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Written by Allen J. Dunavant   
Monday, 25 October 2010 06:26

With high implications of play-off hopes the Hubbertville Lions boarded the team bus and traveled to Berry to face their arch county rivals in the last region 5 contest of both teams season. Upon entering Fred Webster Stadium the Lions could feel the atmosphere and tempo of the evening growing as kick-off approached. The Berry faithful were there to honor their Senior Class athletes, cheerleaders and band members with recognition before the game and the spirit of both schools was united as both bands took to the field to show unity by the playing of the National Anthem, to get the much anticipated event underway. Following victory line formations by cheerleaders, bands and faithful fans, both teams rushed the field with anticipation and high stakes prepared to fight for a much needed victory and county bragging rights until next year. Team Captains lined the sidelines and met at mid-field for the coin toss, which was won by the home-standing Wildcats. Captains for the Wildcats were Seth Elkins, Ronnie Finch, Justin Madison, and Brett Smith. Representing the Lions team Captains were Colby Ellis, Jake McCollum, Mikey McCraw and Wade Tidwell.

The opening kick by Aaron Dillard was mishandled by Terrance "Tank" Hollingsworth at the 20-yard line but recovered and advanced up field to the Berry 45-yard line where Dillon Tucker made the stop for Hubbertville. Jacob Kennedy called his own number on first down advancing to the 47-yard line before Landon Miller could make the stop for the Lions. Tank Hollingsworth was brought down behind the line on second down by Hunter O'Mary and Mikey McCraw to setting up third down and 10-yards. Kennedy advanced around the left side of the line of scrimmage across mid-field to the Lion 44-yard line setting up another set of downs for the Cats before Corey Stewart could make the stop. One snap of the ball and the Wildcats were on the scoreboard with 9:48 remaining in the first quarter. Kennedy connected with Jake Smith who raced down the right side lines untouched for the end zone. On the PAT attempt, Tank Hollingsworth rushed into the end zone giving the Wildcats an early 8-0 lead.

Tank Hollingsworth's ensuing kick was fielded at the 16-yard line by Dillon Tucker raced down field behind blockers to the Wildcat 48-yard line for what appeared to be excellent field position for the Lions, however a penalty against the Cats for facemask at the end of the play advanced the Lions closer to the Berry Wildcats red-zone. Jake McCollum lined his offensive front up at the Wildcat 33-yard line and handed the ball off to Dylan Dillard who rushed for a 3-yard gain with Wesley Watkins and Clancy Brown there for the stop. Aaron Dillard advanced to ball around the right side of the line of scrimmage moving the ball deep in the Wildcat red zone to the 4-yard line before Clancy Brown could make the saving tackle. Aaron Dillard took the hand-off again and rushed to the right but Justin Madison was on the spot for the stop setting up second down and goal. Mikey McCraw lined-up in the backfield and took the hand-off from Jake McCollum and rushed up the middle knocking back defenders for the Lions first touchdown on the evening. Aaron Dillards kick sailed perfectly thru the uprights and the Lions side of the scoreboard light up with 8:50 remaining in the first quarter of play the score stood 8-7 in favor of the Wildcats.

Tank Hollingsworth lined up deep to receive the ensuing kick but the kick was booted to J. D. Caine who signaled for a fair catch at the 43-yard line. Jake Kennedy returned his offensive front to the line and with the snap of the ball Tank Hollingsworth was brought down in the backfield for a 3-yard loss by Mikey McCraw and Dylan Dillard. Jake Kennedy on a keeper made up for the lost yardage advancing around the left side lines to the Wilcats 46-yard line where Dillon Tucker made the tackle. Facing third down and 7-yards, Jake Smith wasted little time finding the end zone after taking the ball on a reverse untouched for the score. On the PAT attempt, Aaron Dillard jumped up and knocked the ball to the ground to on a passing attempt for the two point conversion leaving the score at 14-7. Clock difficulties resulted in official game time being kept on the field by the officals.

