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

       MONTGOMERY – Raycom Media will televise Cordova at Hamilton in an important Class 4A, Region 6 battle tonight in the Raycom / AHSAA Game of the week.
     The Blue Devils (6-2) of Coach Jimmy Gay and Aggies (5-2) of Coach Rodney Stidham Are 2-2 and 3-2, respectively, in Region 4. The winner will keep its region championship hopes alive.
    The NFHS Network also plans to live-stream 25 total events including 21 football games, two three volleyball matches and one cross country meet. Five football games have been designated as NFHS Network Alabama Games of the Week.
      Raycom, which plans to televise over its Raycom Network a Game of the Week each Thursday for the rest of 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.
     The remaining regular-season Games of the Week for the final two weeks of the regular season include:
      Oct. 20: Lee-Montgomery vs. Enterprise
     Oct. 27: James Clemens vs. Austin
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 5 FOOTBALL GAMES OF THE WEEK
   
The NFHS Network announced earlier this week five games designated as NFHS Network “Alabama Games of the Week.” Those include: Vestavia Hills (4-3) at Hoover (6-1) in Class 7A; Region 3, Saraland (5-3) at Spanish Fort (5-2) in Class 6A, Region 1; Opelika (7-1) at Wetumpka (7-1) in Class 6A, Region 3; Brookwood (3-4) at unbeaten Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (7-0) in 6A, Region 4; and Decatur (6-1) at Hartselle (7-1) in 6A, Region 8.
     A total of 25 has released a slate of 23 events to be broadcast over the NFHS Network School Broadcast Program platform this weekend. Sweet Water is live-streaming a cheer spirit competition today and Brooks High School is live-streaming its volleyball contest with Lawrence County this afternoon.  Two football games are slated tonight:  Auburn (3-3) vs. unbeaten Lee-Montgomery (6-0) at Cramton Bowl in a big 7A, Region 2 battle and Hazel Green (3-3) a Muscle Shoals (3-3) in 6A, Region 8.
    Friday’s slate includes 19 games with Russellville (5-1) vs. Brooks (4-2) in 5A, Region 8 being live-streamed by both high schools.
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 GAME OF THE WEEK: Cordova at Hamilton (Oct. 13, 7 p.m.) www.pathwaytoplayoffs.com

NFHS Network Scheduled AHSAA Events

 

 

Start Time

CL.

Participants

NFHS Network SBP

URL

VOLLEYBALL

Oct 13 - 4:25 PM

6A

Hayden vs. Cullman

Cullman HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/cullman-high-school-cullman-al/a733199ea8

Oct 13 - 6:30 PM

7A

McGill-Toolen vs. Baker

McGill-Toolen HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/mcgilltoolen-catholic-high-school-mobile-al/f84de0247a

Oct 15 - 8 AM

6A

Brewer vs. Cullman

Cullman HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/cullman-high-school-cullman-al/8cc822bf92

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FOOTBALL

 

 

Oct 13 - 7:00 PM

6A

Northview vs. Carver-Montgomery

Northview HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/northview-high-school-dothan-al/3c87b75660

Oct 13 - 6:30 PM

6A

Saraland vs. Spanish Fort

Saraland HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/saraland-high-school-saraland-al/efc401f153

Oct 14 - 6:20 PM

7A

Mary G. Montgomery vs. Foley

Foley HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/foley-high-school-foley-al/d522cc7745

Oct 14 - 7:00 PM

7A

McGill-Toolen vs. Baker

McGill-Toolen HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/mcgilltoolen-catholic-high-school-mobile-al/6d195c92b0

Oct 14 - 6:50 PM

7A

Vestavia Hills vs. Hoover

Hoover HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/hoover-high-school-hoover-al/20553606a3

Oct 14 - 6:30 PM

6A

Brookwood vs. Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa

Hillcrest HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/hillcresttuscaloosa-high-school-tuscaloosa-al/c09d6dd615

Oct 14 - 6:45 PM

6A

Columbia vs. Florence

Florence HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/florence-high-school-florence-al-2/5383a2639b

Oct 14 - 7:00 PM

6A

Decatur vs. Hartselle

Hartselle HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/hartselle-high-school-hartselle-al/9ccf05f86f

Oct 14 - 7:00 PM

6A

Fort Payne vs. Albertville

Albertville HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/albertville-high-school-albertville-al/5af9310354

Oct 14 - 7:00 PM

6A

Muscle Shoals vs. Austin

Muscle Shoals HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/muscle-shoals-high-school-muscle-shoals-al/af0466a4f1

Oct 14 - 6:45 PM

6A

Opelika vs. Wetumpka

Opelika HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/opelika-high-school-opelika-al/b1f80c9fff

Oct 14 - 7:00 PM

6A

Shades Valley vs. Homewood

Shades Valley HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/shades-valley-high-school-birmingham-al/81e581f993

Oct 14 - 7:00 PM

6A

Southside-Gadsden vs. Cullman

Cullman HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/cullman-high-school-cullman-al/cc86309c96

Oct 14 - 6:40 PM

5A

Brooks vs. St. John Paul II

Brooks HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/brooks-high-school-killen-al/977331ded4

Oct 14 - 7:00 PM

5A

Douglas vs. Arab

Arab HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/arab-high-school-arab-al/f7bd780680

Oct 14 - 7:00 PM

5A

East Limestone vs. Russellville

Russellville HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/russellville-high-school-russellville-al/48883ca3db

Oct 14 - 5:45 PM

5A

Lee-Huntsville vs. Lawrence Co.

Lawrence County HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/lawrence-county-high-school-monticello-al/9c1bfa4a37

Oct 14 - 7:00 PM

4A

North Jackson vs. Madison Acad.

