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2018 AHSAA AREA BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT RESULTS FROM Tuesday, Feb 6, 2018

2018 AHSAA AREA TOURNAMENT RESULTS    Feb. 6, 2018
BOYS Results

CLASS 1A
Area 1
Tues., Feb. 6
McIntosh 48, Millry 47
J.F. Shields 90, Fruitdale 54
Area 2
Tues., Feb. 6
Houston County 18, Pleasant Home 12.
Florala 64, Kinston 50.
Area 3
Mon., Feb. 5
Highland Home 79, McKenzie 52
Tues., Feb. 6
Brantley 59, Red Level 39
Georgiana 92, Highland Home 67
Area 4
Tues., Feb. 6
Marengo 65, A.L. Johnson 57
Linden54, Sweet Water 45
Area 5
Tues., Feb. 6
Maplesville 66, Autaugaville 64
Ellwood Christian 83, Isabella 59
Area 7
Tues., Feb. 6
Winterboro 72, Alabama School/Deaf 43
Talladega County Central 55, Victory Christian 31
Area 8
Mon., Feb. 5
Heritage Christian 62, Jefferson Christian 52
Tues., Feb. 6
Westminster-Oak Mountain 43, Sumiton Christian 40
Cornerstone 93, Heritage Christian 68
Area 9
Mon., Feb. 5
Berry 72, Hubbertville 69
Tues., Feb. 6
Pickens County 72, Holy Spirit 70
South Lamar 101, Berry 35
Area 11
Tues., Feb. 6
Southeastern 63, Coosa Christian 58
Appalachian 67, Ragland 48
Area 12
Mon., Feb. 5
Addison 60, Brilliant 40
Tues., Feb. 6
Lynn vs. Marion County, 5:30 p.m.
Meek vs. Addison, 7 p.m.
Area 15
Mon., Feb. 5
Whitesburg Christian 64, Paint Rock Valley 32
Lindsay Lane 76, Athens Bible 65
Tues., Feb. 6
Decatur Heritage 82, Whitesburg Christian 43

CLASS 2A
Area 1
Tues., Feb. 6
Chickasaw 51, J.U, Blacksher 45
Area 2
Tues., Feb. 6
Choctaw County 56, Washington County 49
Southern Choctaw 61, Leroy 39
Area 3
Tues., Feb. 6
Cottonwood 70, Samson 67
Area 4
Tues., Feb. 6
New Brockton 51, Zion Chapel 19
Area 8
Tues., Feb. 6
LaFayette 74, Reeltown 47
Lanett 107, Horseshoe Bend 39
Area 9
Tues., Feb. 6
Billingsley 49, Verbena 44
Thorsby 96, Fayetteville 36
Area 10
Tues., Feb. 6
Ranburne 75, Woodland 34
Area 11
Tues., Feb. 6
Altamont 67, Cleveland 56
Tarrant 85, West End 50
Area 13
Tues., Feb. 6
Falkville 41, Cold Springs 40
St. Bernard 43, Winston County 31
Area 14
Tues., Feb. 6
Red Bay 57, Lamar County 51
Sulligent 47, Phil Campbell 39
Area 15
Tues., Feb. 6
Fyffe 53, Asbury 46.
Section 73, Ider 57
Area 16
Tues., Feb. 6
Mars Hill Bible 69, Sheffield 44
Tanner 78, Hatton 53

CLASS 3A
Area 1
Tues., Feb. 6
Cottage Hill Christian 44, Clarke County 35
Mobile Christian 50, Bayside Academy 38
Area 2
Tues., Feb. 6
Flomaton 55, Excel 54
Hillcrest-Evergreen 87, T.R. Miller 49
Area 3
Tues., Feb. 6
Straughn 59, Opp 49
Geneva 68, Slocomb 34
Area 4
Tues., Feb. 6
Wicksburg vs. Daleville, 5:30 p.m.
Area 6
Tues., Feb. 6
Central Coosa 69, B.B. Comer 40
Randolph County 57, Beulah 29
Area 7
Tues., Feb. 6
Greene County 44, American Christian 39
Area 9
Tues., Feb. 6
Ohatchee 59, Walter Wellborn 33
Area 10
Tues., Feb. 6
Pleasant Valley vs. Glencoe, 7 p.m.
Area 11
Tues., Feb. 6
Locust Fork 59, J.B. Pennington 48
Holly Pond 79, Susan Moore 37
Area 12
Tues., Feb. 6
Carbon Hill 68, Oakman 59
Hanceville 78, Vinemont 32
Area 14
Tues., Feb. 6
Plainview 92, North Sand Mountain 57
Pisgah 70, Sylvania 59
Area 15
Tues., Feb. 6
Elkmont 44, West Morgan 43
East Lawrence 76, Clements 64
Area 16
Tues., Feb. 6
Lauderdale County 81, Colbert County 54
Colbert Heights 67, Lexington 61

