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Regardless of how much the Gadsden City Bearcats have lost in the past, they are now a team to watch in the state of Alabama. They defeated Hewitt-Trussville in a 64-17 battle on Friday. They also lost their head coach, Matt Scott, in the process.

Matt Scott resigns as head coach

Several months after leading Gadsden City to the Class 7A state playoffs, head coach Matt Scott submitted his formal resignation last week. He compiled a 27-20 record in four seasons at the helm. He served as assistant coach at Spain Park and Cullman, and was the head coach at Hueytown for four years. He was named Class 7A Coach of the Year by Alabama High School Sports Writers.

He also has 25 years of experience in the public school system. He has coached at the high school, middle school, and junior high level. He earned an undergraduate degree from Athens State and a Master’s degree from Alabama. He also worked as a student assistant at Alabama and North Alabama.

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One of Scott’s most notable accomplishments was leading Gadsden City to two state semifinals in four years. This season, the Titans fell short in the state semifinals to Hoover, a school that went on to win the state championship. Despite the loss, the Titans made a strong case for the state playoffs. They won six straight games to qualify for the state tournament.

The Gadsden City Titans are headed to Hoover Met on Friday. The Gadsden Times will have all the latest news, stats, and scores. They have a website dedicated to the Gadsden City Titans that provides everything you need to know about the team, including class by class predictions.

The Gadsden City Titans made the most of their opportunities in the state playoffs and earned the respect of the coaching staff. The Gadsden City Times provides a class by class prediction for each team and the most impressive accomplishments. They also publish a list of the top players in the state and the top players in their classes.

Hewitt-Trussville High School beats Gadsden City 64-17

Earlier in the day, Hewitt-Trussville beat Gadsden City, 64-17, in a Class 7A, Region 3 matchup. The Huskies took a 33-0 lead into the half.

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In the second quarter, Peyton Floyd scored on an easy touchdown pass to Noah Wahl. Hewitt piled up 390 yards in the first half.

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The Bulldogs jumped to a 28-7 lead late in the first half, but Gadsden City scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to get back in the game. Parker led the all-time series by a couple of scores, but both teams have won five straight games.

In the third quarter, Hewitt’s offense scored on five of six drives. Peyton Floyd rushed for a seven-yard touchdown and a 1-yard TD run. Hewitt led 47-0 in the middle of the third quarter.

The defense was outstanding. Hewitt held Gadsden City to 153 yards of offense. DRE Kirkpatrick finished with 13 tackles. Jourdin Crawford had two sacks. Daylon Parks had 10 tackles with one TFL. Ariel Harris had a sack and an interception.

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The Bulldogs defense also provided strong coverage on the Hewitt offense. Jeremiah Beaman had 11 tackles. Parker DBs provided good run support. The defense gave up just 30 points so far.

Hewitt-Trussville is 3-2 overall. The Huskies are still in the Class 7A, Region 3 race. They will play Oak Mountain next week. A Class 7A, Region 3 matchup is a tough test for both teams.

Hewitt-Trussville has the best chance to win the region. They have a strong defense, led by Tennessee commit Ricky Gibson. They are coached by Zach Golson. Hewitt-Trussville remains in the same region as the last two seasons. The Huskies have won the last two games against Gadsden City.

Dre Kirkpatrick Jr. fumbles

During his senior season in high school, Dre Kirkpatrick had an outstanding year. He was named to the All-State 5A team and was honored with an honorable mention on the Times’ All-Etowah County team. He also was rated among the top 20 prospects in the April draft by 247Sports.

Kirkpatrick is a high-level playmaker in the defensive backfield. He can make plays on the sidelines or inside the red zone. In his last year, Kirkpatrick returned an interception for a touchdown.

In addition to playing defensive back, Kirkpatrick is a running back for the Gadsden City Titans. His team built a 51-game win streak last season. Despite losing to Hewitt-Trussville last week, Kirkpatrick finished with 13 tackles. He also had two sacks and a forced fumble.