Madison Academy

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/madison-academy-madison-al/c8f267b2ab

Oct 14 - 7:00 PM

4A

White Plains vs. Jacksonville

Jacksonville HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/jacksonville-high-school-jacksonville-al/c7840f5e31

Oct 14 - 6:30 PM

3A

Randolph County vs. Weaver

Eagle 102.3

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/eagle-1023/58e9a2c5ef

Oct 14 - 6:30 PM

2A

Luverne vs. Elba

TriCounty Sports

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/tricounty-sports-montgomery-al/157c40a09b

 

 

Cross Country

 

 

Oct 15 -9 AM

6A

Boys & Girls Cross Country

Cullman HS

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/cullman-high-school-cullman-al/2be3dfacd0

 

Matt Abramson|Southeast Territory Manager

matt.abramson@nfhsnetwork.com|NFHSnetwork.com

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New Courses for Music Directors, Volleyball Officials Available Through NFHS Learning Center

INDIANAPOLIS, IN (October 12, 2016) — New online courses for music teachers/directors and volleyball officials have been added to the available courses through the NFHS Learning Center at www.NFHSLearn.com.

“Introduction to Interscholastic Music” is the first online course for music teachers and directors and joins “Introduction to Music Adjudication” as music courses available through the NFHS Learning Center. “Officiating Volleyball: Ball Handling” is first of several sport-specific officiating courses that will be offered in various sports.

“Introduction to Interscholastic Music,” which is offered free of charge through the NFHS Learning Center, is designed to provide an overview of best practices in the music classroom and interscholastic music competitions. Although the course is useful for all music teachers, it is designed to meet the needs of individuals who are just beginning their careers as music teachers.

The “Introduction to Interscholastic Music” course will help new teachers in identifying their roles and responsibilities, identifying proficiency and promoting growth within music ensembles and improving the music classroom experience by establishing goals.

The skills taught in the course introduce and reinforce time-tested guidelines and techniques that music educators of any level of proficiency can use in directing music programs across the United States. 

“Officiating Volleyball: Ball Handling,” which is available for $10 for NFHS Officials Association members and $20 for non-members, provides tips and techniques that officials need to make correct ball-handling calls in volleyball. Video examples of various contacts by each position are provided to assist officials in visually identifying ball-handling faults and legal player action.

Units covered include Introduction to Ball Handling, Rules Governing Ball Handling, Techniques to Train the Eye, Variables and External Stimuli, and Overview of Each Skill. Short comprehension quizzes and “you make the call’ scenarios are scattered throughout the course.

The addition of these two courses continues the new direction of the NFHS Learning Center to expand its reach to contest officials, students, performing arts teachers/directors and others from its original mission of coaching education courses.

After starting with two courses – Fundamentals of Coaching and First Aid for Coaches – in 2007 through the NFHS Coach Education Program, the NFHS Learning Center now offers 47 online courses, including 22 that are offered free of charge. Since the launch of www.NFHSLearn.com in 2007, more than 4.7 million courses have been delivered.


AHSAA Prep Spotlight, Week 7 Appalachian’s Passing Duo of Hutchens-to-Dean Shines in 34-28 OT Victory over Woodville

    MONTGOMERY – Class 1A Appalachian High School’s passing tandem of quarterback Jasper Hutchens and receiver Peyton Dean made the clutch connections from start to finish as the Eagles nipped Woodville 34-28 in overtime to highlight Week 7 of the AHSAA prep football season last weekend.
     Hutchens was 18-of-34 passing for 403 yards and four touchdowns, and Dean caught nine of his completions for 227 yards and three scores as both grabbed the AHSAA Prep Spotlight. Hutchens provided the winning points with his 5-yard TD run in overtime.
     The duo of Coach Zach Jones each etched themselves into the AHSAA Record Book.  Hutchens is one of just 41 quarterbacks in AHSAA history to pass for more than 400 yards in a single game. His total is second in Eagles’ history to current Buckhorn head football coach John Holladay’s 461 yards in a 47-46 loss to Oakman in 1988. Dean became just the 31st player in AHSAA history to go over 225 yards receiving in a single game.
      The performances edged out another 400-yard performance by Joseph Cotton of New Hope and an amazing effort by Enterprise kicker Andrew Osteen.
      Cotton
rushed for 419 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries in a 36-30 loss versus Pisgah.  His effort ranks ninth in the AHSAA for most yards rushing in a game. Jordan Jeffery also rushed for 245 yards and three touchdowns on 32 carries, returned a kick 80 yards for a score and picked off a pass to lead Pisgah.
    The AHSAA single-game rushing record, set by Parrish’s Tony Dixon in an 81-58 win over Hubbertville in 2003, is 531 yards. The next seven performances are: (470) Jerry Stancil of Gaylesville vs. Spring Garden in 2004; (457) Michael Perry of Cherokee County vs. Hokes Bluff in 1991; (454) Charles Johnson of Keith vs. Shades Mountain Christian in 2011; (447) Brian Robinson of Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa vs. Clay-Chalkville in 2015; (440) Steve Carson of Keith vs. Calhoun in 1985; (424) Roc Thomas of Oxford vs. Spain Park in 2013; and (420) Tommy Haley-Ricks of Hubbertville in 2008.
    Osteen kicked a 37-yard field goal, converted all seven extra point attempts and boomed 7-of-8 kickoffs for touchbacks as the Wildcats beat Smiths Station 52-7. Osteen’s only kickoff not sailing into the end zone was an onside-kick attempt that he recovered. He also punted three times for a 36.0 average with one being downed inside the 20.
MILESTONES
RUSSELL COUNTY ENDS SKID–
Snapped the state’s longest current winless streak with a 20-17 win over Northview. The Warriors had lost 29 in a row since a 35-0 victory over Booker T. Washington of Tuskegee Oct. 25, 2013.
McADORY PRESENTS POWELL WITH 200TH WIN:  Coach David Powell, currently in his 23rd year as head football coach, registered the 200th win of his prep coaching career with McAdory’s 30-13 win over Bessemer City. Powell is now 200-68 – all at McAdory.
RILEY NOTCHES 100TH WIN AT DAVIDSON:
Defensive end Tabyron Nettles had four tackles, a sack and three quarterback hurries as the Warriors beat Fairhope 31-7 – giving head coach Fred Riley the 100th win during his tenure at the Mobile Class 7A school. Davidson is 6-1 this season with its only loss a 39-36 three-overtime thriller to defending 7A state champion McGill-Toolen. Riley, in his 13th season, is the school’s winningest head coach (100-45). He is 144-102 overall with stops at Ensley, Robertsdale, Coffee and Lenoir City, Tennessee.
JOHN CARROLL NAMES STADIUM FOR PAT SULLIVAN:  Demetrius Battle had three touchdowns rushing to key the Cavaliers’ 40-7 win over Springville as the school honored former player Pat Sullivan by re-naming the stadium Pat Sullivan Field for the school’s most decorated prep athlete.  Sullivan, who recently retired as head coach at Samford University, was an all-state quarterback at John Carroll, graduating in 1968. He then moved to Auburn where he became the state’s first player to win the Heisman Trophy (1971).
DEKARLOS BILLINGSLEY, SCOTTSBORO: The senior running back rushed 13 times for 106 yards and four touchdowns in a 59-7 win over Arab to put him over 1,000 yards rushing for the third straight season.

