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Saks Principal Explains Fayette County’s Acts of Kindness & Sportsmanship Grab the AHSAA Spotlight for Week 11

   MONTGOMERY – An act of kindness and outstanding sportsmanship captured the AHSAA Prep Spotlight for the first round of the State Football Playoffs.
     Saks High School Principal Jody Whaley has nothing but praise for Fayette County High School and its administration – led by Principal Jeremy Madden.
     
Fayette County hosted the Class 4A, first-round football game versus Saks last Friday with the host Tigers winning the hard-fought game 20-7.
     Fayette also won the admiration of Whaley and the large Saks fan base that followed their team to the contest. Their acts off the field and the response it garnered catapulted Fayette and Saks into this week’s Prep Spotlight.
     Whaley explained in this poignant email:
     “I haven’t missed a single high school football game in the 19 years that I have been a school administrator and I am telling you that Fayette County is the best kept secret in the state.  Let me name some of the reasons.
-        Fayette County’s principal – He sent me a complete itinerary earlier in the week that provided vital information to my head coach, band director, cheer coach, even my fans.  He also answered my phone call one hour before kickoff (the most hectic time possible for a high school principal).  I told him our spirit bus broke down 30 miles from the school.  He made me feel like we were his number one concern.  He told me he would get us some help and that is exactly what he did.”
-        The Transportation supervisor – He called me seconds after I hung up with the principal and he told me that mechanics were on the way to the stranded bus.  Rather than letting us chance it on a bus that may or may not make it back to Saks High, he provided us with a Fayette County bus to return home in after the game.  Countless (other) people from Fayette County pulled over to offer assistance to my students on the stranded bus.
-        The Fayette County band students who went out of their way to tell our fans how great our Saks band was.
-        All of the Fayette County fans who wanted to know the condition of the Saks player that was carted off and sent to the Fayette County Medical Center.  Thank you for your prayers.  He was released from the medical center and is going to need to see an orthopedic specialist.   It was very noticeable how every single fan in the stadium went to complete silence every time an injured player was getting medical assistance on the field.  (Fayette) fans are second to none.
-        The two volunteer Fayette County deputies who stayed on our side the entire night to provide us with any assistance we needed (We never needed any).
-        The head football coach -  (Lance Tucker) personally called me earlier in the week and answered about 20 questions that I had ranging from where to park the band busses to the best three places to eat in Fayette County.  He answered every question and he even gave me his personal cell number and told me to call if I had any more questions.   FYI, I chose Sam’s Smoke House, WOW!
   
Whaley said he has heard numerous compliments from Saks fans about the generosity of everyone at Fayette County High School.
“ I’m certain I will hear more as the week goes on. I am going to call their principal and tell (Jeremy Madden) that his entire community deserves an extra 10-minute break for showing so much class.”
    In other highlights from the first week of the AHSAA 2016 football playoffs:
      
MILESTONES
TROJANS WELCOMES COACH BACK WITH PLAYOFF WIN:
Saint James head football coach Jimmy Perry was on the operating table having multiple stents placed in the arteries near his heart just days before last Friday night’s 49-21 Class 4A state playoff win over Satsuma. Perry, who won his first playoff game at St. James and picked up his first postseason win since 2011, said prior to the game that the events gave him an even clearer perspective on the important things in life and made him appreciate more the relationships he has shared with family, coaches, players and friends.
    The win give him a 99-52 career coaching record in 13 seasons, five at Saint James, three at St. Paul’s Episcopal and five at Robert E. Lee. He also spent nine years (2000-09) as an off-the-field assistant coach at Auburn.
CITRONELLE’S LB RECORDS 28 TACKLES: Justin Roberts, a linebacker, had 28 tackles in a 35-21 Class 5A playoff loss to unbeaten Carroll of Ozark. His total ties him for sixth most tackles in a single game in AHSAA history.  The all-time record of 36 tackles was made by Hamilton’s Andy Stidham in a 20-13 win over Haleyville in 1996. Melvin Cotton of Holt had 31 in a 1998 game versus Bibb County; Mike DuBose 30 versus Pike County in 1968; Adam Crosby of New Brockton and Carlos Salinas of Frisco City 29 each in 2006 and 1999, respectively; Clarence Brown of Berry and Sean Anderson of Abbeville 28 each in games played in 2012.
HACKLEBURG NOTCHES HUDSON’S 75TH WIN: The Panthers (9-2) beat Lynn 35-6 in the first round of the Class 1A state playoffs as Stone Fincher ran for 171 yards and three touchdowns on 12 carries to give Coach Rod Hudson his 75th career win in just his eighth season at the helm. Hudson is 75-22, a winning percentage of .757. 
CHIPPER LARTIGUE and ZACH MOODE, HEWITT-TRUSSVILLE: The offensive linemen helped open holes for Huskies running backs to score seven rushing touchdowns as Hewitt-Trussville (11-0) beat Oak Mountain 63-21 in the 7A playoffs.

ALABAMA ALL-STAR WATCH:
SPANISH FORT’S JOHNSTON SETS AHSAA RECORD:
The Toros senior increased his season total to 161 tackles with last Friday’s performance versus Carver-Montgomery in a 23-22 playoff win and now has 638 career tackles, a new AHSAA record. The record was previously set by former Alabama All-Star Demarco McNeil of Blount (622) from 1996-98.
    Johnston and Spanish Fort teammate Justin Thomas, who has 136 career tackles, will both be in the 30th annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game Dec. 10 at Cramton Bowl.
JAXTON CARSON, CENTRAL-PHENIX CITY: One of three running backs chosen for the Alabama All-Star Team, Carson ran nine times for 123 yards to lead the Red Devils past Murphy 56-7 in the Class 7A playoffs. His 49-yard TD run opened the second half for Central-Phenix City.
DAULTON HYATT, ETOWAH: One of two quarterbacks chosen for the Alabama All-Stars, he completed 11-of-14 passes for 236 yards and four touchdowns in the Blue Devils' 44-27 Class 5A playoff win over Mae Jemison.
CHADARIUS TOWNSEND, TANNER: The all-purpose back, who was selected to play for the Alabama stars as a defensive back, ran for 144 yards and three scores (67, 47 and 8 yards) on eight carries and also completed 5-of-9 passes for 206 yards with two touchdowns (75 and 40 yards) in the Rattlers’ 42-14 Class 2A win over Sulligent.
   Tickets for the Alabama-Mississippi Classic can be purchased on line at www.preptix.com.

RUSHING
IVORY STARR, CEDAR BLUFF:
Churned out 303 yards rushing on 26 carries and scored three touchdowns (43, 1, 46 yards) in the Tigers' 41-20 Class 1A playoff victory over Berry.
GARRETT SANDERS, G.W. LONG: Rushed for 287 yards and four touchdowns and also threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to Kevin Janish to spark the Rebels (10-0) to a 54-21 Class 2A win over J.U. Blacksher.
ANTONIO ROBINSON, AUSTIN: Ran for 197 yards and three touchdowns in the first half as the Black Bears built a 41-0 lead en route to a 41-19 Class 6A playoff win over Pell City. Robinson finished with 22 carries and 223 yards total.
LADARIUS WOODS, DECATUR: Ran for 224 yards and three touchdowns on 29 carries in a 35-10 win over Cullman.
ZACK ALFORD, GOSHEN: Rushed for 212 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries in a 48-26 Class 2A win over Verbena. Alford’s TD runs were 44 and 48 yards.
TREY HARRIS, NORTH JACKSON: Rushed for 199 yards and four touchdowns (75, 38, 20 and 4 yards) and passed for s 34-yard score as the Chiefs beat Wilson 41-7 in Class 4A.
JAHARI BROWN, NEW BROCTON: Had 196 yards and three touchdowns (1, 62 and 58 yards) as the Gamecocks won its 2A playoff opener 45-16 over Keith.
DAMON WILLIAMS, GADSDEN CITY: Rushed for 191 yards and a touchdown on 35 carries in the Titans' 15-7 Class 7A win over Mountain Brook.
LEE STANLEY, PIEDMONT: Rushed for 185 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries in the Bulldogs' 55-26 Class 3A victory over Holly Pond.
DEE WILLIAMS, ELBA: Had 182 yards and five touchdowns (14, 30, 7, 42, 14 yards) on 21 carries and added two receptions for 22 yards in the defending state champion Tigers’ 40-8 Class 2A win over R.C. Hatch.
DEKARLOS BILLINGSLEY, SCOTTSBORO: Had 21 attempts for 164 yards and two touchdowns, caught three passes for 41 yards and defensively made 21 tackles as the unbeaten Wildcats (11-0) beat Lawrence County 38-27.
KHYMEL CHAVERST, PINSON VALLEY: Rushed 21 times for 160 yards, including two fourth-quarter TDs, as Pinson Valley downed Jackson-Olin 31-5 in a Class 6A playoff contest.
DAKOTA LAMBERT, SPRING GARDEN: Returned an interception 60 yards for a touchdown, hauled in a 25-yard TD pass from Ben Ivey and rushed for 120 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries in the Panthers' 40-14 Class 1A victory over South Lamar.
CORY THOMAS, ETOWAH: Rushed 19 times for 154 yards and a touchdown in the Blue Devils' 44-27 win over Mae Jemison.
MICHAEL MATTHEWS, UMS-WRIGHT: Ran for 169 yards and two TDs as the Bulldogs won its 4A playoff opener over Dale County 36-0.

