Gadsden City visits Hewitt-Trussville

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 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. 

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