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AHSAA Football Playoffs First Round Scores, Second Round Pairings & Brackets -#EncoreSportsMedicine

AHSAA 2020 State Football Playoffs
First-Round Scores

CLASS 1A

Sweet Water (7-2) 61, J.F. Shields (3-8) 22

Notasulga (8-1) 32, Florala (7-3) 30

Linden (11-0) 47, Marengo (5-5) 14

McKenzie (8-2) 54, Loachapoka (6-5) 32

Brantley (11-0) 65, Billingsley (5-6) 9

Keith (8-3) 22, Fruitdale (7-3) 14

Maplesville (8-3) 41, Samson (6-4) 0
Millry (8-2) 55, Central-Hayneville (6-4) 28

Berry (9-1) 50, Sumiton Christian (6-5) 14

Woodland (8-3) 30, Waterloo (6-5) 6

Brilliant (6-5) 43, Valley Head (8-3) 25

Ragland (9-2) 20, R.A. Hubbard (5-6) 16

Winterboro (9-1) 30, Hackleburg (4-7) 8

Hubbertville (9-2) 44, Cedar Bluff (6-5) 37

Decatur Heritage (9-2) 48, Wadley (3-8) 37

Pickens County (8-3) 33, Woodville (5-6) 8


CLASS 2A

Abbeville (9-1) 44, Thorsby (5-5) 6
B.B. Comer (10-1) 1, St. Luke’s Episcopal (4-7) 0, forfeit

Isabella (10-1) 13, Ariton (5-6) 7

Clarke County (8-2) 43, Randolph County (7-4) 21

Leroy (9-1) 54, LaFayette (5-5) 15

Geneva County (8-3) 48, Highland Home (6-5) 26

Lanett (9-2) 51, J.U. Blacksher (3-7) 7

G.W. Long (9-1) 17, Luverne (7-4) 0

Spring Garden (10-1) 72, Tanner (6-5) 21

Red Bay (9-1) 26, Winston County (7-4) 0

North Sand Mountain (10-0) 19, Southeastern (6-5) 0
Addison (7-4) 22, Colbert County (7-4) 15

Aliceville (6-4) 27, Hatton (5-6) 14
Cleveland (8-3) 24, Falkville (8-3) 0
Mars Hill Bible (9-2) 64, Lamar County (4-7) 18
Westbrook Christian (10-1) 42, Section (5-6) 0


CLASS 3A

Slocomb (10-1) 39, Southside-Selma (6-5) 20

Trinity Presbyterian (9-2) 10, Flomaton (8-3) 7
Montgomery Academy (11-0) 24, Providence Christian (4-7) 9
Pike County (6-3) 39, Hillcrest-Evergreen (6-5) 21

T.R. Miller (9-2) 42, Dadeville (6-5) 14

Thomasville (9-1) 52, Wicksburg (6-5) 18

Montgomery Catholic (9-2) 52, Bayside Academy (8-3) 21

Opp (8-3) 14, Greensboro (6-5) 8

Winfield (10-1) 40, Sylvania (6-5) 24
Ohatchee (10-1) 28, Lauderdale County (7-4) 14

Fyffe (11-0) 69, Oakman (7-4) 21

Walter Wellborn (9-1) 63, Phil Campbell (5-6) 20

Piedmont (10-1) 47, Colbert Heights (5-6) 14

Plainview (10-1) 41, Vinemont (7-4) 14

Saks (8-3) 22, East Lawrence (9-2) 15

J.B. Pennington (8-3) 41, Geraldine (6-5) 14


CLASS 4A

Alabama Christian (9-2) 56, West Blocton (6-5) 14

Jacksonville (7-3) 27, Jackson (6-5) 24

American Christian (11-0) 65, Geneva (4-7) 21

Mobile Christian(9-1) 17, Cherokee County (7-4) 14

Anniston (4-6) 25, Williamson (7-4) 16

Bibb County (9-2) 52, Dale County (7-4) 21
Handley (9-1) 32, Vigor (5-5) 20

Montevallo (7-4) 27, Saint James (7-4) 21

Etowah (8-2) 31, Randolph (5-6) 7

Haleyville (8-3) 48, Central-Florence (8-3) 18

Madison Academy (10-0) 48, Dora (5-6) 14
Northside (9-2) 20, Deshler (6-5) 13

Gordo (10-1) 41, Brooks (6-5) 12

Oneonta (7-4) 27, Madison County (9-3) 24

West Limestone (10-1) 44, Hamilton (5-6) 0

Good Hope (10-1) 33, North Jackson (6-5) 8


CLASS 5A

Pike Road (11-0) 46, Shelby County (6-5) 7

UMS-Wright (7-4) 27, Holtville (7-4) 6

Demopolis (11-0) 38, Rehobeth (6-5) 25

Faith Academy (10-1) 49, Sylacauga (8-3) 13

St. Paul’s Episcopal (11-0) 44, Talladega (3-8) 20
Selma (7-4) 22, Carroll (3-7) 6

