With players who have known each other for years due to the less than 7 mile distance between both schools, the rivalry between the Parkview High School Panthers and the Brookwood High School Broncos is a highly anticipated one. With several future DI recruits on both sides of the field heading to big name universities like Auburn and Georgia Tech, look for a fierce competition that, like their 2016 matchup, will likely come down to the grit to get to the last drive of the game.
As a member of the Brookwood varsity football team, Dylan was selected two times as special team player of the week. Dylan is also a member of the Brookwood soccer team. The National Latin Honor Society and the Beta club are a few clubs Dylan take part in here at Brookwood. Dylan is currently holding a 3.98 GPA and has plans to attend UGA to major in exercise science.
Malik is a four year starter on the Parkview Football team. Malik has been named first team All-County for his play at defensive back and wide receiver. Malik is currently holding a 3.8 GPA and has numerous college scholarship offers and plans to attend college.
Stephon took part in the Parkview / Brookwood rivalry in all four of his years on the Brookwood varsity football team. From 1998-2001 Stephon played offensive tackle for the Broncos and earned a scholarship to play at the University of Maryland. After his NFL career with the Oakland Raiders and the Washington Redskins, Stephon now lives in Washington D.C and is employed with Kramer Consultant as a Construction Manager.
Jack led Parkview to victories against Brookwood his junior and senior years as the Panthers QB. As a senior, Jack threw for four touchdowns which led the Panthers to its largest victory over Parkview. Jack was named ALL-County and ALL-Region his senior year and was the Panther Award recipient. Jack now played football at Charleston Southern University. Jack Chambers was a true representative of how to do things the Parkview way and was a true contributor to this great rivalry.