Dillon Tucker once again received the kick from Tank Hollingsworth, this time at the 15-yard line, advancing to the Lion 36-yard line where Luke Sanford and Luke Amerson made the stop. First down brought Dylan Dillard with the carry advacing to the 41-yard line before Skyler Deavours and a host of determined Wildcats made the stop. On second down, Aaron Dillard advanced up the middle where he was met by J. T. Thomas for the stop after a 4-yard gain. Facing third down and 1-yard, Dillon Tucker got the call to advance the ball rushing over right guard to the Wildcats 49-yard line before Shane Elkins made the tackle. With a new set of downs, McCollum handed the ball off to Aaron Dillard who rushed around the right side of the line of scrimmage racing his way down field untouched into the end zone. Following the score he kicked the extra point straight down the center of the uprights to bring the game to a tie.

On the ensuing kick Jake Smith received the ball at the 36-yard line where he signaled for a fair catch to set up Jacob Kennedy and the Wildcat offense. Tank Hollingsworth took the hand-off on first down and scampered around the right side lines where he was forced out of bounds by Colby Ellis to set-up second down and 3-yards at the 43-yard line. On second down, Tank Hollingsworth got the call to carry again advancing around the left side with the ball coming loose but Jake Smith was on the spot to recover the ball for Berry at the Lion 32-yard line. Jacob Kennedy on a keeper, advanced the ball down inside the Lions red zone setting up first down at the 17-yard line. Hollingsworth took the hand-off and advanced up the middle fighting his way into the end zone for the score. Jacob Kennedy on a rush around the end advanced the score higher on the PAT putting the score at 22-14 in favor of the Wildcats.

Wesley Watkins kick sailed high and was fielded at the 19-yard line by Aaron Dillard who advanced to the Lion 39-yard line where he was met by a host of Wildcats for the stop. First down brought Dylan Dillard over right guard where Wesley Watkins and Justin Madison made the stop after an 8-yard gain. Dillon Tucker advanced across mid-field to the Berry 49-yard line setting up another set of downs for Hubbertville before Justin Madison could make the stop. Dylan Dillard rushed around the left side of the line where he was stopped by J. T. Thomas after a 2-yard gain. Facing second down and 8-yards, Dillon Tucker took the hand-off and rushed over the left side of the line of scrimmage gaining additional yardage. Following the stop by a host a Wildcat defenders, the Lions picked up additional yardage for a face mask penalty setting up first down at the Berry 37-yard line. Dylan Dillard advanced up the middle but J. T. Thomas and a host of defenders were there to make the stop after a 3-yard gain. On second down, Aaron Dillard took the ball over the right guard with Seth Elkins and Skyler Deavours on the stop as the first quarter came to a close.

Facing third down and 2-yards at the 29-yard line, Jake McCollum called upon Aaron Dillard to carry the ball again with Dillard fighting off would be tacklers breaking his was down to the Berry 20-yard line. First down brought Dylan Dillard with the rush around the left side where he was met by Wesley Watkins and J. T. Thomas for the stop after a 6-yard gain. On second down, Aaron Dillard would fight his way across the goal line bouncing off would be tacklers Shane Elkins and Skyler Deavours hitting pay dirt for his second touch down of the night. The Wildcats would use a time-out on the PAT attempt, but Aaron Dillards kick was perfect to leave the score standing at 22-21 with the Wildcats holding their lead.

Aaron Dillard lined up to kick the ensuing kick with the ball sailing out of bounds at the Wildcats 47-yard line. First down brought Tank Hollingsworth on the reverse but Aaron Dillard was on the spot to make the tackle for no gain. Second down brought Jacob Kennedy full speed up the middle racing to the Lion 41-yard line where Mikey McCraw made the saving stop for Hubbertville. With a new set of downs and the scoreboard clock back in order, Jacob Kennedy switched to the passing attack attempting to connect deep down field with Jake Smith but Corey Stewart was on cover for the Lions and the pass fell incomplete. Reverting back to the ground attack, Jacob Kennedy rushed around the right side where Jake McCollum made the stop for the Lions at the 19-yard line. Setting inside the Lion red zone, Jacob Kennedy handed the ball off to Tank Hollingsworth who raced around the left side lines untouched into the end zone bringing the Wildcat fans to the feet. On the two point conversion, Jake Smith took the ball to the end zone on a reverse play setting the Wildcats on top 30-21 with 9:16 remaining in the first half of play.