PASSING
KOY CHAPMAN, GORDO:
Completed 15-of-21 passes for 327 yards and five touchdowns in a 55-14 Class 3A victory over Prattville Christian.
COLE FREDERICK, HILLCREST-TUSCALOOSA: Was 19-of-25 passing for 286 yards and four touchdowns as the Patriots (11-0) beat Benjamin Russell 40-16 in the 6A playoffs.
MATT HIOTT, BIBB COUNTY: Scored on a 1-yard run in the first possession of overtime to lead the Choctaws to a 41-34 playoff win over Munford. He was 11-of-18 passing for 157 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 77 yards and the game-clinching TD.
BO NIX, SCOTTSBORO: Had 266 totals yards and accounted for three TDs in the Wildcats’ 38-27 Class 5A win over Lawrence County. He was 10-of-20 passing for 138 yards and rushed for 128 yards and three scores on 15 carries.
KADARIUS TONEY, BLOUNT: Passed for 174 yards and rushed for 105 yards and two TDs as Blount nipped Dothan 15-7 in the 6A playoffs.
MALCOLM ASKEW, McADORY: Was 13-of-19 passing for 213 yards and three touchdowns in the Jackets’ 24-7 Class 6A win over Wetumpka. Willie Langham had all three TD receptions.
JACOB FREE, BRANTLEY: Was 7-of-12 passing for 184 yards and an 80-yard TD connection to Adrian Person Jr., as Brantley beat Marengo 55-38 in the 1A playoffs.
GRAYSON EDGEMON, MADISON ACADEMY: Was 14-of-21 passing for 210 yards and five touchdowns (33, 18, 10, 10 and 4 yards) in a 51-13 Class 4A win over Central-Florence.
TYREN DUPREE, CHEROKEE COUNTY: Completed 10-of-15 pass attempts for 161 yards and two touchdowns (52, 24 yards) and rushed for 97 yards on 18 carries in the Warriors' 29-22 Class 4A victory over Winfield.
LANDON JOHNSON, HOKES BLUFF: Was 8-of-10 passing for 193 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another in the Eagles' 24-8 victory over Haleyville.
BRANDON CROSBY, MAE JEMISON:
Completed 11-of-25 passes for 147 yards and three touchdowns (15, 11 and 4 yards), and ran for 80 yards on 21 carries in a 44-27 Class 5A loss at Etowah.

PASS RECEIVING
ANDY NOLES, ETOWAH:
Had four catches for 161 yards and three touchdowns in the Blue Devils' 44-27 win over Mae Jemison.
REED BLANKENSHIP, WEST LIMESTONE: Snagged TD passes of 20 and 17 yards and threw a 2-yard TD pass in the Wildcats’ 28-26 Class 4A win over Madison County.

JAYLOND ADAMS, MINOR: Had 253 all-purpose yards to lead Minor in a come-from-behind 42-21 Class 6A win over Homewood. He had two TDs as the Tigers scored 30 points in the final quarter.

DEFENSE
JAHMIANR FILS-AIME’, DALEVILLE:
Recorded 21 tackles in a 21-14 Class 3A loss to Bayside Academy.

TRENT COCHRAN-GILL, TALLASSEE: Had two interceptions and eight tackles on defense and also had nine carries for 142 yards with a 56-yard touchdown on offense in the Tigers’ 29-26 Class 4A win over Hale County.

ETHAN WELLS, WICKSBURG: Returned an interception 20 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter to give the Panthers a two-score lead on the way to a 34-28 Class 3A playoff win at T.R. Miller. Wells also had six receptions for 96 yards and ran for 58 yards on nine carries with one touchdown.

BEN ABERCROMBIE, HOOVER: Snatched two of the four interceptions made by Hoover’s defense, returning one for a TD, and the Bucs beat Bob Jones 31-10 in the Class 7A playoffs.
BEN McGOUGH, DECATUR HERITAGE: Made 15 tackles and caught an 8-yard touchdown in a 35-8 Class 1A win over Phillips.
JUSTIN CULVER, SCOTTSBORO: Made 12 tackles, including two for losses, in a 38-27 win over Lawrence County.
JACKSON JOHNSON, McGILL-TOOLEN CATHOLIC: Had two interceptions, returning one for a 21-yard touchdown, to lift the defending Class 7A state champion Yellow Jackets (11-0) to a 46-14 win over Jeff Davis.
ISAIHA JONES, CEDAR BLUFF: Returned an interception 50 yards for a touchdown in the Tigers’ 41-20 Class 1A win over Berry.
CALEB RANSUM, CHEROKEE COUNTY: Posted a sack for a 12-yard loss on fourth down inside Warriors territory in the fourth quarter, then later recovered a fumble inside the Cherokee County 10-yard line to help preserve a 29-22 Class 4A playoff victory over Winfield.

TY REYNOLDS, DAPHNE:  Had a 71-yard interception return for a touchdown as Daphne beat Sidney Lanier 24-6 in the opening round of the Class 6A state playoffs at Cramton Bowl. It was the Trojans’ ninth straight win after opening the season 0-2.
JORDAN GRADDY, MOBILE CHRISTIAN: Recovered a Straughn fumble and also intercepted a pass as the Leopards beat the Tigers 21-7 in the 3A playoffs.
TRE’SHAWN BROWN, MONTEVALLO: Had nine tackles, returned an interception for a touchdown and caught a TD pass as the Bulldogs posted a 45-18 Class 3A playoff win over Southside-Selma.
CLAY KELLEY, NEW BROCKTON: Had 11 tackles in New Brockton’s 45-16 Class 2A win over Keith. He also rushed for 169 yards and three touchdowns (44, 8 and 2 yards).
BRADON CARVER, SAND ROCK: The senior had 10 tackles on defense, rushed for 104 yards and a TD on 22 carries and also tossed a TD pass as the Wildcats nipped Reeltown 20-18 in the 2A playoffs.
MARTIN CHAFFIN, MORTIMER JORDAN: Had an interception on a two-point try with 33 seconds remaining to seal the Blue Devils’ 22-20 Class 5A win over Pleasant Grove.
QUINTON DOWNEY, SPRING GARDEN: Registered nine tackles on defense and rushed for 133 yards and two TDs on 19 carries on offense as Spring Garden beat South Lamar 40-14.

SPECIAL TEAMS
MATTHEW QUINN, SPANISH FORT: Kicked a 21-yard field goal as time expired to lift the defending state champion Toros to a 23-22 Class 6A playoff win over Carver-Montgomery.
JONATHAN KILGO, GADSDEN CITY: Kicked field goals of 21, 32 and 46 yards in the Titans' 15-7 playoff win at Mountain Brook.
ANDREW OSTEEN, ENTERPRISE: Booted three field goals in four attempts, making attempts of 27, 37 and 38 yards, and was perfect on all six extra-point tries in the Wildcats’ 51-14 Class 7A win over Baker. Osteen also kicked seven of 10 kickoffs for touchbacks and had one punt for 47 yards.
MARCUS JONES, ENTERPRISE: Returned a punt 82 yards for a touchdown and added another 44-yard return to set up a Wildcat field goal in a 51-14 win over Baker.

RAUL HERNANDEZ, ETOWAH: Kicked a 45-yard field goal and was 5-for-6 in extra points in the Blue Devils' 44-27 win over Mae Jemison.

BAILEY POTTER, SCOTTSBORO: The senior kicker was true on five extra points and extended his current streak of successful extra-point kicks to 44 in a row as the Wildcats advanced in the 5A playoffs with a 38-27 win over Lawrence County. He also booted a 23-yard field and is now 7-of-8 on field goal tries this season.


Washington County Forfeits Playoff Win Samson Replaces WCHS in Second Round

Washington County High School of Chatom has been fined, placed on probation for one year and ordered to forfeit its Class 2A first-round football playoff win over Samson for violating the AHSAA eligibility rules. Washington County High School self-reported the violation to the AHSAA once notified of the potential infraction.

Washington County played an ineligible student in violation of the AHSAA Home Rule found on page 34 of the 2016-17 AHSAA Handbook.  The school forfeited its first-round 42-12 playoff win over Samson in which the ineligible student participated in. Consequently, Samson High School is now advancing to the second round of the Class 2A state playoffs this week and will play Elba High School at Elba Friday night.

The probationary period is a warning that other violations of this nature could bring further sanctions against the school.

