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AHSAA Scoreboard Week 3

AHSAA SCOREBOARDCLASS 7AAuburn 21, Prattville 6Bob Jones 17, Sparkman 14Davidson 28, Baker 0Fairhope 17, Theodore 14Foley 31, Alma Bryant 13Gadsden City 38, James Clemens 35Hewitt-Trussville 49, Grissom 7Hoover 27, Spain Park 24Huffman 32, Tuscaloosa County 28Huntsville 24, Buckhorn 14Jeff D ...
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ALFCA CoachSpeak from Week 2

"In our second game of the season, we still did a lot of things to beat ourselves. You have to take your hat off to Coach Shamburger. The dominated the line of scrimmage from the get go, and it took us a while to respond. We have to re-commit ourselves to raising our level of physicality or it isn't ...
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Losses last week slid some schools out of the ASWA Top Ten Poll but allowed ten other schools to show up for the first time.  Theodore's victory over Baker jumped the Bobcats all the way to #7 in the 7A poll.  Oak Mountain made its first appearance in the same list at #9.  The 6A listing welcomed ...
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How the Top Ten Fared

All of the #1 teams won this week as region play began.  There were no top ten losses in 5A and 6A but in 4A former champions Handley and Madison Academy were both defeated again to drop their records to 0-2. In Class 3A the #3 and #4 teams both lost by big scores. Class 7ACentral Pheni ...
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The Central Phenix City defense held off a late scoring attempt by Auburn after an onside kick recovery to defeat the Tigers 34-28 Friday night at Duck Samford Stadium in Auburn.Auburn's Jay Walker rips off a run in the 34-28 loss to Central.Adam Sparks | for the O-A NewsDown 21-14 at half, Central ...
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The Auburn High School Tigers and the Central of Phenix City Red Devils are very familiar with each other. Since 1984 the teams have played yearly and last season Central defeated Auburn in the regular season and in the playoffs.  But Friday night's matchup between the number #1 Red Devils and the ...
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AHSAA Week 2 Scores

Class 7AAlma Bryant 29, Robertsdale 22Bob Jones 40, James Clemens 14Central-Phenix City 34, Auburn 28Davidson 24, Foley 7Fairhope 43, Mary Montgomery 14Grissom 21, Huntsville 9Hewitt-Trussville 38, Gadsden City 24Hoover 31, Mountain Brook 21Jeff Davis 50, Smiths Station 2McGill-Toolen Catholi ...
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The 5 Most Common Football Injuries (and How to Prevent Them)By Maren AuxierThe crisp feeling in the air reminds us that football season is around the corner. Football games are a time to come together to cheer on our favorite teams and players. It's a good excuse to sip on an ice-cold beer and ove ...
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It was 1968 the last time the Austin Black Bears had a number one ranking.  But the ASWA lofted them to the top spot in the 6A rankings after Ramsay's loss last week.  The only unanimous selection this week was 1A powerhouse Maplesville. Briarwood took over the #1 spot after Beauregard's loss and ...
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When the Alabama Football Coaches Association formed in 2005, it needed a sponsor quickly to help get it off the ground and running.  Russell Athletics stepped up immediately and the ALFCA soon became an important part of the high school football landscape because of Russell's commitment.Stepping u ...
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