CLASS 4A
Area 1
Tues., Feb. 6
Thomasville 45, Satsuma 33
Area 2
Tues., Feb. 6
Escambia County vs. Monroe County, 5 p.m.
Andalusia vs. W.S. Neal, 6:30 p.m.
Area 4
Tues., Feb. 6
LAMP 51, B.T. Washington Magnet 36
Area 5
Tues., Feb. 6
Holtville 58, Elmore County 55
Area 6
Tues., Feb. 6
Greensboro 71, Hale County 53
Bibb County 75, West Blocton 57
Area 7
Tues., Feb. 6
Holt 80, Oak Grove 40
Sipsey Valley 58, Northside 56
Area 8
Tues., Feb. 6
Anniston 70, Saks 23
Handley 68, Munford 25
Area 9
Mon., Feb. 5
Childersburg 42, Leeds 39
Tues., Feb. 6
Oneonta 53, Ashville 37
Area 10
Tues., Feb. 6
Dora vs. Good Hope, 6 p.m.
Area 11
Tues., Feb. 6
Fayette County 51, Winfield 25
Haleyville 60, Hamilton 44
Area 13
Tues., Feb. 6
Sardis 64, DAR 61
Area 14
Tues., Feb. 6
Madison Academy 73, Madison County 58
Westminster Christian 42, Randolph 40
Area 15
Tues., Feb. 6
Danville 62, Priceville 56
Area 16
Tues., Feb. 6
Deshler 76, Rogers 47
Central-Florence 62, Wilson 46

CLASS 5A
Area 1
Tues., Feb. 6
Vigor 73, St. Paul’s Episcopal 65
Faith Academy vs. Williamson, 8 p.m.
Area 3
Tues., Feb. 6
Rehobeth 73, Carroll 67
Eufaula 96, Headland 87
Area 4
Tues., Feb. 6
Greenville 54, Brewbaker Tech 53
Area 5
Tues., Feb. 6
Beauregard 75, Valley 70
Area 6
Tues., Feb. 6
Dallas County 82, Marbury 60
Calera 100, Jemison 46
Area 8

Tues., Feb. 6
Sylacauga 84, Shelby County 47
Moody vs. Briarwood Christian, 6 p.m.
Area 9
Tues., Feb. 6
Fairfield vs. Pleasant Grove, 6 p.m.
Wenonah vs. Woodlawn, 7:30 p.m.
Area 10
Tues., Feb. 6
Central Clay County 71, Cleburne County 32
Lincoln v. Talladega, 7:30 p.m.
Area 11
Tues., Feb. 6
Springville 57, Corner 47
Mortimer Jordan 59, St. Clair County 35
Area 12
Tues., Feb. 6
Fairview 74, West Point 64
Hayden 67, Curry 49
Area 14
Tues., Feb. 6
Arab 54, Scottsboro 44
Guntersville 94, Crossville 40
Area 16
Tues., Feb. 6
Lawrence County 56, East Limestone 47
Brooks 68, Russellville 53

CLASS 6A
Area 2
Tues., Feb. 6
Gulf Shores 59, Robertsdale 42
Area 3
Northview 78, Dothan 75
Area 4
Tues., Feb. 6
Sidney Lanier 64, Park Crossing 37
Area 5
Tues., Feb. 6
Stanhope Elmore vs. Chilton County, 6 p.m.

Area 11
Tues., Feb. 6
Carver-Birmingham 80, Jackson-Olin 55
Minor 49, Jasper 38
Area 12
Tues., Feb. 6
Pinson Valley 86, Gardendale 46
Center Point 33, Clay-Chalkville 29
Area 13
Tues., Feb. 6
Southside-Gadsden 57, Pell City 38
Area 14
Tues., Feb. 6
Cullman 76, Fort Payne 58
Albertville 64, Brewer 37

CLASS 7A
Area 2
Tues., Feb. 6
McGill-Toolen Catholic 69, Foley 40
Murphy 61, Fairhope 58
Area 3
Tues., Feb. 6
Lee-Montgomery 70, Prattville 45
Jeff Davis 51, Enterprise 43
 

