T.R. Miller ready to hit the gridiron in 2019
Published 12:00 am Wednesday, July 17, 2019
The T.R. Miller Tigers are looking forward to kicking off their first season under the helm of Brent Hubbert.
Hubbert spent most of his career at Maplesville before replacing Keith Etheredge at T.R. Miller.
The Tigers will open the season on a Thursday when they host Choctaw County on Aug. 29.
T.R. Miller holds a 5-1 record against Choctaw County including a 41-6 win last year.
On Sept. 6, the Tigers hit the road to take on the Excel Panthers in the first Class 3A Region 1 game of the season.
T.R. Miller beat the Panthers 34-19 last season and has won all nine games played between the two schools. The Tigers have outscored the Panthers 418-60 in nine games.
The Tigers come home on Sept. 13 when they will face off with the St. Michael’s Cardinals for homecoming.
St. Michael’s is a new school playing in their second full season with a football team.
T.R. Miller won the last year’s meeting 40-0.
Bayside Academy comes to Brewton on Sept. 20 for a region match with the Tigers.
T.R. Miller holds an 8-3 all-time record against Bayside Academy and won last year’s game 21-14.
On Sept. 27, T.R. Miller takes a break from region play when the host the Hillcrest-Evergreen Jaguars.
The Tigers are 17-2 all-time against the Panthers and won last year’s game 14-0.
T.R. Miller goes on the road on Oct. 4 for a region contest with Mobile Christian.
Mobile Christian is 3-0 against T.R. Miller, including a 28-25 win in 2018.
The Tigers remain on the road on Oct. 11 when they travel to Thomasville for a region game.
T.R. Miller is 9-4 against Thomasville, but lost last year’s game 28-12.
T.R. Miller returns to Brewton on Oct. 18 for a non-region match against the Montgomery Catholic Knights.
The Tigers hold a 2-1 record over the Knights, but Montgomery Catholic won last year’s game 27-3.
The Tigers will wrap up region play on Oct. 25 with a home game against Flomaton.
T.R. Miller is 31-8 all-time against Flomaton, but Flomaton won last year’s game 20-13.
On Nov. 1, the regular season comes to a close when the Tigers make the short trip to East Brewton for the Battle of Murder Creek.
The Tigers lead the all-time series 53-23, including a 14-12 win last season.