MONTGOMERY – A total of 26 events are scheduled to be live-streamed over the NFHS Network this weekend by AHSAA member schools. Five volleyball matches are set for today with the headliner McGill-Toolen Catholic vs. Spanish Fort being produced by the Spanish Fort School Broadcast Program. Vestavia Hills is live-streaming its junior varsity and varsity matches with defending Class 7A state champion Mountain Brook, Russellville will be live-streaming its match with Lawrence County, and Smiths Station plans to live-stream its match with Shaw of Columbus, GA.
Florence and Muscle Shoals will each be producing the Falcons-Trojans football contest at Braly Stadium Friday night at Florence in the AHSAA NFHS Network Featured Game of the Week. Coach B.J. Wallace’s Falcons (0-1) are looking for their first win and Coach Scott Basden’s Trojans (1-1) are looking to put last week’s loss to Spain Park behind them as both teams open play in Class 6A, Region 7. Both schools’ SBP programs have been recognized by the NFHS Network in past years as among the best in the nation.
A total of 20 football games are scheduled for Friday night with at least one game in each classification. In Class 3A, Ohatchee (2-0), which reached the semifinals of the state playoffs last season, faces Randolph County, which reached the quarterfinals from the same region, in a key opener for Region 5 teams Friday night. This contest is shaping up to be one of the best in the state this week. Coach Pat Prestridge’s Tigers (1-0). The game will be live-streamed by Eagle 102.3, a third-party producer for the NFHS Network SBP program.
Seven Class 6A contests are on tap and five in Class 7A.
Cullman High School plans to live-stream the Bearcats’ Class 6A, Region 7 home opener versus Albertville (2-0) Friday. CHS will also live-stream its own Bearcats 2-Mile Invitational cross country meet Saturday.
The complete list scheduled on the NFHS Network is listed. To subscribe to the NFHS Network, click on: http://watch.nfhsnetwork.com/rewards-signup/
NFHS NETWORK SCHEDULE OF AHSAA EVENTS
McGill-Toolen Catholic vs. Spanish Fort Spanish Fort SBP
Mountain Brook vs. Vestavia Hills JV Vestavia Hills SBP
Mountain Brook vs. Vestavia Hills (Varsity) Vestavia Hills SBP
Russellville vs. Lawrence County Russellville SBP
Shaw (GA) vs. Smiths Station Smiths Station SBP
AHSAA Sept. 8
Sweet Water at A.L. Johnson Sweet Water SBP
Goshen at Calhoun Goshen SBP
Geneva at Houston Academy Geneva SBP
Randolph County at Ohatchee NFHS producer Eagle 102.3
Monroe County at Andalusia Andalusia SBP
Russellville at Lee-Huntsville Russellville SBP
St. John Paul II Catholic at Lawrence Co. Lawrence Co. SBP
Albertville at Cullman Cullman SBP
Carver-Montgomery at Opelika Opelika SBP
Daphne at Saraland Saraland SBP
Gulf Shores at Spanish Fort Spanish Fort SBP
Hartselle at Athens Hartselle SBP
Muscle Shoals at Florence Florence SBP
Muscle Shoals at Florence Muscle Shoals SBP
Northridge at Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa Hillcrest SBP
Hoover at Mountain Brook Hoover SBP
James Clemens at Bob Jones James Clemens SBP
Prattville at Enterprise Enterprise SBP
Smiths Station at Jeff Davis Jeff Davis SBP
Spain Park at Vestavia Hills Vestavia Hills SBP
Cullman High School2-Mile Invitational Cullman SBP
INDIANAPOLIS, IN (August 29, 2017) —Mark Koski, director of sports, events and development at the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) for the past 10 years, has been selected chief executive officer of the NFHS Network. Koski’s appointment by the NFHS Network Board of Directors is effective September 1.
The NFHS Network, a joint venture between the NFHS, its member state associations and PlayOn! Sports, provides live and on-demand video of high school sports events through a digital network available at www.NFHSNetwork.com and on Apple TV. The NFHS Network, now in its fifth year of operation, covered more than 25,000 events last year involving 27 sports and activities.
Koski will continue to serve on the NFHS administrative staff as director of marketing and will divide his time between the NFHS Network headquarters in Atlanta and the NFHS office in Indianapolis.