 

RUSHING

GARRETT SANDERS, G.W. LONG: Rushed for 385 yards and four touchdowns on 28 carries in the Rebels’ 42-36 win over Abbeville. Sanders scored on runs of 2, 96, 4 and 8 yards. He also had seven tackles on defense.

CLAY KELLEY, NEW BROCKTON: Rushed for 361 yards and six touchdowns to lead the Gamecocks to a 49-33 win over Luverne. Kelley scored on a 13-yard run in the first half, but after New Brockton fell behind 20-14 midway through the third quarter he scored five times. The first came on a 3-yard run set up by his 63-yard run. He followed with TD runs of 71, 23, 21 and 50 yards.
LADARIUS WOODS, DECATUR: Accumulated 243 yards rushing and a touchdown in the Red Raiders’ 26-22 victory over Florence.
ALARIC WILLIAMS, SOUTHSIDE-GADSDEN: Picked up 224 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 11 carries to lead the Panthers to a 42-14 victory over Brewer.
C.J. ROBERTS, CARROLL: Rushed for 223 yards and three touchdowns (5, 18 and 31 yards) as Carroll (7-0) beat Booker T. Washington 42-0. The 7-0 start is the best for the Ozark school since 1930 when the Eagles finished 10-0.

TANNER TALLEY, SUMITON CHRISTIAN: Picked up 222 yards rushing on 11 attempts in the Eagles’ 45-14 win over Lynn.
DAMON WILLIAMS, GADSDEN CITY Rushed for 220 yards and two touchdowns in the Titans' 46-41 victory over Bob Jones.
SPENCER BROWN, MORTIMER JORDAN: Picked up 213 yards rushing on 29 carries with two touchdowns in the opening quarter covering 60 and 11 yards in a 42-20 win over West Point.
JOHNATHON PERRYMAN, SARALAND: Gained 208 yards rushing and scored all four touchdowns in a 28-14 win over Baldwin County.
TREY HARRIS, NORTH JACKSON: Rushed for 162 yards and three touchdowns on runs of 39, 25 and 25 yards and caught a 21-yard TD pass as the Chiefs beat Westminster Christian 57-21.
DAQUON GODFREY, MAY JEMISON: Ran for 152 yards and three touchdown (38, 18 and 17 yards) on 29 carries in a 32-14 win over Lee-Huntsville.
IVORY STARR, CEDAR BLUFF: Gained 168 yards rushing on 26 carries and scored three touchdowns (40, 2, 12 yards) as Cedar Bluff beat Coosa Christian 32-14.
DAKOTA LAMBERT, SPRING GARDEN: Gained 143 yards on just six carries with a touchdown and caught two passes for 73 yards as unbeaten Spring Garden (7-0) defeated Jacksonville Christian 55-12. Teammate Quintin Downey added 128 yards rushing on 13 carries and scored once.
MIKE FRANKLIN, DAPHNE: Scored five touchdowns, four rushing and one receiving, as the Trojans (5-2) downed Gulf Shores 52-7 for the school’s fifth straight win of the season.
ZACH SMITH, DAR: Scored three rushing touchdowns in a 41-27 loss at Sardis.


PASSING

JATARVIOUS WHITLOW, LAFAYETTE: Compiled 511 all-purpose yards and accounted for seven touchdowns as the Bulldogs (7-0) beat Reeltown 58-8 to remain unbeaten in Class 2A. Whitlow rushed for 211 yards and four TDs on 11 carries, passed for 128 yards and two scores, and returned three punts for 172 yards – including one for 86 yards and another score.
DALEN MORRIS, MADISON COUNTY: Completed 11-of-19 passes for 342 yards and five touchdowns (33, 45, 88, 77 and 29 yards) in a 32-28 win over Madison Academy.
BRADY POLSON, BOB JONES: Passed for 320 yards and four touchdowns on a 20-of-31 performance in a 46-41 loss to Gadsden City.
REGGIE THOMPSON, OPP: Accounted for 284 yards and five touchdowns in Opp’s 43-22 win over Providence Christian. Thompson threw for 156 yards and three scores and added 128 yards rushing on just 10 carries with two TDs.
CONNOR ADAIR, HEWITT-TRUSSVILLE: Was 12-of-23 passing for 246 yards and four touchdowns as the unbeaten Huskies (8-0) beat Sparkman 42-14. His TD passes covered 9, 9, 35 and 77 yards.