2018 AHSAA AREA TOURNAMENT RESULTS
GIRLS Results, Monday Feb. 5 & Tuesday, Feb. 6

CLASS 1A
Area 1
J.F. Shields 65, Millry 28
McIntosh 80, Fruitdale 37
Area 2
Kinston 38, Houston County 35
Pleasant Home 52, Florala 15
Area 3
Mon., Feb. 5
Red Level 30, McKenzie 29
Tues., Feb. 6
Brantley 56, Highland Home 31
Georgiana 64, Red Level 26
Area 4
Linden 66, Sweet Water 19
Marengo 61, A.L. Johnson 37
Area 5
Isabella 69, Ellwood Christian 22
Autaugaville 42, Maplesville 40
Area 7
Winterboro 46, Victory Christian 14
Talladega County-Central 64, Alabama School/Deaf 8.
Area 8
Jefferson Christian 53, Heritage Christian 12
Area 9
South Lamar 44, Hubbertville 39
Area 10
Mon., Feb. 5
Jacksonville Christian 48, Faith Christian 42
Tues., Feb. 6
Sacred Heart 64, Donoho 40
Spring Garden 95, Jacksonville Christian 32
Area 11
Appalachian 61, Southeastern 45
Coosa Christian 65, Ragland 45
Area 12
Meek 43, Addison 34
Marion County 68, Brilliant 30
Area 13
Sat., Feb. 3
Tharptown 42, Hackleburg 22
Tues., Feb. 6
Phillips 88, Tharptown 46
Belgreen 76, Vina 52
Area 14
Mon., Feb. 5
Valley Head 63, Gaylesville 47
Tues., Feb. 6
Skyline 72, Valley Head 33
Cedar Bluff 59, Woodville 41
Area 15
Mon., Feb. 5
Paint Rock Valley 38, Athens Bible 32
Tues., Feb. 6
Decatur Heritage 62, Paint Rock Valley 23
Whitesburg Christian 40, Lindsay Lane 30
Area 16
Mon., Feb. 5
Cherokee 43, Shoals Christian 36
Tues., Feb. 6
R.A. Hubbard 59, Cherokee 23
Covenant Christian vs. Waterloo

CLASS 2A
Area 1
Chickasaw 83, J.U. Blacksher 10
Area 2
Choctaw County 59, Leroy 26
Southern Choctaw 49, Washington County 46
Area 3
Geneva County 50, Cottonwood 37
Area 4
Zion Chapel 25, New Brockton 24
Area 5
Ariton 43, G.W. Long 35
Abbeville 54, Barbour County 11
Area 6
Central-Hayneville 65, Goshen 42
Calhoun vs. Luverne, 5:30 p.m.
Area 8
LaFayette 61, Reeltown 21
Lanett 62, Horseshoe Bend 37

Area 9
Billingsley 52, Thorsby 35
Verbena 55, Fayetteville 54.
Area 11
Altamont 58, West End 29
Cleveland 62, Tarrant 36
Area 12
Collinsville 69, Westbrook Christian 39
Sand Rock 91, Gaston 27
Area 13
Winston County 50, Falkville 43
Cold Springs 60, St. Bernard Prep 17
Area 14
Phil Campbell 70, Sulligent 23
Lamar County 49, Red Bay 39
Area 15
Fyffe 59, Asbury 38
Section 49, Ider 31
Area 16
Mars Hill Bible 81, Sheffield 24
Tanner 70, Hatton 48

CLASS 3A
Area 1
Cottage Hill Christian 42, Bayside Academy 31
Clarke County 67, Mobile Christian 23
Area 2
T.R. Miller 51, Excel 13
Hillcrest-Evergreen 59, Flomaton 41
Area 3
Straughn 52, Slocomb 48
Geneva 68, Opp 15
Area 4
Wicksburg 25, Houston Academy 21
Area 5
Montevallo 73, Southside-Selma 35
Montgomery Academy 44, Prattville Christian 19
Area 6
Central Coosa 62, B.B. Comer 17
Beulah 44, Randolph County 20
Area 7
Finals
Gordo 40, Greene County 35
Area 8
Fultondale 56, Indian Springs 46
Midfield 96, Holy Family 23
Area 10
Piedmont 38, Pleasant Valley 35
Area 11
Locust Fork 95, J.B. Pennington 36
Susan Moore 66, Holly Pond 35
Area 12
Carbon Hill 41, Oakman 37
Hanceville 66, Vinemont 16
Area 13
Brindlee Mountain 41, New Hope 36
Area 14
Pisgah 76, Sylvania 44
North Sand Mountain 75, Plainview 61
Area 15
West Morgan 56, East Lawrence 47
Clements 54, Elkmont 47
Area 16
Lauderdale County 54, Colbert Heights 36
Colbert County 53, Lexington 48

