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Welcome! We are excited to be in our 7th year that covers Alabama 6A/7A High School Football! The 2014 season is around the corner and we will be adding information as the season begins. We hope that you make this a regular visit to Alabama6AFootball.com/Alabama7AFootball.com. We will give you current information on upcoming games in all 8 Regions in the state of Alabama on a weekly basis. So stay tuned!

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Week 3

Hoover 35, Oak Mountain 0 al.com
Vestavia Hills 14, Hewitt-Trussville 3 alabama7afootball.com
Baker 41, McGill-Toolen 31 al.com
Clay-Chalkville 65, Huffman 14 trussvilletribune.com
Bob Jones 50, Sparkman 3 al.com
Spanish Fort 40, LeFlore 6 gulfcoastnewstoday.com, al.com
Gadsden City 48, Grissom 14 gtpreps.com
Tuscaloosa County 26, Spain Park 7 al.com, tuscpreps.com
Fairhope 38, Alma Bryant 6 al.com
Shades Valley 39, Acadiana 21 al.com
Mountain Brook 35, Thompson 16 al.com
Daphne 62, Robertsdale 21 al.com
Prattville 48, Smiths Station 0 oanow.com, montgomeryadvertiser.com
Murphy 33, Vigor 6 al.com
Foley 44, Mary-Montgomery 7 al.com
Saraland 38, Gulf Shores 6 al.com
Carver-MGM 54, Northview 24 montgomeryadvertiser.com
Dothan 20, Stanhope Elmore 14 montgomeryadvertiser.com
Gardendale 25, Pinson Valley 21 al.com
Decatur 28, Athens 13 al.com, decaturdaily.com
Homewood 28, Briarwood Christian 6 al.com
Florence 28, Cullman 14 cullmantimes.com
Theodore 14, Davidson 7 al.com
Blount 54, Citronelle 0 al.com
Central, PC 43, Lee-Montgomery 14 oanow.com
Buckhorn 42, Huntsville 6 al.com
Jackson-Olin 36, Pelham 28 shelbycountyreporter.com
James Clemens 28, Hazel Green 24 al.com
Chelsea 43, Valley 20 oanow.com
Wetumpka 25, Park Crossing 17 montgomeryadvertiser.com
Muscle Shoals 45, Austin 28 decaturdaily.com
Northridge 16, Brookwood 6 tuscpreps.com
Opelika 53, Pell City 0 oanow.com
Hueytown 17, John Carroll al.com
Southside Gadsden 41, Arab 13 gtpreps.com
Bessemer City 60, Paul Bryant 18 al.com
 

Week 2

Shades Valley 27, Center Point 0 al.com
Gardendale 73, Huffman 41 al.com
Clay-Chalkville 48, Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 26 al.com
Bob Jones 28, James Clemens 21 al.com
Oak Mountain 14, Vestavia Hills 7 al.com, shelbycountyreporter.com
Spain Park 52, Thompson 28 shelbycountyreporter.com
Spanish Fort 38, Davidson 7 al.com
Opelika 23, Benjamin Russell 0 oanow.com
Gadsden City 30, Sparkman 9 gtpreps.com
Tuscaloosa County 28, Hewitt-Trussville 21 al.com, tuscpreps.com
Daphne 31, Blount 25 al.com
Fairhope 28, McGill-Toolen 14 al.com
Central-Phenix City 47, Auburn 17 oanow.com
Smiths Station 35, Lee-Montgomery 19 montgomeryadvertiser.com
Huntsville 42, Grissom 22 al.com

 AROUND THE STATE HEADLINES 


7A/6A ASWA Top Ten Week 1
7A Updates on some 7-on-7 tournaments
7A Hoover & Bob Jones 7-on7 Friday updates
7A Bob Jones participating on 7-on-7 this weekend
7A QB Trey Turner of Murphy commits
6A Shades Mountain athlete Keith Mixon gets offer
7A Hoover to host spring game

BEST PLAYOFF WINNING PERCENTAGE
All-Time (Minimum 5 appearances)
   