“The NFHS Network Board of Directors sees in Mark Koski a person who has a powerful passion for the mission and potential of the NFHS Network,” said Jack Roberts, president of the NFHS Network Board of Directors and executive director of the Michigan High School Athletic Association. “He was involved with the Network when it was only an idea, has been instrumental in expanding its reach and has great ideas for furthering its success.
“Most important to the Board is that Mark has an excellent understanding of the needs of state high school associations, having served in the New Mexico association office and then serving all state associations during his decade on the NFHS staff; and he has gained the trust and respect of my counterparts across the country,” Roberts continued. “The hiring of Mark Koski and the location of the Network CEO in Indianapolis signal the next important phase in the development of the NFHS Network, which provides the NFHS its most significant tool ever for promoting the values of school-sponsored sports to students, schools and society.”
Since joining the NFHS staff in 2007, Koski has directed all major NFHS events and meetings. He also has been editor of the NFHS Soccer Rules Book and NFHS Field Hockey Rules Book and served on the NFHS Rules Review Committee.
Koski has been responsible for a tremendous growth in corporate partnerships for the NFHS the past five years as director of development. Currently, the NFHS has more than 20 corporate partners with total corporate revenue of $2.2 million annually. He also has led the national #MyReasonWhy public relations campaign the past two years and has been staff liaison with the NFHS Network since its formation in 2013.
“We are excited about the opportunities that Mark’s appointment brings both to the NFHS and the NFHS Network,” said Bob Gardner, NFHS executive director. “We see the integration of NFHS marketing opportunities with the NFHS Network as a win-win for both organizations.”
Prior to joining the NFHS staff in 2007, Koski was assistant director of the New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA) for four years, where he served as director of corporate development. He helped the NMAA increase its annual corporate sponsorship revenue from $27,000 to $700,000. He also was instrumental in starting the NMAA Foundation, which raised more than $100,000 in its first year of existence.
Koski graduated from Highland High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1995. He earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education from the University of New Mexico in 2000, where he was a decathlete and 400-meter sprinter for the Lobo track and field team for four years, and his master’s degree in sport administration from UNM in 2003. As a member of the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA), Koski earned his Certified Athletic Administrator (CAA) status in 2005 and his Certified Master Athletic Administrator (CMAA) in 2007. He is currently in the final phase of receiving his doctorate in educational administration.
Prior to joining the NMAA, Koski was a physical education and special education teacher at Manzano High School in Albuquerque for three years. He served as head track and field coach at Manzano for one year, where he helped increase participation from 30 to 130 student-athletes. Koski also served as assistant football coach for three years and assistant track coach for two years.
During his time with the NMAA, Koski served on the NFHS Baseball Rules Committee and the NFHS Track and Field Rules Committee. At the state level, Koski was president-elect of the New Mexico Sports Hall of Fame Board of Directors and a member of the Board of Directors of the New Mexico Games and the New Mexico Track and Cross Country Coaches Association.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to take the NFHS Network to new heights as its chief executive officer,” Koski said. “After serving 10 years at the NFHS national office, I have learned how important and influential our state associations are to the success of the NFHS and our NFHS Network. Building and fostering relationships with the state associations has always been a priority of mine, and I will take that with me to the NFHS Network. Great things lie ahead for the NFHS, its member associations and our Network – I am honored to be a part of it.”
contact Matt Abramson at: firstname.lastname@example.org 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
NFHS SBP PRODUCER
Volleyball (North Super Regional)
Oct 21- 12:45 PM
Ramsay vs. Albertville
Oct. 21 - 10:15 AM
Randolph vs. Cordova
Jacksonville vs. Priceville
Harselle vs. Gardendale
Oct 20- 7:00 PM
7A: R. E. Lee vs. Enterprise
Oct 21- 6:20 PM
7A: Foley vs. Baker
Oct 21- 7:00 PM
7A: McGill-Toolen vs. Theodore
7A: Ramsay vs. Smiths Station
Smiths Station HS
6A: Albertville vs. Southside-Gadsden
6A: Cullman vs. Brewer
Oct 21- 6:35 PM
6A: Muscle Shoals vs. Decatur
Muscle Shoals HS
6A: Northview vs. Dothan
Oct 21- 6:45 PM
6A: Opelika vs. Pelham
6A: Shades Valley vs. John Carroll
Shades Valley HS
5A: Arab vs. Guntersville
Oct 21- 6:40 PM
5A: Brooks vs. East Limestone
5A: Russellville vs. Ardmore
Oct 21- 6:30 PM
1A: Donoho vs. Wadley
Eagle 102.3 Radio
1A: Fruitdale vs. Sweet Water
Sweet Water HS
MONTGOMERY – A scoring flurry in the third quarter of Randolph’s 56-21 victory over DAR resulted in four touchdowns on four consecutive plays – propelling the Class 4A, Region 7 rivals into the AHSAA Football Record Book and into the AHSAA Prep Spotlight for Week 8.
