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White Tigers take first CCHS alumni game

The White Tigers bested the Blue Tigers 20-6 in the inaugural Chilton County High School Football Alumni Game Saturday night. But after the game, it didn’t matter what color jersey anyone was wearing.

“We’re all Tigers out here,” said alumnus Matt Maddox, after all the players knelt and prayed together. “We all bled right here on this field.”

Maddox, a member of the CCHS Class of 1999, helped organize the event along with football coach Brian Carter and Matt Krallman. He thanked everyone who participated in or assisted with the game.

White Tigers

Matt Maddox, Class of 1999

Russ Davis, 1998

Brian Orange, 1996

Brad Price, 1998

Michael Deason, 1992

Brad Robinson, 1997

Chris Ford, 2004

Matt Pinton, 1996

Z.Z. Agee, 1997

Ty Jackson, 2001

Heath Mims, 2002

Ty Littlejohn, 2001

Ronnie Richardson, 1989

Josh Wright, 2004

Nathan Bullard, 2000

Adam Marcus, 2004

Jeff Harris, 1988

Blue Tigers

Matt Krallman, 1997

C.D. Niles, 1997

Berkley Brewer, 1997

Lee Hunt, 1998

Dion Timmons, 1989

Phillip Cole, 1997

C.J. Robinson, 2001

Mark Wright, 1997

Brandon McGhar, 1995

Bert Bean, 1997

Kenneth Caffee, 1998

Brian Jones, 1997

Jimmy Hilyer, 1974

Mark Knight, 1984

Adam Easterling, 1993

Kevin Wyatt, 2001

Ted Brown, 2001

2004 graduate Adam Marcus said he enjoyed getting on the field with both former classmates and other alumni who shared the same experience.

“It’s good to have the camaraderie. It’s just good, clean fun,” Marcus said.

Playing for the Blue Tigers was Mark Knight, a 1984 graduate who coached at CCHS from 1993-97.

“I coached probably 90 percent of these guys,” Knight said. “I enjoy getting back and seeing them all again. A lot of them can still play.”

And play they did. Blue Tiger quarterback Deon Timmons connected with Adam Easterling for the first touchdown in the second quarter.

On the following drive, Chris Ford answered for the White team with a short play into the end zone.

It was Ronnie Richardson who scored the deciding touchdown in the third, bringing the score to 12-6. Almost immediately, Ty Jackson returned an interception all the way and the White Tigers capped it off with a 2-point conversion.

The alumni game is intended to be an annual event.