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AHSAA Cross Country Update – Sept. 13, 2018

Photo Finish at Etowah County Trail Invitational Grabs AHSAA Cross Country Spotlight for Week 3

MONTGOMERY – The 5,000-meter championship race at the Etowah County Trail Invitational high school boys’ cross country competition held at Noccalula Falls Course near Gadsden may have been a long-distance race. However, it came down to a photo finish last week when Briarwood Christian sophomore Trent Malloy nipped senior Chance Cofield of Albertville by just 27/100ths of a second to win the individual title.
Malloy clocked 18:31.25 to beat Cofield, who crossed the finish line at 18:31.52 to share the AHSAA Cross Country Spotlight for week three of the AHSAA prep cross country season.
The pair beat a field that totaled just over 200 runners.  Albertville, coached by Logan Cornett, took first place with 39 points and Pleasant Valley was second with 75 points. Briarwood is coached by Aaron Margene.
   The girls’ race was won by Abby Nunnelly, a 5-foot senior for Alexandria. She crossed the finish line at 22:26.11 in another close finish to nip runner-up Maddie Jackson of Fort Payne by 25 seconds. Jackson, a freshman, clocked 22:52.71 to help the Wildcats claim the team title with 24 points. Teammates Anahi Barboza, Aylin Vega, Mollie Sanderson and Abigail Vega were close behind at third, fourth, sixth and ninth, respectively. Barboza is an eighth grader, Anahi Vega, a sophomore, and Abigail Vega and Sanderson freshmen for Coach Ashley Jackson’s team. Pleasant Valley finished second with 78 points.


In other cross country highlights reported from last week’s action:

BOYS
WILL STONE, HOMEWOOD: The Patriots senior won the large-school division title at the 18th annual Chickasaw Trails Invitational meet held at Oakville Indian Mounds Park with a winning time of 15:37.19 in the 5,000-meter race. Mountain Brook senior Hunter Harwell was second crossing the finish line at 15:50.25. Both times were the fastest of the week for Alabama prep runners.  Huntsville totaled 101 points to win the meet, one of the largest in the state annually in the regular season, that had 274 boys’ participants in the large-division race.  Vestavia Hills had 127 points to finish second out of 39 schools participating, and Homewood was third with 140.
NICK SIEDERS, UNIVERSITY SCHOOL (TN): Ran 16:52.11 to win the small-school division of the 18th annual Chickasaw Trails Invitational meet at Oakville Indian Mounds Park. He helped his school from Nashville finished second behind winner Tupelo Christian (MS), which won with 76 points. University School had 79 and St. John Paul II Catholic of Huntsville was third with 80 points. Noah Flynn of St. John Paul II was third with a time of 17:07.03. The field included 33 schools and 297 runners.
GRAHAM BIANCHI, SPRINGVILLE: Helped the Tigers win the team title at the St. Clair County Invitational at Odenville with a winning time of 17:54.94 in the race that included 99 runners. John Niiler of Northridge was second at 18:07.59. Springville had 36 points and runner-up Stanhope Elmore had 90 among the nine teams participating.
DUSTYN LEWIS, GRISSOM: Clocked 10:10.99 to win the featured 2-mile race at the Bearcat 2-Mile Meet. Carson Levario-Slaten of Hartselle finished five seconds back to take second place in the field of 95 runners. Grissom won the team title with 50 points, and Cullman was second with 62.

 

GIRLS
McKENZIE HOGUE, THOMPSON: The Warriors senior won the large-school division race of the 18th annual Chickasaw Trails Invitational at Oakville Indian Mounds Park with a winning time of 18:31.28 in the 5,000-meter race. Sophomore Presley Miles of Saint James was second with a 19:15.04 time. The race included 233 participants representing 32 schools. Mountain Brook won the team title with 78 points, and Brentwood (TN) was second with 92.
ISABELLA ROWLAND, MONTGOMERY ACADEMY: The Eagles senior ran 20:47.37 to beat the field of 202 runners in the small-school division of the 18th Chickasaw Trails Invitational at Oakville. Junior Cassidy Winter of West Limestone was second with a 20:59.10 finish. St. John Paul II Catholic won the team crown with 106 points, and Montgomery Academy was second with 120. A total of 21 teams competed in the race.
MEGHIAN McCARTHY, ASHVILLE: She was the first runner to cross the finish line, clocking 22:29.51, and the Bulldogs scored 34 points to claim the title of the St. Clair County Invitational held at Odenville. Kathleen McCARTHY was second at 23:24.41, followed by St. Clair County teammates Taylor Knight and Emma Thompson, who finished third and fourth, respectively, in the race of 45 participants. Northridge took second place with 52 points.

