Chickasaw Boys Middle School Football

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Chickasaw: keys to victory

The Chieftains are 2-1 and 1-0 in 2A Region 1. A win tonight could propel them into an important spot at the top of region play. Here are the keys to a victory at St. Luke’s. 1. Win the turnover battle. The Chieftains have to play mistake free on thew offensive side of the ball.

Wilson & the defense to be test against St. Luke’s

After blanking region foe Choctaw County 41-0, the Chieftain defense will face a stiff test in St. Luke’s on Friday. Chickasaw disposed of the Tigers with ease ahead of their show down with the cross town rival Wildcats. The Chieftain run game has powered the offense to a 2-1 record and 1-0 in the region.

Chieftains look to rebound against Choctaw Co.

It wasn’t the expected results from John Beverly and company as the Chieftains found it difficult in week 2 against a very solid 5A opponent Williamson. However, this week is an important game in 2A Region 1 as Choctaw County comes to Dotson Park on Friday night. Expect a different result as this team is

Crichton Optimist Club Player of the Week: AJ Phillips

Chickasaw football continues a strong start with junior athlete AJ Phillip’s being selected as the Crichton Optimist Club Player of the Week. Phillips scored 3 rushing TDs on just 9 carries to total 139 yards while also passing for 54 yards and a TD. This is the first selection for player of the week for

Chieftains “blackout” Demons, literally

If you were present for Chickasaw’s home opener against McIntosh you may have experienced a “blackout”. The Chieftains scored early & often as they lead 28-0 after the first quarter. Then came the blackout. Lights went out in and around Dotson Park early in the second quarter for nearly 30 minutes. When play resumed, Chickasaw

Get ready for Chickasaw football

It’s finally here. The Chieftains take the field friday night against the Demons of McIntosh. The game kicks off at 7:00pm at John Dotson Park in Chickasaw, Alabama. Admission is $6. Look for more updates this week as John Beverly and staff will name team captains prior to the first game of 2017.

Chickasaw’s Secret Weapon

If you mention “secret weapon” in sports like football, you probably think of a massive lineman or a skill player who has game breaking speed that can change the game at the drop of a dime. However, this weapon is different. He does have game changing ability: his foot. Senior kicker James Cordova can literally

Chieftains announce 2017 Blue-White game at Dotson Park

Coach John Beverly and the staff have been working hard this summer to prepare the football team for the 2017 campaign. The offense & defense returns load of experience and the team is expected to be in the hunt for its first region title. Fans and supporters will get a first glimpse as the Chieftains

UAB Football offers A.J. Phillips

A.J. Phillips has long been on the radar as a college football prospect. Virginia inquired about him after his freshman season. North Carolina also requested information on the youn talent. He played as an 8th grader on the inaugural Chieftain team in 2014. He was also the leading rusher with 557 yards on 95 carries.