Central, Clay County (10-1) 45, Satsuma (5-6) 14

Andalusia (8-3) 44, Marbury (6-5) 7

Alexandria (10-1) 57, West Point (4-7) 20
Parker (6-4) 35, East Limestone (6-4) 21

Guntersville (10-0) 62, Hayden (6-5) 3

Pleasant Grove (8-2) 47, Mae Jemison (4-7) 18

Ramsay (10-0) 56, Lawrence County (5-6) 20
Fairview (10-1) 27,  Center Point (7-4) 22

Russellville (9-2) 14, Fairfield (5-6) 7

Leeds (9-2) 41, Boaz (5-6) 14


CLASS 6A

Opelika (8-2) 51, Wetumpka (5-6) 28

Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (9-2) 31, McGill-Toolen Catholic (7-3) 21

Lee-Montgomery (7-3) 23, Pelham (8-3) 21

Saraland (9-2) 45, Northridge (8-3) 7

Spanish Fort (8-3) 26, McAdory (4-7) 13

Helena (7-4) 22, Carver-Montgomery (7-4) 19

Blount (7-4) 40, Hueytown (5-6) 24

Eufaula (9-2) 52, Stanhope Elmore (5-6) 28

Pinson Valley (8-2) 45, Arab (5-6) 0
Shades Valley (4-7) 28, Cullman (8-3) 14

Oxford (10-1) 44, Minor (7-4) 6
Briarwood Christian (8-3) 31, Hartselle (8-3) 17

Mountain Brook (10-1) 38, Muscle Shoals (6-5) 7

Gardendale (9-2) 52, Fort Payne (8-3) 24

Homewood (7-4) 34, Athens (7-4) 31

Clay-Chalkville (10-1) 63, Southside-Gadsden (7-4) 0


CLASS 7A

Theodore (10-1) 40, Enterprise (8-3) 28

Central-Phenix City (7-4) 49, Fairhope (8-3) 21

Auburn (9-1) 39, Baker (5-5) 3

Daphne (10-1) 42, Prattville (7-4) 33

Thompson (11-0) 49, Grissom (6-5) 7

Hewitt-Trussville (9-2) 55, James Clemens (8-3) 12

Oak Mountain (7-4) 41, Austin (8-3) 28

Hoover (10-1) 49, Sparkman (6-5) 14


Second Round Pairings

All games Friday, Nov. 13, 7 p.m., unless noted.


CLASS 1A

Notasulga (8-1) at Sweet Water (7-2)

McKenzie (8-2) at Linden (11-0)

Keith (8-3) at Brantley (11-0)

Millry (8-2) at Maplesville (8-3)

Berry (9-1) at Woodland (8-3)

Ragland (9-2) at Brilliant (6-5)

Winterboro (9-1) at Hubbertville (9-2)

Pickens County (8-3) at Decatur Heritage (9-2)

2020 AHSAA State Football Championships 1A Bracket



CLASS 2A

B.B. Comer (10-1) at Abbeville (9-2)

Clarke County (8-2) at Isabella (10-1)

Leroy (9-1) at Geneva County (8-3)

G.W. Long (9-1) at Lanett (9-2)

Red Bay (9-1) at Spring Garden (10-1)

Addison (7-4) at North Sand Mountain (10-0)

Aliceville (6-4) at Cleveland (8-3)

Westbrook Christian (10-1) at Mars Hill Bible (9-2)

2020 AHSAA State Football Championships 2A Bracket


CLASS 3A

Trinity Presbyterian (9-2) at Slocomb (10-1)

Montgomery Academy (11-0) at Pike County (6-3)

Thomasville (9-1) at T.R. Miller (9-2)

Opp (8-3) at Montgomery Catholic (9-2)

Winfield (10-1) at Ohatchee (10-1)

Walter Wellborn (9-1) vs. Fyffe (11-0)

Plainview (10-1) at Piedmont (10-1)

