Archived Story

Wildcats fall to Chilton County

Published 12:38am Saturday, September 15, 2012

The Shelby County High School Wildcats fell to Chilton County High School 39-0 during a Sept. 14 game in Chilton County.

CCHS coach Donnie Hand said he was proud his team was able to play hard Friday night for a 39-0 win over Shelby County, after playing hard in a 17-14 loss at Homewood last week.

“This shows them what they can do if they play for four quarters,” Hand said.

The win evens Chilton’s region record to 1-1 and improves its overall record to 2-1.

The Tigers built a 25-0 lead at halftime and substituted freely in the second half.

“It makes it a lot of fun,” Hand said of being able to give playing time to players who might not see a lot of it.

CCHS ran the football effectively even though Shelby lined up often in its goal line set.

Michael Seaton ran for three touchdowns, and Richard Hilliard had another, a 38-yard jaunt that included running over a SCHS defender.

Seaton also caught a touchdown pass from quarterback Chance Britnell, who also found Austin Rossi for two scores.

The Wildcats host region foe Briarwood Christian on Sept. 21.

Editor's Picks

Introducing your next best ‘fur-riend’

Dena is a 1-year-old shepherd mix with a sleek black coat and a heart the size of the moon. She is very excited when she ... Read more

Two great reasons to adopt a cat

Jynx is a 2-year-old tuxedo cat. She may look ready for a formal event, but this girl would rather hand out and play with her ... Read more

Paws and Gabby need homes

Paws is a short little lab mix with stumpy legs, a round belly, grey hairs on her muzzle and a heart the size of a ... Read more