All 7 defending Champs Remain 17 Unbeaten Teams Advance to 2nd Round Of AHSAA State Football Playoffs

     MONTGOMERY -- All seven defending state football champions and 17 unbeaten teams survived the first round of the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) State Football Playoffs and advance to the second round of games Nov. 11.
      The games will be played on Veterans Day, and in honor of the nation’s veterans, the AHSAA is asking all host schools to have a program honoring veterans prior to the playoff contest at each stadium. Instructions have been provided to each host school to assist them in honoring the veterans during a special pre-game program. All games are set to kick off at 7 p.m.
    This week’s slate includes 52 games in the second round – eight each in classes 1A through 6A and four games in Class 7A.  Among the 104 participants are defending champions Maplesville (1A), Elba (2A), Madison Academy (4A), Leeds (4A), St. Paul’s Episcopal (5A), Spanish Fort (6A) and McGill-Toolen Catholic (7A). Madison Academy won the 3A state title in 2015, but moved up to 4A this season.
      McGill-Toolen (11-0), coached by Caleb Ross, extended its current winning streak to 20 games with a 46-14 victory over Jeff Davis in the first round.
       The five rounds of playoffs (only four for 7A) will conclude with the Super 7 State Football Finals at Auburn University’s Jordan-Hare Stadium Nov. 30-Dec. 2.
       Class 6A, Region 8 and Class 3A, Region 5 were the only regions to advance all four teams in the first round.
      A total of 15 regions advanced three of four qualifiers to the second round including: Regions 3 and 7 in Class 1A; Regions 1, 3 and 7 in Class 2A; Regions 1, 4 and 5 in Class 3A; Regions 1 and 3 in Class 4A; Regions 1 and 3 in Class 6A; and Regions 2 and 4 in Class 7.
      The seven defending state champions include Class 1A Maplesville (10-0); Class 2A Elba (9-2); Class 3A Piedmont (11-0); Class 4A Leeds (9-2); Class 5A St. Paul’s Episcopal (8-3);  Class 6A Spanish Fort (9-2); and Class 7A McGill-Toolen (11-0).
      Unbeaten teams by class in the playoffs include: (Class 1A) Maplesville (10-0); Georgiana (11-0), Linden (11-0), Wadley (10-0), Addison (11-0); (Class 2A) G.W. Long (10-0); Fyffe (11-0); LaFayette (11-0); (Class 3A) Gordo (11-0); Piedmont (11-0); (Class 4A) Rogers (11-0); Class 5A: Carroll (11-0); Scottsboro (11-0); (Class 6A) Park Crossing (11-0); Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (11-0); (Class 7A) McGill-Toolen Catholic (11-0); and Hewitt-Trussville (11-0).
     Advancing to the second round are also 18 teams with just one loss, 27 with two losses and 24 with three losses. Three schools advancing still have records under. 500 on the year.
    Round two winners in Classes 1A through 6A will advance to the quarterfinals on Nov. 18 and the semifinals Nov. 25. Class 7A will have quarterfinal games this week with semifinals Nov. 18.
    Raycom Media will announce the contest to be featured next Friday on the Raycom/AHSAA Playoff Game of the Week. The NFHS Network also plans to live-stream several games produced by member schools belonging to the NFHS Network School Broadcast Program. Those games will be announced early next week and will be listed at www.nfhsnetwork.net.
Second-round pairings and first-round results:

AHSAA STATE FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS
Second-round Pairings
All games, Nov. 4, 7 p.m. unless otherwise denoted

AHSAA STATE FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS
Second-Round Pairings

CLASS 1A
Isabella (10-1) at Georgiana (11-0)
Linden (11-0) at Notasulga (7-4)
Sweet Water (8-2) at Wadley (10-0)
Brantley (7-4) at Maplesville (10-0)

Decatur Heritage (9-2) at Cedar Bluff (8-3)
Pickens County (8-3) at Sumiton Christian (9-2)
Hubbertville (9-1) at Hackleburg (9-2)
Spring Garden (10-1) at Addison (11-0)
CLASS 2A
New Brockton (7-4) at G.W. Long (10-0), Skipperville
Southern Choctaw (9-1) at Goshen (8-3)
Leroy (8-3) at Aliceville (10-1)
Samson (7-4) at Elba (9-2)
Cleveland (8-3) at Fyffe (11-0)
Sheffield (9-2) at LaFayette (11-0)
Lanett (9-2) at West End (6-5), Walnut Grove
Sand Rock (9-2) at Tanner (8-3)

CLASS 3A
Oakman (7-4) at Hillcrest-Evergreen (5-6)
Montevallo (10-1) at Mobile Christian (10-1)
Gordo (11-0) at Wicksburg (8-3)
Pike County (9-2) at Bayside Academy (7-4), Daphne

Lexington (8-3) at Weaver (8-3)
Colbert County (9-2) at Piedmont (11-0)
Ohatchee (10-1) at Lauderdale County (7-4), Rogersville
Sylvania (8-3) at Randolph County (9-2), Wedowee

CLASS 4A
Tallassee (8-3) at Saint James (10-1), Montgomery
Andalusia (10-1) at Leeds (8-3)
Thomasville (8-2) at Bibb County (8-3), Centreville
Handley (9-2) at UMS-Wright (9-2), Mobile

North Jackson (6-4) at Hokes Bluff (7-4)
West Limestone (10-1) at Cherokee County (9-2), Centre
Rogers (11-0) at Cordova (9-2)
Fayette County (5-6) at Madison Academy (8-3)

CLASS 5A
Calera (8-3) at Carroll (11-0), Ozark
Beauregard (9-1) at Vigor (8-3), Prichard
St. Paul’s Episcopal (8-3) at Central-Clay County (9-2)
Jackson (7-3) at Lincoln (4-7)

Etowah (9-2) at Mortimer Jordan (9-2), Kimberly
Russellville (8-3) at Briarwood Christian (10-1)
Wenonah (8-2) at Brooks (9-2), Killen
Scottsboro (11-0) at Fairfield (7-4)

CLASS 6A
Park Crossing (11-0) at Bessemer City (7-4)
McAdory (8-3) at Blount (9-2), Prichard
Spanish Fort (9-2) at Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (11-0)
Opelika (10-1) at Daphne (9-2)

Minor (10-1) at Hartselle (9-2)
Decatur (10-1) at Ramsay (9-2), Birmingham, Legion Field
Austin (8-3) at Pinson Valley (8-3)
Gardendale (8-3) at Muscle Shoals (6-5)

CLASS 7A
Enterprise (10-1) at McGill-Toolen Catholic (11-0), Mobile
Auburn (8-3) at Central-Phenix City (9-1)
James Clemens (8-3) at Hoover (9-2), Hoover Met
Gadsden City (6-5) at Hewitt-Trussville (11-0)

AHSAA STATE FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS
First-round Results

CLASS 1A
Georgiana (11-0) 28, Millry (4-7) 6
Isabella (10-1) 46, Winterboro (6-5) 6
Linden (11-0) 77, Houston County (6-5) 7
Notasulga (7-4) 37, Ragland (7-4) 36
Wadley (10-0) 50, Loachapoka (3-8) 7
Sweet Water (8-2) 47, McKenzie (7-4) 6
Maplesville (10-0) 61, Talladega County Central (4-6) 6
Brantley (7-4) 55, Marengo (6-5) 38

Cedar Bluff (8-3) 41, Berry (5-6) 20
Decatur Heritage (9-2) 35, Phillips (3-8) 8
Pickens County (8-3) 55, Coosa Christian (3-8) 7
Sumiton Christian (9-2) 49, Cherokee (5-6) 28
Hackleburg (9-2) 35, Lynn (7-4) 6
Hubbertville (9-1) 47, Woodville (5-6) 15
Addison (11-0) 63, Shoals Christian (3-8) 20
Spring Garden (10-1) 40, South Lamar (6-5) 14

CLASS 2A
G.W. Long (10-0) 54, J.U. Blacksher (5-6) 21
New Brockton (7-4) 45, Keith (6-5) 16
Southern Choctaw (9-1) 41, Abbeville (4-7) 20
Goshen (8-3) 48, Verbena (6-5) 25
Aliceville (10-1) 47, Luverne (7-4) 14
Leroy (8-3) 26, Ariton (6-5) 0
Elba (9-2) 40, R.C. Hatch (5-6) 8
Samson (7-4) 1, Washington County (6-4) 0 (forfeit)

Fyffe (11-0) 56, Horseshoe Bend (6-5) 7
Cleveland (8-3) 41, Red Bay (8-3) 14
LaFayette (11-0) 26, Collinsville (6-5) 6
Sheffield (9-2) 27, Cold Springs (5-6) 14
West End (6-5) 41, Lamar County (6-5) 7
Lanett (9-2) 68, Gaston (6-5) 13
Tanner (8-3) 42, Sulligent (6-5) 14
Sand Rock (9-2) 20, Reeltown (6-5) 18

CLASS 3A
Hillcrest-Evergreen (5-6) 28, Opp (9-2) 25
Oakman (7-4) 21, Montgomery Academy (7-4) 0
Mobile Christian (10-1) 21, Straughn (4-6) 7
Montevallo (10-1) 45, Southside-Selma (7-4) 18
Gordo (11-0) 55, Prattville Christian (5-6) 14
Wicksburg (8-3) 34, T.R. Miller (8-3) 28
Pike County (9-2) 27, American Christian (5-6) 22
Bayside Academy (7-4) 21, Daleville (8-3) 14

Weaver (8-3) 37, Fultondale (8-3) 7
Lexington (8-3) 25, North Sand Mountain (6-5) 14
Piedmont (11-0) 55, Holly Pond (6-5) 26
Colbert County (9-2) 31, Plainview (6-5) 20
Lauderdale County (7-4) 55, Geraldine (5-6) 16
Ohatchee (10-1) 49, Locust Fork (7-4) 28
Sylvania (8-3) 42, West Morgan (7-4) 6
Randolph County (9-2) 28, J.B. Pennington (8-3) 6

