The longstanding rivalry between the Parkview Panthers and the Brookwood Broncos is set to ignite the gridiron once again as these two powerhouse teams clash in the highly anticipated Battle of Five Forks-Trickum. With a history dating back to 1981, this matchup has become a storied tradition that has captured the hearts of football fans across the nation. As part of the 20th season of the Great American Rivalry Series, this game holds even greater significance for both teams. 

Brookwood Community Stadium will serve as the battleground for this epic showdown, and it’s sure to be a spectacle like no other. The Panthers and Broncos, two fierce competitors separated by just seven miles, will leave everything on the field in pursuit of glory. The all-time series currently favors Brookwood, who holds a 25-16 lead over Parkview. However, the Panthers are hungry for redemption after falling short in their previous encounter, a thrilling 41-33 victory for the Broncos. 

“We are thrilled to showcase the Battle of Five Forks-Trickum as part of the 20th season of the Great American Rivalry Series,” said Rick Ford, founder and CEO of the series. “This rivalry embodies the essence of high school football, bringing communities together and fostering unforgettable moments on the field.” 

As the game approaches, anticipation is building, and fans from both schools are ready to witness an unforgettable clash between these two football powerhouses. With a crowd size expected to reach 6,000, the atmosphere will be electric, with passionate fans donning the colors of their beloved teams and cheering their hearts out. 

Friday night lights will shine brightly as the Parkview Panthers and the Brookwood Broncos take center stage, showcasing their skills, determination, and love for the game. Who will emerge victorious in this intense battle? Only time will tell, but one thing is certain: this game will leave a lasting imprint on the rich tapestry of high school football. 

We Know Friday Nights. 


Jalen Jenkins


John Daniel Smith


John Daniel is a extremely well rounded and accomplished in a number of disciplines at Brookwood. John Daniel has the highest GPA on the team and is currently taken six AP classes . He also excels as a tuba player as a member of the Brookwood Symphonic Winds. John Daniel is a leader with the Fellowship of Christian Athlete and plans to play football and study mechanical engineer at Berry College.
Chris Chambliss


Christian is a amazing athlete and student for the Parkview Eagles. Christian has been accepted into the Doctorate Program of Physical Therapy at Wingate University, Christian has been offered a scholarship to play football at Oberlin College. Christian currently hold a 4.0 GPA.


On this beautiful October night in Snellville, GA, the Brookwood Broncos took on the Parkview Panthers. The Panthers were the first to get on the board with a .5 yard touchdown in the first minutes of the game. The Broncos tied up the game but minutes after Parkview’s #14 Jaiden Jenkins punches it in with the first quarter ending 14-7 with the Panthers in the lead. Brookwood fighting back hard with a field goal and a touchdown by #6 Ashton Defreitas just two minutes before the half. But, the Panthers could not slip away, another touchdown by #14 Jaiden Jenkins with Panthers leading 21-17 into the half. The second half of the game the Panthers came ready to fight. A close start to quarter three with offense and defense for both teams going strong. In the fourth, the Broncos started trailing behind as #14 Jenkins was on fire bringing the score to 34-24. Panthers were able to secure another 10 yard TD by #42 Ellis Appling. The Broncos put up a good fight but fell short with the final score 43-24 Parkview. It was a great night for football in Georgia, see you next year!