Come out and support your Walker Viking Football team this Tuesday, June 16th at Jim ‘N Nick’s from 5-9 PM.
To kick off their summer, the coaching staff took the seniors on their annual rafting trip. Each year seniors embark on a weekend rafting trip that highlights team unity and leadership. Reflecting on the experience, Coach Brunner said, “I feel like this group really knows where we are and what our goals are for the culture here at Walker.”
Take Hwy 69 south toward Tuscaloosa
Turn right on Mitt Lary Road (at the first red light as you are approaching the a Tuscaloosa area)
Tuscaloosa County High is just beyond the intersection of Mitt Lary Road and Hwy 43
It’s time to order this year’s Walker Viking Replica Jersey. Orders are due on May 31st. Call or text Jeff Parnell at 205-275-5967 or see him at the spring game Thursday night.
Tomorrow evening our Walker Vikings will travel to Tuscaloosa County High School for their spring game against the Wildcats. The 9th grade will begin at 6:00pm with the JV and Varsity immediately following.
These athletes have been working hard in preparation for the upcoming season. Come out and support Walker Viking Football.
Thank you Jaiquan Crook for the video.
Join us this Tuesday, May 5th at Johnny Brusco’s for another Viking football spirit night from 5 to 9 PM. Your continued support of the program is a great encouragement to players and coaches. Thank you for supporting Walker Viking Football.
With the spring football game fast approaching our Walker Vikings continue spring practice this week going Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.
Walker’s own 6’5 270 lb offensive lineman Cru Birdyshaw who wears number 77 for the Vikings, recently received an offer from Southern Mississippi. The Conference USA Division I Golden Eagles regularly compete against SEC schools such as Alabama, Arkansas, and Mississippi State.
Birdyshaw was a force on the offensive line for the Vikings this past season and is currently working hard with the rest of the team in Spring Training. Coach Brunner and staff are looking forward to continued quality development for Birdyshaw and the rest of the offensive line this spring and summer.