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HOME FOR HOMECOMING — Retired NFL star and Carroll County native Patrick Willis poses with Susan Cary at Huntingdon’s football game. Willis attended both Central and Huntingdon’s homecoming games Friday night. 

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Senior Ana-Kate Welsh was crowned as Central’s football homecoming queen in pre-game ceremonies Friday night. She is the daughter of Chris and Ann-Marie Welsh. She was crowned by football team captain senior Dalton Williams, son of Robert and Jennifer Williams.

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 The Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School Tigers ended a two-game losing streak by defeating 6-1A opponent Middleton 38-22 Friday night at Joe T. Herndon Stadium.

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Houston County jumped to a 18-0 halftime lead in route to a 24-6 victory over the injury-plagued Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central Tigers in Erin Friday night.

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The Huntingdon Mustangs began Region 6-1A play and ran their seasonal record to 3-0 by defeating the Central Tigers 55-0 at Joe T. Herndon Stadium Friday night. The loss pushed the Tigers seasonal record to 1-2.

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In a game involving two of the smallest football playing schools in the state, Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School evened its seasonal record to 1-1 with a 18-14 victory over the Greenfield Yellow Jackets at Joe T. Herndon Stadium last Friday night.

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“We’ve got a lot of work to do,” said Jamie Williams, head coach over the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School Tigers, following the Tigers’ pre-season scrimmage against Scotts Hill Friday evening on Central’s practice field.

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With family members, coaches, teammates, and media representatives gathered at the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central cafeteria Friday morning, senior Central football standout Bradley Griffin signed to attend Bethel University and play football with the Wildcats in the fall.

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Cornersville defeated the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School Tigers 51-8 in the first round of the Class A Football Playoffs Friday Night at Cornersville.

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Friday night the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central Tigers began a crucial three-game home stand by defeating Perry County 53-48 in one of the most bizarre games in Central High School football history.

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Wayne County employed a strong running game and relentless defense to defeat the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central Tigers 40-24 Friday night in Waynesboro.

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While the Central Middle School Tigers held the lead at a couple of points during the game, the hosting Huntingdon Middle School Mustangs dominated late in the game for a 42-20 victory during the last contest of the regular season Thursday night.

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The Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central Tigers scored 28 points in the first quarter and 14 in the second on their way to a 42-6 victory over Gleason Friday night at Parks-Edwards Field in Gleason. The victory extended Central’s win streak to two games and moves their record for the season to 4-2.

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The Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School Tigers built a 23-0 half time lead on the way to ending a two-game losing streak with a 36-20 win over the Middleton Tigers Friday Night. The win pushed the Tigers’ season record to 3-2 and 1-1 in Region 61A.

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In a game plagued with injuries, penalties, and exchange problems between the center and quarterback, Houston County erased a 14-0 Hollow Rock-Bruceton lead to score a non-regional 28-14 victory over the Tigers at Joe T. Herndon Stadium Friday night.

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It was homecoming week at Huntingdon High School, but while tropical storm Harvey created havoc for the festivities, the storm had little effect on a Mustang squad that picked up its third win in three games as Huntingdon defeated the Hollow-Rock Bruceton Central Tigers 55-15.

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Using a balanced offense and stingy defense, the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School Tigers defeated the Greenfield Yellow Jackets in a non-regional contest 43-8 Friday night at Greenfield.