J.B. Pennington (8-3) at Saks (8-3)

2020 AHSAA State Football Championships 3A Bracket


CLASS 4A

Jacksonville (7-3) at Alabama Christian (9-2)

Mobile Christian (9-1) at American Christian (11-0)

Bibb County (9-2) at Anniston (4-6)

Handley (9-1) at Montevallo (7-4)

Etowah (8-2) at Haleyville (8-3)

|Northside (9-2) at Madison Academy (10-0)

Gordo (10-1) at Oneonta (7-4)

Good Hope (10-1) at West Limestone (10-1)

Pike Road (11-0) at UMS-Wright (7-4)

2020 AHSAA State Football Championships 4A Bracket


CLASS 5A

Faith Academy (10-1) at Demopolis (11-0)

Selma (7-4) at St. Paul’s Episcopal (11-0)

Andalusia (8-3) at Central, Clay County (10-1)

Alexandria (10-1) at Parker (6-4)

Pleasant Grove (8-2) at Guntersville (10-0)

Fairview (10-1) at Ramsay (10-0)

Leeds (9-2) at Russellville (9-2)

2020 AHSAA State Football Championships 5A Bracket


CLASS 6A

Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (9-2) at Opelika (8-2)

Saraland (9-2) at Lee-Montgomery (7-3)

Helena (7-4) at Spanish Fort (8-3)

Eufaula (9-2) at Blount (7-4)

Pinson Valley (8-2) at Shades Valley (4-7)

Briarwood Christian (8-3) at Oxford (10-1)

Mountain Brook (10-1) at Gardendale (9-2)

Clay-Chalkville (10-1) at Homewood (7-4)

2020 AHSAA State Football Championships 6A Bracket



CLASS 7A

Central-Phenix City (7-4) at Theodore (10-1)

Daphne (10-1) at Auburn (9-1)

Hewitt-Trussville (9-2) at Thompson (11-0)

Oak Mountain (7-4) at Hoover (10-1)

2020 AHSAA State Football Championships 7A Bracket

Encore Sports Medicine is the Official Sports Medicine Provider for the Alabama High School Athletic Association as well as numerous high schools and colleges throughout Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee. We LOVE to see you move!

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Happy Physical Therapy Month to #EncoreRehab in Ocean Springs and D’Iberville Clinics

Happy National Physical Therapy Month to Encore Rehabilitation Physical Therapists Gaye Stewart-Damron and Erin Moody with Ocean Springs Spine & Pelvic Therapy and D’Iberville Spine & Pelvic Therapy!

Thank you for the great patient care you provide!

Ocean Springs Spine and Pelvic Therapy
#2 Doctor’s Drive
Ocean Springs, Mississippi 39564
(228) 334-3300
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D’Iberville Spine and Pelvic Therapy
3179 Mallet Road, Suite D
D’Iberville, Mississippi 39540
228-392-4710
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Happy PT Month to Pediatric Rehab Teams at Ocean Springs and D’Iberville!

Happy National Physical Therapy Month to our Pediatric Rehab Teams at Ocean Springs Pediatric Rehab and D’Iberville Pediatric Rehab!

Thank you for all you do!

Ocean Springs Pediatric Rehab
#2 Doctor’s Drive
Ocean Springs, MS 39564
228-818-1211
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D’Iberville Pediatric Rehab
3179 Mallet Road, Suite D
D’Iberville, MS 39540
228-392-9401
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Kinslee Graduates Pediatric Speech Therapy at Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman!

Kinslee with Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman Pediatric Speech Therapist Kymberlee Sherrell

Say hello to GRADUATE Kinslee! 

Kinslee is the latest Speech Therapy graduate at Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman Pediatric Rehab! We are proud of you, young lady! She is pictured here with her Speech Therapist, Kymberlee Sherrell.

If you are looking for Pediatric Rehabilitation, give us a call at Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman! Our licensed and experienced team are ready to help! 

Physical Therapy
Occupational Therapy
Speech Therapy

New patients welcome!
Most major insurances accepted.

Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman
1701 Main Avenue SW, Suite G
Cullman, Alabama 35055
256-775-3737
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Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman voted “Best of the Best”, 5 years running!

Colton graduates Speech Therapy at Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

Amylia Cleghorn is Athlete of the Month for Addison High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

Tina Johnson found Caring and Encouragement at Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan

Tina Johnson is Occupational Therapy Patient of the Month for #EncoreRehab Dothan

Say hello to Ms. Tina Johnson, Occupational Therapy Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan!