It started with 3:00 on the clock when receiver Antonio Nichols of DAR, coached by Robert Rhoades, hauled in a 5-yard pass from quarterback Will Bailey to cut the Raiders’ lead to 42-7. On the ensuing kickoff, Randolph running back Sam Kimel returned the kickoff 81 yards for a touchdown as the Raiders of Coach Nick Flanagan stretched the lead to 48-7. On Randolph’s kickoff, Patriots return man Brayden Lewis raced 92 yards for a DAR TD. Kimel, waiting at his own 20-yard line, took the following DAR kickoff at his 21 and raced 78 yards for yet another score.
The three kickoffs in a row tied the AHSAA state record set in 2012. Elba and Vincent were the first two high school teams in the nation to accomplish the feat when the Tigers and Yellow Jackets opened the second half of their 2012 Class 2A state playoff game won by Elba 59-22. Elba had the first and third returns and Vincent got the one in the middle.
According to research conducted in 2012, no schools at the high school, college or NFL level had any evidence of back-to-back-to-back kickoff returns for TDs in football history.
Kimel’s efforts didN'T end with the two kickoff returns. He also scored twice on interception returns covering 75 and 35 yards, respectively, to give him four touchdowns without an offensive snap in Randolph’s win.
The scoring flurry edged out the passing effort of Davidson senior quarterback Cephus Johnson and his favorite receiver Demorris Coleman. The Warriors of Coach Fred Riley nipped Jackson 50-49 as Johnson passed for a school-record 410 yards. He was 21-of-34 with four touchdown passes. Coleman had nine catches for 228 yards and two scores.
KAITLYN ROGERS, SPRING GARDEN: Connected on 3-of-4 extra points and was also crowned homecoming queen during the Panthers' 45-0 victory over Holy Spirit.
JAXTON CARSON, CENTRAL-PHENIX CITY: Ran for 226 yards on 20 carries with three touchdowns as Central rushed for 606 of its 745-yard total in a 59-28 win over Lee-Montgomery. The win gave the Red Devils their third consecutive region title under Coach Jamey DuBose. It was the first time in school history that the team has won three titles in a row. The 606 rushing yards and 745 total yards are also school records. Quarterback Zion Webb also ran for 172 yards on 12 carries with a TD and passed for another 139 yards with a TD in the win.
A large number of outstanding performances were reported over the weekend.
ALEX THOMASON, SYLACAUGA: Had 35 rush attempts for 366 yards and three touchdowns in a 49-34 loss to Central-Clay County. He also had a catch for nine yards.
KOBI McCOY, COLBERT COUNTY: Rushed for a career-high 337 yards and five touchdowns as Colbert County beat Lexington 49-6 in a key, Class 3A, Region 8 battle. McCoy scored on runs of 68, 6, 2, 45 and 52 yards. Colbert County led only 7-0 at the half.
LEE HISBON, TANNER: Rushed for 304 yards and four touchdowns (1, 17, 73 and 57 yards) as the Rattlers beat Cold Springs 50-21 to clinch the Class 2A, Region 7 title.
DWAN JAMES, LEFLORE: Had 20 rush attempts for 302 yards and three touchdowns in the Rattlers’ 30-20 win over Robertsdale.
LEONARD JOHNSON, HAYDEN: The Duke University commitment had 241 yards rushing on 15 carries with three touchdowns on runs of 66, 56 and 59 yards as the Wildcats downed Fairview 50-40. Hayden (7-1), off to its best start since 1992, had 506 yards rushing and 81 passing for 587 total yards. . Junior FB/LB Levi Snider also added 124 yards on four carries with TDs covering 43 and 40 yards.
