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Madison County faces challenge of speedy, athletic Parker

Madison County will be zoned in on Parker’sSolomon Muhammad when the teams meet in the second round of the Class 5A playoffs Friday in Birmingham. Muhammad is a two-way threat for the fifth-rankedThundering Heard (10-1). He leads the team in rushing 832 yards and eight scores, and he’s also second on the team in catches (39) and receiving

Parker vs Ramsay

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – Parker’s defense made the only play that matter against Ramsay. With the ball at the 1 with 3 seconds remaining,Ramsay quarterback Baniko Harley tried to dive into the end zone. The ball got knocked loose,Parker recovered in the end zone, and the Thundering Herd (6-0) escaped with a 40-34 victory over Ramsay (5-1). Parker coach Andre Robinson

Parker vs Centerpoint

Tommie Neely threw for 301 yards and three touchdowns, all on third down, including a 99-yard touchdown pass to Deiontae Williams on the first scoring play of the game, to help Parker start fast and roll to 479 yards of offense in beating visitor Center Point 33-18. The Thundering Herd scored the first 20 points of the game, all on Neely touchdown

Parker vs Fairfield

FAIRFIELD, Alabama  –  Parker banked 19 points in the second quarter as it put together an impressive 40-6 road victory against FairfieldFriday night at Clements Field. The No. 9 team in Class 5A improved to 4-0 to continue the program’s best start since 2002. The Thundering Herd (3-0 in Class 5A, Region 5) couldn’t get the run game going

Parker vs Wenonah

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — Parker quarterback Tommie Neely wasn’t discouraged by a few dropped passes. He kept firing away, throwing for two touchdowns to lead the Thundering Herd to a 19-7 victory over the rival Wenonah Dragons. Neely threw for 220 yards, including TD passes of 19 yards to Deionte Williams in the second quarter and 17 yards to Keshawn Wilder in the third. “I told

Parker vs J.o.

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama –- Parker rolled to a 28-6 victory over Jackson-Olin on the road Thursday night in the season-opener for both teams as the Herd continued their domination in the series with its 12th win in the last 13 meetings. With starting quarterback Tommy Neely out with an injury, Solomon Muhammad moved from running back to quarterback and responded with 145 yards rushing and

Thundering Herd Football

Parker was successful on last Friday when they took on the West Point Warriors. On this coming up Friday November 14th Parker will take on Madison County (8-3) at 7 p.m. @ Bison Stadium. Be there on time to support our boys as they continue on to the second round of the playoffs . You

Parker High Basketball

Parker’s Basketball game vs Huffman has cancelled and would be moved to February 3. First game would take place on November 18 @ home vs Woodlawn .

Coaches sign pledge for player safety

Every 25 seconds, one child goes to an emergency room with a sports related injury. Lawmakers in every state have passed legislation dealing with concussions. Now, coaches are taking it upon themselves to tackling the issue of sports related injuries. Some coaches who work with children from grade school to college are signing a pledge,