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Welcome! We are excited to be in our 8th year that covers Alabama 7A & 6A High School Football! The 2015 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 #1 Scores

Hewitt-Trussville 39, Gardendale 34 alabama6afootball.com
Saraland 21, Daphne 14 al.com
Hoover 42, Manatee, Fla 21 al.com
Central-PC 45, Harris Co, Ga 6 oanow.com
Vestavia Hills 41, Homewood 7 al.com
Opelika 31, Auburn 30 oanow.com
Murphy 28, Baker 20 al.com
Spanish Fort 49, Gulf Shores 10 al.com
Gadsden City 41, Oxford 19 gtpreps.com, annistonstar.com
Mountain Brook 16, Huntsville 14 al.com
Foley 30, Fairhope 27 al.com
Bob Jones 32, Decatur 31 al.com
Smiths Station 31, Dothan 28 oanow.com
Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 31, Oak Mountain 0 al.com
Lee-Montgomery 34, Carver-MGM 13 montgomeryadvertiser.com
Baldwin County 52, Citronelle 37 al.com
Chilton County 40, Jemison 6 theclantonadvertiser.com
Sparkman 32, Scottsboro 30 al.com
Northridge 24, Tuscaloosa County 14 tuscpreps.com
Theodore 23, Alma Bryant 0 al.com
Southside-Gadsden 49, Hokes Bluff 14 gtpreps.com
Huffman 20, Wetumpka 14 al.com

Week #0 Scores

Clay-Chalkville 38, Blackman 7 alabama6afootball.com
Opelika 34, Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 20 alabama6afootball.com
Bessemer City 34, Hueytown 6 al.com
McAdory 41, Bibb County 14 al.com
Stockbridge, Ga 13, Central-Phenix City 7 al.com
Spanish Fort 42, D'lberville, Miss 24 al.com
Montgomery Bell Academy 21, Hewitt-Trussville 16 al.com
Oxford 24, Southside 9 alabama6afootball.com
Foley 17, Gulf Shores 14 al.com gulfcoastnewstoday.com
Auburn 45, Gadsden City 38 al.com, oanow.com
Cullman 56, Arab 7 cullmantimes.com
Thompson 37, Wetumpka 13 al.com
Florence 38, Shades Valley 13 timesdaily.com
Fairhope 35, Robertsdale 6 al.com
Smiths Station 41, Americus-Sumter 13 oanow.com
Baker 31, Williamson 6 al.com
Austin 38, Spain Park 35 (3 OT) al.com decaturdaily.com
Pinson Valley 28, Hartselle 13 al.com
Muscle Shoals 31, Memphis East, Tenn 14 timesdaily.com
Theodore 43, Citronelle 6 al.com
Homewood 28, Decatur 15 al.com decaturdaily.com
Jeff Davis 40, LeFlore 14 montgomeryadvertiser.com
Benjamin Russell 33, B.C. Rain 14 al.com
Park Crossing 37, St. James 14 al.com montgomeryadvertiser.com
Navarre 43, Dothan 22 dothaneagle.com
Albertville 35, Columbia 7 al.com
St Paul's 40, Alma Bryant 10 al.com
Parker 13, Jackson-Olin 9 al.com
Athens 49, Lee-Huntsville 20 al.com
Baldwin County 35, Escambia County 22 al.com
Northridge 13, Etowah 6 al.com
RE Lee 34, Sidney Lanier 0 montgomeryadvertiser.com

 2015 7A Alabama7AFootball.com Top 10
Week #1 Schedules for August 27-29
 1  Hoover   2-0, 0-0  Won 42-21 vs Manatee, Fl
 2  Central-PC   1-1, 0-0  Won 45-6 vs Harris Co, Ga.
 3  Prattville   1-0, 0-0  Won 35-12 vs Stanhope E
 4  Bob Jones   1-0, 0-0  Won 32-31 at Decatur
 5  Baker   1-1, 0-0  Lost 20-28 vs Murphy
 6  McGill-Toolen   1-0, 0-0  Won 32-13 vs Vigor
 7  Oak Mountain   0-1, 0-0  Lost 0-31  vs Hillcrest-Tusc
 8  Hewett-Trussville   1-1, 0-0  Won 39-34 at Gardendale
 9  Auburn   1-1, 0-0  Lost 30-31 at Opelika
 10  James Clemens   1-0, 0-0  Won 45-7 at Athens