JACOB DENDY, ALBERTVILLE: Ran for 287 yards and two touchdowns (87 and 37 yards) on 22 carries in a 41-14 win over Fort Payne.
TREVELL SMITH, HOUSTON COUNTY: Rushed for 265 yards and three touchdown on just eight carries as the Lions beat Kinston 55-14.
ANGEL DUARTE, SUSAN MOORE: The senior scored a pair of touchdowns in the closing minutes to break a 21-21 tie and give the Bulldogs a 35-21 victory at Vinemont. He scored first on a 33-yard run with 3:09 to play to put the Bulldogs up 28-21. Then, with Vinemont driving, he intercepted an Eagles pass and streaked 87 yards for another TD to put the game away. He finished the night with 141 yards and a touchdown on just 12 carries, completed his only pass attempt for 15 yards, registered nine tackles and two interceptions on defense and kicked five extra points.
JACOBY BELUE, DESHLER: Ran for a season-high 260 yards and three TDs on 21 carries in a 41-14 win over Danville. Belue scored on runs of 6, 1 and 2 yards for the Tigers.
WILL SPENCER, ARAB: Picked up 248 yards rushing on 11 carries and scored four touchdowns in Arab’s 67-6 win over Douglas.
MICHAEL MOWRY, ARITON: Rushed for 239 yards and a TD on 38 carries and teammate Kape McRae added 91 yards and scored five times (1, 4, 2,, 7 and 3 yards) as the Purple Cats beat Ariton 54-46.
BRADEN CARVER, SAND ROCK: Ran for 267 yards and three touchdowns (9, 55, 9 yards) on 18 carries and also broke a scoreless tie in the second quarter with his 35-yard touchdown catch from junior quarterback Jansen Alexander in the Wildcats' 34-0 victory over Collinsville.
TAYLOR HAYES, PIEDMONT: Finished with 205 yards rushing, four touchdowns and a 2-point conversion on 31 carries as the defending 3A state champion Bulldogs (9-0) won the battle of unbeatens with a 45-35 win over Ohatchee (45-35). Hayes also completed 7-of-10 pass attempts for 88 yards as Piedmont clinched the Class 3A, Region 5 championship.
DARRIAN MEADS, HOKES BLUFF: Rushed 21 times for 207 yards and four touchdowns as the Eagles beat Anniston 35-6 to clinch their first playoff spot since 2007.
KEYSHAWN HARPER, B.C. RAIN: Rushed for 214 yards and three touchdowns as B.C. Rain beat Baldwin County 24-21.
TAJ WOODS, CORDOVA: Rushed for 205 yards on 25 carries and scored one TD as the Blue Devils beat Hamilton 28-7. Teammate Ty Chatman also had an incredible 90-yard catch and run in the third quarter of a Demetrius Kirk pass that set up the clinching TD.
CALEB VINSON, FALKVILLE: Had 19 carries for 179 yards and four touchdowns (22, 12, 9 and 5 yards) 47-14 win at Winston County.
DA’QUARIOUS FRYER, CARROLL: The freshman ran for 187 yards and three touchdowns as unbeaten Carroll (8-0) beat Escambia County 45-0.
JAYLOND ADAMS, MINOR: Scored five touchdowns in the unbeaten Tigers’ 54-28 win over Clay-Chalkville.
GRAYSON WAKEFIELD, DECATUR HERITAGE: Accounted for four offensive touchdowns three different ways as the Eagles beat Sumiton Christian 42-20. He ran for two touchdowns, threw a TD pass and made a touchdown reception. Wakefield finished with 137 yards rushing.
DAMON WILLIAMS, GADSDEN CITY: Rushed 25 times for 172 yards and a touchdown in the Titans' 62-27 win over Sparkman.
JAYCE FISCHER, ST. CLAIR COUNTY: Passed for 373 yards and six touchdowns as the Saints beat Moody 39-35 to snap a six-game losing streak in the series.
TUCKER BROWN, WILSON: Threw a career-high five touchdown passes and ran for another score as Wilson beat Priceville 48-7. Brown’s TD passes went to four different receivers as he threw for 234 yards and rushed for 162 for 396 total yards.
GRAYSON EDGEMON, MADISON ACADEMY: Completed 13-of-16 passes for 275 yards and three touchdowns (30, 29 and 25 yards) as the Mustangs beat North Jackson 49-7.