PAXTON MONTGOMERY, AUSTIN: Was 20-of-25 passing for 188 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 53 yards on 11 carries as the Black Bears handed Hartselle its first loss of the season 24-16.
SWIFT LYLE, ST. PAUL’S EPISCOPAL: The junior completed 15-of-18 passes for 244 yards and a TD in the Saints’ 35-14 win over Citronelle.
WILLIE MILLER, CLAY-CHALKVILLE: Was 15-of-26 passing for 202 yards and four touchdowns as the Cougars edged Carver-Birmingham 44-41. He led Clay to the winning drive in the final two minutes of the game.
BO NIX, SCOTTSBORO: Completed 9-of-20 passes for 207 yards and a touchdown and rushed 10 times for 131 yards and another score as the unbeaten Wildcats (7-0) downed Arab59-7. Nix, a sophomore, set the Scottsboro career mark for passing yards with his first completion of the game.  He now has 2,932 passing yards in 23 games played and is on the verge of breaking career marks for pass attempts, completions and touchdowns. 
BANIKO HARLEY, RAMSAY: Was 13-of-22 passing for 218 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 111 yards and two more scores on seven carries to lead Ramsay past Homewood 40-14. The win clinched the Class 6A, Region 5 title for the Rams.
LOGAN GASKIN, SARDIS: Completed 9-of-12 passes for 207 yards and three touchdowns and rushed 18 times for 108 yards and another score in a 41-27 win over DAR.
GRAYSON WAKEFIELD, DECATUR HERITAGE: Was 7-of-10 passing for 151 yards and three TDs and rushed for 104 yards and three more touchdowns on seven carries in a 52-13 win over Southeastern.
JOSH DECKER, CEDAR BLUFF: Returning to action after undergoing an emergency appendectomy three weeks ago, Decker completed 7-of-15 pass attempts for 154 yards and a touchdown and also rushed for another score as Cedar Bluff stopped Coosa Christian 32-14.
TYREN DUPREE, CHEROKEE COUNTY: Accounted for 258 total yards and three touchdowns in leading the Warriors to a 37-7 victory at White Plains. Dupree ran for 122 yards and two scores (36 and 40 yards) on 13 carries and completed 16-of-21 pass attempts for 136 yards and a 4-yard touchdown.

MAJOR HENDERSON, GUNTERSVILLE: Passed for 111 yards, rushed for 115 and accounted for four touchdowns in a 49-6 win over Crossville.
DARIUS BRACY, BAKER: Rushed eight times for 144 yards and was 6-of-6 passing for 140 in a 35-7 win over Alma Bryant. He had one TD rushing and one passing.

PASS RECEIVING
DAQWAN BRYANT, MONTEVALLO: Caught six passes for 163 yards and three touchdowns, including a 67-yarder in the final two minutes. as the Bulldogs (7-0) remained unbeaten with a 23-21 win over Oakman.  He also had 11 tackles on defense.
ISAIAH JONES, CEDAR BLUFF: Caught four passes for 131 yards, including a 61-yard touchdown pass, in the Tigers' 32-14 victory over Coosa Christian. Jones also had two interceptions on defense.

DEFENSE
DAMARIUS FARMER, SPAIN PARK: Returned an interception 96 yards to tie the game with Thompson at 14-all and the Jags eventually won 17-14. Teammate Damon Wright had six tackles, including two sacks on the Warriors’ final drive of the night, to help seal the win.
COBEY McFRY, PIEDMONT: Recovered three fumbles in the first half, two leading to Bulldogs touchdowns, as defending 3A state champion Piedmont (8-0) beat Walter Wellborn 47-16 for its Bulldogs’18th win in a row.
LUKE NELSON, SARDIS: Recorded 14 tackles and two sacks in a 41-27 victory over DAR.

DEARIOUS DAVIS, HUEYTOWN: Had three sacks among his six tackles in a 22-18 win over Parker (6-1).
KOLBY LINDSAY, ATHENS: Picked off two passes in a 17-0 win at Columbia.
KEENAN ISAAC, MIDFIELD: Returned his fourth interception of the season 95 yards and Midfield beat Greene County 36-28.
TAHJ TAYLOR, ETOWAH: Finished with 10 tackles, including five for a loss, in the Blue Devils' 51-10 win over Boaz.
COHEN TUBBS and ETHAN EDMONDSON, SCOTTSBORO: The two junior defensive linemen had 10 tackles each and combined for nine tackles that resulted in lost yardage as the Wildcats beat Arab 59-7.

SPECIAL TEAMS
DARIUS BROWN, HOUSTON COUNTY: Returned a punt 89 yards for one touchdown as the Lions beat Florala 56-6. Houston County scored two other times off Wildcats’ kicks with Immanuel Dawsey taking a 56-yard punt return to the end zone, Tobias Daniels scooping up a blocked punt and scooting 38 yards for another TD.
JEFFERY LEE, MINOR: Returned a punt 60 yards for one score and raced 95 yards for a touchdown on a fake-punt pass play to lead Minor past Benjamin Russell 56-22.
MICHAEL HOLT, DALE COUNTY: Booted a 25-yard field goal with 2.4 seconds left to give Dale County a 24-21 non-region win over Rehobeth.

CHADARIUS TOWNDSEND, TANNER: Blocked a punt, intercepted a pass, threw a 36-yard touchdown pass and rushed for 95 yards and a TD on 19 carries in an all-around performance for Tanner in its 49-26 win over Tarrant.
ERIC FELTS, VIGOR: Booted the game-winning field goal in overtime as the Wolves knocked off Jackson 17-14. He also had an interception in the end zone to end one Aggies threat in the second half.
BAILEY POTTER, SCOTTSBORO: Was 8-for-8 on extra points and booted a 40-yard field goal as the Wildcats beat Arab 59-7. It was the second consecutive week he has contributed 11 points kicking.


