Panthers win big in front of home crowd

Staff Writer

Hackleburg 62 Shoals Christian 12

HACKLEBURG - The Hackleburg Panthers won big at home on Friday against Shoals Christian. The scoring started early on in the first half as quarterback Blaise Vickery completed a 34-yard touchdown pass to Jaquan Reeder. The Panthers failed from their first extra-point attempt.
Vickery then completed a 28-yard touchdown pass to Josh Cooper, Vickery passed to Joe Carter for the 2 point conversion.
Shoals Christian responded just under a minute later when they completed a 75-yard touchdown reception from #42, the point attempt was blocked by Kaleb Dulaney.
Vickery completed a 37-yard touchdown pass to Daniel Cooper and Carson Swinney ran in the 2 point conversion.
Right at the death of the first quarter, Daniel Cooper returned a punt 57 yards for a touchdown, and Vickery passed to Carter for the two-point conversion.
Swinney started the second-quarter scoring with a 28-yard touchdown run followed by a failed two-point conversion. Seconds later, Vickery completed a 20-yard touchdown pass, Carter ran in the two-point conversion.
With just 2:30 left in the half, Shoals’ snap went over the head of their quarterback and they fell on it in the endzone for the safety.

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