CAMERON WILLIAMS, VIGOR: Was 15-of-28 passing for 220 Yards and three touchdowns as Vigor knocked off defending 5A state champion St. Paul’s Episcopal 38-35 to clinch the Class 5A, Region 1 championship. Williams, who rushed for 74 yards on 17 carries, directed the game-winning 60-yard drive in the final 30 seconds to seal the victory.
BUBBA THOMPSON, McGILL-TOOLEN: Was 16-of-26 passing for 249 yards and three touchdowns – all to Brandon Hinton on throws of 7, 4 and 21 yards – and added a 16-yard TD run as the Yellow Jackets won their 17th straight game, 42-7 over Baker.
RYAN BRUNER, CITRONELLE: Completed 10-of-17 passes for 249 yards and three touchdowns as Citronelle clinched a Class 5A, Region 1 playoff berth with a 50-26 win over Williamson. He also ran for 77 yards and a pair of scores.
TAYLOR GOVER, EUFAULA: Was 8-of-12 passing for 224 yards and three TDs to lead Eufaula past Headland 55-15.
JEREMIAH HARRIS, ABBEVILLE: Was 10-of-23 passing for 212 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for 151 yards on 11 carries and two more scores in a 54-46 loss to Ariton.
CADE PRICE, SLOCOMB: Was a near-perfect 17-of-18 passing for 220 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Red Tops to a 34-8 win over Houston Academy.
ETHAN WILSON, ANDALUSIA: Was 12-for-18 passing for 203 yards and three touchdowns as the Bulldogs defeated W.S. Neal 35-8. His touchdown passes covered 22, 30, and 44 yards.
BO NIX, SCOTTSBORO: Was a perfect 7-of-7 passing for 191 yards and two touchdowns in a 56-14 win over Boaz. He also rushed for 90 yards and two scores as the Wildcats remained unbeaten at 8-0.
ALEX MARKS, DECATUR: Was 9-of-10 passing for 169 yards and three touchdowns and ran for a 58-yard TD as the Red Raiders beat Hartselle 41-28.
PAXTON MONTGOMERY, AUSTIN: Threw an 8-yard TD pass late in the fourth quarter to give the Black Bears a 24-21 win over Muscle Shoals. He was 17-of-25 on the night for 155 yards and two touchdowns and tacked on 37 yards rushing.
JACKSON HOLLADAY, BUCKHORN: Completed 24-of-39 passes for 188 yards and two touchdowns (16 and 30 yards) in the Bucks’ 21-14 loss to James Clemens.
GRANT AKRIDGE, ELBA: Completed 6-of-8 passes for 178 yards and four touchdowns in the Tigers’ 50-15 win over Luverne to clinch the Class 2A, Region 3 title.
JACE MILLS, COOSA CHRISTIAN: Completed 12-of-19 passes for 147 yards and a touchdown and rushed for a 17 -yard score that was set up by his interception on defense as the Conquerors beat Gaylesville 21-18 to secure a playoff berth for the first time since 2010.
RYAN SPARKS, GADSDEN CITY: Was 6-of-13 passing for 157 yards and four touchdowns as the Titans locked up a postseason bid with a 62-27 win over Sparkman. Teammate Damon Williams also rushed 24 times for 187 yards and a score.
HAMP SISSON, MOUNTAIN BROOK: Accounted for 262 total yards in the Spartans’ 41-27 win over Oak Mountain. He passed for 141 yards and rushed for 121 yards and three scores.
HENRY RUGGS, LEE-MONTGOMERY: Caught seven passes for 161 yards and two TDs (59 and 74 yards) and rushed for 98 yards, including a 68-yard TD run, on seven tries as the Generals fell to Central-Phenix City 59-28.
LEVI ELLIS, PISGAH: Made seven receptions for 159 yards and two touchdowns (58 and 30 yards), picked off a pass and blocked a punt in a 20-14 win at North Sand Mountain.
VICTOR McCLINTON, EUFAULA: Nabbed four passes for 155 yards and two touchdowns in a 55-15 win over Headland.
JOHN DAVID HAGLER, SLOCOMB: Caught eight passes for 129 yards and one touchdown and added a 65-yard interception return for a TD in a 34-8 Red Tops win over Houston Academy.
CONNER HOWELL, GARDENDALE: Caught a game-winning pass from Michael Crowder on the final play of the game to give the Rockets a 34-31 victory over Pinson Valley.
