school’s gymnasium to honor Harris. Glen Allen Mayor Allen Dunavant presented Harris with a framed letter from the Town of Glen Allen, thanking him for his numerous contributions to Hubbertville School and the surrounding community.

Hubbertville recieves AHSAA sportsmanship grant


Hubbertville Head Football Coach Caleb Hynds (center), received a $1,000 sportsmanship grant from the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA). Also shown are Alvin Briggs(left), AHSAA executive director ; and Jeff Segars, AHSAA assistant director.

A total of 131 AHSAA high schools were recognized Friday at the 14th annual AHSAA Sportsmanship Luncheon, held as part of the 2021 Summer Conference. Principals and athletic directors from the schools who were ejection and fine free for the 2020-21 school year attended the luncheon held at the Montgomery Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center. Eight of the schools, one school from each of the AHSAA’s eight school districts, were selected to receive a special $1,000 grant. The grant program has now paid out $96,000 since the inception of the AHSAA Sportsmanship program in 2008.