2023 Football Season Scores

This page will update with Marion County schools' football scores throughout the 2023 football season.

Brilliant High School:
8/25/2023, vs. Waterloo, 64-0, W
9/1/2023, vs. Pickens County, 6 -34, L
9/8/2023, at Marion County, 12-44, L
9/22/2023, vs. Sumiton Christian (Homecoming)
9/29/2023, at Phillips
10/6/2023, vs. Hubbertville
10/13/2023, at Lynn
10/20/2023, at Holy Spirit Catholic
10/27/2023, vs. Berry
11/3/2023, at South Lamar

Car stolen after home invasion

Four suspects tried to leave the scene of a home invasion and robbery in this vehicle but crashed it instead. They then returned to the invasion scene and stole the victim’s vehicle for a getaway.

HAMILTON — A Hamilton resident was the victim of a home invasion last week on Tuesday, June 13, at his home on Bexar Gin Road.
According to Marion County Sheriff Kevin Williams, the invasion took place at approximately 9:35 p.m. and involved a white female, Lauren Nicole Brown of Blount County, and three unidentified black males, believed to be from Birmingham.
Williams stated the victim and Brown had been in contact for a few weeks before the crime took place after meeting each other through a dating app.

Water authority receives $2.5 million grant

Water upgrades are possible with a $2.5 million grant the Marion County Public Water Authority received.

HAMILTON — The Marion County Public Water Authority was announced on May 31, as the recipient of a $2.5 million grant from Senator Tommy Tuberville’s office to go toward upgrading drinking water infrastructure.
Tuberville started as a senator in 2021, but opted not to participate in the earmark process, which gives congressmen access to funds they can use for projects like this after he voiced concerns over past abuse.

Youth fishing contest brings out 58 kids Saturday

HAMILTON — Kids surrounded the Marion County Lake this past Saturday, June 10, to enjoy the Hamilton Bassmasters’ 39th annual youth fishing contest. The registered number of kids was 58.
Kids enjoyed free hotdogs and chips during the weigh-in at 11 a.m. where nine winners were selected in three different categories. They also received free t-shirts and tackleboxes.
In the 5-7 age category, Andrew Beasley won first place with 4.63 pounds of fish, Dawson Colburn was second with 3.97 pounds and Jayden Hileman was third with 3.62 pounds.