23 Events Slated for NFHS Network Spain Park vs. Thompson Kicks Off Raycom AHSAA Game of the Week

    MONTGOMERY – Raycom Media will launch its first AHSAA Football Game of the Week tonight with Spain Park (4-2) visiting Thompson (4-2) in a key Class 7A, Region 3 battle. The Jaguars won last year’s game 15-14 on five field goals and went on to reach the Super 7 Class 7A state championships falling to McGill-Toolen in another thriller 14-12.   Thompson has rejuvenated its program in just the second year of Coach Mark Freeman’s tenure as head coach. 
     The NFHS Network also plans to live-stream 23 total events including 21 football games tonight and Friday.
     Raycom, which plans to televise over its Raycom Network a Game of the Week each Thursday for the rest of the regular season and then one game each Friday during the state football playoffs, will feature the 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.
     The remaining regular-season Games of the Week include:
     Oct. 13: Cordova vs. Hamilton
     Oct. 20: Lee-Montgomery vs. Enterprise
     Oct. 27: James Clemens vs. Austin
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 21 FOOTBALL GAMES
   
The NFHS Network has released a slate of 23 events to be broadcast over the NFHS Network School Broadcast Program platform this weekend. Sweet Water is live-streaming a cheer spirit competition today and Brooks High School is live-streaming its volleyball contest with Lawrence County this afternoon.  Two football games are slated tonight:  Auburn (3-3) vs. unbeaten Lee-Montgomery (6-0) at Cramton Bowl in a big 7A, Region 2 battle and Hazel Green (3-3) a Muscle Shoals (3-3) in 6A, Region 8.
    Friday’s slate includes 19 games with Russellville (5-1) vs. Brooks (4-2) in 5A, Region 8 being live-streamed by both high schools.
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 MEDIA/AHSAAFOOTBALL GAME OF THE WEEK

Oct. 6: 7 PM

Spain Park vs. Thompson

Raycom Media

See www.pathtotheplayoffs.com for channel information

NFHS NETWORK SCHOOL BROADCAST LIVE-STREAMING SCHEDULE (Oct. 6-7)

Start Time

Title

Producer

URL

SPIRIT (CHEERLEADING)

Oct. 6: 3 p.m.

Sweet Water

Sweet Water

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/sweet-water-high-school-sweet-water-al/9f98233614

VOLLEYBALL

Oct. 6: 3:20 p.m.

Lawrence County vs. Brooks

Brooks

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/brooks-high-school-killen-al/a36434a7d6

FOOTBALL

Oct. 6: 7 PM

Hazel Green vs. Muscle Shoals (6A)

Muscle Shoals

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/muscle-shoals-high-school-muscle-shoals-al/9cc0052848

Oct. 6: 6:45 PM

Auburn vs. R.E. Lee

Lee-Montgomery

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/robert-e-lee-high-school-montgomery-al/1d37daf0b2

Oct. 7: 6:30 PM

Victory Christian School vs. Wadley (1A)

Eagle 102.3

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/eagle-1023/2c0a4a7b52

Oct. 7: 7 PM

Central-Hayneville vs. Goshen (2A)

Goshen

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/goshen-high-school-goshen-al/cb53a8c599

Oct. 7: 6:30 PM

McIntosh vs. Sweet Water (2A)

Sweet Water

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/sweet-water-high-school-sweet-water-al/71cc94bab4

Oct. 7: 7 PM

Jacksonville vs. Oneonta (4A)

Jacksonville

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/jacksonville-high-school-jacksonville-al/c51ce324c5

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Austin vs. Hartselle (6A)

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Baldwin County vs. Saraland (6A)

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Carver-Mont. vs. Stanhope Elmore (6A)

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Russell County vs. Northview (6A)

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Central-PC vs. Jeff Davis (7A)

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AHSAA Prep Spotlight for Week 6 Piedmont, Andalusia Post 200th Wins for Head Coaches Steve Smith and Trent Taylor

     MONTGOMERY – Piedmont High School senior quarterback Tyler Hayes passed for 239 yards and two touchdowns as the Class 3A defending state champion Bulldogs (7-0) beat Calhoun County rival Weaver 49-15 Friday night. The victory was Piedmont’s 17th in a row – and handed head coach Steve Smith the 200th win over his 22-year career.
    At the other end of the state, Andalusia quarterback Ethan Wilson completed 17-of-22 passes for 300 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for a fourth score as another group of Bulldogs (6-1) beat Thomasville 37-0. That win gave head coach Trent Taylor his 200th career head-coaching victory as well.
    The milestone victories propels the East Alabama Class 3A program and South Alabama Class 4A program into AHSAA Prep Spotlight for Week 7 of the 2016 football season.
     Smith, a former Cherokee County High School standout quarterback, is 200-68 overall and is 115-23 and in his 11th year at Piedmont. He was 85-45 in 11 seasons at Cedar Bluff before moving to Piedmont. He owns an 83.3% winning percentage at Piedmont and is 74.6% winning overall.
    Taylor, now in his 29th year, is 200-124 (61.3%) overall and 17-3 (85%) in his second season at Andalusia, his alma mater.
     Piedmont has won two state titles (2009 and 2015). Andalusia has also won two (1976 and 1977) as well, both under the guidance of Alabama High School Hall of Fame coach Don Sharpe. Piedmont started its program in 1924 and is 488-398-30 overall. Andalusia, which had its first season in 1920, is 537-383-39.
    Smith and Taylor are among 12 active coaches in the AHSAA that have reached the 200-win pinnacle. McAdory’s David Powell is 199-68 and in his 22nd season as head coach. He likely will be the next AHSAA head coach to join the 200-win club.
    The milestone wins edged out two other outstanding efforts – one by Dadeville running back Margarius Buchanan and the other by Tanner defensive back Omar Smothers.
    Buchanan rushed 20 times for 264 yards and scored four touchdowns in a 44-27 win over Tallassee. His TD runs covered 52, 25, 81 and 17 yards.  He also had an interception he returned for 20 yards.
    Smothers picked off three passes to help the Rattlers beat Cleveland 58-20, handing the Panthers their first loss of the season.
  Other top efforts reported included:

PASSING
BRADY POLSON, BOB JONES: Was 20-of-34 passing for 434 yards and three touchdowns in a 59-49 loss to Hewitt-Trussville.
TREVOR OAKES, HARTSELLE: Led the Tigers (7-0) to a 40-18 win over Hazel Green with 18-of-27 passes completed for 281 yards and five touchdowns.
WILLIE MILLER, CLAY-CHALKVILLE: Passed for 292 yards and three touchdowns in a 23-20 win over Gardendale.
MALIK CUNNINGHAM, PARK CROSSING: Completed 16-of-24 passes for 255 yards and a touchdown and ran 52 yards for another score as the Thunderbirds (6-1) beat Carver-Montgomery 55-7.
DAULTON HYATT, ETOWAH: Passed for four touchdowns and ran for another in the Blue Devils' 61-41 victory over Arab. Hyatt had TD passes of 20, 15, 40 and 31 yards while completing 17-for-23 passes for 286 yards. He also rushed for 89 yards on 12 attempts.
COLE HOLBROOKS, GLENCOE: Completed 13-of-21 passes for 279 yards and a touchdown in the Yellow Jackets' 31-6 win over Pleasant Valley.
KADARIUS TONEY, BLOUNT: Led Blount with 239 yards passing and two touchdowns in its 25-0 win over defending 6A state champion Spanish Fort. He was 15-of-25 passing and added 63 rushing yards on 17 carries.
ZACHARY ROBERTS, LEEDS: Completed 9-of-11 passes for 223 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Green Wave to a 49-22 victory over Holt.
DEVIN KIMBROUGH, SPARKMAN: Was 19-of-26 passing for 218 yards and two TDs and rushed for 123 yards and two more scores on 11 carrries to lead Sparkman past Huntsville 42-14.
JACOB FREE, BRANTLEY: Was 10-of-21 passing for 208 yards and two touchdowns to lead Brantley to a 44-14 win over Houston County.
TY HATCHER, HOMEWOOD: Was 8-of-11 passing for 203 yards and three TDs as the Patriots beat John Carroll Catholic 45-0.
ZION WEBB, CENTRAL-PHENIX CITY: Webb rushed for 182 yards on 16 carries and passed for 179 yards and a score in a 43-24 win over Enterprise. He accounted for 361 of the Red Devils’ 522 total yards. Teammate Jaxton Carson scored four touchdowns and finished with 136 yards rushing on 19 carries.
DIAMONTE DOUGLAS, LEE-HUNTSVILLE: Was 9-of-16 passing for 142 yards and a 44-yard TD pass and rushed for 129 yards and three touchdowns on 15 carries as the Generals beat Ardmore 29-10.
JACK WEST, SARALAND: Completed 8-of-10 passes for 206 yards and three TDs in a 42-7 victory over Gulf Shores.
REGGIE THOMPSON, OPP: Accounted for 316 yards and two scores in the Bobcats’ 59-6 win over Slocomb. He completed seven passes for 189 yards with two scores. He also rushed for 127 yards on just eight carries.
BO NIX, SCOTTSBORO: The sophomore completed 8-of-14 passes for 172 yards and two touchdowns (21, 66 yards) and rushed for 71 yards and one touchdown on nine carries in a 41-28 win over Alexandria.

RUSHING
TREY UNDERWOOD, WEST BLOCTON: Ran for 291 yards on 35 carries with touchdowns covering 71, 26 and 40 yards in a 32-26 loss to Oak Grove.
LEONARD JOHNSON, HAYDEN: The senior had 272 yards rushing on 23 carries and 2 touchdowns as Hayden (5-1) beat Springville 36-29. He also had 3 tackles and an interception on defense. Teammate Levi Snider added 163 yards rushing and three scores on 12 carries.
GARRETT SANDERS, G.W. LONG: Finished with 244 yards rushing on 15 carries and three touchdowns in a 43-7 win over Ariton. His TD runs of 60, 45 and 44 yards. He also recovered a fumble on defense.
DARRIAN MEADS, HOKES BLUFF: Rushed for 241 yards and four touchdowns on 31 attempts in the Eagles' 27-24 victory over Oneonta.
REYNARD ELLIS, SHADES VALLEY: Rushed for 230 yards and five touchdowns on offense and had 10 tackles on defense in the Mounties’ 49-28 win over Parker.
C.J. ROBERTS, CARROLL: Picked up 225 yards rushing and five touchdowns as unbeaten Carroll (5-0) clinched a Class 5A state playoff spot with a 38-21 win over Rehobeth. Roberts scored on runs of 1, 14, 15, 9 and 12 yards.
CLAY KELLY, NEW BROCKTON: Rushed for 222 yards on 12 carries and three touchdowns in the Gamecocks’ 45-26 win over Cottonwood. Kelly scored on runs of 32, 57 and 59 yards and recorded 11 tackles on defense.
DEQUAN JOHNSON, SOUTHSIDE-SELMA: Scored six rushing touchdowns in a 46-26 win over B.B. Comer.
TREY HARRIS, NORTH JACKSON: Had 24 carries for 215 yards and touchdowns of 77 and 15 yards as the Chiefs beat Randolph 28-14.
IVORY STARR, CEDAR BLUFF: Rushed for 203 yards on 29 carries and scored two touchdowns (1 and 5 yards) in the Tigers' 35-6 win over Valley Head.
TACORRIE RUSSELL, MUNFORD: Needed just 12 carries to pile up 178 yards and three touchdowns as Munford downed Elmore County 52-28.
DAKOTA LAMBERT, SPRING GARDEN:  Helped the Panthers improve to 6-0 with 169 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 10 carries in a 56-19 win over Coosa Christian. Teammates Quintin Downey and Ben Ivey added 143 yards and 122 yards respectively. Downey scored three times and Ivey had two TDs.
CORY THOMAS, ETOWAH: Rushed for 191 yards and one touchdown on 18 carries in the Blue Devils' 61-41 victory over Arab. He also caught a 40-yard TD pass.
TAE HENDERSON, DALE COUNTY: Accounted for 206 total yards and all five Warrior touchdowns, including a 10-yard score in overtime, as Dale County nipped Montgomery Catholic 34-33. Henderson rushed for 162 yards on 30 carries with four touchdowns and had four receptions for 44 yards and one score.