Ms. Tina experienced an injury to her wrist and elbow after a fall at her home in April. About a month after surgery, her doctor recommended therapy for continued treatment and she chose Encore Rehabilitation.

Ms. Tina says, “I have been a patient at Encore previously and got excellent care. After I was told I was ready for physical therapy and was asked my selection of places, I once again chose Encore. I worked with Mary (Occupational Therapist) and she was such a blessing. She is so kind, so encouraging, and so knowledgeable and so professional but with so much warmth and concern. Each session, there was positive encouragement and results. I am impressed and blessed by the awesome, loving care I have received at Encore now and in the past few years. There is nothing more rewarding when you are hurt and feeling desperate than to have people show love, concern, caring, and to give the gift of restoring quality of life back. I am blessed.

Thank you, Ms. Tina, for choosing Encore! We are proud to select you as Occupational Therapy Patient of the Month!

If Occupational Therapy is in your future, call Encore! Our experienced rehab team is following safety precautions to make your rehabilitation both safe AND successful!

Encore Rehabilitation-Dothan
345 Healthwest Drive
Dothan, Alabama 36303
334-836-4523
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Haley Barnett passes NPTE! Congratulations!

Cody Clark-Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabiltiation-Dothan

Bonita Reed – Regains use of her arm with Encore Rehabilitation-Columbiana

Bonita Reed regains the use of her arm with Physical Therapy from #EncoreRehab Columbiana

“I was not able to grip or use my right hand due to my broken elbow and in six visits to Encore Rehabilitation-Columbiana, Suzanne had me gripping and using my right arm as if nothing had ever happened. She worked with me very patiently and planned out my exercises each visit and got me going quickly . Suzanne is the best! I would recommend Encore Rehab. They are very professional, friendly, and knowledgeable.” ~ Bonita Reed, patient

Thank you, Ms. Reed, for making Encore Rehabilitation-Columbiana, your rehab provider! We LOVE to see you move! 

Encore Rehabilitation-Columbiana
101 West College Street, Suite 100
Columbiana, Alabama 35051
205-671-0914
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Bryan Glass -Walking with no problems!

Helping others – Suzanne Jarvis, PT, Celebrating National Physical Therapy Month

Dorothy Roberson is driving again after rehab at Encore Rehabilitation-Columbiana

Janet Parson – Able to do more with no pain thanks to Encore Rehabilitation-Columbiana

 

Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman voted “Best of the Best”, 5 years running!

#EncoreRehab Cullman is voted "Best of the Best"!

THANK YOU for voting Encore Rehabilitation – Cullman​ “Best of the Best” 5 years in a row!

We LOVE serving in the Cullman community and appreciate your support!

Now offering Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Industrial Rehab, Pediatric Rehab, and Sports Medicine! If rehab is in your future, give Encore Rehab a call!

For over 35 years we provided high-quality healthcare to individuals throughout Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, and Tennessee!

Move faster, stronger, and better with Encore Rehab!

Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman
1701 Main Avenue SW, Suite G
Cullman, Alabama 35055
256-775-3737
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Now hiring-Speech Therapist, Cullman, Alabama

Colton graduates Speech Therapy at Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

Amylia Cleghorn is Athlete of the Month for Addison High School and Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman

24th Annual AHSAA Summer Conference Virtual Presentation, July 15-17, 2020

2020 Summer Conference Schedule

MONTGOMERY – The 24rd annual AHSAA Summer Conference gets underway Wednesday – and for the first time it will be a virtual conference presentation for member school coaches and administrators July 15-17.
Jamie Lee, Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA), said while he is disappointed the annual North-South All-Star competition and the face-to-face interaction among the more than 4,000 attendees usually attending will be missing, “I am glad we have the technology to be are able to provide the professional development for our membership virtually. I thank our AHSAA staff for the many hours they put in putting together the virtual conference.”

The virtual conference presentations will be available shown on the NFHS Network thanks in big part to the Central-Phenix City High School NFHS Network School Broadcast Program. Central’s broadcast director Tim Loreman and his student staff are producing the virtual conference. “I especially want to thank Tim Loreman and his student team for their efforts in producing the virtual conference for our member schools,” said Lee.