CLASS 4A
Area 1
UMS-Wright 58, Satsuma 28
Area 3
Dale County 37, Bullock County 33
Area 4
B.T. Washington Magnet 50, LAMP 43
Area 5
Dadeville 58, Holtville 3
Area 6
Bibb County 39, Hale County 34
Greensboro 90, West Blocton 27
Area 8
Anniston vs. Saks, 6 p.m.
Munford vs. Handley, 4:30 p.m.
Area 9
Childersburg 54, Leeds 39
Oneonta 50, Ashville 27
Area 10
Cordova 56, Dora 39
Area 11
Winfield 72, Fayette County 28
Haleyville 68, Hamilton 30
Area 12
Hokes Bluff 56, White Plains 29
Jacksonville vs. Cherokee County
Area 13
North Jackson 61, Sardis 45
Area 14
Madison County 52, Randolph 17
Madison Academy 70, Westminster Christian 11
Area 15
Danville 63, West Limestone 49
Area 16
Deshler 68, Central-Florence 29
Wilson 55, Rogers 38

CLASS 5A
Area 1
St. Paul’s Episcopal 36, Vigor 30
Faith Academy 71, Williamson 14
Area 2
Wilcox Central 42, Citronelle 28
Area 3
Headland 46, Carroll 41
Eufaula 103, Rehobeth 36
Area 4
Greenville 32, Brewbaker Tech 31
Area 5
Valley 44, Beauregard 18
Area 6
Marbury 66, Dallas County 29
Calera 59, Jemison 12
Area 7
Sumter Central 31, Demopolis 25
Area 9
Wenonah 82, Woodlawn 22
Pleasant Grove 71, Fairfield 57
Area 10
Talladega 109, Central-Clay County 55
Cleburne County 36, Lincoln 23
Area 11
Mortimer Jordan 56, St. Clair County 21
Corner 31, Springville 25
Area 12
Fairview 79, Curry 29
West Point 63, Hayden 41
Area 13
Alexandria 49, Etowah 32
Boaz 43, Douglas 36
Area 14
Scottsboro 51, Crossville 17
Arab 59, Guntersville 42
Area 16
East Limestone 63, Brooks 40
Lawrence County 54, Russellville 26

CLASS 6A
Area 1
Blount 57, B.C. Rain 42
LeFlore 70, Saraland 13
Area 2
Spanish Fort 44, Robertsdale 25
Area 3
Northview 67, Russell County 30
Area 5
Selma 72, Stanhope Elmore 56
Area 6
Benjamin Russell 40, Wetumpka 16
Area 7
Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 69, Northridge 21
Paul Bryant 53, Brookwood 39
Area 9
Hueytown 64, Bessemer City 51
McAdory 56, John Carroll Catholic 30
Area 10
Homewood 51, Shades Valley 41
Ramsay 61, Parker 11
Area 11
Minor 50, Jasper 17
Jackson-Olin 61, Carver-Birmingham 57
Area 12
Center Point 57, Gardendale 28
Clay-Chalkville 50, Pinson Valley 44
Area 13
Pell City 53, Oxford 44
Area 14
Brewer 60, Albertville 45
Cullman 62, Fort Payne 50
Area 15
Austin 68, Columbia 44
Hartselle 80, Decatur 33
Area 16
Hazel Gren 89, Florence 30
Athens 56, Muscle Shoals 46

CLASS 7A
Area 1
Baker 52, Mary Montgomery 43
Area 2
Area 3
Enterprise 65, Jeff Davis 26
Lee-Montgomery 67, Prattville 29
Area 7
Hewitt-Trussville 68, Gadsden City 39
Grissom 51, Huntsville 31
Area 8
Sparkman 65, Bob Jones 40
Buckhorn 59, James Clemens 38

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“3 Defending Champions Advance To AHSAA Super 7 State Finals”

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At Jordan-Hare Stadium Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 2