Tank Hollingsworth booted the ensuing kick deep down field to the 14-yard line where Dillon Tucker made a juggling reception managing to control the ball and rush up field to the Lion 26-yard line where Wesley Watkins and Luke Sanford made the stop. On first down, Aaron Dillard took the ball over the right side where Skyler Deavours and Jake Smith made the tackle at the 28-yard line. Jake McCollum attempted to connect with Mikey McCraw on a pass at the line of scrimmage on second down but the ball fell incomplete setting up third down and 8-yards. Clancy Brown made his presences known on the field on third down bursting his way across the line and bringing Jake McCollum to the ground for the sack. Following the play the Lions were penalized for holding moving the ball back deeper in Wildcat territory and setting up fourth down at the Lion 17-yard line. Hunter O'Mary was called on to punt the ball away with Seth Elkins receiving the ball at the Hubbertville 44-yard line to set up the Wildcat offensive front.

On first down Tank Hollingsworth got the call to carry the ball advancing up the middle for a four yard gain before Landon Miller could make the stop. Second down brought Jacob Kennedy up the middle where Hunter O'Mary and Mikey McCraw made the saving stop at the 15-yard line to keep Jacob Kennedy out of the end zone. With a new set of downs, Tank Hollingsworth returned as the ball carrier and scampered over the left line of scrimmage for a 2-yard gain with Aaron Dillard and Dillard Tucker making the stop for the Lions. On second down, Jacob Kennedy pitched the ball out to Tank Hollingsworth who raced down the right side lines into the end zone for his fourth touchdown of the evening. On the PAT attempt, Jacob Kennedy's pass to Devan Tyree fell incomplete to leave the Wildcats with a 36-21 lead over their arch rival Lions with 6:09 remaining before the half-time break.

Dylan Dillard fielded the ensuing kick by Tank Hollingsworth at the 10-yard line advancing out to the 25-yard line where he was brought down by a host of Wildcat defenders. On first down Dylan Dillard rushed over the right side of the line where Clancy Brown made the stop, setting up second down and 5-yards for the Lions. Aaron Dillard advanced up the middle cutting back around the right side for a 9-yard gain before Seth Elkins and Brett Smith could make the stop. With a new set of downs, Jake McCollum focused on the running attack and called upon Dylan Dillard to advance the ball. Dylan Dillards rushing attack moved the ball closer to mid-field after a 7-yard gain with Seth Elkins making the tackle at the Lion 47-yard line. Facing second down and 3-yards, Dillon Tucker advanced up the middle to the Wildcats 44-yard line where Clancy Brown and Wesley Watkins were there to make the stop for Berry. On first down, Aaron Dillard was met at the line of scrimmage for the stop by Skyler Deavours and a host of angry Wildcats. Second down brought Dylan Dillard down field behind the blocking of Aaron Dillard with Luke Sanford making the stop near the Wildcat 34-yard line. Following official measurement the Lions were facing third down and inches. Dillon Tucker took the hand-off and followed blockers over the left side of the line of scrimmage where Justin Madison made the tackle at the 31-yard line. Dylan Dillard was called up on to advance the ball on first down, moving the ball up the middle for a 9-yard gain. Second down brought Aaron Dillard for a 2-yard gain before Justin Madison and Seth Elkins could make the tackle. With a new set of downs in the Wildcat red zone, Jake McCollum called on Dylan Dillard to carry the ball with a rushing attack up the middle for 8-yards before being stopped by Bret Smith and Jacob Kennedy. With time ticking off the clock to end the first half the Lions went into clock management. Jake McCollum and the offense had 47.7 seconds to find the end zone. Facing second down and 2-yards, Dylan Dillard rushed up the middle and then cut back over the left side of the line of scrimmage where he was brought down by a host of determined Wildcats. With 25.2 seconds remaining, Dylan Dillard carried the ball up the middle again fighting his was close to the goal line where he was brought down at the 1-yard line. With 22.2 seconds remaining, Dillon Tucker fought his way untouched to the end zone bringing the Lions back to within nine points. Following the kick on the PAT attempt by Aaron Dillard the Lions had built momentum and cut the Wildcat lead to 36-28.