CADEN DAVIDSON, COOSA CHRISTIAN: Caught seven passes for 94 yards in the Conquerors' 21-18 victory over Gaylesville, securing Coosa Christian's first playoff berth in nine years.
QUARTEZ HENDERSON, CHEROKEE COUNTY: Caught four passes for 106 yards and three touchdowns (27, 10, 54 yards) in the Warriors' 57-22 victory at Ashville.
THOMAS JOHNSTON, SPANISH FORT: Had 22 tackles in a 33-7 win over Saraland for the Toros. He now has 109 tackles on the season.
KALEAHL JOHNSON, DAPHNE: Intercepted three Blount passes to lead Daphne to a 28-18 Class 6A, Region 1 win over the Leopards.
ALEXANDER ALLEN, GASTON: Returned an interception 23 yards for a touchdown and returned a fumble 21 yards for a score to lead a defense that accounted for four touchdowns as the Bulldogs locked up a playoff berth with a 54-10 win over Westbrook Christian.
MONTY RICE, JAMES CLEMENS: Had 11 tackles, including a tackle on third and goal inside the Jets’ 5-yard line to help thwart a last-minute drive by Buckhorn in a 21-14 win. Teammate LaBryan Ray added 10 tackles and deflected three passes and cornerback Torolla Walker intercepted a pass following Rice’s tackle to close out the defensive stand.
JUSTIN BALL, WOODVILLE: Had nine tackles with two sacks on defense in a 20-8 win over Valley Head. He also passed for 86 yards and a TD and rushed for 78 yards and another score on offense.
ANTHONY BROWN, WENONAH: Intercepted two Fairfield passes as the Dragons beat the Tigers 33-6.
DeWAYNE PARKER, GADSDEN CITY: The senior linebacker had two interceptions, one which he returned for a touchdown, in the Titans' 62-27 win over Sparkman.
BRYCE PALMER, WATERLOO: Returned an interception 18 yards for a touchdown on defense and accounted for three TDs on offense as Waterloo beat Phillips 29-20. Palmer ran for two scores and tossed a 25-yard TD pass.
AUSTIN FREEMAN, SCOTTSBORO: Recorded the 10th interception of his high school career and also returned the opening kickoff 70 yards for a touchdowns as Scottsboro (8-0) beat Boaz 56-14. He also had a 29-yard punt return in the game.
CARDAVION MYERS, PIEDMONT: Stripped a ball from an Ohatchee runner and returned it 90 yards for a touchdown in the Bulldogs' 45-35 victory over Ohatchee.
AUSTIN STORDAHL, GAYLESVILLE: Recovered a pair of fumbles, caused another and picked off a pass in the Trojans' 21-18 loss at Coosa Christian.
ANTARIUS MITCHELL, HOMEWOOD: Returned two blocked punts 33 and 23 yards, respectively, for touchdowns in the Patriots’ 27-21 win over Shades Valley.
BAILEY POTTER, SCOTTSBORO: Was 8-for-8 on extra points in extending his consecutive PATs to 24 as Scottsboro beat Boaz 56-14.
AHSAA member high schools produce these contests through the NFHS Network School Broadcast Program (SBP). Interested schools can contact Matt Abramson at: email@example.com or call 843-324-8695.
RAYCOM MEDIA/AHSAAFOOTBALL GAME OF THE WEEK
Oct. 6: 7 PM
Spain Park vs. Thompson
See www.pathtotheplayoffs.com for channel information
NFHS NETWORK SCHOOL BROADCAST LIVE-STREAMING SCHEDULE (Oct. 6-7)
Oct. 6: 3 p.m.
Oct. 6: 3:20 p.m.
