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Week 4 Scores

Abbeville 41, Cottonwood 0Addison 33, Midfield 8Alabama Christian 35, BTW-Tuskegee 6Alexandria 38, St. Clair County 0Aliceville 34, Sulligent 20Athens 22, Hazel Green 0Auburn 43, Dothan 13Austin 42, James Clemens 28Autaugaville 35, Verbena 6B.B. Comer 22, LaFayette 19Baker 50, Alma Bryant 18Bayside ...
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Week 2 Football Scores

Abbeville 34, Headland 13Alabama Christian 49, Highland Home 28Alexandria 52, Jacksonville 21Alma Bryant 26, Mary Montgomery 6American Christian 33, Greensboro 12Auburn 37, Opelika 10Autaugaville 30, Talladega County Central 0Bayside Academy 44, Houston Academy 3Beauregard beat BTW-Tuskegee, forfei ...
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No one knows what this season has in store, but Hudl has resources to help you prepare. From dealing with no fans in stands restrictions to navigating remote recruiting, get all the info you need to navigate the challenges of the coronavirus outbreak.To make sure that tight budgets don't stand in b ...
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During his tenure as AHSAA executive director, Steve Savarese has always emphasized the priority of the AHSAA should be the student athlete. On Wednesday he proved it.Along with his staff and the Central Board of Control, Savarese sent out the word that Alabama intended to put students back to play ...
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The ALFCA held its annual summer board meeting on Wednesday, July 8th at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Montgomery.AHSAA Executive Director Steve Savarese and associate director Alvin Briggs joined the meeting after the first hour.Executive Director Jack Wood welcomed a full board as every board membe ...
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ALFCA News and Notes

Dr. Eric Mackey, state superintendent of education discussed fall sports in his press conference on Friday. He says that there will be games, but it may look differently. Guidelines for football will more than likely include extended sidelines to spread out players, less people on the sidelines and ...
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He was the biggest name in high school coaching in Alabama in the 1960s and 70s. His teams dominated like few have done in the great football history of the state.Mac Champion passed away this past week. He was a unique man and one of the first cerebral coaches who always seemed to be able to someh ...
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Coaching News

1.Vestavia's Buddy Anderson has announced that the 2020 season will be his last.“This is going to be my last year,” Anderson told AL.com. “I told my coaches and players today it will be the last go-around. God called me to be a high school coach on Jan. 12, 1968. I know exactly where I was an ...
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In this time of keeping everything as clean as we possibly can, Auburn University equipment czar Dana Marquez offers some great advice to avoid staph, MRSA and even the coronavirus.Dana is the Associate Athletic Director of Equipment Operations at Auburn University. Dana is also the founder of Helm ...
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Pat Dye

Football is our state lost one of our icons this week with the passing of Coach Pat Dye.I was a young coach, in my third year, when Coach Dye was hired at Auburn in December of 1980.He had a tremendous impression on me and my beliefs about football.No one ever wanted to go to Auburn more than Pat D ...
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