 


 

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AHSAA Football Results-Friday, Sept. 7, 2018

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AHSAA Football Scoreboard, Friday Sept. 7, 2018

Class 7A

Auburn 35, Enterprise 0
Austin 17, Florence 9
Central-Phenix City 49, Smiths Station 0
Davidson 27, Baker 7
Fairhope 38, Murphy 6
Hewitt-Trussville 52, Oak Mountain 47
Hoover 45, Thompson 26
Huntsville 42, Grissom 33
James Clemens 36, Bob Jones 20
Lee-Montgomery 25, Jeff Davis 10
Mary Montgomery 7, Alma Bryant 0
Mountain Brook 34, Tuscaloosa County 0
Sparkman 21, Gadsden City 9
Theodore 51, Foley 0
Vestavia Hills 28, Spain Park 21
West Monroe (LA) 31, McGill-Toolen Catholic 24 (OT)


Class 6A

Blount 38, B.C. Rain 6
Carver-Birmingham 28, Chelsea 24
Carver-Montgomery 9, Russell County 0
Clay-Chalkville 58, Niceville (FL) 14
Decatur 38, Cullman 13
Eufaula 28, Northview 7
Fort Payne 42, Albertville 21
Gardendale 31, Huffman 21
Hartselle 21, Athens 10
Hazel Green 21, Buckhorn 0
Homewood 27, Pelham 7
Hueytown 39, Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 36
Jackson-Olin 30, Minor 15
Lee-Huntsville 28, Mae Jemison 14
McAdory 27, Northridge 13
Muscle Shoals 52, Columbia 6
Opelika 66, Selma 6
Oxford 33, Pell City 0
Park Crossing 32, Dothan 15
Paul Bryant 24, Brookwood 6
Pinson Valley 49, Shades Valley 7
Robertsdale 25, Gulf Shores 13
Saraland 27, Daphne 19
Spanish Fort 42, Moss Point (MS) 7
Stanhope Elmore 19, Benjamin Russell 0
St. Paul’s Episcopal 17, Baldwin County 7
Wetumpka 34, Calera 14


Class 5A

Boaz 49, Douglas 7
Briarwood Christian 10, Pleasant Grove 6
Brewer 34, Arab 12
Central-Clay County 35, Munford 14
Central-Tuscaloosa 36, Jemison 21
Charles Henderson 34, Rehobeth 20
Chilton County 34, Shelby County 0
Demopolis 39, Bibb County 7
Etowah 52, Crossville 7
Fairfield 47, John Carroll Catholic 0
Faith Academy 38, LeFlore 18
Greenville 40, Tallassee 21
Hamilton 48, West Point 42
Jasper 24, Dora 13
Lawrence County 25, Hayden 22
Madison Academy 49, East Limestone 21
Madison County 16, Guntersville 7
Moody 41, St. Clair County 20
Mortimer Jordan 28, Center Point 20
Ramsay 35, Parker 6
Russellville 24, Corner 13
Scottsboro 35, Ardmore 7
Southside-Gadsden 14, Sardis 10
Sylacauga 48, Springville 10
Valley 41, Beauregard 20
Wenonah 34, Woodlawn 0


Class 4A

Anniston 14, Cherokee County 10
Brooks 48, Central-Florence 7
DAR 52, Fairview 15
Deshler 65, Elkmont 0
Elmore County 35, Leeds 28
Escambia County 54, Monroe County 0
Fayette County 27, Northside 12
Good Hope 43, Cordova 24
Greensboro 40, Sumter Central 14
Handley 30, Holtville 7
Haleyville 48, Oak Grove 0
Headland 36, B.T. Washington 0
Hillcrest-Evergreen 62, W.S. Neal 20
Hokes Bluff 34, White Plains 8
Jacksonville 33, Ashville 0
Montevallo 41, Dallas County 0
Montgomery Catholic 48, Dale County 16
North Jackson 77, Danville 0
Oneonta 49, Cleburne County 42
Randolph 28, West Morgan 0
Rogers 27, Wilson 2
Sipsey Valley 28, West Blocton 18
St. John Paul II Catholic 41, Priceville 31
Talladega 41, Childersburg 28
Trinity Presbyterian 21, Alabama Christian 6
UMS-Wright 17, Andalusia 0
Westminster Christian 50, Colbert Heights 20
Williamson 28, Clarke County 6


Class 3A

Beulah 27, Montgomery Academy 26
Carbon Hill 6, Greene County 0
Dadeville 31, Southside-Selma 13
Fultondale 35, Locust Fork 6
Geraldine 50, Plainview 14
J.B. Pennington 71, Hanceville 8
Lamar County 48, Hale County 16
Lauderdale County 28, East Lawrence 0
Lexington 35, Phil Campbell 12
Midfield 36, Holly Pond 30
Mobile Christian 24, Bayside Academy 10
Oakman 27, Holt 0
Piedmont 46, Pleasant Valley 21
Pike County 39, Houston Academy 7
Pike Road 28, Prattville Christian 7
Pisgah 54, Brindlee Mountain 7
Providence Christian 41, Geneva 0
Randolph County 41, Glencoe 0
Saint James 41, Bullock County 19
Saks 49, B.B. Comer 0
Slocomb 14, Wicksburg 13
Straughn 36, Opp 30 (OT)
Susan Moore 28, Sylvania 21
Thomasville 49, St. Michael’s Catholic 13
T.R. Miller 34, Excel 19
Vinemont 15, Westbrook Christian 13
Weaver 30, Walter Wellborn 29
Winfield 18, Gordo 14


