CULLMAN COUNTY – There was a packed slate of critical youth football games in Cullman County this weekend as several teams’ postseason hopes were on the line. All 10 teams were in action but not all of the age groups suited up. The action started at 4 p.m. Saturday with the Fireplug teams.
Cold Springs Eagles vs. West Point Warriors
Fireplug: The West Point Warriors captured a win in this matchup 28-22 in a tight game that was competitive for four quarters.
Wee Wee: The next group of Warriors had a little less trouble with the Cold Springs Eagles, running away with a 34-14 victory thanks to an impressive performance on both sides of the ball.
Good Hope Raiders vs. Cullman Cyclones
Fireplug: The Raiders pitched a shutout in this one 26-0. The Cyclones couldn’t get anything going on offense and the Raiders took advantage with some big plays of their own.
Wee Wee: It was a different story in this contest as the Cyclones routed the Raiders 34-0 thanks to some explosive plays on offense and a stingy defensive performance.
Pee Wee: The Cyclones bounced back in the final game with a 28-0 shutout behind a strong defensive showing of their own.
Holly Pond Broncos vs. Good Hope Outlaws
Fireplug: The Outlaws dominated the youngest matchup with a 46-6 blowout of the Broncos full of explosive plays and a strong showing defensively.
Wee Wee: The older group of Outlaws followed the Fireplugs with a win of their own in a tight defensive contest 12-0.
Vinemont Eagles vs. Cullman Bearcats
Fireplug: The Bearcats were in control for the first game of this matchup running away with a 28-6 win.
Wee Wee: The Eagles bounced back with an impressive shutout 18-0 where the Vinemont defense really got a chance to shine.
Pee Wee: The Bearcats took the last game of the night 14-0 behind an effective passing game and a strong showing on defense.
Fairview Aggies vs. Hanceville Bulldogs
Fireplug: The youngest Aggies got the day started with a 14-6 win over the Bulldogs thanks in large part to a good day on the defensive side of the ball.
Wee Wee: The Aggies put on a show in a 50-0 blowout of the Bulldogs featuring explosive running plays and a shutout from the defense.
Pee Wee: The oldest group for Fairview completed the sweep for Fairview in a close game with Hanceville that went down to the wire 24-22.
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