YOUTH FOOTBALL: Week 7 scoring roundup

Sammy Confer for The Cullman Tribune

The Holly Pond fireplug squad takes the field Saturday. (Sammy Confer for The Cullman Tribune)

CULLMAN – Week seven of Cullman County youth football is done, and the teams are looking toward the playoffs as we head into the final weeks of the regular season. Here’s how week seven shaped up.

Good Hope Outlaws 34 (6-1), Cold Springs 0 (2-5) (Fireplug)

Good Hope started the series with a shutout of Cold Springs in the fireplug game.

Good Hope Outlaws 16 (6-1), Cold Springs 8 (4-3) (Wee-Wee)

The Outlaws’ Wee-Wee squad improved to 6-1 after a close victory over the Eagles.

Good Hope Outlaws 34 (3-4), Cold Springs 0 (0-7) (Pee-Wee)

The Outlaws finished off their series sweep of the Eagles in dominating fashion.


Good Hope Raiders 32 (6-1), West Point 6 (4-3) (Fireplug)

The Raiders started their series strong, dominating West Point on both sides of the ball.

West Point 20 (4-3), Good Hope Raiders 6 (2-5) (Wee-Wee)

A late Warrior touchdown with less than a minute to go in the game helped them seal their victory over the Raiders.

Good Hope Raiders 14 (6-1), West Point 6 (6-1) (Pee-Wee)

Good Hope jumped out to a quick 14-0 lead at the half over West Point thanks to a rushing touchdown by Landon Bagwell and a touchdown pass from Ayden Black to Bagwell. West Point, behind a long touchdown run by Joshua Shannon to start out the second half, cut it to 14-6.


Vinemont 14 (6-1), Hanceville 0 (1-6) (Fireplug)

The Eagles shut out the Bulldogs in their first game of the series.

Vinemont 22 (4-3), Hanceville 0 (1-6) (Wee-Wee)

The Eagles’ Wee-Wee squad followed that shutout with one of its own.

Vinemont 24 (4-3), Hanceville 0 (Pee-Wee)

Vinemont finished off its series sweep of the Bulldogs in a shutout.


Cullman Bearcats 34 (3-4), Cullman Cyclones 0 (0-7) (Fireplug)

The Bearcats shut out the Cyclones to begin the series.

Cullman Cyclones 36 (7-0), Cullman Bearcats 0 (4-3) (Wee-Wee)

The Cyclones returned the favor in their Wee-Wee matchup against the Bearcats.

Cullman Bearcats 28 (6-1), Cullman Cyclones 0 (4-3) (Pee-Wee)

The Bearcats finished the series 2-1 after their shutout victory over the Cyclones.


Holly Pond 22 (6-1), Fairview 0 (1-6) (Fireplug)

Behind two touchdowns by Hunter Tolbert, a touchdown by Grayson Baggett and a strong defensive effort, the Broncos picked up win no. 6 on the season.

Fairview 34 (3-4), Holly Pond 8 (0-7) (Wee-Wee)

The Aggies won in dominating fashion over the Broncos in the Wee-Wee matchup.

Holly Pond 28 (4-3), Fairview 6 (1-6) (Pee-Wee)

Holly Pond won the series 2-1 for the day after defeating Fairview.


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