Class 2A

Abbeville 52, Cottonwood 7
Addison 51, Winston County 18
Aliceville 32, Tarrant 6
Cedar Bluff 37, Asbury 0
Chickasaw 35, Choctaw County 6
Cleveland 60, West End 27
Colbert County 49, Tanner 15
Cold Springs 28, Southeastern 18
Collinsville 15, North Sand Mountain 12 (OT)
Cottage Hill Christian 40, J.U. Blacksher 15
Fyffe 56, Section 0
Geneva County 36, Ariton 29
G.W. Long 50, Barbour County 0
Highland Home 55, Central-Hayneville 6
Houston County 39, Daleville 36
LaFayette 40, Vincent 0
Leroy 47, R.C. Hatch 40
Luverne 48, New Brockton 7
Ohatchee 54, Woodland 19
Ranburne 42, Gaston 0
Red Bay 32, Hatton 6
Reeltown 48, Fayetteville 0
Samson 58, Calhoun 0
Sand Rock 12, Ider 7
Sheffield 49, Tharptown 0
Southern Choctaw 46, Washington County 7
Sulligent 35, Sumiton Christian 6
Thorsby 39, Horseshoe Bend 0


Class 1A

Billingsley 25, Loachapoka 18
Brantley 39, Kinston 0
Decatur Heritage 35, Valley Head 13
Donoho 41, Ragland 7
Elba 28, Pleasant Home 14
Falkville 58, Woodville 21
Georgiana 35, Florala 28
Holy Spirit Catholic 62, Ellwood Christian 6
Isabella 35, Francis Marion 16
Lanett 33, Wadley 15
Linden 49, Keith 8
Maplesville 70, A.L. Johnson 6
Marengo 42, J.F. Shields 0
Marion County 24, Lynn 12

Mars Hill Bible 62, Hackleburg 14

McIntosh 44, Fruitdale 0

Millry 43, Elberta 14

Notasulga 52, Autagaville 0

Phillips 41, Vina 0

Pickens County 54, Brilliant 8

R.A. Hubbard 40, Coosa Christian 7

Red Level 12, McKenzie 6

South Lamar 45, Meek 0

Spring Garden 33, Winterboro 0

St. Luke’s Episcopal 33, Sweet Water 25
Talladega County Central 34, Appalahian 0
Victory Christian 14, Gaylesville 8
Waterloo 38, Shoals Christian 6


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AHSAA Cross Country Update – Sept 5, 2018

Homewood’s Will Stone Turns in Fastest 5K Time of The Season to Claim AHSAA Cross Country Spotlight

MONTGOMERY – Senior cross country runner Will Stone of Homewood High School picked up this season right where he left off in 2017. Stone clocked 15:32.85 in the Brooks/Memphis Twilight Cross Country Championships last weekend to finish second among the 402 varsity boys’ participants. Davis Bove of Centennial (TN) won the championship with a 15:24.91 time. Homewood finished eighth in the 52-team field.
Stone’s effort is the fastest 5,000-meter time of any AHSAA runner this season and earned him the AHSAA Cross Country Spotlight for the past week. Last year’s boys’ state prep runner of the year clocked 15:46.2 to win the Class 6A state championship boys’ individual title and run the state’s fast time (15:22.32) in 2017 at the Jesse Owens Classic. Just two weeks into the season he has bettered his state championship time by 14 seconds and is just 10 seconds behind his best time of last season.
Homewood, coached by Josh Donaldson, finished sixth in the girls’ competition at Memphis with Patriots junior Lainey Phelps finishing fourth in the varsity girls’ division clocking 18:50.76 – 12 seconds off the winning pace of Henry County (TN) runner Dinah Winders. The girls’ race included 43 schools and 344 runners.
In other top performances reported from last week’s action:

BOYS
SAM MOULTRIE, GUNTERSVILLE: The junior won the Gold Division at the second annual Huntsville Panther Prowl Cross Country Invitational 5,000-meter race clocking 16:25.57. Runner-up Hayden Judge of Scottsboro ran a 16:32.07 time. Huntsville captured the team title with 32 points.
JACOB WARNER, SPAIN PARK: Captured first place in the 12th annual Waffle House/Yellow Jacket Invitational at Choccolocca Park with a winning time of 16:39.92. Oak Mountain’s duo of Hansen McCown and Josh Barrett finished 2-3 with times of 17:05.26 and 17:07.88 in the field 216 runners. The Eagles won the team competition with 28 points. Southside-Gadsden was second with 83.
MYLES STOOTS, FAITH ACADEMY: Finished third in the Mobile Challenge of Champions Cross Country Championships with a time of 16:47.45. He was five seconds off the pace of Brother Martin runner Cade Litolff (16:42.54). Brother Martin of New Orleans won the team title with 60 points and Baker was second with 74. A total of 75 runners participated.
STEELE JOINER, LAWRENCE COUNTY: The Red Devils’ freshman turned in a 16:58.42 time to beat the 139-runner field in the 4A/7A division race at the Brooks Invitational at Florence’s McFarland Park. Raleigh Stamps of Rogers was second at 17:04.01.
CARSON GRAVES, HATTON: The freshman won the 1A/3A boys’ race at the Brooks Invitational at Florence’s McFarland Park running 17:23.24 to finish first. Lauderdale County’s Colby Corum, a sophomore, was second with a 17:34.92 time.
JOSEPH PERRY, UMS-WRIGHT: Clocked 17:23.53 to finish first in the field of 226 runners competing in the Open Division of the Mobile Challenge of Champions event at Mobile. St. Paul’s Episcopal, led by runner-up John Michael Romanos, placed four runners in a row behind Perryto win the team title with 24 points. Romanos crossed the finish line at 17:31.84.
GRAHAM BIANCHI, SPRINGVILLE: Ran 17:54.94 to win the St. Clair County Invitational race championship as the Tigers won the team title with 36 points. Teammate Peyton Young was third.
HUNTER HARWELL, MOUNTAIN BROOK: Won the featured two-mile race at the Warrior Challenge at Alabaster’s Veterans Park with a winning time of 10:21.78. Thompson’s Jace Jones was second at 10:29.77. Mountain Brook won the team title with 30 points. The race had a field of 143 runners. Harwell’s time was the fastest two-mile performance of the season in the AHSAA thus far in 2018.


GIRLS
MILES PRESLEY, SAINT JAMES: Captured first place for the second straight week in a major event with a winning time of 18:23.81 in the girls’ division of the 12th annual Waffle House/Yellow Jacket Invitational at Choccolocca Park. Spain Park’s Mackenzie Culpepper was second at 20:05.13. Fort Payne posted 38 points and Oak Mountain 46 to finish 1-2 among the 14 teams and 153 runners participating.
BAILEY LANSDOWN, FAITH ACADEMY: Finished second to Brooklyn Biancamano of Long Beach (MS) High School in the Mobile Challenge of Champions Invitational division. Lansdown posted a time of 19:56.23 in the field of 67 runners. Biancamano won with an 18:42.62 time.Leslie Baxter of Baker was fourth to help the Hornets win the team title with 49 points.
ABBEY WEITENBECK, HUNTSVILLE: Clocked 20:13.98 to finish second in the second annual Huntsville Panther Prowl Invitational cross country race at Sharon Johnson Park. Sadie Cook of Independence (TN)   was first in the field of 77 runners in the Gold Division at 19:39.96. Independence won the team title with 44 points and Scottsboro was second with 72.
SAVANNAH WILLIAMS, LAWRENCE COUNTY: The Red Devils’ eighth grader beat the field of 79 runners at the Brooks Invitational at Florence’s McFarland Park with a time of 19:55.47. Teammate Emily Daniel was second at 20:03.95.
KASEY EZEKIEL, COLBERT HEIGHTS: The junior runner won the Brooks Invitational 1A/3A title clocking 22:06.97 in the field of 58 runners. Ally Amerson of Hatton was second at 22:15.17.
ABIGAIL SADLER, ST. LUKE’S EPISCOPAL: Won the Mobile Challenge of Champions Open Division race with a time of 22:28.45. Mary Montgomery finished first with 64 points to beat the field of 14 teams and 131 runners that participated in the Open race.
MEGHAN McCARTHY, ASHVILLE: Finished first in the St. Clair County Invitational with a winning time of 22:29.51. Teammates Kathleen McCarthy, Taylor Knight and Emma Thompson crossed at 2-3-4 as the Bulldogs won the team title with 34 points. Northridge was second with 52.
AMARIS TYYNISMAA, MONTGOMERY CATHOLIC: Won the two-mile race at the Warrior Challenge at Alabaster with a winning time of 11:55.52. Thompson’s McKenzie Hogue was second clocking 12:04.95. Mountain Brook won the team title with 30 points, and Montgomery Catholic was second with 44. A total of 125 runners competed in the featured race at Veterans Park.


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AHSAA Football Scoreboard-Thursday, Sept. 6, 2018

AHSAA Football Scoreboard
Thursday, Sept 6, 2018
Class 7A
Fairhope 38, Murphy 6

Class 6A
Carver-Birmingham 28, Chelsea 24
Lee-Huntsville 28, Mae Jemison 14
Park Crossing 32, Dothan 15

Class 5A
Wenonah 34, Woodlawn 0


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AHSAA Football Results, Friday August 31, 2018

Encore Sports Medicine is proud to provide Athletic Training Services to high schools and colleges across Alabama and Mississippi for over 40 years. We LOVE to see you move!AHSAA Football Scoreboard, Friday, August 31, 2018. Four games suspended due to weather.