Aaron Dillard's kick was received at the 41-yard line by Zeb Taylor who signaled for a fair-catch. Jacob Kennedy connected with Tank Hollingsworth with a short pass near the line of scrimmage on first down with Hollingsworth racing his way down field to the Lion 33-yard line where Mikey McCraw and Aaron Dillard made the saving stop. With only 12.3 seconds showing on the clock, Jacob Kennedy called his own number and scampered down field avoiding tacklers racing toward the end zone but David Aldridge, Jacob McCollum and Dylan Dillard made the desperate stop just short of the 5-yard line as time expired on the first half of play. The Wildcats maintained their lead 36-28.

Tank Hollingsworth opened up the second half of play by booting the ball out of bounds at the Lion 19-yard line. The Wildcats were penalized for illegal procedure placing the ball at the Lion 35 yard line to set up first down. Dylan Dillard took the hand-off and rushed around the left side where Luke Sanford made the tackle after an 8-yard gain. Dillon Tucker advanced up the middle where Wesley Watkins made the stop at the Lion 48-yard line. Sticking with Dillon Tucker on first down, the Lions moved the ball another 8-yards to set up second down and 2-yards at the Wildcat 45-yard line. Aaron Dillard took the hand-off advancing over right tackle to the Wildcat 39-yard line where J. T. Thomas brought him down for the stop. Dylan Dillard raced down field to the 24-yard line before Luke Sanford, Seth Elkins and a host of upset Wildcats could make the stop. Jake McCollum called his own number and pushed his way up the middle behind Taylor Oden and blockers for a 6-yard gain. Facing second down and 4-yards at the 17-yard line, Dylan Dillard took the hand-off and fought his way to the end zone breaking off would be tacklers for the score. Aaron Dillard's kick was perfect on the PAT attempt and with 8:30 remaining in the third quarter the score stood 36-35 in favor of the Wildcats.

An onsides kick by Landon Miller was recovered by Caleb Tucker giving Hubbertville the ball at the Berry 48-yard line. First down brought Dylan Dillard carrying the ball up the middle where he was met for the stop by Josh Pendley, Wesley Watkins, Seth Elkins and a host of other Wildcats after a 6-yard gain. Dylan Dillard continued his rushing duties on second down advancing for an additional 2-yard gain with Seth Elkins there for the stop. Facing third down and 2-yards at the 39-yard line, Jake McCollum called his own number and rushed around the right side lines where he was forced out of bounds by Clancy Brown and Seth Elkins but not before racing beyond the first down maker to give the Lions another set of downs at the 33-yard line. Calling his own number again, Jake McCollum rushed up the middle behind blockers reaching the 29-yard line before Josh Pendley and Justin Madison made the tackle. Facing second down and 5-yards, Dylan Dillard took the hand-off and advanced over the left side of the line of scrimmage gaining 9-yards, where Wesley Watkins made the stop. First down brought more of Dylan Dillard on the attack pushing ahead for an additional 5-yard gain for the Lions with Luke Amerson on the tackle for the Wildcats. Dillon Tucker then advanced the ball deeper into the Wildcat red zone after rushing over the right side near the 10-yard line with Levi Campbell on the stop. Facing third down and inches, Jake McCollum on a keeper advanced the ball straight up the middle to the 2-yard line for the first down. With the snap of the ball, the Lions were penalized for illegal procedure moving the ball back to the 7-yard line. Not to be discouraged with the penalty, Dylan Dillard took the hand-off and rushed over the left side fighting off would be tacklers making his way into the end zone for his second touchdown of the evening. Aaron Dillard's kick on the PAT attempt was right down the middle and the Lions took their first lead of the night, 42-36 with 3:12 remaining in the third quarter of play.

Devan Tyree made a clear signal for a fair catch at the 48-yard line on the ensuing kick from Aaron Dillard and the Wildcats went to work determined to quickly regain their lead. Tank Hollingsworth fought his way up the middle on first down for a 9-yard gain before Landon Miller could make the stop. Facing second down and 1-yard at the Lion 43-yard line, Jacob Kennedy called his own number and raced his way down field breaking away from would be tacklers racing into the end zone. With very little time erased from the game clock the Wildcats were back on top. Kennedy continued his scoring and rushed into the end zone on the two point conversion regaining the Wildcat lead at 44-42.