.880  Spanish Fort (22-3), 2008-2013
    .809  Hoover (82-19-1), 1969-2012  
    .794  Hazlewood (85-22), 1970-2008
    .784  Homewood (58-16), 1974-2013

COACHES WITH MOST STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
      5  Terry Curtis, UMS-Wright (2012, 2008, 2005, 2002, 2001)
      5   Danny Powell (Jackson, 2012; Leroy, 2010, 2008, 2007, 2006)

      5   Wayne Grant, Pike County (2006, 2005, 2003, 1989, 1988)
      5   Rush Propst, Hoover (2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2000)
      5   Danny Horn, Clay County (2002, 2000, 1996, 1995, 1994)
      5   Stacy Luker, Sweet Water (2010, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2004)
      4   Louis White, Courtland (1995, 1990, 1989, 1988)
      4   Jamie Riggs, T.R. Miller (2002, 2000, 1994, 1991)
      4   Nolan Atkins, Sweet Water (1986, 1982, 1979, 1978)
      4   Ben Harris, Blount (1997, 1996, 1992, 1990)

      4   Josh Niblett, Hoover (2013, 2012, 2009; Oneonta, 2004)
      3   Rickey Johnson, Hazlewood (1992, 1991, 1990)

      3   Spence McCracken, Lee-Montgomery (1992, 1991, 1986)
      3   Fred Yancey, Briarwood (2003, 1999, 1998)
      3  Jimmie Moore, Colbert County (1996, 1994, 1993)
      3  Bobby Wilson, Sidney Lanier (1968, 1967, 1966)

 2014 7A Alabama7AFootball.com Top 10
Week #4 Schedules for September 18, 19 & 20
 1  Bob Jones    3-0, 2-0  at #5 Gadsden City
 2  Hoover    2-2, 2-0  at Thompson
 3  Central-Phenix City    4-0, 2-0  at #6 Prattville
 4  Fairhope    4-0, 3-0  vs #7 Baker
 5  Gadsden City    4-0, 2-0  vs #1 Bob Jones
 6  Prattville    3-0, 1-0  vs #3 Central PC
 7  Baker    4-0, 3-0  at #4 Fairhope
 8  Tuscaloosa County    3-0, 2-0  at Oak Mountain
 9  Foley    3-1, 2-1  at Davidson
 10  Spain Park    3-1, 1-1  vs Hewitt-Trussville

 2014 6A Alabama6AFootball.com Top 10
Week #4 Schedules for September 18, 19 & 20
 1  Spanish Fort    4-0, 2-0  vs #7 Saraland
 2  Clay-Chalkville    4-0, 1-0  at Pinson Valley
 3  Shades Valley    4-0, 1-0  vs Woodlawn
 4  Opelika    3-0, 2-0  at Oxford
 5  Carver-MGM    3-0, 2-0  vs Stanhope Elmore
 6  Florence    2-1, 2-0  vs Starkville, Miss.
 7  Saraland    3-0, 3-0  at #1 Spanish Fort
 8  Daphne    2-1, 2-1  vs Citronelle
 9  Blount    2-1, 1-1  vs Gulf Shores
 10  Muscle Shoals    2-1, 1-1  at Athens

 GAME OF THE WEEK | Vestavia Hills at Hewitt-Trussville | September 12, 2014 

TRUSSVILLE, Alabama -- Buddy Anderson won his record breaking win tonight as the all-time winningest football coach in Alabama as Vestavia Hills defeated Hewitt-Trussville 14-3 tonight. Anderson won his first game 37 years ago at Jack Wood Stadium in Trussville so it was fitting tonight that he broke the record at the same location.

Anderson gets victory No. 310 tonight and couldn't be more proud of his team. "I'm very thankful to get that win here tonight," said Rebels head coach Anderson. "God has a great sense of humor and this is very special." The win broke a tie with Fayette County Waldon Tucker for wins in the state of Alabama.

The score was 0-0 at the half but both teams had a chance to score in the first half. On the second drive of the first half, Hewitt-Trussville moved the ball 77-yards to the Rebels one yard line but on a fourth & one play, the Rebels stopped Huskies quarterback Zac Thomas for a one-yard loss and a big opportunity for an opening touchdown. MORE GAME STORY

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