CLASS 7A
Bob Jones 39, Mainland (FL) 36

Davidson 32, Alma Bryant 21

Enterprise 35, Charles Henderson 29

Fairhope 49, Mary Montgomery 21

Florence 21, Buckhorn 0

Hewitt-Trussville 38, West Forsyth (GA) 30

Lee-Montgomery 20, Sidney Lanier 7

McGill-Toolen Catholic 30, Murphy 3

Mountain Brook 43,Center Point 0

Prattville 19, Stanhope Elmore 16

Smiths Station 27, Valley 0

Sparkman 14, Hazel Green 7

St. John’s (Washington D.C.) vs. Hoover, suspended with St. John’s leading 7-0 to Sat., Sept. 1, 9 a.m.
Theodore 24, Baker 0

Thompson 47, Foley 0

Vestavia Hills 17, Homewood 10


CLASS 6A

Albertville 33, Columbia 0

Athens 29, Gardendale 22

Auburn 22, Opelika 15

Austin 60, Decatur 45

Baldwin County 31, Gulf Shores 0

Benjamin Russell 28, Central-Clay County 23

Bessemer City 16, Spain Park 14

Blount 31, Robertsdale 7

Briarwood vs.  Chelsea, postponed to Sat., Sept. 1, 9 a.m. (moved to Briarwood)
Carver-Birmingham 18, Fairfield 12 (OT)

Carver-Montgomery 18, Greenville 13

Central-Phenix City 49, Meridian (MS) 10

Clay-Chalkville 31, James Clemens 24

Dothan 47, Rehobeth 7

Eufaula 42, Beauregard 26

Grissom 48, Lee-Huntsville 19

Hartselle 38, Brooks 14

Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 30, Tuscaloosa County 20

Hueytown 6, Helena 0 (Game suspended in first quarter, will resume Sat., Sept. 1 at 9 a.m.)
Jackson-Olin 30, Shades Valley 7

Mae Jemison 29, Huntsville 28

McAdory 20, Dallas County 0

Oxford 35, Gadsden City 6

Park Crossing 24, Jeff Davis 10

Paul Bryant 10, Minor 3

Pelham 42, Bibb County 12

Pell City 27, Calera 7

Pinson Valley 28, Ramsay 6

Saraland 50, B.C. Rain 0

Selma 60, Southside-Selma 20

Spanish Fort 20, Daphne 13

St. Paul’s Episcopal 35, St. Stanislaus (MS) 7

Wetumpka 44, Northview 14


CLASS 5A
Ardmore 41, Elkmont 0

Boaz 42, Guntersville 19

Brewer 42, Danville 0

Carroll 26, Russell County 7

Central-Tuscaloosa 58, Greene County 34

Citronelle 34, Leroy 7

Corner 56, Oak Grove 13

Demopolis 22, Northridge 20

East Limestone 34, West Limestone 3

Etowah 19, Moody 0

Hamilton 32, Cordova 0

Jackson 20, Clarke County 0

Madison Academy 54, Lawrence County 20

Mortimer Jordan 18, Cullman 16

Parker 28, Huffman 22

Pleasant Grove 28, West Blocton 10

Russellville 40, Deshler 34 (2 OT)

Satsuma 49, W.S. Neal 20

Scottsboro 26, Fort Payne 13

Springville 33, Ashville 22

Sylacauga 20, Chilton County 13

Tallassee 16, Handley 12

West Point 27, Arab 26


CLASS 4A
Alabama Christian 16, Pike County 0

American Christian 49, Woodlawn 0

Andalusia 23, Trinity Presbyterian 7

Cherokee County 33, St. Clair County 7

Childersburg 26, Talladega County-Central 0

Curry 17, Oakman 14

Dale County 56, G.W. Long 0

DAR 59, Douglas 0

Elmore County 21, Marbury 0

Escambia County 42, Wilcox Central 0

Fairview 32, Hanceville 22

Good Hope 47, Priceville 14

Haleyville 21, Central-Florence 7

Headland 30, Highland Home 27

Hillcrest-Evergreen 46, Montgomery Academy 0

Hokes Bluff 42, Southside-Gadsden 13

Holtville 42, Central Coosa 0

Jacksonville 35, Alexandria 28

Monroe County 12, J.F. Shields 8

Montevallo 22, Shelby County 12

Montgomery Catholic 16, Anniston 9

North Jackson 48, Plainview 0

Northside 41, Brookwood 14

Oneonta 35, Hayden 21

Randolph 30, Lauderdale County 28

Rogers 34, Lexington 7

Sardis 27, Sylvania 3

St. John Paul Catholic II 51, East Lawrence 0

Talladega 20, Munford 10

UMS-Wright 37, Mobile Christian 7

Williamson 21, LeFlore 0

Wilson 41, Colbert Heighs 27

Winfield 35, Fayette County 13


CLASS 3A
Bayside Academy 27, Faith Academy 17

Beulah 36, Ellwood Christian 0

Carbon Hill 16, Dora 0

Clements 32, Tanner 6

Flomaton 41, Northview (FL) 19

Geneva 47, Geneva County 22

Gordo 26, Aliceville 12

Greensboro 26, Jemison 10

Hale County 22, Sipsey Valley 8

Holly Pond 36, Ider 13

Holt 18, Autaugaville 16

Houston Academy 48, McKenzie 12

Lamar County 35, Sulligent 7

Midfield 10, Tarrant 0, game suspended in second quarter, suspended until, Mon., Sept. 5, 10 a.m.
Piedmont 32, Addison 20