Tank Hollingsworth sent the ensuing kick spiraling deep down field to Dillon Tucker who mishandled the ball near the 10-yard line but managed to recover and advance to the Lion 29-yard line. Aaron Dillard rushed up the middle for an 8-yard gain on first down and on second down Dylan Dillard fought his way up the middle before Wesley Watkins and Seth Elkins made the tackle at the Lion 41-yard line. With a new set of downs, Dylan Dillard continued the drive moving the ball across mid-field to the Wildcat 47-yard line before being tackled by Justin Madison and Luke Sanford. Dillon Tucker got the call to carry on first down and scampered around the left side of the line where Wesley Watkins made the saving stop as the third quarter of play came to an end.

Facing second down and 3-yards near the 40-yard line the Wildcats were penalized for jumping offside to move the ball to the Wildcat 36-yard line. The Lions returned the yardage before the snap with a penalty of their own for an illegal procedure. On first down just short of the 41-yard line, Dylan Dillard took the hand-off and raced around the right side lines to the 33-yard line where Jacob Kennedy made the tackle. Aaron Dillard took the ball deeper on second down rushing to the 28-yard line where he was brought down by a host of Wildcats to set up third down and 3-yards. Dillon Tucker then rushed where he was met at the line by a host of defenders but managed to push his way deeper with a second effort forcing a measurement by the officials. Following the measurement the Lions found themselves facing fourth down and inches near the Wildcat 26-yard line. Aaron Dillard took the pitch-out from Jake McCollum and fought his way down the right side to the 11-yard line keeping the drive alive and setting up first down for the Lions. Dillon Tucker rushed up the middle on first down where J. T. Thomas and a host of Wildcats made the stop. Facing second down and 6-yards at the 7-yard line, Aaron Dillard rushed over the right side of the line of scrimmage into the corner of the end zone to put the Lions back in the lead. Lining up to attempt the two point conversion on the PAT, the Lions were penalized for a delay of game moving the ball back to the 8-yard line. The Lions reverted to the kick attempt and Aaron Dillards kick sailed perfectly down the middle of the uprights to move the Lions up 49-44 with 8:48 remaining in the game.

The ensuing kick by Aaron Dillard was punched out of bounds giving the Wildcats possession at the 44-yard line following a penalty flag for illegal procedure. On first down, Tank Hollingsworth raced to the end zone for what appeared to be a quick six but a penalty flag for holding relinquished the score giving the Wildcats first down at their 37-yard line. First down brought Jacob Kennedy with the carry around the left side lines. Following the play the Lions found themselves marching off yardage after a penalty for face-mask moved the ball back into Lion territory at the 47-yard line. Tank Hollingsworth carried the ball up the middle to the 35-yard line to set-up another first down. Jacob Kennedy called his own number again and rushed around the right side of the line of scrimmage fumbling the ball away with Dylan Dillard on the spot to recover for the Lions. The Lions would take possession at their 30-yard line with Dylan Dillard advancing over the left side of the line of scrimmage on first down for a 4-yard gain. Second down brought Aaron Dillard with the carry moving the ball across mid-field to the Lion 48-yard line for the first down. Aaron Dillard took the hand-off from Jake McCollum again on first down and rushed around the right side before cutting back across the middle of the field to the Wildcat 44-yard line where Justin Madison and Johnathan Hosmer made the saving stop. Dylan Dillard advanced up the middle for a 6-yard gain before being tackled by a host of defenders at the 39-yard line. Second down brought more of Aaron Dillard with the rushing attack racing down to the 29-yard line where Seth Elkins brought him down. On first down, Dylan Dillard raced over right tackle for the gain before tripping up after a 3-yard gain. Second down brought Dillon Tucker up the middle of the line racing for another first down before being tackled by Wesley Watkins at the 17-yard line. Aaron Dillard then took the hand-off and advanced deeper into the Wildcat red zone advancing to the 14-yard line before Skyler Deavours could make the tackle. Facing second down and 7-yards, Dylan Dillard rushed over the left side of the line of scrimmage where he was met by Wesley Watkins to set up third down and 3-yards. Aaron Dillard got the call to advance the ball and pushed his way up the middle to the 9-yard line where Justin Madison and Wesley Watkins made the stop to set up fourth down and 2-yards. With 1:46 showing on the clock the Lions called time out. Following the time out the Lions returned to the line of scrimmage attempting to pull the Wildcats off sides but the Wildcats held their ground forcing the Lions to use another time out. Regaining focus after the time out, Jake McCollum called on Aaron Dillard who took the hand-off on the sweep where he was met for the stop by Justin Madison and a host of determined Wildcats. Following official time out for measurement the Lions were facing first down and goal near at the 6-yard line. Dylan Dillard remained as the ball carrier and rushed up the middle dragging would be tacklers with him into the end zone for his third touchdown of the night. Aaron Dillard's kick on the PAT attempt was off to the right and with 1:28 remaining in the game the Lions lead had built to 55-44.

