The annual “Battle of Five Forks” between these two schools is always highly anticipated and, as usual, had playoff implications for both teams. The weather was a perfect 70 degree nights, and the stands were almost at capacity.


Jamaal Cole


Clayton Truitt


The recipient from Parkview is Clayton Truitt, son of Dennis and Katie Truitt. Clayton plays offensive/ defensive tackle and takes honors and gifted level classes.
Jonathan Brown


Brookwood’s scholarship winner is Jonathan Brown, son of Oliviere and Deborah Brown. John plays wide receiver and defensive back, and works just as hard in the classroom.


Jeremy Muyres


Jeremy was a stand-out and two-way star at Parkview High School, playing in the Parkview-Brookwood rivalry from 1995-1998. He was an unselfish player who just wanted to help the Parkview football team win. During his career at Parkview, he has a record 11 interceptions in one season. Coach Cecil Flowe accepted the award on Jeremy’s behalf.
Kenny Miles


Kenny played in this rivalry all his life and at the varsity level 2006-2007. In 2007, he carried the ball 30 times for 231 yards leading the way to a 28-3 Brookwood victory. Kenny went on to set records for rushing and established himself as the 8th most prolific running back in Georgia high school history with 2,544 yards on 273 carries, averaging 9.3 yards per carry, and 25 touchdowns.


Brookwood scored early in the first quarter and held a 7-0 lead through the fourth quarter. It was a game dominated by the running game and Parkview attempted a comeback after two retrieved fumbles. They went on the board with a field goal and the score rose to 7-3. However, Brookwood's offense helped run out the clock in and the fourth quarter and, after another Brookwood field goal, the Broncos won the game 10-3.