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Kirkpatrick is a defensive back with an instinctual awareness. He plays with physicality and uses his hands to break up passes and get in front of opposing wide receivers. He uses bump and run coverage to lock down slot receivers.

Kirkpatrick played in 38 games with 25 starts. He finished his career with 91 tackles, a team-high three interceptions, a kick return touchdown, and a punt return touchdown. He also broke nine passes. He finished with a “Darrelle Revis” factor, as he shut down the sideline. He is one of the top returning players in the state.

Kirkpatrick was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2012 NFL Draft. He will have a chance to make some visits to Alabama, Tennessee, and Clemson this summer. He has also been invited to various college camps. He was also a part of Dre Saban’s defensive back camp.

Dre Kirkpatrick graduated from Gadsden City High School in September 2008. He played college football at the University of Alabama, where he was teammates with Jerrell Harris and Kendall Kelly. He was also a part of two national championship teams.

Hewitt-Trussville’s defense was near perfect in the first half

Despite the fact that Hoover’s offense looked impressive in last week’s 28-11 win over Hewitt-Trussville, the defense did its job in the first half. In the first quarter, Hewitt-Trussville allowed just one first down. Then, in the second quarter, the team’s defensive line forced two turnovers.

Hewitt-Trussville had two returning starters, but the team struggled to get momentum in the second half. They scored two touchdowns and allowed two more in the fourth quarter. The team’s defense was near perfect in the first half, holding Oak Mountain to 179 yards. But, it was not enough to overcome the team’s offensive weaknesses.

Hewitt-Trussville has scored 49 points per game this season. They enter this game with a 3-1 record and a 1-0 record in Class 7A, Region 3. They will play Pelham on Friday.

Hewitt-Trussville’s defense has been solid all season. They held Oak Mountain to 179 yards and a touchdown in the first half. They allowed only one first down in the first half, and held Oak Mountain to three receptions for just eight yards in the first half.

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Central-Phenix City has a solid defense as well, holding Hewitt-Trussville to only 27 yards in the first quarter. Then, in the second half, the Central defense got back on track, holding Hewitt-Trussville’s offense to only two field goals over three plus quarters. Then, in the third quarter, Central scored twice in 90 seconds to pull away.

The Gadsden City Titans have been playing with confidence this season. They beat Hewitt-Trussville in last week’s rivalry game. They also beat previously undefeated Oxford 24-7.

Gadsden City has won three of its last four games and has had a solid season. It’s a good matchup for the Titans.

Cullman Bearcats beat Gadsden City

Despite the fact that Cullman finished the regular season with a record of 7-4, the Bearcats were unable to secure a spot in the 6A playoffs, and will have to settle for an unceremonious playoff exit. Although, the Bearcats have shown they are capable of turning it around after four straight losing seasons.

The Bearcats may have scored the first touchdown of the game, but the Titans responded with a slew of long gains, including a 22-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Skinner to Nate Zills. The Titans also got a taste of the opposing team’s big boy pants after a brief splurge in the second quarter. A few minutes later, the Titans scored on the short side. The aforementioned aforementioned is one of the best stories to come out of the resurgent Titans’ locker room.

In the end, the Titans squeaked by in a 41-24 decision, courtesy of a few long gains, a pair of interceptions and a slew of big plays. The Bearcats will be hungry for a postseason berth in 2023. Despite the win, the Titans still have a lot to prove. As such, they’ll likely have to put up with some stiff competition from the likes of Pike Road and Homewood, teams that haven’t beaten Cullman in nearly two years. Nevertheless, the Bearcats have been a competitive team all season long, and will certainly be looking to make a statement during the playoffs. As for the future, Cullman will have to continue to improve its play on both sides of the ball to be a contender in 2023. A couple of wins and a couple of losses should do it. The Bearcats have the program in good hands for the future.

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