TYSON TEAGUE, WEST MORGAN: Rushed for 207 yards and three touchdowns as West Morgan edged East Lawrence 25-22.
ZAC WILLIAMS, NORTH SAND MOUNTAIN: Had 24 carries for 176 yards and two touchdowns to lead North Sand Mountain past New Hope 28-14.
MACK WISE, BRANTLEY: Had 24 carries for 166 yards and two touchdowns in the Bulldogs’ 44-14 win over Houston County.
DEKARLOS BILLINGSLEY, SCOTTSBORO: Senior RB Dekarlos Billingsley rushed 18 times for 153 yards and two touchdowns as Scottsboro (6-0) remained unbeaten with a 41-28 win over Alexandria. He now has 4,001 career rushing yards, moving him into second place at Scottsboro. Billingsley also caught a 21-yard pass for a TD and had 14 tackles on defense.
TYREN DUPREE, CHEROKEE COUNTY: Rushed for 143 yards on 17 carries and scored three touchdowns (60, 2, 15 yards as the Warriors beat Saks 30-7. He also completed 9-of-17 pass attempts for 79 yards.
DALLAS REED, COLLINSVILLE: Scored the game-winning 10-yard touchdown run in overtime, giving the Panthers a 13-7 victory at Westbrook Christian.

PASS RECEIVING
AARON BUSH, GLENCOE: Caught seven passes for 208 yards and one touchdown in the Yellow Jackets' 31-6 win over Pleasant Valley.
DERRICK McQUEEN, ANDALUSIA: Grabbed eight receptions for 187 yards and 2 touchdowns in Andalusia’s 37-0 win over Thomasville.
AUSTIN FREEMAN, SCOTTSBORO: Caught five passes for 134 yards with a 66-yard TD reception as the Wildcats beat Alexandria 41-28. He also intercepted a pass, the eighth of his career, and eight tackles on defense.
JOHN RIEHL, DECATUR: Had three touchdown receptions with the final one coming with 32 seconds to seal the Red Raiders’ 31-28 win over Athens.
BRAXTON ROBINSON, ELBA: Caught four passes for 102 yards and two touchdowns and added an 81-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the Tigers’ 54-14 win over Central Hayneville.

DEFENSE
NEIL FARRELL, MURPHY:
Tackled a Foley runner in the backfield on a 2-point conversion try with no time remaining to preserve a 21-20 win. He had three sacks in the contest and eight tackles overall.
CHASE McDANIEL, NEW BROCKTON: Registered 19 tackles and teammate D.T. Adams made two interceptions as the Gamecocks downed Cottonwood 45-26.
MYLES BROWN, THOMPSON: Had two interceptions, the second one setting up the game-winning touchdown, as the Warriors beat Vestavia Hills 17-10.
HUNTER SIMS, OAK GROVE: Intercepted two passes, retuning one 55 yards for a touchdown, to spark the Tigers past West Blocton 32-26.
TAMAURICE SMITH, ST. PAUL’S EPISCOPAL: Had two interceptions on defense, returning one for s TD, and also rushed for 114 yards and three more scores in the Saints’ 28-21 victory over Jackson.

CONNOR WILLIAMS, GENEVA: Led the Panthers with 15 tackles and two interceptions in a 28-12 win over Straughn.
WILL SMITH & JOSEPH LEWIS, GAYLESVILLE: Posted 10 tackles apiece in the Trojans' 38-8 loss at Woodville.

SPECIAL TEAMS
CHARLES CRAWFORD, VIGOR: Returned a kickoff and a punt for touchdowns as Vigor won beat Williamson 34-20 for the Wolves’ fifth straight win.
BAILEY POTTER, SCOTTSBORO: Was five-for-five on extra points and booted two field goals (34 and 36 yards) to set a single-game Scottsboro school record for points kicked in a game and the Wildcats beat Alexandria 41-28. Potter also kicked off 8 times with 3 touchbacks.
JORDAN GRAHAM, SOUTHEASTERN: Returned a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown, caught six passes for 102 yards and two scores and also scored on a 23-yard run as Southeastern fell to Lynn 62-33.
DEERRIYIAN MILLER, MIDFIELD: Returned a kickoff 82 yards for one score and ran an interception back 50 yards for another score as the Patriots beat Carbon Hill 53-30.
ZAVIAN KELLEY, VINCENT: Returned the second-half kickoff for a touchdown and caught a 30-yard TD pass with one second remaining to lift the Yellow Jackets to a 29-27 win over Woodland.


Alabama Squad Named For 2016 Ala-Miss Football Game

MONTGOMERY – Seventeen players already committed to Division I-A schools have been selected to the 40-player Alabama All-Star Team that will face Mississippi in the 30th annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Football Game Dec. 10 at Montgomery’s Cramton Bowl.
    The roster, comprised of current high school seniors, was announced Tuesday by Alvin Briggs, Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association.  The annual contest is an event of the AHSADCA and the Alabama High School Athletic Association.
   The game was played in Mississippi for the first time in the series last year. The hosts won 28-21 on the Southern Miss campus in Hattiesburg.  That win by Mississippi snapped a seven-game winning streak by Alabama, which now holds a 21-8 edge in the series.
    “We hope the 40-man Alabama roster selected for this year’s game hosted by the AHSADCA will bring the Alabama-Mississippi Game Championship Trophy back (to Alabama),” Briggs said.
      UMS-Wright Coach Terry Curtis, who is serving as the head coach for Alabama, will be coaching a squad full of Division I-A prospects – several still embroiled in national recruiting battles.
      The roster, comprised of current high school seniors, was selected through a rigorous process that began last winter, Briggs said. “The selection committee has worked extremely hard to trim down the strong list of nominations to the 40 selected. It is a difficult task for sure, and we thank the committee for its dedication.
  “We are excited about returning to Cramton Bowl. This will provide another opportunity for the AHSAA and City of Montgomery to work together to produce an exciting event for local fans as well as our friends from Mississippi and the vast TV and Radio audience that tunes in via Raycom Media’s Alabama-Mississippi TV Network and the AHSAA Radio Network.”
   
