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The end of April always means that spring football practices are opening. Although schools in Alabama may practice anytime the second semester, almost everyone now works at the end of the school year.According to AHSAA rules, teams must spend three days conditioning in shorts/helmets without teachin ...
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New rules on blindside blocks and pop up onside kicks are the latest changes made by the National Federation of State High School Football Rules Committee. The newest rules are keeping with the current trends of minimizing risks to the high school football players.The rules committee met January 20- ...
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The ALFCA is once again sponsoring the USA Football 7 on 7 Regional Championships. This year’s event will be held in Montgomery at the Emory Folmar Soccer Complex on Thursday, June 29th.  There will be large school (6A-7A) and small school (1A-5A) varsity divisions, as well as a 9th/JV division. ...
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President Terry Curtis of the Alabama Football Coaches Association has appointed two new board members to replace two coaches who changed jobs and districts this spring.Coach Jimmy Perry of St. James School has been chosen to represent District 3, replacing Randy Ragsdale of Trinity. Coach Ragsdale ...
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ALABAMA FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION

Established 2005