Gadsden City visits Hewitt-Trussville

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedIn

 Gadsden City (5-4, 5-2) at Hewitt-Trussville (4-5, 4-3)

Last week’s results: Gadsden City 42, Huntsville 41 (OT); Hewitt-Trussville 59, Huffman 22

2012 result: Gadsden City 27, Hewitt-Trussville 21

Series record: Tied at 4-4

By Gene Stanley/Sports Correspondent

In a clash of playoff-bound teams that were region rivals until the latest reclassification, Gadsden City and Hewitt-Trussville both hope to go into the postseason on a winning note.

The Titans are trying to end their season on a four-game winning streak while the Huskies are attempting to end theirs with three victories in a row.

As the region’s third playoff seed, GCHS travels to Bessemer City on Nov. 8 for a first round game. 

Last week against Huntsville, Ahmad Deramus rushed for 170 yards on 17 carries, scored a touchdown on the ground and completed 18-of-23 passes for 124 yards with two more scores.

Editor’s note: Repeated attempts to contact GCHS head football coach Matt Scott were unsuccessful. 

Latest News

Local veteran celebrates 99th birthday
Ford announces candidacy for Mayor of Gadsden 
Airport runway expansion announced
United Way Day of Action a success
Record turnout expected for Gadsden High reunions

Latest Sports News

Casting on the Coosa - Fairy wands, frog jigs and turkey calls
Etowah well represented on All-Messenger baseball team
Local thrower steps up on national stage
Casting on the Coosa - No injured reserved list for The Surgeon
Ashville's Drinkard, Westbrook's Henry highlight All-Messenger track and field teams