Lawrence County vs. Brooks
Hazel Green vs. Muscle Shoals (6A)
Oct. 6: 6:45 PM
Auburn vs. R.E. Lee
Oct. 7: 6:30 PM
Victory Christian School vs. Wadley (1A)
Oct. 7: 7 PM
Central-Hayneville vs. Goshen (2A)
McIntosh vs. Sweet Water (2A)
Jacksonville vs. Oneonta (4A)
Oct. 7: 6:40 PM
Russellville vs. Brooks (5A)
Scottsboro vs. Arab (5A)
Austin vs. Hartselle (6A)
Baldwin County vs. Saraland (6A)
Oct. 7: 6:30 PM
Carver-Mont. vs. Stanhope Elmore (6A)
Oct. 7: 6:45 PM
Chelsea vs. Opelika (6A)
Florence vs. Decatur (6A)
Foley vs. Spanish Fort (6A)
Jackson-Olin vs. Shades Valley (6A)
Pell City vs. Albertville (6A)
Russell County vs. Northview (6A)
Central-PC vs. Jeff Davis (7A)
Oct. 7: 6:50 PM
Huffman vs. Hoover (7A)
McGill-Toolen vs M. Montgomery (7A)
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The complete list of games scheduled for Sept. 29-Oct. 1 are listed below. Subscribers can go to www.nfhsnetwork.com to view using the URL addressed provided, and new viewers can go to the same site to subscribe.
NFHS Network Schedule
Livestreamed AHSAA Football Games (Week 6 – Sept. 29-Oct. 1)
THUR. SEPT. 29
Guntersville vs. Lawrence Co. (Volleyball)
Lawrence Co. HS
Foley vs. McGill-Toolen (Volleyball)
Murphy vs. Foley
FRI., SEPT. 30
East Limestone vs. Lawrence County
Pelham vs. Wetumpka
Paul W. Bryant vs. Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa
Gulf Shores vs. Saraland
Brooks vs. Mae Jemison
Lee-Montgomery vs. Jeff Davis
Jeff Davis HS
Opelika vs. Helena
Austin vs. Florence
North Jackson vs. Randolph
Zion Chapel vs. Goshen
McGill-Toolen vs. Alma Bryant
St. John Paul II vs. Russellville
Columbia vs. Muscle Shoals
Shades Valley vs. Parker
Pell City vs. Cullman
Prattville vs. Smiths Station
Enterprise vs. Central-PC
SAT., OCT. 1
Cullman Meet (Boys & Girls)
MONTGOMERY – Eighteen AHSAA football games are slated to be live-streamed by the NFHS Network this weekend over the NFHS Network School Broadcast Program platform. A strong slate of non-region games are set including Florence (1-4) vs. Bob Jones (401), Central-Phenix City (3-1) vs. unbeaten Opelika (5-0), Hartselle (5-0) vs. Russellville (4-0), Handley (2-2), fresh off its upset of defending 4A state champion Leeds at unbeaten Lanett (5-0), and in one game Thursday night, Pinson Valley (3-2) vs. Shades Valley (2-2) and Jeff Davis (2-3) takes on Sidney Lanier (3-1) at Cramton Bowl. 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.
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NFHS NETWORK GAMES Sept. 22-23
Sep 22 - 6:45 PM
Jeff Davis vs. Sidney Lanier
AHSAA: Jeff Davis HS
Sep 23 - 7:00 PM
Albertville vs. Boaz
AHSAA: Albertville HS
Arab vs. Brewer
AHSAA: Arab HS
Sep 23 - 6:50 PM
Ardmore vs. Randolph
AHSAA: Randolph HS
Sep 23 - 6:30 PM
Autaugaville vs. Billingsley
AHSAA: TriCounty Sports
Beauregard vs. Northview
AHSAA: Northview HS
Sep 23 - 6:45 PM
Carver vs. Lee (Montgomery)
AHSAA: Robert E. Lee HS
Central-PC vs. Opelika
AHSAA: Opelika HS
Cullman vs. Fayette County
AHSAA: Cullman HS
Florence vs. Bob Jones
AHSAA: Florence HS
Handley vs. Lanett
Hartselle vs. Russellville
AHSAA: Russellville HS
Houston Acad. vs. Goshen
AHSAA: Goshen HS
Murphy vs. Saraland
AHSAA: Saraland HS
Pinson Valley vs. Shades Valley
AHSAA: Shades Valley HS
Tuscaloosa Co. vs. Hillcrest-Tusc.
AHSAA: Hillcrest HS
Lawrence Co. vs. East Lawrence
AHSAA: Lawrence Co. HS
Theodore vs. Enterprise
AHSAA: Enterprise HS
MONTGOMERY – Hoover High School’s NFHS Network School Broadcast Program earned the NFHS Network School Broadcast Program’s highest award, elite status, for the 2015-16 school year, according to an announcement from the NFHS Network.