 2015 6A Alabama6AFootball.com Top 10
Week #1 Schedules for August 27-29
 1  Clay-Chalkville    2-0, 0-0  Won 49-15 at Minor
 2  Spanish Fort    2-0, 0-0  Won 49-10 at Gulf Shores
 3  McAdory    2-0, 0-0  Won 41-16 vs Holt
 4  Opelika    2-0, 0-0  Won 31-30 at Auburn
 5  Saraland    1-0, 0-0  Won 21-14 vs Daphne
 6  Park Crossing    2-0, 0-0  Won 24-6 at Sidney Lanier
 7  Benjamin Russell    2-0, 0-0  Won 38-7 vs Cent Clay Co
 8  Muscle Shoals    1-0, 0-0  Won 49-7 vs Hazel Green
 9  Gardendale    0-1, 0-0  Lost 34-39 vs Hewitt-Trus
 10  Florence    1-1, 0-0  Lost 10-12 vs Whitehaven


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 Hewitt-Trussville 39, Gardendale 34 Final 

GARDENDALE, Alabama -- These two high scoring teams didn't't disappoint as the Hewitt-Trussville Huskies defeated Gardendale 39-34 at Driver Stadium Friday night in a non-region contest. It took an onside kick recovery with less than three minutes of the game before this game was settled between these two teams. 

Hewitt-Trussville (1-1) scored two huge touchdowns in the fourth quarter that provided the difference in the game. "This is a big time win for us," said Huskies Head coach Josh Floyd. "I wish we could have finished the game off earlier, because we had a chance right before halftime not getting in the end zone. Coming off a loss last week, that was a heart breaker for us. To bounce back, this is a big win for us."

Gardendale scored first when Zach Cupps took the ball around the left end for the first score of the game. With 6:50 left in the first quarter, the Rockets led 7-0. Hewitt-Trussville responded on a Zac Thomas to Noah Igbinoghene with a 40-yard touchdown pass to tie the game at 7-7 with 3:31 left in the first quarter.

The Huskies came right back early in the second quarter on another Thomas to Igbinoghene long pass play. This touchdown play was good for a 72-yard TD play. "We have a track star that is real fast on the outside," said Huskies QB Thomas. "So we knew that he could beat that guy and we just took that matchup. I believe we proved to the people of Alabama what we are capable of." With the second TD for the Huskies, Hewitt-Trussville led 14-7 with 10:34 left in the half. MORE GAME STORY  More Pictures on Saturday, Video on Monday

 Opelika 34, Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 20 Final 

TUSCALOOSA, Alabama -- The Opelika Bulldogs had to overcome mother nature, penalties and a pretty good opponent tonight as the Bulldogs defeated Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 34-20. The games was delayed for over one hour and 45 minutes due to heavy rain and lightning. Then the Bulldogs had to overcome 30 of their own penalties in the game.

Opelika (1-0) forced three Hillcrest turnovers in the second half that was key in the win for the Bulldogs. "We came on the road and we overcame a lot of adversity and got the win," said Bulldogs Head coach Brian Blackmon. "We were able to run the football, when they knew we were going to run the football. We always want a tough physical football team and I think we saw that tonight."

Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (0-1) started the scoring early in the game with a four play 80-yard drive that ended on a Cole Frederick to Jahi Brown 55-yard touchdown pass with 10:33 left in the first quarter and the Patriots led 7-0. Oxford came right back on the next possession and scored when Jake Bentley hit James Moss on a 25-yard TD pass with 8:17 left in the first quarter. The extra point was missed and Hillcrest led 7-6. Opelika scored as time expired at the end of the first quarter when Bentley and Moss connected again on a 67-yard touchdown pass and it gave the Bulldogs a 13-7 lead. "James had a big night for us," added Blackmon. Moss finished the night with six receptions for 131 yards and two touchdowns.

Hillcrest came back right before the rain delay with 10:28 to go before the half as Frederick hit Torin Mayhew with a 58-yard touchdown pass to tie the game at 13-13. The extra point was missed in the driving rain and lightning. The score was tied 13-13 at that point and then the big rain and lightning delay settled in. MORE GAME STORY  Video on Monday

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