Volleyball State Championships

St. Paul's wins 5A
  | Addison wins 2A | Mountain Brook wins 7A | John Carroll wins 6A | Athens Bible wins 1A | Bayside wins 3A Danville wins 4A

Football Playoff Meetings: (1A, 2A, & 3A - 9:00 a.m.) (4A, 5A, 6A, & 7A - 10:30 a.m.) - AHSAA Office

2014 Crowd at State Volleyball Tournament (photo by AHSAA staff)
Carver-Montgomery in Champions Challenge (photo by Tom Ewart)
2014 Guntersville volleyball taking on St. Paul's (photo by AlabamaHS.photo)
Opelika HS takes the field in Champions Challenge (photo by Tom Ewart)
Deshler's Anna Curtis in the Chickasaw Invitational (photo by Todd Thompson)
Dadeville vs Piedmont in Champions Challenge (photo by Tom Ewart)
2013 State Swimming Championships (Photo by Todd Thompson)
Tre Williams, Valley HS (Photo by Mike Lett)
Homewood's Alex Ngei at the Chickasaw Invitational (photo by Todd Thompson)
UMS-Wright vs Clarke County (photo by Jeremy Sellers)
Athens Bible School XC Invitational (photo by David Brown)
2014 Danville VB team prepares for their State Final match (photo by AlabamaHS.photo)

In Season Sports

Football
Playoff Meetings:
1A, 2A, & 3A - 9:00 a.m. AHSAA Office
4A, 5A, 6A, & 7A - 10:30 a.m. AHSAA Office

Playoff Pairings


Playoff Brackets:
1A 2A 3A 4A 5A 6A 7A

Region Standings:

(1A | 2A | 3A | 4A | 5A | 6A | 7A)


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Cross Country

State Meet:
Hotels:
Marriott Courtyard (Decatur)

Regular Season:

Meet Results
Fall Sports Book 2014

Volleyball

Scores
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State Tournament:
State Scores
Brackets:
1A 2A 3A 4A 5A 6A 7A

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Fall Sports Book 2014

AHSAA Newsletter

October: 

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Rules Updates

If your tournament is not listed on the www.ahsaa.com website, your school is not cleared by the AHSAA to participate in the tournament.

 

If you have a tournament listed on your schedule in any sport, the tournament must have all the participants listed and your principal must certify it before it becomes a sanctioned tournament.  If it is still purple on your schedule, it is not complete.

 

There are over 200 tournaments listed on the "to be sanctioned" list in C2C that do not have the required information.

 

•        If you are not hosting a tournament, please do not add it to your schedule.  Only host schools should add the tournament(s) to their schedules.  If you have added a tournament to your schedule and you are not the host school, please delete the tournament and have the host school add the tournament and list all the participants – this will add it back to your schedule.

 

•        If you have put a tournament on your schedule as host, please make sure that all the participants are listed. If you have not added your participants, go to your schedule, double click the tournament you need to edit, click on the participant tab and add your opponents one at a time by clicking add.

 

•        Finally, please make sure your principal has certified each tournament. If the principal has not certified your tournament, he/she must sign in to C2C with his/her login/password, go to certifications, competition certifications and certify the tournament.

 

Any tournament played without being sanctioned (participants added, principal certified) will result in a rule violation and an assessment of the applicable penalty.


 

Heat Timeouts: According to Rule 3-5-7g in the National Federation Rules Book, an official may grant a heat timeout anytime during the contest when it is warranted. As a matter of procedure, the AHSAA has instructed the Referee at each game to make this decision.

The AHSAA will mandate the heat timeouts being called during the first dead ball period after the six-minute mark in each of the four quarters. These mandated timeouts will be used during the first three weeks of the season that begins Aug. 21 or 22. Other administrative football rules click here.



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