Panthers leave it late against Addison

Quarterback Blaise Vickery (#7) runs toward the end zone.

HACKLEBURG — The Hackleburg Panthers got a narrow win against Addison on Friday night at home.
The Panthers, who came in to the game with a 1-1 record on the season, were looking to give themselves a positive record.
The scoring started early in the game as Addison scored a 70-yard touchdown with just about a minute played in the first quarter.
The Panthers responded a few minutes later after a 14-yard touchdown from Jaquan Reeder.
The Panthers and Addison continued to score in the first quarter with the score reading 12-12 going into the second.
Hackleburg was able to begin to pull away in the second quarter of the game with a touchdown from Cam Ingram before the end of the half.
Quarterback Blaise Vickery scored a one-yard touchdown in third before Addison scored their own 47-yard touchdown run to make the scores 26-20 in favor of Hackleburg going into the last quarter.
Addison threatened Hackleburg’s lead with a 50-yard touchdown with 6:43 still on the clock, but Hackleburg climbed back into the driver’s seat with a five-yard touchdown from Gober with just 49.8 seconds left in the game.
The game ended 32-28 in favor of the home side, now bringing their record to 2-1 for the season.
Hackleburg will go up against Hubbertville at home in their next game on Friday, Sept 22.

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