MONTGOMERY – Three defending state champions and four schools making their first AHSAA Super 7 Championship game appearance are among the 14 schools that have advanced to the 51st AHSAA State Football Championships at Auburn University’s Jordan-Hare Stadium Nov. 30-Dec. 1-2.
The Super 7 format, which began in 1996 while the AHSAA had six classifications, is in its 21st year of having all football championships in one location.
Maplesville (13-0) beat previously unbeaten Linden (13-1) in the Class 1A semifinals 36-14 to move into the Class 1A state finals for the fourth straight year. Coach Brent Hubbert’s Red Devils will be going for third state title in a row Thursday afternoon at 3 p.m. against Pickens County (11-3), a 23-6 winner over Addison (13-1) in the other semifinal game. The Tornadoes were the last 1A school to beat Maplesville in the playoffs – posting a 38-18 win over the Red Devils in 2013 state finals.
Hubbert’s squad has compile a 99-8 record since 2009, currently owns a 22-game winning streak and has won 41 of its last 42 games.
Defending Class 7A state champion McGill-Toolen Catholic (13-0) will be facing perennial powerhouse Hoover (11-2) in the 7A championship game Wednesday night at 7 p.m., and defending Class 3A state champion Piedmont (14-0) , coached by Steve Smith, are riding a 24-game winning streak into Thursday’s 11 a.m. game versus Mobile Christian (13-1).  Coach Ronnie Cottrell’s Leopards are one of four teams making their first Super 7 appearance.
Birmingham city schools Wenonah (11-2) and Ramsay (12-2) and Class 5A Beauregard (12-1) are in Super 7 Championships for the first time.  The Dragons of Coach Ronald Cheatham avenged their only region loss of the year beating Briarwood Christian 14-8 to set up Thursday night’s Class 5A finals versus Beauregard. Coach Rob Carter’s Hornets jumped on Jackson early 24-0, then fell behind 25-24 before rallying to win their semifinal battle 45-25.
Ramsay, which played football from 1939-1976, disbanded its program for 38 years before hiring Coach Reuben Nelson away from Midfield to start the program back from scratch in 2014. Now, three years later the Rams are 12-2 and in the 6A state finals Friday night, Dec. 2, to face powerful Opelika (13-1) at 7 p.m. The Bulldogs of Coach Brian Blackmon downed Park Crossing (13-1) in the semifinals 41-23.
The remaining championship matchups include: Fyffe (14-0) and Aliceville (13-1) in Class 2A; Handley (12-2) and Madison Academy (11-3) in Class 4A.
The third annual Unified Sports flag football game, in a partnership with Special Olympics Alabama,  will feature Lee County and Vestavia Hills Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 p.m.
Raycom Media will televise all seven state championship games over its affiliate stations in the Raycom/AHSAA TV Network. For more information, go to:www.pathtotheplayhoffs.com. Opelika High School’s NFHS School Broadcast Program team will live-stream the Unified Sports game.  The AHSAA Radio Network will broadcast all seven championships over its statewide network of radio stations.
The AHSAA state football playoffs began in 1966 with four schools in the largest class (4A) playing semifinals and finals. Sidney Lanier beat Lee-Montgomery 9-7 in the first championship game. The next year, state championships were conducted in all four classes with Marengo County (1A), Lamar County (A), Russellville (3A) and Sidney Lanier (4A) posting wins.
That format continued until 1984 with six classifications were instituted. The AHSAA moved all championships at one site in 1996 at Birmingham’s Legion Field where the “Super 6” was born. The playoffs continued with that format until 2009 when the AHSAA began a rotation between Tuscaloosa and Auburn.
In 2014, the six-class format was replaced by the seven-class format, hence, the “Super 7” championships. In conjunction with Special Olympics Alabama, the first Unified Sports flag football game was also played for the first time in 2014 at Auburn. Ticket information can be found at: www.preptix.com/ahsaa.

21ST ANNUAL SUPER 7 STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn University
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 30
UNIFIED GAME
Vestavia Hills vs. Lee County, 3:30 p.m.
CLASS 7A
McGill-Toolen Catholic (13-0) vs. Hoover (11-2), 7 p.m.

THURSDAY, DEC. 1
CLASS 3A FINALS
Piedmont (14-0) vs. Mobile Christian (13-1), 11 a.m.
CLASS 1A FINALS
Pickens County (11-3) vs. Maplesville (13-0), 3 p.m.
CLASS 5A FINALS
Wenonah (11-2) vs. Beauregard (12-1), 7 p.m..

FRIDAY, DEC. 2
CLASS 4A FINALS
Madison Academy (11-3) vs. Handley (12-2), 11 a.m.
CLASS 2A FINALS
Fyffe (14-0) vs. Aliceville (13-1), 3 p.m.
CLASS 6A FINALS
Ramsay (12-2) vs. Opelika (13-1), 7 p.m.

