2004 Super Six Photo Gallery One

Scenes from the first day of action at the 2004 Super Six Football Championships in Birmingham.

Defensive end Bobby Greenwood from Prattville had a rough night facing a constant double team from the Hoover offense. Greenwood showed a good motor throughout the game, but didn't have the impact he would have hoped.

Prattville junior linebacker Tim Rawlinson will be a player to watch next season for the Lions. The 6-1, 215 headhunter was impressive in a 22-7 loss Thursday night.

Junior safety J.D. Douglas is also a Prattville player to watch next season. The 6-2, 200 safety was very aggressive at the point of attack and could grow into a linebacker down the road because of his physical nature.

Running back Drake Hall from Winfield was very impressive in the Pirates' 28-21 loss to Oneonta in the day's first game. Hall scored one TD and finished the year with 43 touchdowns. That tied the Alabama single season record held by Parrish's Tony Dixon, who is currently playing at Kentucky.

Redskin running back Miguel Hurtado scores a TD for Oneonta. The 5-6, 200 tank was named the game's MVP after scoring three touchdowns in the victory, the first for the school in 32 years.

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