CLASS 4A
Saint James (10-1) 49, Satsuma (6-5) 21
Tallassee (8-3) 29, Hale County (5-6) 26
Andalusia (10-1) 42, Alabama Christian (4-7) 24
Leeds (8-3) 19, Greensboro (5-6) 12
Bibb County (8-3) 41, Munford (6-5) 34 (OT)
Thomasville (8-2) 20, Montgomery Catholic (8-3) 6
Handley (9-2) 49, West Blocton (6-5) 7
UMS-Wright (9-2) 36, Dale County (7-4) 0

Hokes Bluff (7-4) 24, Haleyville (9-2) 8
North Jackson (6-4) 41, Wilson (8-3) 7
Cherokee County (9-2) 29, Winfield (7-4) 22
West Limestone (10-1) 28, Madison County (6-5) 26
Rogers (11-0) 42, Randolph (6-5) 6
Cordova (9-2) 46, Jacksonville (8-2) 23
Madison Academy (8-3) 51, Central-Florence (4-7) 13
Fayette County (5-6) 20, Saks (6-5) 7

CLASS 5A
Carroll (11-0) 35, Citronelle (6-5) 21
Calera (8-3) 35, Sylacauga (8-3) 34
Vigor (8-3) 47, B.T. Washington (7-4) 0
Beauregard (9-1) 41, Dallas County (6-5) 0
Central-Clay County (9-2) 56, Jemison (3-8) 14
St. Paul's Episcopal (8-3) 45, Charles Henderson (7-4) 7
Lincoln (4-7) 27, Demopolis (7-4) 24
Jackson (7-3) 41, Eufaula (8-3) 21

Mortimer Jordan (9-2) 22, Pleasant Grove (4-7) 20
Etowah (9-2) 44, Mae Jemison (6-5) 27
Briarwood Christian (10-1) 42, Corner (7-4) 17
Russellville (8-3) 35, Guntersville (6-5) (28)
Brooks (9-2) 56, Arab (6-5) 30
Wenonah (8-2) 42, West Point (6-5) 8
Scottsboro (11-0) 38, Lawrence County (5-6) 27
Fairfield (7-4) 14, Hayden (8-3) 7

CLASS 6A
Park Crossing (11-0) 45, Saraland (6-5) 14
Bessemer City (7-4) 31, at Chelsea (8-3) 23
Blount (9-2) 15, Dothan (4-7) 7
McAdory (8-3) 24, Wetumpka (8-3) 7
Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (11-0) 40, Benjamin Russell (3-8) 16
Spanish Fort (9-2) 23, Carver-Montgomery (5-6) 22
Opelika (10-1) 48, Paul Bryant (4-7) 12
Daphne (9-2) 24, Sidney Lanier (8-3) 6

Minor (10-1) 42, Homewood (5-6) 21
Hartselle (9-2) 21, Albertville (8-3) 7
Ramsay (9-2) 38, Clay-Chalkville (6-5) 28
Decatur (10-1) 35, Cullman (6-5) 10
Austin (8-3) 41, Pell City (6-5) 19
Pinson Valley (8-3) 31, Jackson-Olin (8-3) 5
Muscle Shoals (6-5) 31, Oxford (10-1) 17
Gardendale (8-3) 28, Hueytown (8-3) 26

CLASS 7A
McGill-Toolen Catholic (11-0) 46, Jeff Davis (5-6) 14
Enterprise (10-1) 51, Baker (6-5) 14
Central-Phenix City (9-1) 56, Murphy (6-5) 7
Auburn (8-3) 34, Davidson (9-2) 10

Hoover (9-2) 31, Bob Jones (7-4) 10
James Clemens (8-3) 21, Spain Park (8-3) 12
Hewitt-Trussville (11-0) 63, Oak Mountain (3-8) 21
Gadsden City (6-5) 15, Mountain Brook (8-3) 7