The SBP program produced by Hoover High School and its instructor Jeff Lloyd was the AHSAA’s only school to receive the Elite status. Nine others earned NFHS Network Select status: Albertville, Baldwin County of Nay Minette, Boaz, Florence, Hartselle, Jacksonville, McGill-Toolen Catholic of Mobile, Prattville and Saraland high schools.
Each summer the NFHS Network recognizes schools in the School Broadcast Program that have done an outstanding job throughout the previous school year. Elite and Select schools demonstrate professional, excellent broadcasting skills while covering sports and other events at their schools. These schools distinguished themselves as leaders among the 1,500+ schools involved in the School Broadcast Program, and the NFHS Network applauds them for their continued dedication and contributions to the Network.
Florence High School’s NFHS School Broadcast Program has been a leader nationally with its quality broadcasting and was recognized in 2015 and 2016 for its excellence in broadcasting. Directed by Randy Bruce, a faculty member and coach at Florence, the student-run live-streaming broadcast network was named NFHS Network’s Best Live Sports Broadcast for both years. Florence also was a finalist for best original programming in the 2015-16 school year. Albertville High School’s Tyler May was one of three finalists for NFHS Network Teacher of the Year.
The NFHS Network’s School Broadcast Program is continuing to add schools from the AHSAA with more than 40 AHSAA contests live-streamed last weekend through the NFHS Network’s School Broadcast Program platform.
The AHSAA applauds these schools and hope that all our schools continue to strive to produce outstanding programming for their NFHS Network SBP.
We continue to be amazed at the quality of the coverage and the talents of our student broadcasters and look forward to viewing our schools’ NFHS Network productions this school year.
The complete list of games scheduled for Sept. 8-9 are listed below. Subscribers can go to www.nfhsnetwork.com to view using the URL addressed provided, and new viewers can go to the same site to subscribe.
Sep 08, 2016 - 6:45 PM
| Smiths Station vs. Robert E. Lee
Sep 09, 2016 - 7:00 PM
| Goshen vs. Luverne
Sep 09, 2016 - 6:30 PM
| Piedmont vs. Randolph County
AHSAA: Eagle 102.3
| T.R. Miller vs. Hillcrest-Evergreen
Sep 09, 2016 - 6:45 PM
| Madison Academy vs. Randolph
AHSAA: Randolph School
Sep 09, 2016 - 6:40 PM
| Brooks vs. Lee-Huntsville
AHSAA: Brooks HS
| Russellville vs. Lawrence County
| Albertville vs. Brewer
| Bessemer City vs. Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa
| Blount vs. Saraland
| Chilton County vs. Opelika
| Hartselle vs. Florence
AHSAA: Hartselle HS
| Muscle Shoals vs. Athens
AHSAA: Muscle Shoals HS
| Oxford vs. Cullman
| Park Crossing vs. Northview
| Shades Valley vs. Blackman (TN)
| Alma Bryant vs. Foley
AHSAA: Foley HS
| Enterprise vs. Jeff Davis
AHSAA: Jefferson Davis HS
| Prattville vs. Auburn
AHSAA: Prattville HS
| Spain Park vs. Hoover
AHSAA: Hoover HS
The complete list of games scheduled for Sept. 1-2-3 are listed below. Subscribers can go to www.nfhsnetwork.com to view using the URL addressed provided, and new viewers can go to the same site to subscribe.
Livestreamed AHSAA Football Games (Week 2)
Sep 01, 2016 - 6:45 PM
Opelika vs. Carver-Montgomery
Foley vs. Davidson
Sep 01, 2016 - 7:00 PM
Sardis vs. Madison Academy
Sep 02, 2016 - 6:30 PM
Horseshoe Bend vs. Lanett
Saraland vs. Daphne
Mountain Brook vs. Hoover
Sep 02, 2016 - 6:40 PM
Ardmore vs. Brooks
Sep 02, 2016 - 6:45 PM
Enterprise vs. Prattville
Sep 02, 2016 - 7:00 PM
Calhoun vs. Goshen
Cullman vs. Albertville
Ramsay vs. Shades Valley
Hartselle vs. Central-Florence
Lee-Huntsville vs. Russellville
Johnson vs. Sweet Water
Florence vs. Muscle Shoals
Sep 03, 2016 - 7:00 PM
Northview vs. Sidney Lanier