Pike Road 41, Central-Hayneville 0

Pisgah 50, Woodville 28

Pleasant Valley 68, West End 28

Prattville Christian 22, J.U. Blacksher 21

Providence Christian 42, Houston County 8

Randolph County 28, Notasulga 14

Saint James 37, Straughn 0

Saks 55, Cleburne County 14

Susan Moore 28, J.B. Pennington 21

Thomasville 28, Sweet ater 14

T.R. Miller 41, Choctaw County 6

Walter Wellborn 41, Lincoln 22

Westminster Christian 36, Madison County 20

Wicksburg 49, Daleville 20


CLASS 2A

Abbeville 22, Ashford 15

Ariton 29, Goshen 6

Cedar Bluff 28, Spring Garden 6

Cleveland 41, Locust Fork 7

Colbert County 47, Cherokee 0

Cold Springs 27, Berry 20

Collinsville 47, Crossville 14

Cottage Hill Christian 42, Florala 14

Cottonwood 14, Slocomb 7

Fyffe 41, Geraldine 7

Hatton 36, West Morgan 14

Luverne 26, Georgiana 12

Mars Hill Bible 49, Sheffield 13

Ohatchee 41, White Plains 8

Ranburne 41, Glencoe 7

Red Bay 36, Phil Campbell 8

Reeltown 34, Dadeville 6

Samson 37, Kinston 18

Sand Rock 21, Gaston 12

Section 25, New Hope 12

Southeastern 60, Brindlee Mountain 0

St. Luke’s Episcopal 41, Chickasaw 0

Thorsby 46, Verbena 0

Westbrook Christian 28, Ragland 6

Zion Chapel 40, Red Level 34


CLASS 1A

Brantley 35, New Brockton 17

Brilliant 34, Vina 9

Coosa Christian 25, Appalachian 22

Decatur Heritage 31, Sumiton Christian 7

Donoho 35, Horseshoe Bend 12

Elba 53, Opp 33

Elberta 35, Fruitdale 13

Falkville 32, Vinemont 28

Francis Marion 16, R.C. Hatch 8

Gaylesville 34, Asbury 0

Holy Spirit Catholic 56, Vincent 22

Hubbertville 49, Waterloo 18

Isabella 41, Billingsley 8

Lanett 35, LaFayette 7

Linden 52, Sumter Central 0

Lynn 38, Phillips 19

Maplesville 35, Fultondale 17

Marengo 14, Southern Choctaw 8

Marion County 28, Hackleburg 6

Meek 14, Winston County 13

Millry 55, Washington County 6

R.A. Hubbard 46, Shoals Christian 21

Valley Head 38, Alabama School/Deaf 6

Victory Christian 26, Fayetteville 7

Wadley 48, Woodland 0

Winterboro 18. B.B. Comer 8


Encore Sports Medicine is proud to be the Official Provider of Sports Medicine for the Alabama High School Athletic Association and numerous High Schools and Colleges throughout Alabama and Mississippi.

For more information about our Sports Medicine Program, visit our website at encorerehab.com or contact Gary Barfield at 404-933-4336.



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AHSAA Football Scoreboard, Week 1 Results for Thursday, August 30, 2018

AHSAA Football Scoreboard Results for Thursday, August 30, 2018
CLASS 7A
Lee-Montgomery 20, Sidney Lanier 7
Mountain Brook 43,Center Point 0
CLASS 6A
Carver-Birmingham 18, Fairfield 12 (OT)
Clay-Chalkville 31, James Clemens 24
Jackson-Olin 30, Shades Valley 7
Mae Jemison 29, Huntsville 28
CLASS 5A
East Limestone 34, West Limestone 3
Jackson 20, Clarke County 0
CLASS 4A
Childersburg 26, Talladega County-Central 0
Hokes Bluff 42, Southside-Gadsden 13
CLASS 2A
Cedar Bluff 28, Spring Garden 6
Reeltown 34, Dadeville 6

CLASS 1A
Millry 55, Washington County 6



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AHSAA Cross Country Update- August 29, 2018