AHSAA Broadcast log for the first round

2016 AHSAA Football Playoffs
Broadcast Log
FIRST ROUND
*Station Class / Game TYPE *Visiting Team *Home Team Frequency
NFHS Sweet Water SBP 1A G 06 NFHS Livestream McKenzie Sweet Water https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Goshen SBP 2A G 04 NFHS Livestream Goshen HS Verbena HS https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Elba SBP 2A G 07 NFHS Livestream RC Hatch Elba https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Pike County SBP 3A G 07 NFHS Livestream American Christian Pike County https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS FNN Network 4A G 05 NFHS Livestream Munford Bibb County https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Eagle 1023 Net 4A G 07 NFHS Livestream West Blocton Handley https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Randolph SBP 4A G 13 NFHS Livestream Randolph Rogers https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Jacksonville SBP 4A G 14 NFHS Livestream Cordova Jacksonville https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Madison Academy SBP 4A G 15 NFHS Livestream Central-Florence Madison Academy https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Russellville SBP 5A G 12 NFHS Livestream Guntersville Russellville https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Lawrence County SBP 5A G 15 NFHS Livestream Lawrence County Scottsboro https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Arab SBP 5A G 13 NFHS Livestream Arab Brooks https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Brooks SBP 5A G 13 NFHS Livestream Arab Brooks https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Saraland SBP 6A G 01 NFHS Livestream Saraland Park Crossing https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Hillcrest SBP 6A G 05 NFHS Livestream Ben Russell Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Opelika SBP 6A G 07 NFHS Livestream Paul Bryant Opelika https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Tri County Sports 6A G 08 NFHS Livestream Daphne Sidney Lanier https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Prattville SBP 6A G 09 NFHS Livestream Homewood Minor https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Albertville SBP 6A G 10 NFHS Livestream Hartselle Albertville https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Cullman SBP 6A G 12 NFHS Livestream Cullman Decatur https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS McGill-Toolen SBP 7A G 01 NFHS Livestream Jeff Davis McGill-Toolen https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Enterprise SBP 7A G 02 NFHS Livestream Baker Enterprise https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Hoover SBP 7A G 05 NFHS Livestream Bob Jones Hoover https://goo.gl/jXVedC
NFHS Muscle Shoals SBP 6A G 15 NFHS Livestream Muscle Shoals Oxford https://goo.gl/jXVedC
KWN TV 3A G10 Delayed video Lexington No. Sand Mtn Trenton, GA
KWN TV 4A G10 Delayed video North Jackson Wilson Trenton, GA
WOIL TV 47 5A G 02 Delayed video Sylacauga Calera Sylcauga
WAXC TV 5A G 05 Delayed video Jemison Clay Co Central Alexander City
Troy Cable 5A G 06 Delayed video Charles Henderson St. Paul's Troy
Huntsville ETV 5A G 10 Delayed video Mae Jemison Etowah Huntsville
Scottsboro Electric Power Board 5A G 15 Delayed video Lawrence County Scottsboro Scottsboro
WAXC TV 6A G 05 Delayed video Benjamin Russell Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa Alexander City
WJTC-TV UTV44 6A G 06 Delayed video Carver-Montgomery Spanish Fort Mobile
Opelika Power Board 6A G 07 Delayed video Paul Bryant Opelika Pau Bryant
WYAM TV51 6A G 12 Delayed video Cullman Decatur Decatur
WYAM TV51 6A G 13 Delayed video Pell City Austin Decatur
Eagle Productions 6A G 14 Delayed video Pinson Valley Jackson-Olin alegander leiy
WEAC TV 24 6A G 15 Delayed video Muscle Shoals Oxford Musle Shoals
Scenic Cable 7A G 02 Delayed video Baker Enterprise Dothan
Husky Fast Net 7A G 07 Delayed video Oak Mountain Hewitt-Trussville Trussville
MBHS / The Bleachers Corp. 7A G 08 Delayed video Gadsden City Mountain Brook Mountain Brook
WSGQ-FM 1A G 03 Live Audio Houston Co. Linden 103.3 FM/Columbia
WALX FM 1A G 07 Live Audio Talladega Co Cen Maplesville 98.3 FM/Selma
WKLF 1A G 07 Live Audio Talladega Co Cen Maplesville 980 AM/Clanton
WSMX-FM 100.3 1A G 08 Live Audio Marengo Brantley 100.3 FM/Brantley
WSBM Fox Sports Shoals 1A G 12 Live Audio Sumiton Christian Cherokee 1340 AM/Florence
WFMH FM 1A G 13 Live Audio Lynn Hackleburg 95.5 FM/Hackleburg
WJEC FM 1A G 16 Live Audio South Lamar Spring Garden 106.5 FM/Vernon
WMFC 2A G 01 Live Audio J U Blacksher G W Long 99.3 FM/Monroeville
WOOF Radio 2A G 01 Live Audio J U Blacksher G W Long 99.7 FM/Dothan
WVVL FM Radio 2A G 07 Live Audio RC Hatch Elba 101.1 FM/Elba
WAFN FM 2A G 09 Delayed Audio Horseshoe Bend Fyffe 92.7 FM/Arab
WCRL 2A G 10 Live Audio Red Bay Cleveland 1570 AM/Oneonta
WRMG Radio 2A G 10 Live Audio Red Bay Cleveland 1430 AM/Red Bay
WBTG Radio 2A G 12 Live Audio Cold Springs Sheffield 106.3 FM/Sheffield
WVSA FM 2A G 13 Live Audio West End Lamar County 1380 AM/Vernon
WRLA 1490 AM 2A G 14 Live Audio Gaston Lanett 1490 AM/LaGrange, GA
WACQ-AM & FM 2A G 16 Live Audio Reeltown Sand Rock 101.1 FM/Tallassee
WAMI 3A G 01 Live Audio Hillcrest-Evergreen Opp 102.3 FM/Opp
WOPP 3A G 01 Live Audio Hillcrest-Evergreen Opp 1290 AM/Opp
WFXX 3A G 03 Live Audio Straughn Mobile Christian 107.7 FM/Andalusia
WKNU Radio 3A G 06 Live Audio Wicksburg TR Miller 106.3 FM/Brewton
Bayside Network 3A G 08 Live Audio Bayside Academy Daleville Check school website
WPID Radio 3A G 11 Live Audio Holly Pond Piedmont 1280 AM/Piedmont
Holly Pond Network 3A G 11 Live Audio Holly Pond Piedmont Check school website
WCKA AM 810 3A G 11 Live Audio Holly Pond Piedmont 810 AM/Jacksonville
WYTK FM 3A G 13 Live Audio Geraldine Lauderdale County 93.9 FM/Rogersville
WCRL 3A G 14 Live Audio Locust Fork Ohatchee 1570 AM/Oneonta
WHMA Radio 3A G 14 Live Audio Locust Fork Ohatchee 1390 AM/Anniston
ischoolsportsnetwork.com 3A G 16 Live Audio Randolph County J.B. Pennington ischoolsportsnewtwork.com
WCRL 3A G 16 Live Audio Randolph County J.B. Pennington 1570 AM/Oneonta
WRBZ 95.5 4A G 01 Live Audio Satsuma Saint James 95.5 FM/Montgomery
WTLS 4A G 02 Live Audio Hale County Tallassee 106.5 FM/Tallassee
WAAO-FM 4A G 03 Live Audio AL Christian Andalusia 93.7 FM/Andalusia
WTDR 4A G 05 Live Audio Munford Bibb County 92.7 FM/Talladega
WMRK - HD3 4A G 06 Live Audio Montgomery Catholic Thomasville 107.9 FM/Shorter
WJDB Radio 4A G 06 Live Audio Montgomery Catholic Thomasville 95.5 FM/Thomasville
Eagle 1023 Net 4A G 07 Live Audio West Blocton Handley 102.3 FM/LaGrange, Ga
irockandboogie.com 4A G 07 Live Audio West Blocton Handley irockandboogie.com
AM 710 WNTM 4A G 08 Live Audio UMS-Wright Dale County 710 AM/Mobile
WWWH-FM 4A G 09 Live Audio Hokes Bluff Haleyville 92.7 FM/Haleyville
WEIS Radio 4A G 11 Live Audio Winfield Cherokee County 990 AM/Centre
WKXM Radio 4A G 11 Live Audio Winfield Cherokee County 97.7 FM/Winfield
WZZN Radio 4A G 15 Live Audio Central-Florence Madison Academy 97.7 FM/Union Grove
WFZX 4A G 16 Live Audio Saks Fayette County 1490 AM/Anniston
WLDX AM 990 4A G 16 Live Audio Saks Fayette County 990 AM/Fayette
WOAB FM 104.9 5A G 01 Live Audio Citronelle Carroll 104.9 FM/Ozark
WFEB-AM 1340 5A G 02 Live Audio Sylacauga Calera 1340 AM/Sylacauga
WYEA RADIO 5A G 02 Live Audio Sylacauga Calera 1290 AM/Sylacauga
WHPH 5A G 02 Live Audio Sylacauga Calera 97.7 FM/Clanton
WQSI FM 95.5 5A G 04 Live Audio Dallas County Beauregard 95.5 FM/Auburn
WCKF Radio 5A G 05 Live Audio Jemison Clay Co. Central 100.7 FM/Ashland
WNSP Radio 5A G 06 Live Audio Charles Henderson St. Paul's 105.5 FM/Mobile
WTBF-FM 94.7` 5A G 06 Live Audio Charles Henderson St. Paul's 94.7 FM/Troy
WINL Radio 5A G 07 Live Audio Lincoln Demopolis 98.5 FM/Demopolis
Eufaula Radio.com 5A G 08 Live Audio Jackson Eufaula Check website
WHOD 5A G 08 Live Audio Jackson Eufaula 94.5 FM/Jackson
WGAD Radio 5A G 10 Live Audio Mae Jemison Etowah 930 AM/Gadsden
Huntsville ETV 5A G 10 Live Audio Mae Jemison Etowah Check website
WGOL 100.7 FM and 920 AM 5A G 12 Live Audio Guntersville Russellville 100.7 FM/Russellville
WTWX Radio 5A G 12 Live Audio Guntersville Russellville 95.9 FM/Guntersville
WAFN FM 5A G 13 Live Audio Arab Brooks 92.7 FM/Arab
WKUL-FM 5A G 14 Live Audio West Point Wenonah 92.1 FM/Cullman
WALW 5A G 15 Live Audio Lawrence County Scottsboro 98.3 FM/Moulton
WKEA-FM 5A G 15 Live Audio Lawrence County Scottsboro 98.3 FM/Scottsboro
WWIC 5A G 15 Live Audio Lawrence County Scottsboro 1050 AM/Scottsboro
WCRL 5A G 16 Live Audio Fairfield Hayden 1570 AM/Oneonta
WTXK Radio 6A G 01 Live Audio Saraland Park Crossing 107.5 FM/Montgomery
WLXY-LP Kool 96.9 FM 6A G 02 Live Audio Bessemer City Chelsea 96.9 FM/Chelsea
WMGY 6A G 04 Live Audio Wetumpka McAdory 800 AM/Montgomery
WFFN 95.3 6A G 05 Live Audio Ben Russell Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 95.3 FM/Tuscaloos
WKGA 97.5 FM 6A G 05 Live Audio Benjamin Russell Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 97.5 FM/Alexander City
WJNZ Radio 6A G 06 Live Audio Carver-Montgomery Spanish Fort 1000 AM/Robertsdale
WKKR 6A G 07 Live Audio Paul Bryant Opelika 97.7 FM/Opelika
99.1 FM The Game 6A G 09 Live Audio Homewood Minor 99.1 FM/Birmingham
WAVU 6A G 10 Live Audio Hartselle Albertville 107.5 FM/Albertville
WRJL- 99.9 FM 6A G 10 Live Audio Hartselle Albertville 99.9 FM/Hartselle
WFMH AM 1340 6A G 12 Live Audio Cullman Decatur 1340 AM/Cullman
WWTM AM 6A G 12 Live Audio Cullman Decatur 1400 AM/Decatur
94.1 FM The River 6A G 13 Live Audio Pell City Austin 94.1 FM/Pell City
WEKI 6A G 13 Live Audio Pell City Austin 1490 AM/Decatur
WVOK FM 6A G 15 Live Audio Muscle Shoals Oxford 97.9 FM/Oxford
WFIX Radio 6A G 15 NFHS Livestream Muscle Shoals Oxford 91.3 FM/Florence
WNGL 7A G 01 Live Audio Jeff Davis McGill-Toolen 1410 AM/Mobile
WVVL Radio 7A G 02 Live Audio Baker Enterprise 101.1 FM/Elba
WAGH 101.3 FM 7A G 03 Live Audio Murphy Central-Phenix City 101.3 FM/Phenix City
WGZZ Radio 7A G 04 Live Audio Auburn Davidson 94.3 FM/Auburn
WDJC 93.7 FM 7A G 05 Live Audio Bob Jones Hoover 93.7 FM/Birmingham
WUMP 7A G 05 Live Audio Bob Jones Hoover 730 AM/Madison
PlayAction Sports 7A G 06 Live Audio Spain Park James Clemens Check school website
WYDE fm 7A G 07 Live Audio Oak Mountain Hewitt-Trussville 101.1 FM/Birmingham
Husky Fast Net 7A G 07 Live Audio Oak Mountain Hewitt-Trussville Check school website
WKLS FM 7A G 08 Live Audio Gadsden City Mountain Brook 105.9 FM/Gadsden

Raycom to Feature 7A Battle: Auburn at Davidson in GOW AHSAA Member Schools to Live-Stream 25 Playoff Games Over NFHS Network

       MONTGOMERY – Raycom Media will televise live the Class 7A first-round state football playoff game at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile
Friday night in the Raycom / AHSAA Playoff Game of the Week. It will commence at 7 p.m.
     To find the cable channel serving your area, go to www.pathwaytotheplayoffs.com or go to www.ahsaa.com and click on the Raycom link.
      Fans will also be able to tune in to 25 additional lived-streamed playoff games on the NFHS Network Friday night. The live-streamed events
are being produced by AHSAA member schools in the NFHS Network’s School Broadcast Program or by third parties contracted with the NFHS
Network.
      Coach Fred Riley’s Warriors (9-1) are Coach Adam Winegarden’s Tigers (7-3) are both red hot heading into the playoffs. Davidson is riding
eight-game winning streak since dropping a 39-36 triple-overtime thriller to defending 7A state champion McGill-Toolen Catholic in the second
week of the season.  Auburn began its season 1-2 but rebounded to win its last five games of the regular reason.
       Raycom will pick a playoff game of the week each week leading up to the Super 7 championships at Auburn’s Jordan-Hare Stadium
Nov. 30-Dec. 2.
    NFHS SLATE INCLUDES 16 FOOTBALL GAMES
   
The NFHS Network also plans to live-stream at least 25 football games, one bowling competition and one boys’ basketball game.
One game, Daphne vs. Sidney Lanier, will be live-streamed tonight at Cramton Bowl.
     The slate of football playoff games include one in Class 1A, two in Class 2A, one in Class 3A, five in Class 4A, four in Class 5A,
eight in Class 6A and three in Class 7A.
     Those with NFHS Network subscriptions can tune in to any of these football contests. For more information and instructions on how to
subscribe, go to www.ahsaa.com and click on the NFHS Network icon on the front page of the website or go to www.nfhsnetwork.com.
      A direct link to the Alabama page is: https://goo.gl/jXVedC

     AHSAA member high schools produce these contests through the NFHS Network School Broadcast Program (SBP). Interested schools can
contact Matt Abramson at: matt.abramson@nfhsnetwork.com.


