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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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Second Round Playoffs

Saraland 27, Opelika 21 oanow.com
Spanish Fort 33, Benjamin Russell 24 al.com
McAdory 40, Oxford 38 annistonstar.com
Hoover 42, Tuscaloosa County 7 al.com
Florence 43, Shades Valley 21 al.com
Foley 34, Fairhope 7 al.com
Florence 43, Shades Valley 21 florencetimesdaily.com
Clay-Chalkville 35, Muscle Shoals 14 al.com
Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 35, Carver-MGM 14 montgomeryadvertiser.com
Decatur 19, Southside-Gadsden 7 al.com
Gardendale 35, Homewood 14 al.com
Prattville 26, Central-PC 7 oanow.com, montgomeryadvertiser.com
 

First Round Playoffs

Clay-Chalkville 85, Scottsboro 50 al.com
Oak Mountain 60, James Clemens 43 al.com
Foley 35, Auburn 31 al.com
Florence 38, Briarwood 16 al.com
Muscle Shoals 42, Minor 20 al.com
Fairhope 21, Jeff Davis 13 al.com
Gardendale 24, Fort Payne 3 al.com
 

Week 10

Hoover 35, Blackman 20 alabama7afootball.com
Minor 27, Pinson Valley 9 trussvilletribune.com
Clay-Chalkville 59, Hewitt-Trussville 28 alabama6afootball.com
Fairhope 49, Theodore 20 al.com
Spanish Fort 35, Citronelle 0 al.com
Shades Valley 26, Vestavia Hills 21 al.com
Opelika 48, Enterprise 10 oanow.com
Oak Mountain 13, Pell City 0 al.com
Baker 49, Davidson 35 al.com
Saraland 50, Blount 9 al.com
Florence 50, Huntsville 20 florencetimes.com
Bob Jones 62, Austin 45 al.com
Muscle Shoals 40, Buckhorn 14 florencetimes.com
Huffman 26, Mountain Brook 24 al.com
Chelsea 33, Thompson 20 shelbycountyreporter.com
McGill-Toolen 35, Foley 31 al.com
Daphne 13, LeFlore 12 al.com
Northview 41, Charles Henderson 34 dothaneagle.com
Murphy 56, Alma Bryant 7 al.com
Decatur 17, Oxford 14 decaturdaily.com
Hartselle 28, Hazel Green 27 al.com
Navarre 49, Dothan 24 dothaneagle.com
James Clemens 46, Hamilton 7 al.com
Vigor 28, Mary-Montgomery 14 al.com
Gardendale 55, Pelham 38 shelbycountyreporter.com
Arab 35, Moody 14 al.com
Spain Park 30, Bessemer City 7 shelbycountyreporter.com
Grissom 13, Lee-Huntsville 7 al.com
Gulf Shores 25, Williamson 3 al.com
Baldwin County 35, Robertdale 27 al.com

 AROUND THE STATE HEADLINES 


7A Thompson, Montgomery terminated as Thompson Head coach
6A Pelham relieves Brett Burnett of football coaching duties head football coach
7A Mary G. Montgomery relieves Mike Dean of football coaching duties effective immediately
6A Albertville - Head football coach on administrative leave
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
Semi-Final Round Playoffs Schedules for November 21
 1  Hoover  11-2, 7-0  Won 42-7 vs #2 Gadsd City
 2  Gadsden City  10-3, 6-1  Lost 7-42 at #1 Hoover
 3  Prattville  11-2, 4-2  Won 42-17 at #4 Foley
 4  Foley    9-3, 5-3  Lost 17-42 at #3 Prattville
 5  Central-PC  10-2, 6-0  Season Ended
 6  Oak Mountain  10-2, 6-1  Season Ended
 7  Fairhope  11-1, 8-0  Season Ended
 8  Tuscaloosa Co    8-3, 4-2  Season Ended
 9  Baker    7-3, 5-2  Season Ended
 10  Bob Jones    7-3, 4-3  Season Ended

 2014 6A Alabama6AFootball.com Top 10
Third Round Playoffs Schedules for November 7
 1  Clay-Chalkville  13-0, 6-0  Won 38-10 at #8 Decatur
 2  Saraland  12-1, 7-1  Won 35-20 at #5 Hillcrest-Tus
 3  Spanish Fort  12-1, 6-1  Won 24-21 at #6 McAdory
 4  Florence  11-2, 6-0  Won 49-14 at #7 Gardendale
 5  Hillcrest-Tusc    9-4, 5-1  Lost 20-35 vs #2 Saraland
 6  McAdory  12-1, 6-0  Lost 21-24 vs #3 Spanish Ft
 7  Gardendale    8-5, 4-2  Lost 14-49 vs #4 Florence
 8  Decatur    9-4, 4-2  Lost 10-38 vs #1 Clay-Chalk
 9  Opelika  10-1, 6-0  Season Ended
 10  Shades Valley    9-3, 4-2  Season Ended

 FRIDAY NIGHT GAME OF THE WEEK | Gadsden City at Hoover | November 21, 2014 

HOOVER, Alabama -- Costly first half turnovers and four first half rushing touchdowns give the Hoover Bucs a 42-7 win over Gadsden City in Class 7A semi-final game at the Hoover Met. The Bucs had short fields in all four of their touchdown possessions in the first half and that was the difference in the game.

Hoover (11-2) held Gadsden City to 107 yards off total defense and couldn't get their bread and butter running game going throughout the night. "The defense is playing exceptionaly well," said Bucs head coach Josh Niblett. "Were not really big but we are fast and physical. We do a great job of running to the ball. We did a pretty good job of getting to the quarterback tonight."

Neither team scored in the first quarter but the Bucs scored 28 points in the second quarter and blew the game wide open. A Bradrick Shaw 4-yard touchdown run with 9:14 left in the half started the ball rolling for Hoover. MORE STORY SOON.

 FRIDAY GAME OF THE WEEK | Oak Mountain at Gadsden City | Friday - November 14, 2014 

GADSDEN, Alabama -- Turning two first half turnovers into points, Gadsden City goes on and defeats Oak Mountain 45-28 in the second round of the Class 7A playoffs at Titans Stadium. Gadsden City ran as twice amount of plays as Oak Mountain in the first half that translated into a 17-0 lead that the Eagles could not overcome.

Gasden City (10-2) used their power running game then used the passing game to keep the pressure on the Eagles defense all night long. "We competed real well in this game against a very good football team," said Titans head coach Matt Scott. "We missed some opportunities early that didn't come back and hurt us. I like our teams mental focus regardless the way a game plays out being either good or bad. We have done a good job of staying even keel. Our defense did a great job against their offense even though we knew that they would score some points."

The game looked like is was going to be a defensive struggle because both defenses shut down the offenses for most part. The only chance for a team to score in the first quarter was when Gadsden City moved the ball to the Eagles 5-yard line but was stopped on a fourth down play.

Gadsden City opened the scoring in the second quarter scoring 17 unanswered points. The first touchdown was on a Ahmad DeRamus pass to Denzel Mooney in the back of the end zone. The play was supposed to be a field goal attempt, but with DeRamus as the holder, the lefty QB received the snap and fired a lazer to Mooney for the touchdown.

Oak Mountain took over the ball after the touchdown but fumbled on the drive and Dytereous Underwood recovered it for the Titans in Eagles territory. A few plays later with 2:43 left in the half, a David Webb 32-yard field goal gave Gadsden City a 10-0 lead. Game Story

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