AHSAA Prep Spotlight Week 3 of Playoffs

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*Wenonah’s Rogers Passes for 341 Yards, 4 TDs for the Dragons to Advance to Semifinals for First Time.*

MONTGOMERY – Wenonah High School junior quarterback Carlos Rogers picked a perfect time to shine.
The 6-foot, 180-pound signal caller led the Dragons of Coach Ronald Cheatham to a 49-21 win over previously unbeaten Scottsboro (12-1) last week to advance to the Class 5A semifinals of the AHSAA’s 61st annual state football playoffs. Rogers was 10-of-17 passing for 341 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for two more scores to grab the AHSAA Prep Playoff Spotlight for the quarterfinals.
Wenonah (10-2) travels to Briarwood Christian (12-1) Friday with the winner securing a spot in the 2016 Super 7 State Finals at Auburn’s Jordan-Hare Stadium Dec. 1.
Hoover (11-2) and defending champion McGill-Toolen Catholic (13-0) clinched Class 7A championship game berths last week and will open the Super 7 Wednesday, Nov. 30, at 7 p.m. in the first of seven state championship clashes.  Lee County and Vestavia Hills will play first at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in the third annual AHSAA Special Olympics Alabama Unified Game.
Senior wide receiver Demond Brown caught four of Rogers’ completions for 101 yards and three TDs, and senior running back Telvin Miller gained 173 yards on 30 rush attempts while scoring one TD.
“All week Coach said we were playing a good team that hasn’t been beaten,” Rogers told al.com reporter Anton Williams. “So when we got the ball, we just wanted to score on every possession.  Through the week (Coach Cheatham) told us we could (win).”
Wenonah finished with 537 total yards, did not punt and did not commit a turnover. Rogers’ touchdown passes covered 22, 24 and 26 yards to Brown, and 31 yards to Anthony Hudson. Rogers sneaked in from the 1 on both his scores. The Dragons’ defense did the rest limiting Scottsboro’s strong offense to just 29 yards passing. Senior DeKarlos Billingsley led the Wildcats of Coach Pat Nix with 179 yards rushing on 27 carries and scored three TDs on runs of 63, 15 and 4 yards.
The trip to the football semifinals is the first in Wenonah school history. Cheatham, 158-128 in 28 seasons as head coach, led the Dragons to a 6-1 record and second-place finish in Region 5 this season. Briarwood won the region title beating Wenonah 15-14 at Wenonah in the regular season to finish 7-0.
The Lions, coached by Fred Yancey, beat Mortimer Jordan 15-0 last week to advance to the semis for the first time since 2011. Yancey, 255-90 in 27 seasons at Briarwood and 296-110-1 overall, guided his team to state 3A titles in 1998 and 1999 and the 5A crown in 2003. Briarwood has finished runner-up three times (2004, 22007 and most recently (2010).
Rogers’ Spotlight performance edged out two strong efforts by Kadarius Toney of Blount and Garrett Sanders of G.W. Long. Toney, a University of Florida commitment and member of the Alabama All-Stars set to play Mississippi in the 30th meeting of the Classic Dec. 10, passed for 493 yards and five touchdowns and ran for 108 yards and two more scores as Blount fell 54-51 to Park Crossing in the 6A quarterfinals. His 601 total yards ranks second behind AHSAA state record-holder Jack Poundstone’s 614 yards for Trinity Presbyterian against Cordova in the 2008 state playoffs. The 493 yards passing is 10th best in AHSAA history.
Sanders accounted for 338 all-purpose yards and scored six touchdowns – four different ways –as the Rebels (12-0) beat Southern Choctaw 42-14 in the Class 2A state playoffs. He rushed for 190 yards on 30 carries with three rushing touchdowns on runs of 24, 11 and 2 yards, caught a 68-yard touchdown pass fromDylan Register, returned a kickoff 80 yards for a score and raced 52 yards with an interception on defense another TD. He was also a perfect 6-of-6 on point-after kicks to account for all 42 of G.W. Long’s points.