 

 

 

 

RAYCOM / AHSAA PLAYOFF GAME OF THR WEEK

Nov. 4 - 7:00 PM: Auburn at Davidson

www.pathtotheplayoffs.com


Start Time

CL

Title

Producer

URL

BOWLING

Brooks HS SBP

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/brooks-high-school-killen-al/fafe0cad5f

Nov. 3, 5 PM

6A

Cullman Boys & Girls

Cullman HS SBP

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/cullman-high-school-cullman-al/b2f922efe7

BOYS BASKETBALL

Nov. 3, 5:30 PM

2A

Luverne vs. Goshen

Goshen HS SBP

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/goshen-high-school-goshen-al/a5f78244c0

AHSAA FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS

Nov 04, 7 PM

1A

McKenzie vs. Sweet Water

Sweet Water HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 7 PM

2A

Goshen vs. Verbena

Goshen HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 7 PM

2A

R.C. Hatch vs. Elba

Keeping It Real Network

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 7 PM

3A

American Christian vs. Pike County

Pike County HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 7 PM

4A

Central-Florence vs. Madison Academy

Madison Academy SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 7 PM

4A

Cordova vs. Jacksonville

Jacksonville HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 6:30 PM

4A

Munford vs. Bibb County

FNN Network

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 5:50 PM

4A

Randolph vs. Rogers

Randolph HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 6:30 PM

4A

West Blocton at Handley

Eagle 102.3

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 6:40 PM

5A

Arab vs. Brooks

Brooks HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 6:40 PM

5A

Arab vs. Brooks

Arab HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 7 PM

5A

Guntersville vs. Russellville

Russellville HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 7 PM

5A

Hartselle vs. Albertville

Albertville HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 7 PM

5A

Lawrence County at Scottsboro

Lawrence Co. HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 6:30 PM

6A

Ben. Russell vs. Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa

Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov. 03, 7 p.m.

6A

Daphne at Sidney Lanier

Tri-County Sports

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 7 PM

6A

Decatur vs. Cullman

Cullman HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 6:45 PM

6A

Hartselle vs. Albertville

Hartselle HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov. 04, 7 p.m.

6A

Homewood at Minor

Prattville HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 7 PM

6A

Muscle Shoals vs. Oxford

Muscle Shoals HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 7 PM

6A

Paul W. Bryant vs. Opelika

Opelika HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 6:30 PM

6A

Saraland vs. Park Crossing

Saraland HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 7 PM

7A

Baker vs. Enterprise

Enterprise HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 6:50 PM

7A

Bob Jones vs. Hoover

Hoover HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC

Nov 04, 7 PM

7A

Jeff Davis vs. McGill-Toolen Catholic

McGill-Toolen Catholic HS SBP

https://goo.gl/jXVedC


20 Unbeaten Teams, 7 defending champions In Field as AHSAA State Football Playoffs Begin

     MONTGOMERY – All seven defending state football champions and 20 unbeaten teams are among the 208-team state playoff field announced by the Alabama High School Athletic Association Saturday morning.
     The state football playoffs get underway Thursday night, Nov. 3, with two Class 6A first-round games, and 102 games are scheduled for Friday, Nov. 4. All contests are scheduled to kick off at 7 p.m.
     State champions will be crowned in seven classifications with 32 schools competing in Classes 1A through 6A through five rounds of play, and 16 competing in four playoff rounds in Class 7A. The ultimate goal of each is to compete in the Super 7 State Football Finals at Auburn University’s Jordan-Hare Stadium Nov. 30-Dec. 2.
      The playoffs began in 1966 with just four teams competing for the Class 4A state title. The playoffs expanded to four classifications in 1967, to six in 1984 and seven in 2014. This will be the third year of competition in seven classes.
       This year’s playoffs mark the 51th anniversary of the AHSAA’s storied playoff completion. One school, Sidney Lanier, competed in the first playoff in 1966 that featured four schools and will be in the field for the 2016 playoffs.
        AHSAA TV partner Raycom Media will for the second straight year telecast the Raycom / AHSAA Playoff Game of the Week over the next four weeks, culminating with Raycom televising all seven state championship games at Auburn. Next Friday’s Game of the Week will be Auburn (7-3) versus Davidson (9-1) in  Class 7A first-round battle at Ladd-Peebles Stadium at 7 p.m. Coach Fred Riley’s Warriors will be home team finishing second to McGill-Toolen Catholic in Region 1. McGill beat Davidson 39-36 in overtime
       The seven defending state champions include Class 1A Maplesville (9-0); Class 2A Elba (8-2); Class 3A Piedmont (10-0); Class 4A Leeds (8-2); Class 5A St. Paul’s Episcopal (7-3);  Class 6A Spanish Fort (8-2); and Class 7A McGill-Toolen (10-0).
    Piedmont head coach Steve Smith notched the 200th win of his prep coaching career earlier this season, His Bulldogs won the AHSAA’s current longest football winning streak (20) heading into the 3A playoffs. McGill-Toolen, coached by Caleb Ross, has a 19-game winning streak and Maplesville, coached by Brent Hubbert, is currently riding an 18-game streak.
   In addition, 17 other unbeaten schools head into the state playoffs including Carroll-Ozark (10-0). The Eagles, coached by Roger McDonald, finished 10-0 in the regular season for the first time since 1930 after going just 1-9 in 2014.  Class 4A Rogers (10-0), coached by Randall Martin, recorded its first unbeaten regular season in school history.
   Montgomery’s newest high school Park Crossing, coached by Smitty Grider, is undefeated a 10-0 in just its third season.
  Unbeaten teams by class in the playoffs include: (Class 1A) Maplesville (9-0); Georgiana (10-0), Linden (10-0), Wadley (9-0), Addison (10-0); (Class 2A) G.W. Long (9-0); Fyffe (10-0); LaFayette (10-0); (Class 3A) Gordo (10-0); Piedmont (10-0); (Class 4A) Rogers (10-0); Class 5A: Carroll (10-0); Scottsboro (10-0); (Class 6A) Park Crossing (10-0); Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (10-0); Oxford (10-0); (Class 7) McGill-Toolen Catholic (10-0); and Hewitt-Trussville (10-0).
        The NFHS Network plans to live-stream selected games each week with several member schools planning to live-stream contests over the NFHS Network School Broadcast Program as well.
       All games will be listed at www.ahsaa.com as well www.nfhsnetwork.com. More than 50 first-round games are expected to be broadcast by local radio stations as well. The AHSAA Radio Network will also host a statewide scoreboard show during the state playoffs. Check the AHSAA website for more details.
    Second-round playoff games are scheduled for Friday, Nov. 11, followed by the quarterfinals on Nov. 18, the semifinals Nov. 25.


John Carroll Catholic Forfeits 2 Football Wins

John Carroll Catholic High School has been fined, placed on probation for one year and ordered to forfeit two varsity football wins for violating the AHSAA eligibility rules. The school self-reported the violation.

John Carroll played an ineligible student in violation of the AHSAA Overlapping School Zones Rule found on page 35 of the 2016-17 AHSAA Handbook, which states a student that transfers from a school within overlapping school zones is ineligible for one year at the new school. The school must forfeit all contests its team won in which the student participated. Forfeits include victories over Moody and Springville high schools.

The probationary period is a warning that other violations of this nature could bring further sanctions against the school.


AHSAA Prep Spotlight for Week 9 Cedar Bluff’s Isaiha Jones Shines As Tigers Clinch 1A, Region 6 Title

    MONTGOMERY – Cedar Bluff High School junior running back Isaiha Jones was a workhorse for the Tigers Friday night with numerous big plays while rushing for 260 yards and four touchdowns on 20 carries in a 29-24 win over previously unbeaten Spring Garden.
    His biggest run of the night came with 1:09 left in the fourth quarter, however, when he bulled ahead for five yards inside the Panthers’ 10-yard line to notch a final first down that allowed Coach Jonathan McWhorter’s team to clinch the Class 1A, Region 6 title and a top seed in next week’s AHSAA Class 1A state playoffs.
    Jones grabbed the AHSAA Prep Spotlight for Week 9 with the effort for Cedar Bluff (7-2). Teammate Ivory Starr added 166 yards on 29 carries for the Tigers.
    Spring Garden (8-1), coached by Jason Howard, got a big effort from Ben Ivey, who had 175 yards on 23 carries and scored two touchdowns. The Panthers clinched second in Region 6.
    The effort edged out another outstanding rushing performance by C.J. Roberts of Carroll High School in Ozark. He set a single-game school record with 346 yards rushing and four touchdowns as the Eagles (9-0), coached by Roger McDonald, beat Greenville in Class 5A, Region 2 to close out their first region title since winning the area crown in 1989.

