The Northridge Jaguars (2-0) took care of business on 15th Street by defeating the Central Falcons (1-1) by a score of 35-16 on Saturday. The Friday matchup was move to Saturday at 10 a.m. after a vulgar viral video surfaced creating community concerns.
Now that region play is over, many teams across west Alabama are preparing for the first round of the playoffs. With that being said, the final week of the regular season stands in the way. From games that can determine a 10-0 perfect season to an intense cross-county rivalry, these games might not be regional, but they are still just as important.
In what started as a defensive battle full of fumbles, the Demopolis Tigers (3-0, 1-0) took down the Central Falcons 40-24. The Tigers had a rough half, losing three of their four fumbles. Demopolis coach Brian Seymore helped his team turn that around in the second half with four touchdowns, three of which were unanswered in the fourth quarter.