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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 9

Pinson Valley 28, Shades Valley 26 al.com
Clay-Chalkville 45, Gardendale 20 al.com
Bob Jones 41, Hazel Green 31 al.com
Buckhorn 37, Gadsden City 20 al.com
 

Week 8

Hoover 42, Vestavia Hills 0 alabama7afootball.com
Daphne 7, Spanish Fort 0 al.com
Bob Jones 42, Huntsville 21 al.com
Gadsden City 62-Hazel Green 38 gtpreps.com
Clay-Chalkville 42, Woodlawn 8 al.com
Oak Mountain 34, Spain Park 27 al.com
Auburn 37, Prattville 7 oanow.com
Shades Valley 45, Huffman 25 al.com
Hewitt-Trussville 28, Mountain Brook 10 al.com
Central-PC 31, Jeff Davis 20 montgomeryadvertiser.com
Saraland 41, LeFlore 14 al.com
Florence 25, Hartselle 3 timesdaily.com
Carver-MGM 28, Dothan 17 dothaneagle.com
Opelika 66, Chilton Co 20 oanow.com
James Clemens 28, Sparkman 13 al.com
Southside-Gadsden 42, Scottsboro 16 gtpreps.com
Enterprise 45, Smiths Station 7 oanow.com
Pelham 47, John Carroll 0 shelbycountyreporters.com
Tuscaloosa Co 10, Thompson 0 tuscpreps.com
Homewood 28, Hueytown 14 al.com
Foley 31, Theodore 15 al.com
Wetumpka 27, Northview 20 dothaneagle.com
Minor 30, Briarwood 12 al.com
Decatur 33, Cullman 13 decaturdaily.com
Bessemer City 35, Northridge 14 al.com
Gardendale 41, Fort Payne 7 al.com
Stanhope Elmore 41, Carroll 13 montgomeryadvertiser.com
Mary-Montgomery 17, Alma Bryant 14 al.com
Robertsdale 20, Gulf Shores 0 gulfcoastnewstoday.com
Pell City 35, Chelsea 33 al.com
Murphy 48, McGill-Toolen 31 al.com
Austin 24, Athens 7 decaturdaily.com
Albertville 27, Brewer 14 al.com
Buckhorn 48, Grissom 14 al.com
Pinson Valley 31, Center Point 0 al.com
Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 53, Paul Bryant 19 tuscpreps.com
Arab 34, Lee_Huntsville 27 al.com
 

Week 7

Foley 23, Murphy 14 al.com
Hoover 66, Tuscaloosa Co 27 tuscpreps.com
Bob Jones 50, Grissom 13 al.com
Spanish Fort 21, Blount 14 al.com
American Heritage, Fl. 54, Central-PC 31 oanow.com
Fairhope 47, Mary-Montgomery 25 al.com
Oak Mountain 27, Mountain Brook 24 shelbycountyreporter.com
in Park 14, Vestavia Hills 13 al.com
Florence 42, Athens 7 al.com
Prattville 42, Enterprise 13 dothaneagle.com
Gadsden City 42, James Clemens 35 gtpreps.com
Opelika 52, Valley 14 oanow.com
Oxford 28, Pell City 0 annistonstar.com
Homewood 17, Walker 10 al.com
Northview 31, Dothan 14 dothaneagle.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

Most Super 6 State Championships

1A:  (5) Sweet Water, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010

2A:  (5) Leroy, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010

       (4) Clay Co., 1996, 2000, 2005 (1 in 1A, 2002)

       (3) Southern Choctaw, 1998, 1999, 2002

3A:  (3) Pike County, 2003, 2005, 2006

4A:  (5) UMS-Wright, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2008, 2012

5A:  (4) Homewood, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005
       (3) Spanish Fort,  2010, 2012, 2013

6A:  (8) Hoover, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2012, 2013

       (4) Prattville, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011

TEAM
MOST STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
      All-Time

        11    Hazlewood, 1970, 1975, 1981, 1982, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2000
        10     Hoover (W.A. Berry), 1977, 1982 (co), 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2012, 2013
         9     Sweet Water, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1986, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010
         6     Clay County, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2002, 2005
         6     T.R. Miller, 1969, 1984, 1991, 1994, 2000, 2002
         6     Homewood, 1974, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005
         6     UMS-Wright, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2008, 2012
 
