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Parker 21, Fairfield 0 Herd 1st Shut out of the season

Parker held Fairfeld to just 18 yards of total offense on the way to a 21-0 shutout in Class 5A, Region 5 action on Friday night. But, for an entire half, it was unclear who would emerge victorious. The Thundering Herd had 225 yards of offense, but didn’t score until the third quarter when and

Signing Day !!!!!

Good morning Herd Family !!! We all know that our football team has worked extremely hard on during their season. We would like to congratulate all those who made a difference in making football season a success.Today we will be honoring  those that will be included in the signing ceremony today at Parker High School.

Parker Varsity Basketball

They’re back at it again and time is ticking. They’re not beginners, started as losers but now they’re winners.

Parker Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball has kicked off as we have defeated the Woodlawn colonels and Carver rams. During Thanksgiving break we participated in a tournament which leaves us (4-1). Tonight @ 7:30 p.m. we will take on Woodlawn colonels at @Woodlawn.

Parker vs. Woodlawn

Parker will host with their first official basketball game of the year @ home on November 18,2014 .Parker will take on the Woodlawn colonels beginning with the boys B team game at 4:00p.m. Admission will be $5.

Parker Vs. Madison

Parker lost in Overtime thriller in second round of the AHSAA state playoffs. Parker 28, Madison 35 the HERD finishes their season (10-2). Tyler Gurley scored on an 11-yard run in overtime to lift Madison County to a 35-28 victory over host Parker in the Class 5A playoffs Gurley was the show for Madison County as he rushed 15 times

Parker vs Central

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – No. 7 Parker bounced back from its first loss of the season last week and shut out Central-Tuscaloosa 13-0 on Thursday. Solomon Muhammad ran for 113 yards and a touchdown and he also kicked an extra point. “I did all right,” Muhammad said. “I depended on my line and just ran by

Parker vs Carver

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – Tommie Neely threw three touchdown passes, including a 23-yarder toEugene Minter with 2:33 remaining as No. 3 Parkeredged host Carver-Birmingham 27-20 in Class 5A, Region 5 action Thursday night. The Thundering Herd (8-0, 6-0) fell behind 17-13 at the end of the third quarter and was still tied 20-20 before the final 65-yard scoring drive. Neely completed 13-of-25