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Scores for November 18, 2022 (Final Regular Season)
Lost 13-14 vs Auburn
Won 14-13 at Central
Lost 10-40 vs Thompson
Won 40-10 at Hoover
2022 6A Alabama6AFootball.com Top 10
Scores for November 18 (Final Regular Season)
Won 28-7 vs St Paul's
Lost 7-28 at Mt Brook
Won 57-56 vs Homewood
Won 28-7 vs Hartselle
Won 38-7 vs Gardendale
Hoover 28, Hewitt-Trussville 11 Final | Friday - November 11, 2022
HOOVER, Alabama -- The Hoover Bucs turned in another dominant performance as they defeated Hewitt-Trussville 28-11 in the AHSAA 7A second-round playoff game Friday night at the Hoover Met. The Bucs first-team defense only gave up a field goal in three-plus quarters, while the offense rolled in the first half for the playoff win.
Hoover (11-1) took a 21-3 halftime lead, while the first-team defense only gave up one drive for three points. "Our goal is not to let them score each week," said Bucs defensive lineman Jordan Norman. "We have been locked in, and it starts on Sunday each week working out, and it carries out throughout the week so we can be successful on Friday nights. We push the offense to improve each week as we battle each other. I want to finish this off and get a ring." MORE GAME STORY
Hoover 9, Thompson 0 | Friday - October 21, 2022
ALABASTER, Alabama -- The #4 Hoover Bucs used a stingy defense to defeat #3 Thompson 9-0 at Warriors Stadium on Friday night. With the Buc's win, they win the Class 7A, Region 3 title, and the #1 seed in the region as they will host Bob Jones in the first round of the 2022 playoffs.
Hoover (9-1, 7-0) came into the game knowing that points would be hard to come by on offense and that the Bucs' defense would need to step up. "We are brothers that play together," said Bucs DL Andrew Parrish. "We had a great week of practice coming into this game; we were focused. The defense knows what to do on game days. We show up and dominate. This is awesome." MORE GAME STORY
Carver-MGM 22, Pike Road 19 | Thursday, October 20, 2022
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - Wide receiver MarQuan Jamerson caught three touchdown passes as #10 Carver-Montgomery Wolverines defeated Pike Road 22-19 at the Crampton Bowl Thursday night. With the win, Carver wins the Class 6A, Region 2 title, and the Region 2 #1 seed in the playoffs.
Carver (8-1, 6-0) scored 22 points in the first half, while the stingy defense shut out Pike Road in the second half for the region win. "We want to get back into a state notice and showcase our talent," said Wolverines head coach Marcus Gardner. "All summer, it has been a team effort to make a run. Last three weeks, the defense made it personal to get back to holding teams under 20 points; that is what they have done. These guys have been grinding. People don't understand they have busted it since summer,r and it is paying off for them." MORE GAME STORY
Central- Phenix City 38, Auburn 17 | Friday - October 14, 2022
PHENIX CITY, Alabama - The #4 Central Phenix City Red Devils used a balanced offense to knock off the #1 Auburn Tigers 38-17 in a big Class 7A, Region 2 contest at Garrett-Harrison Stadium on Friday night. With the Red Devils getting the region win, they need a win over Prattville in Week #10 to win the region title.
Central-Phenix City (7-2, 6-1) had 422 total yards on the night with 259 rushing yards and 163 passing yards and moved the ball around to their playmakers for most of the night. "We played really good. You have to play really good to beat a team like that," said Red Devils head coach Patrick Nix. "Probably the most complete game we have played this year. I'm proud of our team. We have worked hard to get here. Players have grown up, matured, and learned. We have to keep improving every day. We didn't win a state championship tonight. We have to get better and improve every day." MORE GAME STORY
Prattville 42, Lee-Montgomery 18 | Thursday - October 13, 2022
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- The #8 Prattville Lions came on the road and defeated Lee-Montgomery 42-18 at the Cramton Bowl on Thursday night. In the first half, the Lions used some big plays by wide receiver Kam Shanks to win the Class 7A, Region 2 game.
Shanks caught a touchdown pass and returned a punt for a touchdown that led to the big win over Lee-Montgomery. "This win means a lot to us being a region game," said Prattville WR Shanks. "We need this region game to get where we want to be in the playoffs." MORE GAME STORY
Gardendale 34, Minor 14 | Friday - October 7, 2022
ADAMSVILLE, Alabama -- Tyler Nelson rushed for three touchdowns to lead #7 Gardendale to a 34-14 win over Minor in a Class 6A, Region 5 game at Minor Stadium on Friday night. Nelson made three explosive runs for scores, and the Rocket's defense grounded the Tiger's passing game for much of the game as Gardendale came away with the significant region win.
Nelson was the most dynamic offensive player on the field, showing Friday night. "On offense, I would like to see us drive the ball, but when you have a guy like Tyler Nelson who can take a bad play and watch him turn it into a touchdown, that is something special," said Rockets head coach Chad Eads. "As an offensive line coach, I would like to see a methodical drive, but I appreciate him as he is our best player, the most athletic guy, a very hard worker, and shows up every Friday night." MORE GAME STORY
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- Cole Gamble had over 200 total yards and three touchdowns at the #4 Mountain Brook Spartans defeated the Parker Thundering Herd 35-6 in a Class 6A, Region 5 contest at Major Brown Memorial Stadium on Thursday night. Mountain Brook scored their first three times on offense and rolled to the region win again, Parker.
Mountain Brook (6-1, 4-0) leaned on the ground game to get the win and will stay undefeated in the region. "We did an awesome job up front on running the ball," said Spartans RB Gamble. "We changed many things during our off week, and it came all together tonight. We put many reps into practice; it is just becoming second nature. The off week helped us correct some mistakes against Hoover, which paid off tonight." MORE GAME STORY