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2014 Hall of Fame: Kirk Alexander and PJ Katz

September 13, 2014

Kirk Alexander

Hall of Fame recipient Kirk Alexander of the Parkview Panthers

Hall of Fame recipient Kirk Alexander of the Parkview Panthers

The score of the 2000 game was 18-17.  We had to go for two after we scored because it was overtime and Brookwood had us beat on the penetration rule. Kirk Alexander caught the TD and the two point conversion that allowed us to beat Brookwood in overtime.

Aside from that game, some the best memories from the rivalry were when Nick Chonko caught the game-winning TD pass from Buster Faulkner in 1999 and when the Parkview defense had a goal line stand in 1995.  Growing up it was always our Super Bowl.

PJ Katz

Hall of Fame recipient PJ Katz of the Brookwood Broncos

Hall of Fame recipient PJ Katz of the Brookwood Broncos

PJ Katz played for the Broncos for two years in the rivalry series with Parkview in 2004 and 2005. But it was the 2005 game where he really got the opportunity to make his mark.  PJ caught a play-action pass from quarterback David Pittman and took it 80 yards for a key touchdown that sparked the Broncos to a big 35-14 win at Parkview and the beginning of a three year win streak in the series. The 2005 Broncos finished with a 14-1 record and were State 5-A runners up.

PJ went on to become a wide receiver at Valdosta where he played on their 2007 National Championship team. He is currently in his third year as a wide receivers coach for his Alma Mater at Brookwood.

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