Prep football rounduo: Hatton earns first win over Red Bay since 1987

Hatton quarterback Briley Kerby rushed for two touchdowns Friday vs. Red Bay

The Hatton Hornets picked up a program defining win Friday night when they knocked off Red Bay 16-4. 

The win was the Hornets' first over the Tigers since 1987. 

Hatton quarterback Briley Kerby rushed for two touchdowns 

The win moves Hatton to 3-4 on the season and keeps them alive in the Class 2A Region 8 playoff race. 

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Lee-Huntsville 39, Lawrence County 12

Austin Williams accounted for two fourth-quarter touchdowns, but it wasn’t enough as Lawrence County fell to visiting Lee 39-12 on Friday night.

The Red Devils remain winless at 0-7 and were eliminated from the playoff, while the visiting Generals improved their record to 3-4 overall and 202 in 5A Region * play.

The teams battle to a scoreless tie in the first quarter, but Lee exploded for 29 points in the second stanza. Isiah Vandenberghe accounted for two of the Generals’ second quarter touchdowns. He scored on a 12-yard run and caught a touchdown pass from Antony Matthews with 45 seconds remaining in the first quarter.

Williams, who rushed for more than 100 yards, scored Lawrence County’s first touchdown with 4:49 left in the game on a 13-yard run. His second touchdown was a 7-yard run as time expired.

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Clements 47, East Lawrence 34

The East Lawrence Eagles fell Friday night to Clements. 

East Lawrence running back Cayden Rivers rushed for three touchdowns in the game, while quarterback Peyton Kelly had a five yard rushing score and a 23 yard pass to Bralyn Robinson 

The loss drops them to 2-5 on the season 

 
 
 

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