The Class 7A region 3 football season opener between the Hoover Bucs and the Mountain Brook Spartans proved to be a game of field goals.


C.J. Sturdivant


Joseph Timpa


Joseph is a participant of Freshman Faces and a 3rd year letterman of the Varsity football team. He is a member of the National Honor Society, The Spanish Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta. Joseph plans to attend the University of Alabama Birmingham to pursue a Health related degree.
McKee Brown

Mountain Brook

McKee is a two year letterman for varsity football and four year letterman for varsity wrestling. He was a state tournament participant in wrestling in 2014 & 2015. McKee is a member of the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta Honor Society and Latin Honor Society. McKee plans to attend Auburn University to pursue a degree in engineering.


The Hoover Defense saw a lot of action in this game, as demonstrated by the fact that the Spartan’s lone scoring possession covered just eight yards on three plays, ultimately ending in a 24-yard field goal. Mountain Brook only covered 102 total yards throughout the game even with the efforts of their key player, Harold Joiner. The Bucs offense gained over 400 yards throughout the game and, ultimately, beat Mountain Brook with a final score of 19-3.