MONTGOMERY – Saint James sophomore runner Presley Miles clocked 18:25.15 at the Saucony Battle of Atlanta girls’ cross country championships last weekend to win the event – and captured the AHSAA Spotlight for the first week of the 2018 cross country season.
Miles turned in the best time of the first week’s competition to take first place in the strong field or runners from across the Southeast.  Her effort edged out a strong effort from Hayden Judge, a junior from Scottsboro.
Miles won her race by 39 seconds over runner-up Mackenzie Walls of Veterans High School (GA).
The two performances topped a strong list of contenders as the cross country season opened with several meets across the state.
Judge ran a strong 16:16.77 to capture the 8th annual Pepsi Challenge Cross Country Championships large-school boys’ title over a field of 153 runners at the 5K course located at H.A. Alexander Park in Moulton.  Huntsville won the team title, however, with 24 points as four runners crossing in the seven spots. Jackson Danner led the Panthers with a second-place finish and 16:20.89 time. Scottsboro was second with 53 points.
Other top performances included:

BOYS
SAM MOULTRIE, GUNTERSVILLE: The Wildcats’ junior runner clocked 16:23.39 to win the Montevallo Early Bird Twilight boys’ Class 5A-7A Gold division 5K cross country race by almost 24 seconds over runner-up Jonah Barrett, an Oak Mountain senior. He was second at 16:47.91 in the 109-participant field to help Oak Mountain win the team title with 44 points. Hoover was second with 65 in the competition held at the University of Montevallo.
BRETT BONIKOWSKI, LAMP: The senior Finished first in the Montevallo Early Bird Twilight Class 1A/4A boys’ white division cross-country race with a winning time of 17:53.18. Junior teammate Jack Porter was second (18:39.91). LAMP won the team title with 33 points. American Christian was second with 50. The race had 79 participants.
CHARLIE LOTT, TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN: Opened the season Aug. 23 with a 17:08.60 time over the AUM cross country course to claim the Trinity Trailblazer 5,000-meter cross country boys’ championship. Six other runners finished under 18 minutes. In the field of 93 runners. Hewitt-Trussville took the title with 32 point. Montgomery Catholic was second with 49.
JAMES CAIN, PRICEVILLE: Won the small-school division of the Pepsi Challenge Championships with a winning time of 17:40.46.  Cold Springs won the team championship with 51 points. A total of 162 runners were in the field.
WILL SCOTT, HEADLAND: Claimed first place with a winning time of 19:09.09 at the Cougar Invitational hosted by Northview in Dothan. Wicksburg won the team title with 19 points.

GIRLS
AMARIS TYYNISMAA, MONTGOMERY-CATHOLIC: Breezed over the 5,000-meter course at AUM in 18:50.10 to finish first at the Trinity Trailblazer season-opening cross country competition. She won by more 2:37 over her nearest challenger, teammate Lily Bachi, in the 49-runner field. The Knights finished first in the team competition with 24 points.
ABBEY WEITENBECK, HUNTSVILLE: Clocked 19:46.85 to claim the girls’ individual title at the 8th annual Pepsi Challenge Cross Country Championships. She competed in the large-school race comprised of 74 runners. Huntsville won the team title with 32 points. Lawrence County was runner-up with 62.
CAMILIA CHAMBERS, HOLLY POND: Posted a 20.20.37 time in the 94-runner field to win the small-school division race of the Pepsi Challenge Championships at Moulton. Cassidy Winter of West Limestone was second (21:09.57). with a winning time of 17:40.46. St. Bernard had 67 points to win the team title.
EVIE BELL, OAK MOUNTAIN: The Eagles junior posted a 20:25.92 time to win the girls’ Class 5A-7A Gold Division championship of the Montevallo Early Bird Twilight cross-country race. Oak Mountain was first with 44 points. Hoover’s Haley Stallworth, a senior, was second with a 20:42.06 time.
KATHY HAMMOND, LAMP: The junior from Montgomery swept the girls’ Class 1A/4A White Division title at the Montevallo Early Bird Twilight cross country competition. Isabella Lovvorn and Theresa Billman finished 2-3 more than a minute behind the victor to lead American Christian to the team title. The Lady Patriots had 26 points and LAMP was second with 52.
KATE SMITH, DOTHAN: Finished first in the field of 18 runners with a winning time of 24:31.34 to win the Cougars Invitational girls’ division. Wicksburg won the team title with 24 points.


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AHSAA Football Scoreboard Zero Week Thursday’s Results, August 23, 2018

AHSAA Football Scoreboard

Zero Week

Thursday’s Results-August 23, 2018

Champions Challenge

At Cramton Bowl

Clarke County 20, Sweet Water 14

Regular Season

CLASS 7A

Enterprise 44, Dothan 21

Grissom 26, Hazel Green 21

CLASS 6A

Brookwood 13, West Blocton 8

Carver-Montgomery 19, Jeff Davis 3

Cullman 28, Jasper 27

Decatur 38, Huntsville 21

Homewood 18, Hueytown 7

LeFlore 26, B.C. Rain 14

Muscle Shoals 31, Deshler 0

CLASS 5A

Alexandria 18, Talladega 14

Etowah 32, Gadsden City 23

Hayden 21, Springville 15 (OT)

