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9-02-19 HC Kenny King (Daphe) - “It was brought to my attention that Daphne High School unintentionally played an ineligible athlete in our game against Spanish Fort last Friday,” King said in a prepared statement sent to media outlets. “Following the review of this matter, DHS did play an ineligible athlete in violation of the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) home rule and restitution is required. “Therefore, Daphne High School will self-report this violation tomorrow and forfeit Friday’s night game against Spanish Fort.
8-29-19 Trinity Bell (Albertville) - received an offer from the University of Illinois
8-27-19 Dee Beck (Florence) - received an offer to play football and basketball at the University of Florida
8-23-19 Tyrone Franklin (Lee-Montgomery) - received an offer from Bethune Cookman University
8-22-19 Ty Rawls (Wetumpka) - was selected to play in this year's Blue-Gray Football All-American Bowl
8-22-19 Jaylon Evans (Huffman) - received his 6th offer from Chowan University
8-16-19 Jaylon Barrett (Austin) - Invited to the Hawaii Tiki Bowl in Honolulu, Hawaii
8-15-19 Samuel Howard (Shades Valley) - received his 3rd offer from Grinnell College
8-14-19 GaQuincy McKinstry (Pinson Valley) - received a basketball offer from the University of Kansas to play basketball and football
8-14-19 Alex Cull (Northridge) - received an offer from Huntigndon College
8-14-19 Brett Staples (Pell City) - received an offer from Huntingdon College
8-1-19 Tavares Womack (Jeff Davis) - verbal commit to Jacksonville State
Pinson Valley 31, Clay-Chalkville 7 Final | Friday - September 13, 2019
CLAY, Alabama -- Quarterback Barry White threw for three touchdown passes in the second half to help #3 Pinson Valley to a 31-7 win over #6 Clay-Chalkville on Jerry Hood Field at Clay-Chalkville High School Friday night. The Pinson Valley defense held Clay-Chalkville out of the end zone for three quarters go on and get the big Class 6A, Region 6 win.
With the Pinson Valley win, they hold a six game winning streak over Clay-Chalkville. "This was a huge win for us, anytime you can get a win against Clay-Chalkville, it is a huge win," said Indians head coach Bo Nix. "We played hard together and everyone played well. I was proud the way we played tonight. It was a total team effort. This was a total effort. Defensively, we made a lot of tackles and put pressure on their quarterback. We gave them a lot of looks and executed our game plan." MORE GAME STORY
Park Crossing 42, Dothan 27 Final | Thursday - September 12, 2019
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- The combination of Jayvius Langford to William Ford was good for three touchdowns as Park Crossing goes on a defeats #9 Dothan 42-27 in a key Class 6A, Region 2 contest at the Cramton Bowl on Thursday night. With the win, the Thunderbirds get their first win of the season along being a region win and that is something they wanted to accomplish in this game with Dothan.
With the win, Park Crossing improves to 1-3 on the season and 1-0 in region play. "We wanted to come out playing hard, playing fast and playing together," said Thunderbirds head coach Clayton Harris. "We wanted to go 1-0 in region play and we accomplished that goal. We have played one of the hardest schedules in the whole state of Alabama. We still have Central-Phenix City and Auburn 7A teams left on our schedule. We have been in every game so far this season so it was nice to get that win. We have played a playoff schedule." MORE GAME STORY
Thompson 48, Hoover 30 Final | Friday - September 6, 2019
The #3 Thompson Warriors came back from being down to #1 Hoover 17-0 early in the second half and outscored the Bucs 48-13 in the last three quarters to get the big 48-30 Class 7A, Region 3 win at Warrior Stadium Friday night.
With the Bucs leading 30-28 to start the fourth quarter, Bucs quarterback Robby Ashford was driving Hoover down the field in Warrior territory but a shoe diving tackle by a Thompson player injured the Bucs quarterbacks ankle and sent the Hoover offense pretty much non-existing from that point of the game till the final horn. Hoover didn't score any more the rest of the game and found out that Ashford is out for at least six weeks with a broken ankle and could put the Bucs playoffs dreams up in the air. Backup quarterback Josh Lundy will be called into action the rest of the region play. MORE GAME STORY
Lee-Montgomery 59, Jeff Davis 14 Final | Thursday - September 5, 2019
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- The Lee-Montgomery Generals rolled up 568 of total yards of offense and scored a touchdown of eight of their nine possessions as they go on to defeat Jeff Davis 59-14 Thursday night in the Cramton Bowl. Big nights by quarterback Tyrone Franklin, running backs Reggie Davis and Kyrie Hill led the way for the Generals big night.
The Generals get their first region win of the season and look to get many more as the season goes. "We finally came out tonight and played an okay game," said Generals head coach Eric Hudson. "It wasn't a complete game and there are still things we need to get better at. We improved this game on not having many penalties and the quarterback play was better not having any turnovers coming into this game with four interceptions." MORE GAME STORY