The Clay-Chalkville High School football team, known as the Cougars, has been making waves in the Alabama high school football scene. Based in Pinson, Alabama, the team has been showcasing their skills and teamwork on the field, leading to an impressive season.
A Winning Streak
The Cougars have had an exceptional season with an overall win percentage of 100%. They have won all their games, both home and away, with a total of 174 points for and only 24 points against. Their winning streak stands at 5 games.
The Cougars started their season strong with a 31-0 victory against Briarwood Christian. They continued their winning streak with a 17-3 win against Hueytown. Their third game against Pell City resulted in a resounding 46-7 victory.
One of the highlights of the season was their home game against Pinson Valley. The Cougars dominated the field with a 41-0 win. Their most recent victory was a 39-14 win against Center Point.
Texas family, my local high school, Clay Chalkville High will be playing on ESPN this evening. If you would like to get a glimpse of Alabama High football at one of the high levels, tune in. @CCHSfootbal pic.twitter.com/IhvONaEUz4— Dr. Jacqnaii A. Finkley (@jafinkley) September 28, 2023
The Cougars have some challenging games ahead. They will be playing against Thompson, Huffman, Oxford, and Shades Valley. These games will test the team’s skills and determination.
The team’s success can be attributed to the hard work and dedication of all its members. Some of the standout players include B. Cave Jr., who leads in receiving yards per game, and A. Osley Jr., who leads in rushing yards per game.
The coaching staff, led by Head Coach Drew Gilmer and Assistant Coaches Sean Watson, J. Helveston, Zack Hart, D. McCall, J. Burdette, and K. Dickerson, have been instrumental in guiding the team to their current success.
The Clay-Chalkville High School football team’s impressive performance this season is a testament to their hard work, dedication, and teamwork. As they gear up for their upcoming games, they carry with them the hopes and support of their school and community.