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Brewer falls 30-21 to East Limestone

The Brewer Patriots welcomed the East Limestone Indians to Tucker Stadium for a Class 5A, Region 8 matchup Friday night.

The Patriots were looking to stay in the play-off hunt with a win Friday night as they entered the game with a 2-2 record in the region. The Indians entered the game looking to spoil the Patriots’ season with a win.

In the end it was the Indians who would get their wish.

The Patriots got on the board first with a one-yard touchdown run by Wyatt Styles early in the first quarter to make it 7-0.

East Limestone answered with a scoring drive that was capped off by a one-yard touchdown run by T.J. Tyson. The Indians missed the extra point and trailed 7-6.

With time running down in the second quarter, East Limestone got a 22-yard field goal from Syrus James. This gave the Indians a 9-7 lead heading into halftime.

The Indians extended their lead midway through the third when DJ Davis scored on a 32-yard run. Following the extra point, the Indians led 16-7.

Brewer cut into the Indian lead when Johnathan Morgan scored on a one-yard plunge less than a minute into the fourth quarter. This made the score 16-14.

The Indians answered right back with a Dillon Parris one-yard run to extend their lead to nine points, 23-14.

With 5:13 left in the game, the Patriots would cut into the Indians’ lead when Devin Weathers connected with Jake Lawrence for a 15-yard touchdown. This made the score 23-21.

Just a couple of minutes later, Davis would break off a 56-yard scoring run to seal the victory for the Indians..

The Indians’ offense finished the game with 453 total yards, 363 of those coming on the ground. Davis led the Indians with 270 yards rushing on 19 carries.

The East Limestone defense held Brewer to 227 total yards and 14 yards rushing.  Wyatt Styles finished 16 of 23 passing for 229 yards, while Morgan had 29 rushing yards on seven carries.

Brewer (3-5, 2-4) will travel to Scottsboro Friday night to finish region play. East Limestone (3-5, 2-4) will be back on the road, headed to Guntersville.

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