MILESTONE
    McKEEN BREAKS STATE RECORD: Briarwood Christian senior swimmer Sadler McKeen swam a 4:27.05 in the 500-yard style race at the AHSAA Central Sectional meet at Birmingham’s CrossPlex to break the AHSAA state record (4:27.36) set in 2013 by Spain Park’s Will Freeman. Freeman is now a sophomore at Alabama.
The record set by McKeen, the only senior on the Lions’ team, was the first set in the AHSAA Sectional in state history. All previous records were set in the state meet. It was also the first to be set in the 1A-5A divisions. In previous years, all swimmers competed in the same division.
ALABAMA ALL-STAR TEAM WATCH:
BUBBA THOMPSON, McGILL-TOOLEN CATHOLIC: The senior quarterback passed for 366 yards and four TDs and also scored the go-ahead TD as the defending state champion Yellow Jackets (13-0) advanced to the Super 7 Class 7A state finals for the second year in a row with a 35-21 win over Central-Phenix City. Thompson is one of two quarterbacks selected for the 30th annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star football game at Cramton Bowl, Dec. 10.
MARLON WILLIAMS, McGILL-TOOLEN CATHOLIC: Had seven catches for 141 yards and two scores in McGill’s semifinal win over Central-Phenix City. His 59-yard TD reception sealed the victory late in the fourth quarter. Like Thompson, he is also a member of the Alabama All-Star Team set to play Mississippi’s all-stars Dec. 10.
CHADARIUS TOWNSEND, TANNER: Was 11-of-20 passing for 294 yards and four touchdowns in a 48-42 Class 2A loss to Lanett. Townsend was selected as a defensive back for the Alabama All-Stars.

Other top performances reported included:

RUSHING
LA’DAMIAN WEBB, BEAUREGARD: Rushed for 190 yards on 22 carries and scored six touchdowns as the Hornets (11-1) moved into the Class 5A semifinals with a 56-21 win over previously unbeaten Carroll (12-1). Webb’s scoring runs covered 20, 16, 36, 3, 11 and 29 yards. He heads into Friday’s semifinal battle at Jackson with 2,581 yards rushing on 219 carries with 40 rushing touchdowns. He has 45 TDs overall.
DILAN KILPATRICK, FYFFE: Ran for 310 yards and six touchdowns on 25 carries as the undefeated Red Devils (13-0) downed LaFayette 53-20 in the Class 2A quarterfinals to hand the Bulldogs ( 12-1) their first loss.
DEQUAN CHARLESTON, LINDEN: Scored five touchdowns on just eight touches as unbeaten Linden (13-0) beat previously unbeaten Georgiana (12-1) in the Class 1A quarterfinals 52-12. Charleston rushed for 140 yards and three TDs on six carries, caught a 17-yard TD pass and returned a punt 48 yards for his fifth score. Charleston also intercepted a Panthers pass to set up one of his touchdowns.
DARRIAN MEADS, HOKES BLUFF: Rushed 26 times for 194 yards and caught a 33-yard touchdown pass as the Eagles reached the state semifinals for the first time since 2004 with a 28-21 Class 4A comeback win over Cherokee County.

LEE STANLEY, PIEDMONT: Gained 170 yards on 11 carries, including a 51-yard touchdown in the first half, AS Bulldogs (13-0) beat Weaver 52-28 in the Class 3A quarterfinals.
WELDRIN FORD, OPELIKA: Had 32 carries for 153 yards and two touchdowns as Opelika knocked off defending Class 6A state champion Spanish Fort 21-17.
ANTONIO ROBINSON, AUSTIN: Rushed for 124 yards and two touchdowns in a 27-21 Class 6A third-round win over Muscle Shoals. He also converted two key third downs to help the Black Bears (10-3) run out the clock to seal the win.
TYLER ABSTON, JACKSON: Ran for 108 yards on eight carries as Class 5A, Region 1 third seed Jackson knocked off Region 1 top seed and defending state champion St. Paul’s Episcopal 35-9 in the 5A quarterfinals. He scored on a 51-yard run and had a 40-yard gain to set up the Aggies’ first score.
DEE WILLIAMS, ELBA: Rushed for four touchdowns and 110 yards in the defending state champion Tigers’ 52-44 Class 2A loss to Aliceville.

PASSING
TRE STORY, LANETT: Completed 13-of-18 passes for 287 yards and three touchdowns as the Panthers (11-2) downed Tarrant 48-42 in the Class 2A quarterfinals.
LANDON JOHNSON, HOKES BLUFF: Completed 5-of-8 passes for 91 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winning 6-yard scoring pass to Braydon Hill early in the fourth quarter and scored a TD in a 28-21 Class 4A victory over Cherokee County. He also and made an interception on defense with 1:17 left to seal the win as the Eagles.
TYREN DUPREE, CHEROKEE COUNTY: Rushed for 98 yards on 13 carries and two touchdowns, including a 54-yard score on just the third play of the game. He also completed 5-of-10 pass attempts for 85 yards before suffering an ankle injury in the third quarter of the Warriors’ 28-21 Class 4A loss to Hokes Bluff.


