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 These two Titans have waged war with each other since 1972. Friday’s game will be the 52nd meeting between the schools. Hoover holds a 31-20 advantage over the Rebels of Vestavia Hills. These schools are only 10 miles apart, so most of the students and fans know each other, but that does not take away the intensity of this rivalry between two of the biggest schools in the state of Alabama. Hoover is currently ranked second in Alabama High School Football and is led by the Ole Miss- Committed Quarterback, Robby Ashford.  


Anthony Hayes
Hoover High School


Seth Parker

Hoover High School

Seth is a three year letterman with the Hoover varsity football team. Seth is also member of the National Honor Society, National Spanish Society and the National business Society. Seth volunteers at his church New Covenant Bible Church. Seth is currently holding a 4.04 GPA.
Garrison Dabbs

Vestavia Hills High School

Garrison is a three year letterman for the Vestavia Hills varsity football team. He is a two year starter at the offensive guard position. Garrison size of his heart and his competitive spirit not only excels on the football field but as well in the classroom. Garrison is currently holding a 4.60 GPA.


If you want to talk about whirlwind games, then this is the game for you. These fierce competitors kept fans on their toes until the final second ticked off the clock. Going into halftime it looked like the Vestavia Rebels had the win well in their reach with a score of 20-7. As the clock began to play in the second half, the Hoover Buccaneers did too; scoring 3 unanswered touchdowns. With only 40 seconds left in the game, the Bucs scored a touchdown to take the lead and make the score 34-28. The rally of Hoover over Vestavia would not have been successful without the efforts of MVP Anthony Hayes who caught the game-winning touchdown pass.