Ramsay 13, Minor 8

West Point 55, Fairview 27

CLASS 4A

Brooks 55, Lauderdale County 0

Dadeville 32, Horseshoe Bend 8

Fayette County 19, Gordo 13

Rogers 35, Loretto, Tenn. 14

West Limestone 39, Tanner 20

CLASS 3A

Susan Moore 42, West End 12

CLASS 2A

Cold Springs 34, Meek 20

Sheffield 22, Wilson 6

Southeastern 12, Appalachian 0

Thorsby 44, Jemison 26

CLASS 1A

Fruitdale 40, A.L. Johnson 12

Notasulga 46, Barbour County 7

R.A.Hubbard 26, Cherokee 22

Jamborees

Cherokee County 27, Cedar Bluff 0

Cherokee County 6, Sand Rock 0

Collinsville 13, Plainview 0

Gaylesville 7, Sand Rock 0

Spring Garden 19, Gaylesville 0

Spring Garden 7, Gaston 0

Wadley 21, Gaston 0

Wadley 7, Cedar Bluff 0

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Hoover High School’s Josh Niblett Named Alabama All-Star Head Coach for 2018 Alabama-Mississippi Football Game

Coach Niblett Press Release AHSAA Aug 2018

Hoover High School’s Josh Niblett Named Alabama All-Star Head Coach for 2018 Alabama-Mississippi Football Game*

MONTGOMERY – Hoover High School head football coach Josh Niblett will be the head coach for the Alabama All-Star football squad for the 32st annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game next December.  The game will be played at Montgomery’s legendary Cramton Bowl on Monday night, Dec. 17 with a 6:30 p.m., kickoff. This will be the first game in the 31-year history to be played on Monday night.

Jamie Lee, Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA) made the announcement at the 2018 Champion Challenge press conference Thursday at the AHSAA office.

Niblett, who served as head coach of the Alabama All-Stars in 2009, is one of the nation’s top high school coaches. He has coached six Hoover teams to AHSAA state championships and Oneonta to one title. The Bucs have been to the state finals every year except 2015 and 2008 since Niblett took over the program.

“It was a great experience when I coached in the game in 2009,” Niblett said. “I am looking forward to the opportunity again. It is very important to high school football in this state.”

Alabama lost 42-7 last year in Hattiesburg but still holds a 22-9 edge in the annual game that has pitted the top high school senior players from Alabama and Mississippi since 1988. Mississippi has won both games played in Mississippi (2015 and 2017). Alabama has a 22-7 edge in all games played in Alabama.
Piedmont’s Steve Smith was head coach in 2017.

Niblett, the son of a high school football coach, owns a 129-16 record at Hoover, the state’s largest high school. His Bucs have won 89% of their games with state titles in 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2017 and finished second in 2008, 2010 and 2011.  Oneonta won the 3A title in 2004 and was runner-up in 2003. His overall record is 194-48 (80%).

“Coach Niblett is one of our most outstanding high school head coaches in the nation,” said Lee.

The rest of the Alabama All-Star staff for next December’s game will be announced in the near future, Lee said. The AHSADCA, in conjunction with the Mississippi Association of Coaches (MAC) administers the all-star game each year.


 

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ALABAMA-MISSISSIPPI ALL-STAR GAME HISTORY*

Year-by-Year

2017 Mississippi 42 Alabama 7 Hattiesburg
2016 Alabama 25 Mississippi 14
2015 Mississippi 28 Alabama 21 Hattiesburg
2014 Alabama 36 Mississippi 30
2013 Alabama 21 Mississippi 17
2012 Alabama 21 Mississippi 16
2011 Alabama 31 Mississippi 12
2010 Alabama 24 Mississippi 17 (2 OT)
2009 Alabama 21 Mississippi 13
2008 Alabama 28 Mississippi 3
2007 Mississippi 26 Alabama 7 December
2007 Alabama 51 Mississippi 14 June
2006 Alabama 24 Mississippi 3
2005 Mississippi 21 Alabama 18
2004 Alabama 24 Mississippi 22
2003 Alabama 24 Mississippi 16
2002 Alabama 29 Mississippi 17
2001 Alabama 33 Mississippi 14
2000 Alabama 16 Mississippi 9
1999 Alabama 28 Mississippi 24
1998 Mississippi 9 Alabama 0
1997 Alabama 10 Mississippi 6
1996 Alabama 17 Mississippi 14
1995 Mississippi 37 Alabama 9
1994 Mississippi 24 Alabama 10
1993 Mississippi 17 Alabama 6
1992 Mississippi 17 Alabama 14
1991 Alabama 15 Mississippi 13
1990 Alabama 21 Mississippi 14 (OT)
1989 Alabama 24 Mississippi 21 (4 OT)
1988 Alabama 24 Mississippi 21 (3 OT)

SERIES HISTORY: Alabama has 22-9 edge

** Information provided by the Alabama High School Athletic Association.


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