MILESTONE
YANCEY WINS 251ST: Fred Yancey, the head football coach at Briarwood Christian (8-1) guided the Lions to a 12-7 win over Pleasant Grove and the 5A, Region 5 title with a perfect 7-0 record – and recorded the 251st win of his outstanding career in the process. Briarwood’s 43-21 win over Shelby County the previous week placed the veteran coach in an elite group of just five active AHSAA prep football coaches with at least 250 wins. The others include: Buddy Anderson, Vestavia Hills (325-239); Danny Horn, Benjamin Russell (280-77); Terry Curtis, UMS-Wright (274-82); Dale Pruitt, Albertville (263-118).  Yancey is 251-90 in 27 seasons at Briarwood and 292-110-1 overall. He coached 41 wins out of state early in his career.
    The Lions clinched a playoff berth for the 24th year in a row. Yancey’s teams have won three state championships and are 51-20 overall in playoff contests.

ALABAMA ALL-STAR WATCH:
MARLON WILLIAMS, McGILL-TOOLEN CATHOLIC:  Williams, a Southern Cal commitment who was selected to play in the 30th annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Football Game at Cramton Bowl Dec. 10, had eight receptions for 156 yards and three touchdowns as defending state champion McGill-Toolen beat Theodore 43-7 to win its 18th straight game,. His TDs went for 10, 41 and 55 yards.
JUSTIN THOMAS, SPANISH FORT: The Toros linebacker had nine tackles, including three behind the line of scrimmage, as defending Class 6A state champion Spanish Fort beat B.C. Rain 31-20.  Thomas was selected as a member of the defense for the upcoming Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game.

Other top performances reported included:

RUSHING
SPENCER BROWN, MORTIMER JORDAN: Had 328 yards rushing and six touchdowns to help the Blue Devils beat Hayden 60-36 and claim the Class 5A, Region 6 crown. He had 220 yards and four TDs at the half.
TRAKEVON HUGHEY, REELTOWN: Gained 291 yards rushing on 16 carries and had four touchdowns in the Rebels’ 52-42 win over Fayetteville.
LANDON LAWSON, GAYLESVILLE: Ran for 277 yards on 20 carries with four touchdowns to lead the Trojans to a 50-24 victory and ended a seven-game losing streak.
DARIUS BRACY, BAKER: Had 235 yards rushing on 19 carries and scored twice as Baker beat Foley 42-14. He also completed 9-of-17 passes for 101 yards and another score to finish with 336 total yards.
DEKARLOS BILLINGSLEY, SCOTTSBORO: The senior rushed 25 times for 222 yards and four touchdowns in a 56-26 win over Etowah to give the Wildcats (9-0) the Class 5A, Region 7 championship.
DILAN KILPATRICK, FYFFE:  Rushed 19 times for 217 yards and three touchdowns in the Red Devils’ 56-14 win over Gaston. Teammate Payton Anderson added 101 yards and two scores on just four carries.
ZALON REYNOLDS, CHELSEA: Ran for 211 yards on 20 carries and had three touchdowns as the Hornets sewed up second seed in Class 6A, Region 3 with a 51-23 win over Helena.  He scored on runs of 11, 29 and 59 yards. Chelsea defeated Helena 51-23.
JEREMIAH WHITE, GENEVA COUNTY: Rushed for 203 yards and three touchdowns on 22 carries in the Bulldogs’ 48-19 win over Barbour County.
MACKENZIE HICKS, G.W. LONG: Rushed for 197 yards on just 12 carries including a 73-yard TD run in a 41-13 win over Cottonwood.
MICHAEL MATTHEWS, UMS-WRIGHT: Totaled 197 rushing yards and five touchdowns on 18 carries as the Bulldogs downed Monroe County 42-0.
REGGIE WASHINGTON, OPP: Rushed for 184 yards and three touchdowns and added a 58-yard interception return for a touchdown, helping Opp edge Daleville 32-29 and win the Class 3A, Region 2 title.
ANTONIO ROBINSON, AUSTIN: The Black Bears’ workhorse had 33 carries for 167 yards and all three touchdowns as Austin captured the Class 6A, Region 8 title with a 20-13 win over Athens.
DONTE EDWARDS, DAVIDSON: Helped the Warriors clinch the second seed in Class 7A, Region 1 with 162 yards rushing and two TDs on 14 carries as Davidson beat Murphy 41-14.
JAXTON CARSON, CENTRAL-PHENIX CITY: Ran 15 times for 160 yards with three touchdowns in the Red Devils' 58-3 victory over Prattville High. That gave the senior running back 1,040 yards in nine games this season. The Red Devils had six different players score touchdowns in the contest while rolling up 588 total yards of offense.
BRADY SHERRILL, HALEYVILLE: The senior running back had 213 total yards and five touchdowns in Haleyville's 38-0 win over Fayette County. He had 123 yards rushing and three scores on 14 carries and eight receptions for 90 yards and two scores.
KAINAN POUNCY, DALEVILLE: Rushed for 195 yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries in a 32-29 loss to Opp.
DAMON WILLIAMS, GADSDEN CITY: Rushed for 176 yards and three touchdowns on 13 carries as the Titans beat Huntsville 48-21. Teammate Ryan Sparks also completed 8-of-13 passes for 148 yards and three touchdowns.
BRANDON COSBY, MAE JEMISON: Had 14 carries for 177 yards and three touchdowns (64, 31 and 22 yards) in a 34-21 win over Lawrence County.
CHRISTIAN COLLINS, BOAZ: Ran for 167 yards and four touchdowns in a 42-0 win at Douglas.

PASSING
JACOB FREE, BRANTLEY: Passed for 296 yards and five touchdowns on a 13-of-19 performance as Brantley sealed second seed in 1A, Region 2 with a 63-7 win over McKenzie. 
MALIK CUNNINGHAM, PARK CROSSING: Was 13-of-18 passing for 243 yards and four touchdowns and tacked on 156 yards rushing and two more scores on 16 carries as the Thunderbirds downed Clay-Chalkville 56-17.
GRAYSON EDGEMON, MADISON ACADEMY: Completed 21-of-25 passes for 273 yards and four TDs in a 54-14 win over DAR.
CADE PRICE, SLOCOMB: Passed for 261 yards and three touchdowns in a 47-27 win over Straughn.

SCOTT McALPINE, HALEYVILLE: Was 16-of -28 passing for 246 yards and two touchdowns as the Lions blanked Fayette County 38-0 to win the Class 4A, Region 6 title – the school’s first region crown since 1993.

GRAYSON WAKEFIELD, DECATUR HERITAGE: Was 8-of-13 passing for 267 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 76 yards and another TD on eight carries in the Eagles’ 42-26 win over Lynn.
TYREEN DUPREE, CHEROKEE COUNTY: Accounted for 253 total yards and three-touchdowns as the Warriors knocked off previously unbeaten Jacksonville 35-21 to clinch the Class 4A, Region 6 championship. Dupree finished the game rushing for 110 yards on 23 carries and three touchdowns (1, 5, 35 yards). He also completed 10-of-17 pass attempts for 143 yards.

CASEY BAYNES, TALLASSEE: Was 9-of-11 passing for 2054 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for 98 yards and a TD on 14 carries in a 56-22 win over Elmore County.
BUBBA McDANIEL, DOTHAN: Passed for 190 yards with a touchdown and rushed for 79 yards on 22 carries and caught a TD pass as the Tigers came from a 20-0 deficit to beat rival Northview 21-20.
PAYNE STANCIL, WEST END: Threw five touchdown passes as the Patriots rolled past Winston County 73-28 to earn a playoff spot. Teammate Jordan Malin rushed for three scores on the night.

DALEN MORRIS, MADISON COUNTY: Accounted for six touchdowns in a 51-21 win over Westminster Christian with TD passes covering 43, 40, 26 and 10 yards two scoring runs for 50 and 20 yards. He also had a two-point conversion.

 

 

PASS RECEIVING
CODY COLLIER, ALBERTVILLE: Caught eight passes for 213 yards and two TDs in a 42-28 win over Southside-Gadsden.
TRACE MEADOW, HORSESHOE BEND: Had two receptions for 114 yards and two scores, one coming on a 99-yard connection from quarterback Cade Worthy, and had a TD rushing in a 33-8 win over Woodland. Worthy finished 6-of-8 for 183 yards and two TDs.

DARIUS SMITH, SLOCOMB: Caught five passes for 168 yards and two scores and rushed 31 times for 159 yards and a pair of touchdowns as the Red Tops beat Straughn 47-27.
CONNER HOWELL, GARDENDALE: Had 148 yards receiving with TD receptions covering 78 and 40 yards as the Rockets beat Center Point 55-26.