The Lions lined up to kick the ball at the Wildcat 45-yard line following an un-sportsman-like penalty against the Wildcats head coach Danny Raines. The Wildcats were penalized again for off-sides on the kick, forcing a re-kick from the Wildcats 40-yard line. Aaron Dillard's kick was fielded at the 10-yard line by Blake Tyree who signaled for a fair catch to set the Wildcat offense up with long field yardage and 1:25 remaining on the game clock. On first down Tank Hollingsworth took the ball around the right side lines to the Wildcats 38-yard line where Dylan Dillard made the saving tackle. Wade Tidwell made the stop on Jacob Kennedy who advanced the ball to the Lion 46-yard line with .60 seconds remaining giving the Wildcats a first down. With time ticking off the clock, Jacob Kennedy went to the passing attack attempting to connect with Jake Smith deep but Hunter O'Mary was on coverage for the Lions with the ball falling incomplete and 58.3 seconds remaining. On second down, Jacob Kennedy thru the ball deep connecting with Seth Elkins who rushed his way out of bounds at the Lion 20-yard line. With 49 seconds remaining the Wildcats were deep in Lion territory with a new set of downs. On first down, Tank Hollingsworth got the call to carry the ball advancing to the 14-yard line where Mikey McCraw and Colby Ellis made the saving stop. With 43.1 seconds remaining, Jacob Kennedy connected in the corner of the end zone with Blake Tyree for another Wildcat touchdown. Tank Hollingsworth rushed his way into the end zone on the two point conversion and with 37.0 seconds remaining in the game the Wildcats hadn't given up the fight.

Seth Elkins attempted an on-sides kick but although the ball was bobbled the Lions managed to recover the ball at their 40-yard line with 34.2 seconds remaining. On first down the Lions were penalized for illegal procedure setting up first down and 15-yards. Jake McCollum would take a knee, but the Wildcats burst through the line of scrimmage knocking him backwards to draw another un-sportsman-like penalty. With with 28.7 seconds remaining and second down, Jake McCollum once again allowed the clock to run down taking the snap and a knee. The Wildcats called time-out in an effort to save clock but with 24.3 seconds remaining Jake McCollum would take the final snap of the game and go down behind the line of scrimmage with 4.9 seconds remaining in the game. The Lions were penalized for un-sportsman-like conduct following side line players rushing onto the field. Facing fourth down and 4.9 seconds remaining the Lions lined up and allowed time to expire before snapping the ball again.

Comments from Coach Harris: "Honestly I think this is the hardest our guys have played the game all year long. On offense we played just great all throughout game. We haven't played that well in any of our games thus far this season. Berry has talent and their running backs are proven. They are know for quick scoring but I was proud of our guys for stepping up and showing that they could score quick as well. The offensive line did a great job tonight as well. On defense we gave up a lot of yardage but we managed to make two big plays on defense that made a huge difference in the outcome of this game. Those turn-overs were the difference.... the fumble recovery and the on-sides kick. I told the guys prior to the game that turn-overs and big plays would be the difference and would win the game. We made those big plays, got the turn-overs and won the game. I'm proud of the team and the effort with which we won the game."

 
 

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