The annual all-star event was played at Mobile’s Ladd-Peebles Stadium since its inception in 1988 until 2010. It moved to Cramton Bowl from 2011-2014. It is now on a rotating basis between the two states.
    Of the 17 players picked that are already committed, five have selected defending National Champion Alabama: running back Brian Robinson of Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa; offensive linemen Hunter Brannon of Cullman and Kendall Randolph of Bob Jones; defensive back Chadarius Townsend of Tanner;  and linebacker Markail Benton of Central-Phenix City. Auburn has commitments from two, defensive backs Malcolm Askew of McAdory and Jordyn Peters of Muscle Shoals. 
   Three other SEC schools (Arkansas, Florida and LSU) have commitments from players on the roster while Southern Cal, North Carolina, Michigan, Duke, Purdue and UAB have at least one each.
    Committed to LSU are defensive lineman Justin Thomas and McGill-Toolen defensive back John Young III. Arkansas has a commitment from quarterback Daulton Hyatt of Etowah, and tight end Zech Byrd of Stanhope Elmore has announced plans to sign with Florida.
     Curtis’ Alabama All-Star coaching staff includes Caleb Ross of McGill-Toolen, Ben Blackmon of Spanish Fort, Kelvis White of Mae Jemison, Keith Etheredge of Pell City, Steve Smith of Piedmont, Ed Rigby of Elba and Richie Busby of Fultondale.
      The game will be televised live over the Raycom Network of stations in Mississippi and Alabama. The contest will also be broadcast live over the AHSAA Radio Network.
       

 

(COMPLETE ROSTER IS BELOW)

2016 ALABAMA-MISSISSIPPI ALL-STAR GAME
December 10, noon — Cramton Bowl, Montgomery

            2016 ALABAMA FOOTBALL ALL-STAR ROSTER                                            
            
Player                                  School                                   Pos.        Ht.          Wt.
               
Daulton Hyatt                      Etowah                                  QB          6-4          190
                Leslie (Bubba) Thompson     McGill-Toolen                           QB          6-2          180
                Jaxton Carson                      Central-Phenix City                 RB          5-11        210
                Terence Dunlap                   Maplesville                               RB          6-0          178
                Brian Robinson                    Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa                 RB          6-1          215
                Logan Arnold                       Hazel Green                          TE/HB      6-4          225
                Zech Byrd                             Stanhope Elmore                 TE/HB     6-6          240
                Nico Collins                          Clay-Chalkville                        WR         6-5          210
                Noah Igbinoghene               Hewitt-Trussville                      WR         6-0          192
                Henry Ruggs, III                  Lee-Montgomery                    WR         6-0          173
                Marlon Williams                  McGill-Toolen                           TE/WR      6-1          205
                Kadarius Toney                   Blount                                    ATH       6-0          180
                Brian Anderson                    Montgomery Catholic              OL          6-3          285
                Skylar Boyd                         James Clemens                      OL          6-5          280
                Hunter Brannon                  Cullman                                 OL          6-4          295
                Rakavius Chambers           Opelika                                    OL          6-3          300
                Mason Langley                    Piedmont                               OL          6-3          305
                Clayton McConnell            Foley                                        OL          6-3          270
                Preston Mixon                      Jeff Davis                              OL          6-4          296
                Kendall Randolph               Bob Jones                               OL          6-5          306
                Malcom Askew                    McAdory                                 DB          6-0          180
                Zyon Gilbert                         Jeff Davis                              DB          6-1          172
                Marcus Jones                       Enterprise                              DB          5-9          170
                Jordyn Peters                        Muscle Shoals                       DB          6-3          190
                Chadarius Townsend          Tanner                                     DB          6-0          190
                J'marick Woods                   Florence                                 DB          6-4          205
                John Young III                    McGill-Toolen                            DB          6-1          175
                Neil Farrell                             Murphy                                 DL          6-4          290
                Alec Jackson                        Jeff Davis                              DL          6-5          274
                Ryan Johnson                      St. Paul's Episcopal                 DL          6-3          246
                Labryan Ray                        James Clemens                       DL          6-4          260
                Christian Smith                    Hewitt-Trussville                     DL          6-2          298
                Justin Thomas                      Spanish Fort                         DL          6-5          250
                Kenney Britt                         Oxford                                 LB          6-1          225
                Thomas Johnston                 Spanish Fort                         LB          6-2          220
                Sterling Jones                        Saint James                         LB          6-1          225
                Markail Benton                   Central-Phenix City                   LB          6-3          235
                Kholbe Coleman                 Hoover                                    LB          6-0          205
                Will Ignont                            Buckhorn                             OLB       6-2          230
                Jake Lane                             Park Crossing                       K/P         6-1          165

COACHING STAFF
Terry Curtis, UMS-Wright (Head Coach); Caleb Ross, McGill-Toolen; Ben Blackmon,
Spanish Fort; Kelvis White, Mae Jemison; Keith Etheredge, Pell City; Steve Smith,
Piedmont; Ed Rigby, Elba.

                                    ALABAMA ALL-STAR HISTORY                                                                       

                                    Alabama leads series 21-8