    
Consecutive
          5   Hazlewood, 1988-92
          4   Hoover, 2002-05


MOST CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES
           
17  
Hoover (W.A. Berry), 1969-2013
            14   Haz
lewood, 1970-2000
            12   Colbert County, 1967-2002
            12   Sweet Water, 1978-2010


MOST STATE PLAYOFF WINS
       All-Time
      
         85   Hazlewood, 1970-2008
         83   T.R. Miller, 1969-2013
         82   Colbert County, 1967-2013
         82   Hoover (W.A. Berry), 1969-2013
 
         81   Sweet Water, 1969-2013

 2014 7A Alabama7AFootball.com Top 10
Week #9 Schedules for October 23, 24 & 25
 1  Hoover    7-2, 7-0  Won 38-24 at Hewitt-Trus
 2  Fairhope    9-0, 7-0  Won 54-30 vs Murphy
 3  Central-PC    9-1, 6-0  Won 51-27 vs Enterprise
 4  Gadsden City    8-2, 6-1  Lost 20-37 at Buckhorn
 5  Bob Jones    7-2, 6-1  Won 41-31 vs Hazel Green
 6  Oak Mountain    8-1, 6-1  Won 49-23 at Thompson
 7  Baker    8-1, 6-1  Won 34-14 at Mary-MGM
 8  Prattville    7-2, 4-2  Won 21-19 at Lee-MGM
 9  Foley    7-2, 5-2  OPEN
 10  James Clemens    6-3, 4-3  Lost 34-35 at Huntsville

 2014 6A Alabama6AFootball.com Top 10
Week #9 Schedules for October 23, 24 & 25
 1  Clay-Chalkville    9-0, 6-0  Won 45-20 at Gardendale
 2  Opelika    7-1, 6-0  Open
 3  Shades Valley    7-2, 4-2  Lost 26-28 vs Pinson Val
 4  Spanish Fort    8-1, 6-1  Won 42-14 vs Robertsdale
 5  Florence    7-2, 6-0  Won 23-6 at Decatur
 6  Saraland    8-1, 6-1  Won 47-7 Hillcrest-Evergr
 7  Blount    7-2, 5-2  Won 25-22 vs LeFlore
 8  Benjamin Russell    9-1, 5-1  Won 24-0 at Chilton Co
 9  Carver-MGM    7-2, 6-1  Won 23-7 at Wetumpka
 10  Daphne    6-3, 6-1  Won 35-12 vs Baldwin Co

 FRIDAY NIGHT GAME OF THE WEEK | Hoover at Hewitt-Trussville | Friday - October 24, 2014 

TRUSSVILLE, Alabama -- The Hoover Bucs scored two fourth quarter touchdowns and go on to defeat Hewitt-Trussville 38-24 in their new $15 million dollar football complex in Trussville. The game was tied at 24-24 early in the fourth quarter while the Bucs defense created a couple fourth quarter turnovers that was the difference in the game.

Hoover (7-2, 7-0) has a seven-game winning streak and used a strong running game with some key passes on offense for their 38 points. "Our backs ran hard tonight," said Bucs head coach Josh Niblett. "Our tight ends Riley Niblett, Quincy Cox and Kris Parker, I was proud of their effort. Our offensive line did a great job of blocking in the box."

Two of the big guns in the Bucs running game was Webb with a career high 185 yards on 25 carries and two touchdowns along with Bradrick Shaw 128 yards on 21 carries and two touchdowns. "The offensive line did a great job," said the Bucs running back Webb. "The line just told me where to run and I did it and came out with great results. Coach does a great job of rotating the running backs and get a feel of the game. When Bradrick runs it motivates me to run my best. He is such a great back. Kris did a great job of blocking. He does such a great job that it is easy to run behind him."

Hewitt-Trussville (5-4, 3-4) scored early in the game. The Huskies went on a 5-plays 65-yard drive and with 9:58 in the first quarter, Zac Thomas ran for a 29-yard touchdown for the first TD of the Hewitt-Trussville Stadium. The Huskies took a 7-0 lead.

Hoover came back to tie the game when Webb scored on a 15-yard touchdown run. Hoover took a three point lead when Hunter Schmith kicked a 22-yard field goal early in the second quarter. MORE GAME STORY

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