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Updating 2016 schedules & adding to our recruiting page on a daily basis
RB Damon Williams (Gadsden City) Tennessee is one of his favorites going into the Spring. DB Malcom Askew (McAdory) Auburn is leader after visit Thursday, 13 SEC offers. Will play QB next year. 2015 Alabama All-Star team for Alabama-Mississippi Football Game
Playing Rules and Teaching Technique Are Changing High School Football for the Better by AHSAA
7A 2015 coaching changes
6A 2015 coaching changes
McGill-Toolen 14, Spain Park 12 Final | Wednesday, December 2, 2015
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama -- The McGill-Toolen Yellow Jackets get their first ever AHSAA 7A State Championship with a 14-12 win over Spain Park Wednesday night at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Yellow Jackets running back Terrell Kennedy rushed for 203 yards on 22 carries and scored two touchdowns was named game MVP.
Kennedy scored his two touchdowns in the first half along with a stingy McGill-Toolen defense controlled the Spain Park offense for much of the game. "Really proud of this football team," said Yellow Jackets Head coach Caleb Ross. "I lot of people doubted us that we could win a state championship coming off a 4-6 record, but we didn't doubt ourselves. Our goal was to win a state championship and we did it. Even in some tough moments tonight, they hung together and I'm so proud of them hanging together on getting the win."
Clay-Chalkville 45, Austin 35 Final | Friday - Nov 27, 2015
DECATUR, Alabama -- Clay-Chalkville quarterback Ty Pigrome scored on a 9-yard touchdown run with 2:05 left in the game to give the #1 Cougars a 45-35 win over Austin in the AHSAA Class 6A Semi-final game. Clay-Chalkville will advance to the state championship game and play #2 Spanish Fort in the Super 7 Friday at 7:00 p.m. at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa.
Clay-Chalkville (14-0) has won 29 consecutive games and will return to the 6A championship game. "We have unbelievable kids and great assistant coaches," said Cougars Head coach Jerry Hood. "We talked to our kids before the season that this will be the toughest thing that you will every do. Are you mature enough to prepare for every single week so we could get back to this point."
Pigrome had a big game for the Cougars accounting for five touchdowns on the night. "Coach Floyd did a great job of calling those runs with Ty because it gives us an extra blocker," added Hood. "He is good enough to break a tackle, what an incredible kid that a lot of big time schools are going to miss out on him except for Purdue, Indiana and Georgia Tech. They are going after a special football player." Pigrome completed 10-of-18 passing for 173 yards and two touchdowns with 92 yards on 18 carries and three touchdowns. MORE GAME STORY