Brilliant powers their way past Meek 30-6

Pictured above Tommy Daniel (10) goes up to bat down a pass by BHS quarterback Timmy Bryant.

BRILLIANT - Rushing for over 200 yards, the Brilliant Tigers racked up over 400 yards of total offense as they powered their way past Meek High School 30-6 for their first region win of the season.
The hosting Brilliant Tigers built a 22-6 lead in the first half and cruised to the win over the final two quarters using their traditional ground-and-pound style offensive tactic.

Phillips wins tri-match with Meek, Hackleburg

Gracie Hallman sets the ball for the Phillips She Bears.

BEAR CREEK - The Phillips She  Bears were on task Thursday, Sept. 26, winning matches over Meek and Hackleburg in straight sets at home.
PHS and Hackleburg played first, with the She Bears winning 25-8, 25-13 and 25-15.
Meek and Hackleburg were next on the court, with the MHS Lady Tigers winning in two straight, 25-16, 25-15.
Phillips and Meek ended the night, with PHS leading the score board 25-16, 25-14.
Stats for the She Bears in the Meek game were:
Gracie Hallman, 5 kills, 7 assists, 7 digs, 1 block;
Mary Ashton Hyde, 4 kills, 2 assists, 4 digs;

More penalties than points for Meek

Bryson Hudson is sure-handed on this pass completion.

SUMITON - With his hands in the air, eyes skyward, Meek’s Coach David Norwood shouted, “It’s a miracle,” while Meek played Sumiton Christian Friday, Sept. 27. He was referring to a play Meek got through without getting the penalty flag thrown at them, a rarity Friday night. The Tigers ultimately lost 28-6.

Berry upsets Meek’s homecoming 36-30

A pass thrown to Berry’s Colton Abernathy is intercepted by Meek’s Stuart Waldrep in the third quarter.

ARLEY - The Meek Tigers had been preparing all week to face the Berry Wildcats Friday, Sept. 20, for homecoming. Even though it was a close game, Berry handed Meek the defeat 36-30.
Homecoming was held before the game started. Madison Smith, Class of 2023 and daughter of Shawn Smith and Amy Perdock, was crowned junior princess and was escorted by her father. Her flower girl was Maddie Robison, daughter of Blake and Hollie Robison. Smith was crowned by last year’s recipient, Belle Cleghorn.

Meek loses to Hubbertville 48-24

By Allen Dunavant
HUBBERTVILLE -Hubbertville welcomed the Meek Tigers to Wiley Hollingsworth Stadium on Friday night, with hopes of bouncing back from last week’s loss.
The Lions wasted little time, being  first on the scoreboard with 8:29 remaining in the opening quarter.
The Lions were  successful with a touchdown and PAT in their next series and they were up 14-0.

Stallions stampede Meek 62-0

Trinton Ory tries to find space on his carry for the Meek Tigers.

ARLEY  - The Meek Tigers were no match for the quickness of the South Lamar Stallions, which rode their way to a 62-0 shutout of the Tigers at beautiful Tiger stadium Friday night, Sept. 6.
Meek Head Coach David Norwood commended South Lamar on having a good football team. “They have a lot of speed,” Norwood said. “I’ll watch the film tomorrow, and we’ll make corrections.”
Turnovers were not in the Tigers’ favor.  “The turnover early certainly didn’t help any,” Norwood stated. “That was the first play of the ball game, the first play from scrimmage.”

Meek takes 3 out of 5 sets over Winston County

Abby Phillips puts over a kill for the Meek Lady Tigers, with BreAnna Wakefield (34) and Ella Moore (22) on the block attempt.

ARLEY - The Meek Lady Tigers took the match  in five sets Thursday, Sept. 5, over the Winston County Lady Yellow Jackets.
Meek won the first set 25-15, with WCHS taking the second 29-27. Meek returned the victory in the third set 25-16 and Winston County won the fourth 25-22. It came down to the final fifth set, with Meek winning 15-7.
Stats for the Lady Tigers include: Abby Phillips, 14 kills, 13 digs, 5 aces, 3 blocks;
Madison Smith, 10 kills, 6 blocks;
Hannah Taylor, 9 kills, 8 digs, 3 aces, 1 block;
Sunnie Manning, 6 kills; 12 digs;

WCHS wins number two over Meek, 38-18

A pass thrown to Byrson Hudson is intercepted by Yellow Jacket Austin Owens.

DOUBLE SPRINGS - What a difference a year makes.
After losing in the last second to Meek last year, the Winston County Yellow Jackets took the victory over the Tigers Friday, Aug. 30, at Malcolm Blake Stadium in a hard-fought county battle.
Before the game started, the Jacket Club - a new program at Double Springs Elementary School - was introduced on the field. Members get to attend home games for free, attend pep rallies and will get a meal with the players at some future point.

Cold Springs shuts out Meek in season opener

Matthew Clark faces a host of Cold Springs defenders on his carry.

ARLEY   - The Eagles had Tigers for prey in the season opener of the Meek Tigers and Cold Springs Eagles which shut out the home team 25-0 in their season opener on Thursday, Aug. 22, at beautiful Tiger Stadium.
The home team had a strong first quarter, dominating control of the ball and making bigger plays, but penalties and other mistakes kept them in negative yardage, as the Eagles took opportunity.
“Just drive killers,” Tiger Head Coach David Norwood stated after the game. “Penalty here, bad snap there, throwing an interception, drive killers.”

WCSHoF Meek school inductees

HALEYVILLE - The annual Winston County Sports Hall of Fame will be held Saturday, July 20, at the Haleyville Elementary School cafetorium. Tickets will be $20 for the steak dinner and may be purchased at the branches of Traders and Farmers Bank or at the door.
Tony Giles, the “Voice of the Crimson Tide” at Bryant-Denny Stadium and Coleman Coliseum, will be the master of ceremonies. The keynote speaker will be Tyler Watts, former Alabama quarterback.
The following are the inductees from Meek High School: