Welcome! We are excited to be in our 13th year that covers Alabama 7A & 6A High School Football! Check out our new recruiting page. The 2020 season is coming up this fall! 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 7A & 6A Regions in the state of Alabama on a weekly basis. So stay tuned!
09-25-20 Dothan Wolves homecoming games versus Cairo, Ga is cancelled due to COVID-19 positive test on a Cariro player
09-18-20 Woodlawn has cancelled games with Homewood and Selma
09-16-20 Thompson at Hewitt-Trussville game will be broadcast on ESPNU at 7:30 pm
09-15-20 Helena has cancelled games with Pelham and McAdory due to COVID-19 concerns
09-08-20 WR Jackson Meeks (Central-Phenix City) committed to the Georgia Bulldogs
09-03-20 A Russell County player has tested positive for COVID-19 so the Park Crossing game for September 4 is canceled
08-01-20 Baldwin County due to health and safety concerns, cancelled games with Blount (9/4) and Saraland (9/11)
08-28-20 Huntsville cancelled game with Mountain Brook tonight and is looking to play Calera on Saturday
08-24-20 Hueytown has cancelled this Friday's game vs Clay-Chalkville due to Covid019, then administrations say game back on for Friday, but canceled again
08-24-20 Kenji Christian picks Virginia Tech over Ole Miss
08-21-20 Arab at Albertville was rained out tonight. It will be played Friday night.
08-19-20 The Dothan at Hoover game cancelled due to COVID-19 and Hoover will travel to Central-Phenix City for a 8:00 pm/7:00 pm game
08-01-20 Tre Roberson (Thompson) - received offers from Southern Illinois, Navy, Army, and Coastal Carolina
08-01-20 Assistant Coach DJ Looney (Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns) - passed away Saturday morning following a heart attack during a team workout at Cajun Field
Hoover 28, Prattville 6 Final | Friday - September 25, 2020
HOOVER, Alabama -- The #2 Hoover Bucs used a stingy defense and a strong run game as they go and get the win over Prattville 28-6 Friday night at the Hoover Met. Prattville led 6-0 on a punt return to get the early lead, but it was all Hoover after scoring 28 straight points and the defense getting a shutout the rest of the way.
Hoover (6-0) used a balance attack with 190 rushing yards and 184 passing yards for the win. "To God be the glory, I just saw some fight in our guys as our we answered the bell," said Bucs Head coach Josh Niblett. "We have to find out who we are. We want to get more physical in the run game, physical on defense, and came up with turnovers in the second half and we got stops on defense all night long. Team continues to play fast and physical while getting off the field on third down. We took the game over in the second half and forced our will on them. I'm proud how our guys bounced back after the punt return. This was a total team effort. Being physical on running the football was key for us." MORE GAME STORY
Thompson 35, Hewitt-Trussville 21 Final | Friday - September 18, 2020
TRUSSVILLE, Alabama -- The #1 Thompson Warriors kept their undefeated record intact while going on the road and getting a 35-21 Class 7A, Region 3 huge win over the #3 Hewitt-Trussville Huskies Friday night at Trussville Stadium. Thompson scored all 35 points in the first half to improve to 5-0 on the season and 3-0 in region play. With the win, the Warriors have the inside lead the region title but still have a big game with Hoover coming up in the second half of the season.
The connection of Connor Harrell and his four Warriors wide receivers was the difference in the game. "A lot of heart and a lot of effort from our team," said Warriors Head coach Mark Freeman. "We played very well in the first half. Special teams hurt us so there are things that we need to clean up, but anytime you go on the road in this region and get a win take that win and go. We beat a very good football team." MORE GAME STORY
Mountain Brook 24, Shades Valley 7 Final | Thursday - September 17, 2020
MOUNTAIN BROOK, Alabama -- The #1 Mountain Brook Spartans used a stingy defense and defeated the Shades Valley Mounties 24-7 Thursday night at Spartan Stadium. The only Shades Valley score came after a Mountain Brook turnover deep in the Spartans territory that the Mounties punched in for their only touchdown.
Mountain Brook (5-0, 3-0) held Shades Valley to less than 150 total yards on the night and was lights out for most of the game. "The defense played their guts out, they had a great game plan," said Spartans Head coach Chris Yeager. "Unbelievable game plan. I was concerned about their quarterback coming in and we contained him and I didn't think that was possible. We had a shut out if we didn't have these stupid penalties, but the defense was fantastic and I was really proud the way the defense played. The defense really got after it from the opening kick to the horn sounded at the end of the game. That is something to build on." The Mounties quarterback Earl Woods completed only 5-of-17 passing for 25 yards with 72 yards on 11 carries. MORE GAME STORY
Austin 42, James Clemens 28 Final | Friday - September 11, 2020
DECATUR, Alabama -- Jevon Jackson had two huge third quarter touchdown runs to lead #7 Austin to a big win over #5 James Clemens in a Class 7A Region 4 game at Black Bears Stadium Friday night. Trailing by one point in the third quarter, touchdown runs of 33-yards and 53-yards propelled the Black Bears to the big win.
This was James Clemens first region loss since 2017 and Austin was ready to redeem themselves after two losses the last two years. "We had to come out with some redemption in this game," said Black Bears running back Jackson. "We had to get them here after losing to them by a close game last year at their place." MORE GAME STORY