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10-14-19 Ian Jackson (Prattville) - Received an offer to University of Toledo
9-17-19 Antoine Williams (Pinson Valley) - Invited to the All-American Bowl with Elite Raw Talent
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
James Clemens 21, Vestavia Hills 20 Final | Friday - November 8, 2019
MADISON, Alabama -- The JC Comeback! Call it the greatest comeback in James Clemens football history as the Jets get the trilling 21-20 comeback win over Vestavia Hills in the Class 7A playoffs. Trailing 20-7 with 6:06 left in the game, James Clemens scores two touchdown and a 2-point conversion with only :28 seconds left in the game to survive and advance and host powerhouse Hoover next week at the Madison City School Stadium next Friday night.
James Clemens (9-2) scored on a Connor Cantrell to Chris Hope 51-yard touchdown long toss on a fourth and long play to cut the Vestavia Hills lead to 20-13 with 6:06 left in the game. Vestavia Hill moved the ball down the field but was intercepted by defensive back Tyrone Wilson and he gave the Jets one more scoring opportunity. MORE GAME STORY
Mountain Brook 13, Gardendale 10 Final | Friday - November 1, 2019
GARDENDALE, Alabama -- After Gardendale kicked a field goal in overtime to take a three point lead to start the overtime period, Strother Gibbs found the end zone on a 1-yard touchdown run to give 7A Mountain Brook a 13-10 hard fought victory over 6A Gardendale at Gardendale High School on Friday night. Mountain Brook had two attempts at field goals late in regulation, but failed on the two attempts mostly due to a new holder that had to be inserted due to injury on the regular holder.
Mountain Brook (8-2) had a methodical drive late in the fourth quarter and had a short field goal for the win, but was not attempted on a bad exchange between the center and holder. Gardendale took over the ball at their own three yard line but two plays later they fumbled and gave the ball right back to Mountain Brook for another scoring opportunity. With :09 seconds left in the game, Mountain Brook had another field goal attempt but is was blocked by Kaniji Chandler and the Rockets escaped and took the game to overtime. MORE GAME STORY
Minor 14, Bessemer City 13 Final | Thursday - October 31, 2019
ADAMSVILLE, Alabama -- A mixed extra point by Bessemer City with less than four minutes of the game gave Minor a 14-13 victory on Tony Lunceford Field at Minor High School on Thursday night. Bessemer City scored on a fumble recovery in the Minor end zone and the game was looking like overtime, but it didn't happen as the Purple Tigers extra point sailed wide left.
Minor (6-4) used a stingy defense for most of the night giving up only one touchdown on the night. "The spirit of resilience and the spirit of trust," said Tenacious Tigers head coach Adrian Adams. "We trust in our teammates, we trust in ourselves, trust in our coaches and trust in our technique so when your up or down you fall back on what you were taught by your coaches. We been trying to instill discipline because when your in a close game like this you can overcome and win a game like this or a playoff game. I'm so proud of this team." MORE GAME STORY
Hoover 34, Mountain Brook 10 Final | Friday - October 25, 2019
MOUNTAIN BROOK, Alabama -- The Hoover defense scored two first half touchdowns to give the Bucs a 34-10 win over Mountain Brook in a key Class7A, Region 3 game. The Bucs offense was shut out the first half, but came back and scored 24 second half points to go on for the win.
Hoover (8-1, 6-1) will go on and play Sparkman, the #3 seed in Region 4 while Mountain Brook will travel to Florence to play the #2 seed in Region 4. Hoover running back Anthony Hayes scored a rushing touchdown and a receiving touchdown in the Bucs win. MORE GAME STORY LATER