DEFENSE
JONATHAN NORRIS, BALDWIN COUNTY: Had 12 tackles, two fumble recoveries and returned an interception 20 yards for a TD in Baldwin County’s 28-20 win over LeFlore.
COLIN DUNCAN, SAINT JAMES: Had three interceptions, returning one 52 yards for a TD, and the Trojans beat Trinity Presbyterian 31-21 to finish the Class 4A, Region 2 race unbeaten.
TYLER McCLUNG, WEST MORGAN: Helped his team seal a playoff spot in Class 3A, Region 8 with two interceptions in a 17-7 win over Lexington.
QUARTEZ HENDERSON, CHEROKEE COUNTY: Returned an interception 50 yards for the game-tying touchdown with less than a minute left in the first half in the Warriors' 35-21 victory over previously unbeaten Jacksonville to clinch the Class 4A, Region 6 championship. He also caught six passes for 61 yards.
EVANS WRIGHT, SCOTTSBORO: Made 11 tackles with four for losses in the Wildcats’ 56-26 win over Etowah. Teammate Justin Culver added 10 stops.
WILL SMITH, GAYLESVILLE: Led the Trojans defense with nine tackles and two fumble recoveries in a 50-24 victory over Jacksonville Christian.
TRAVIS SAUNDERS, VESTAVIA HILLS: Scored two touchdowns on fumble returns near the goal line as the Rebels beat Tuscaloosa County 41-0. His returns were 6 and 3 yards.
REED WALKER, WEST LIMESTONE: Had two interceptions on defense in West Limestone’s 26-19 win over Deshler.

SPECIAL TEAMS
JEFF KIRKLAND, DECATUR: Kicked a game-winning 32-yard field goal in the closing seconds of a 23-22 victory over Muscle Shoals.
DEE WILLIAMS, ELBA: Accounted for five touchdowns in four different ways during a 48-21 win over Zion Chapel. He returned a kickoff 92 yards for a TD, rushed for two scores, caught a 71-yard TD pass and tossed a touchdown pass.
CAMERON BUSH, CHARLES HENDERSON: Kicked three field goals (22, 27 and 31 yards) and converted all three extra-point attempts as the Trojans beat Headland 44-10.
BAILEY POTTER, SCOTTSBORO: The senior kicked eight extra point to run his current consecutive streak to 32 in a row as the Wildcats (9-0) beat Etowah 56-36.
MYLES HENDERSON, DAPHNE: Returned a punt 60 yards for one TD and caught a 56-yard TD pass as Daphne beat Robertsdale 41-7 for its seventh straight win.


Robert E. Lee Forfeits 6 Football Wins

Robert E. Lee High School of Montgomery has been fined, placed on probation for one year and ordered to forfeit six varsity football wins for violating the AHSAA eligibility rules. The school self-reported the violation.

Lee played an ineligible student in violation of the AHSAA Suspensions Rule found on page 36 of the 2016-17 AHSAA Handbook, which states a transfer student must in in good standing with the student’s previous school(s). The school must forfeit all contests its team won in which the student participated. Forfeits include Class 7A, Region 2 wins over Smiths Station, Prattville and Jeff Davis and non-region wins over Sidney Lanier, Park Crossing and Carver-Montgomery high schools. Consequently, Jeff Davis is now the fourth seed and will advance the first round of the Class 7A state football playoffs next week. 

The probationary period is a warning that other violations of this nature could bring further sanctions against the school.


19 Events Slated for NFHS Network Raycom / AHSAA Game of the Week Features Cordova at Hamilton

       MONTGOMERY – Raycom Media will televise Robert E. Lee High School at Enterprise tonight at Wildcats Stadium in a Class 7A football
 contest tonight as the Raycom / AHSAA Game of the week.
     The Generals (6-2) of Coach Tyrone Rogers and the Wildcats (8-1) of Coach David Faulkner are rivals in Region 2.
    The NFHS Network also plans to live-stream at least 19 events including 16 football games Thursday and Friday – four designated as NFHS
Network Alabama Games of the Week – and four NFHS Network school broadcast programs plan to live-stream volleyball action from the North
Super Regional volleyball championships Friday and Saturday.
      Raycom, which plans to televise over its Raycom Network a Game of the Week each Thursday through the regular season and then
one game each Friday during the state football playoffs, features the outstanding broadcast team of play-by-play announcer Graham Dunn,
color commentator Mike Peacock and sideline reporter Christina Chambers. Raycom will also televise live all seven AHSAA Super 7 state
championship games at Auburn Nov. 30-Dec. 2 and the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game at Cramton Bowl on Dec. 10.
The playoff game to be telecast will be announced each week.
     Next Thursday’s final regular-season Game of the Week will be James Clemens vs. Austin. Raycom will televise an AHSAA state playoff
Game of the Week the next four Friday nights and then culminate its football coverage with all seven Super 7 state championship games
at Auburn University Nov. 30-Dec. 2 and the 30th annual Alabama Mississippi All-Star Classic at Montgomery’s Cramton Bowl on Dec. 10.
To find the cable channel serving your area, go to www.pathwaytotheplayoffs.com or go to www.ahsaa.com and click on the Raycom link.

NFHS SLATE INCLUDES 16 FOOTBALL GAMES
   
The NFHS Network announced earlier this week three games designated as NFHS Network “Alabama Games of the Week.” Those include: tonight’s
Class 7A Lee-Montgomery at Enterprise contest and Class 6A Muscle Shoals vs. Decatur and Class 5A Arab vs. Guntersville Friday.
     A total of 16 football contests will be live-streamed over the NFHS Network School Broadcast Program platform this weekend. Albertville,
Hartselle, Jacksonville and Randolph also plan to live-stream their schools’ matches at the North Super Regional Volleyball Tournament at
Huntsville Friday and Saturday.
    All games currently uploaded are listed below.
     Those with NFHS Network subscriptions can tune in to any of these football contests. For more information and instructions on how to
subscribe, go to www.ahsaa.com and then click on the NFHS Network icon on the front page of the website or go to www.nfhsnetwork.com.
     AHSAA member high schools produce these contests through the NFHS Network School Broadcast Program (SBP). Interested schools can

contact Matt Abramson at: matt.abramson@nfhsnetwork.com or call 843-324-8695.

 

 

RAYCOM / AHSAA THURSDAY GAME OF THR WEEK

 

Oct. 20 - 7:00 PM

R.E. Lee vs. Enterprise

 

 

NFHS NETWORK SCHOOL BROADCAST PROGRAM LIVE-STREAM SCHEDULE

TIME

EVENT

NFHS SBP PRODUCER

URL


Volleyball (North Super Regional)

Oct 21- 12:45 PM

Ramsay vs. Albertville

Albertville HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/albertville-high-school-albertville-al/289b6ff9f2

Oct. 21 - 10:15 AM

Randolph vs. Cordova

Randolph HS

TBA

Oct. 21 - 10:15 AM

Jacksonville vs. Priceville

Jacksonville HS

TBA

Oct. 21 - 10:15 AM

Harselle vs. Gardendale

Hartselle HS

TBA

Football

Oct 20- 7:00 PM

7A: R. E. Lee vs. Enterprise

Enterprise HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/enterprise-high-school-enterprise-al/c398d87edf

Oct 21- 6:20 PM

7A: Foley vs. Baker

Foley HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/foley-high-school-foley-al/9640dc426e

Oct 21- 7:00 PM

7A: McGill-Toolen vs. Theodore

McGill-Toolen HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/mcgilltoolen-catholic-high-school-mobile-al/4dd1eedd4e

Oct 21- 7:00 PM

7A: Ramsay vs. Smiths Station

Smiths Station HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/smiths-station-high-school-smiths-al/f5e254a5fe

Oct 21- 7:00 PM

6A: Albertville vs. Southside-Gadsden

Albertville HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/albertville-high-school-albertville-al/959c2010ff

Oct 21- 7:00 PM

6A: Cullman vs. Brewer

Cullman HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/cullman-high-school-cullman-al/628ab87550

Oct 21- 6:35 PM

6A: Muscle Shoals vs. Decatur

Muscle Shoals HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/muscle-shoals-high-school-muscle-shoals-al/94b689f736

Oct 21- 7:00 PM

6A: Northview vs. Dothan

Northview HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/northview-high-school-dothan-al/d287267bc3

Oct 21- 6:45 PM

6A: Opelika vs. Pelham

Opelika HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/opelika-high-school-opelika-al/0649ca3854

Oct 21- 7:00 PM

6A: Shades Valley vs. John Carroll

Shades Valley HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/shades-valley-high-school-birmingham-al/015258a74c

Oct 21- 7:00 PM

5A: Arab vs. Guntersville

Arab HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/arab-high-school-arab-al/e309168ab0

Oct 21- 6:40 PM

5A: Brooks vs. East Limestone

Brooks HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/brooks-high-school-killen-al/5d879f2fd9

Oct 21- 7:00 PM

5A: Russellville vs. Ardmore

Russellville HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/russellville-high-school-russellville-al/4da856b3a5

Oct 21- 6:30 PM

1A: Donoho vs. Wadley

Eagle 102.3 Radio

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/eagle-1023/350b2c11ae

Oct 21- 6:30 PM

1A: Fruitdale vs. Sweet Water

Sweet Water HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/sweet-water-high-school-sweet-water-al/04dc7e159b