    The conference kicks off Wednesday at 10 a.m., with an important introductory training session concerning DragonFly, the AHSAA’s new required software. The session is designed for all administrators and coaches. Two more DragonFlysessions are scheduled at 10:30 a.m., and 1 p.m., Wednesday and two more sessions are set for Thursday at 9:20 a.m., and 11:05 a.m. GoFan will discuss the importance of digital ticketing in a session beginning at 10:20 a.m.
The final session Wednesday, “Opening School in Today’s World,” is being presented by James Clemens High School principal Brian Clayton and Loachapoka High School principal Albert Weeden.

    Thursday’s virtual conference schedule kicks off with the annual mandatory AHSAA Medical Advisory Board Update from 8 to 8:50 a.m. Dr. James Robinson, a renowned community health specialist and the University of Alabama football team physician from Tuscaloosa, will address administrators discussing best health practices in today’s climate.

Friday’s final day include the mandatory AHSAA Update – beginning at 8 a.m., with an update from Dr. Eric Mackey, Superintendent of the Alabama State Department of Education, and followed at 8:30 a.m., with an update from AHSAA Executive Director Steve Savarese and the AHSAA staff. The virtual conference will conclude at 10:45 a.m., conducted by Opelika High School principal Farrell Seymore and Crenshaw County Schools Superintendent Dodd Hawthorne discussing “Best Practices for Fall Contests in Today’s World.”

REGISTRATION: To join the conference, you will need to register and pay for the event through your DragonFly account. Registration is available online at http://www.ahsaa.com or in your personal DragonFly account. The cost is $20 and payable by CREDIT OR DEBIT CARD only. A PLU may be obtained by attending the conference and paying the additional $50 PLU cost.

**Schedule and information provided by the Alabama High School Athletic Association.


Encore Sports Medicine is the Official Sports Medicine Provider for the
Alabama High School Athletic Association
as well as numerous high schools, colleges, and universities
across Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
We LOVE to see you move! 

For more information on our Athletic Training and Sports Medicine Services,
visit our website or contact Gary Barfield at 404-933-4336.




Alabama All-Star Football Staff Selected for Dec. 12, 2020 Game*

2020 AHSAA North-South All-Star Golf Teams and Coaches

Bryant-Jordan 2020 Overall Winners – Congratulations!

Linda Stowe is Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Hamilton

Linda Stowe is Patient of the Month for #EncoreRehab Hamilton

We are pleased to present Ms. Linda Stowe as the Encore Rehabilitation-Hamilton Patient of the Month!

Ms. Stowe came to Encore Rehabilitation before and after her knee surgery. She has been very successful with completing her rehab program and is back to doing the things she loves!

Thank you, Ms. Stowe, for choosing Encore Rehabilitation to be your rehab provider! We LOVE to see you move!

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1261 Military Street S
Hamilton, Alabama 35570
205-952-9065
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Hamilton Middle School Principal Norman Ballard and Encore Rehabilitation

LeRoy Raffel – Patient of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Hamilton

Happy Better Hearing and Speech Month to Leah Hyche, SLP!

Teresa Colvin is loving Telehealth Visits with Encore Rehabilitation-Hamilton!

How to Deal with Summer Heat

Heat Exhaustion or Heat Stroke infographic #EncoreRehab

Summer time in the South means lots of heat and humidity! Here are some tips for dealing with the summer heat!

  1. Stay hydrated. Drink plenty of fluids. Do not wait until you are thirsty to start hydrating. A sports drink can help replace lost salt and minerals from sweating.
  2. Stay indoors as much as possible and limit exposure to the sun.
  3. NEVER leave children or pets alone in closed vehicles. NEVER.
  4. Wear loose, lightweight, light-colored clothing that covers as much skin as possible. Protect your face and head with a wide-brimmed hat.
  5. Avoid working outside during the hottest part of the day. Take frequent breaks.
  6. Pay attention to what you eat and drink. Eat less of salty foods and eat more fruits and vegetables. Also smaller, more frequent meals will help.
  7. Seek indoor, air-conditioned activities. If you do not have air conditioning, visit public places with air conditioning like the mall, the library, or restaurants.
  8. Stay tuned to the local forecast on the radio, television, or internet.
  9. Be sure to check on family and friends who do not have air conditioning and may live alone.
  10. Learn the signs of heat stroke and heat exhaustion. Heat-related deaths and illnesses are preventable, but it’s important to identify the warning signs and to react swiftly and appropriately when they arise.

We wish everyone a fun and safe summer!

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Father-Daughter Patient & Athlete of the Month for Encore Rehabilitation-Geneva

Ms. Driver is feeling safe with Encore Rehabilitation-Gordo!

Brooke Strickland – Back to Playing Ninja!