2015 Lift-a-thon

Championships are earned in the off season and the Walker Viking Football team is working hard each day in preparation for the upcoming season.

Everyday the players who are not participating in a spring sport have been putting in the work in the weight room with conditioning drills and lifting to prepare their bodies for the upcoming season.

The guys are enjoying the rewards that come with their hard work.  Come out on Tuesday night and support the team as they lift weights in Songer Gym for the Lift-a-thon. imageimage

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Walker Viking Football Spirit Night


Once a month this spring we will have a Walker Viking Spirit Night!

We invite all our families and fans to dine together at a local restaurant, and the owners will give  a portion of the proceeds back to the Vikings.

We start off this Tuesday, February 24th, as we meet at Los Reyes from 5-9.  Tell your server you are supporting the Vikings and enjoy the food and fun with other fans and supporters.

Spread the word – Los Reyes on Tuesday and Go Vikes!

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Mattress Sale is Coming to Jasper Mall!


On Saturday, March 7, from 10am to 5pm, our Walker Football program is hosting a Mattress Sale Fundraising event.   This program has been a big success  with programs across Alabama and the US over the last 8 years; we are excited to have this event here at Walker. 

Top Brands are available with full factory warranties including Simmons and Restonic.  The mattresses are also deeply discounted at 30%-60% below retail stores!  20 mattress sets will be on display; prices range from $249 to $2000.   The sale is at the Jasper Mall.  

Please tell your friends about this event and help support Vikings Football!  See the flyer attached for a $50 off coupon and additional information.



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Important Parent Meeting on Feb. 17th

ParentMeetingCoach Heath Brunner announced this week that there will be an important parent meeting for all prospective football players and their parents on Tuesday, Feb. 17th in the Golden Viking Room.

At 6 pm, all parents of upcoming ninth graders, currently in 8th grade, will meet with the coaching staff.  This meeting will be very informative and will include coaches introductions, spring training dates and times, summer workout expectations, and fundraising information.  The meeting will last approximately 50 minutes.

At 7 pm, all parents of upcoming 10-12 graders will meet.  This meeting will give all details about Varsity Football, including calendars, 2015 season plans, and spring training emphasis.

Mark your calendar now!  Parent involvement is the key to our success!

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Save the Date!

Coach Brunner has announced that the WHS Football Banquet will be held on Tuesday night, January 20th at the CHS building.

Parents of the junior class football players are traditionally in charge of decorating.  If you are willing to help or coordinate the decorating, send an email or text to Gina Scruggs at 522-3038 and we will put together a budget and a plan.

The banquet will fall on the Tuesday night after the King/Lee holiday.  The banquet includes football players, cheerleaders and trainers and their families.

Players are admitted free, but there is a $12 per guest charge. We will begin selling tickets the first week back in January.

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Game Day! Playoffs Begin Tonight @ Ki-Ro Gambrell Field

Prep football preview: Walker-Decatur features top defenses

  • 07 Nov 2014 
  • Written by  Johnathan Bentley and W. Brian Hale
  • Published in Sports  Daily Mountain Eagle

Alex Medina, Sawyer Smith, Isiah Cox — Walker has its share of defensive stars.

The Vikings have relied on them all this season.

That will again be the case today when Walker hosts Decatur in a Class 6A first-round playoff game at Ki-Ro Gambrell Field.

The game matches two of the top defenses in the classification. Both Decatur and Walker are tied for 8th in scoring defense in Class 6A. Each team has allowed 156 points on the year.

Walker (6-4) hasn’t given up more than 28 points in a game this season. In its last five games, Walker has allowed just 17.8 points per game.

Medina leads Walker’s defense with 131 tackles while Sawyer Smith had 107. Cox has 46 stops and three interceptions while John Michael Reed has 47 tackles and two interceptions.

Despite playing just eight games, Garrett Davenport has 63 tackles and has also recorded a safety.

Walker’s problem has been on other side of the ball. The Vikings average 25.7 points per game, but  they got the bulk of their points in routs of John Carroll (64 points) and Madison County (52).

Like Walker, Decatur is built around its defense. The Red Raiders have scored over 28 points just once this season.

Decatur is especially tough in close games.

The Red Raiders have played in five games decided by seven points or less this season, going 4-1.

Walker is 2-4 in games decided by seven points or less.

The Red Raiders are no stranger to the playoffs, making the postseason each of the last eight years. Despite the streak, success hasn’t been as easy. Decatur has lost in the first round of the playoffs each of the last four seasons.

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It’s Game Day!!

Join the Walker Vikings for a dose of Thursday Night Lights as the Vikings take on Northridge in our final regular season home game.

Tonight is also Senior Night where we will honor our senior football players, cheerleaders, band members and athletic trainers in a pre-game ceremony.

With last week’s win, the Vikings secured a home venue for the first round of playoffs which begin next Friday night.

Also, we want to publicly congratulate Coach Richard Kelly and his wife Megan on the birth of their first child last weekend! A big win, a healthy baby, a wonderful community…. Blessings abound!

Jackson Richard Kelly, 7'9", 20.75 inches, unlimited potential!

Jackson Richard Kelly, 7’9″, 20.75 inches, unlimited potential!

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