PASS RECEIVING
C.J. YARBROUGH, TANNER: Had four catches for 132 yards and three scores as the Rattlers lost to Lanett 48-42 in the 2A playoffs.
QUARTEZ HENDERSON, CHEROKEE COUNTY: Caught five passes for 101 yards, including a 49-yard touchdown, in the Warriors’ 28-21 Class 4A loss to Hokes Bluff.

TAYLOR HAYES, PIEDMONT: Fired three touchdown passes to Austin Brazier and ran for two more scores in the Bulldogs’ 52-28 Class 3A playoff victory over Weaver. Hayes finished the game rushing for 160 yards on 16 carries.

DEFENSE
KENDARIAN HANDY-HOLLY, JACKSON: Made two interceptions on defense and scored a rushing TD on offense in the Aggies’ 35-9 Class 5A playoff win over St. Paul’s Episcopal.

JAYSON EVANS, HOOVER: Recovered a Gadsden City fumble in the end zone for a TD right before the half to spark a 35-point rally as Hoover (11-2) downed the Titans 42-14 in the Class 7A semifinals to earn a berth in the Class 7A state finals Nov. 30.
HOLT WATSON, G.W. LONG: Intercepted two passes in the Rebels’ 42-14 Class 2A win over Southern Choctaw.

KAEDON JENKINS, PIEDMONT: Picked off a Weaver pass and returned it 89 yards for a touchdown in the Bulldogs’ 52-28 Class 3A playoff win over their Calhoun County rivals.
TROY YOUNG, MOBILE CHRISTIAN: Intercepted a pass and rushed for two first-quarter TDs as the Leopards (12-1) advanced to the 3A semifinals with a 44-12 win over Oakman.

SPECIAL TEAMS
JAKE LANE, PARK CROSSING: Booted a 41-yard field goal as time expired to lift Park Crossing (13-0) to a 54-51 win over Blount. The win sends the Thunderbirds into the Class 6A semifinals for the first time. Lane, who had four field goals on the night, 41, 24, 26 and his final 41-yard kick. It also marked the second time he has had a game-winning field goal in the last five games for Coach Smitty Grider’s team.
MAURICE GOODMAN, WEAVER: Ran back the opening kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown to put the Bearcats up 7-0 in Weaver’s 52-28 Class 3A loss at Piedmont.

DEVORIAN WILKERSON, ELBA: Returned a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown during Elba’s 52-44 Class 2A loss to Aliceville.

“3 Defending Champions Survive 3rd Round Of AHSAA State Football Playoffs”

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     MONTGOMERY – Three defending state champions and nine undefeated teams emerged from the third round of the AHSAA State Football Playoffs Friday night.

This week’s slate includes 12 semifinal games. All winners will advance to the Super 7 State championships at Auburn Nov. 30-Dec.1-2.
Unbeaten teams by class in the playoffs include: (Class 1A) Maplesville (12-0); Linden (13-0), Addison (13-0); (Class 2A) G.W. Long (12-0); Fyffe (13-0); (Class 3A) Gordo (13-0); Piedmont (13-0); (Class 6A) Park Crossing (13-0); (Class 7A) McGill-Toolen Catholic (13-0).
Advancing to the next round are 20 region champions, four region second seeds, one third seed and one fourth seed.

All seminal pairings and quarterfinal results are listed.

AHSAA STATE FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS
Semifinal Pairings
(All games, Friday, Nov. 25, 7 p.m.)

CLASS 1A
Maplesville (12-0) at Linden (13-0)
Addison (13-0) at Pickens County (10-3), Reform

CLASS 2A
Aliceville (12-1) at G.W. Long (12-0), Skipperville
Fyffe (13-0) at Lanett (11-2)

CLASS 3A
Gordo (13-0) at Mobile Christian (12-1)
Ohatchee (12-1) at Piedmont (13-0)

CLASS 4A
Handley (11-2) at Andalusia (12-1)
Madison Academy (10-3) at Hokes Bluff (9-4)

CLASS 5A
Beauregard (11-1) at Jackson (9-3)
Wenonah (10-2) at Briarwood Christian (12-1)

CLASS 6A
Park Crossing (12-0) at Opelika (12-1)
Austin (10-3) at Ramsay (11-2), Birmingham

CLASS 7A
(Finals, Nov. 30, Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn)
McGill-Toolen Catholic (13-0) vs. Hoover (11-2), Nov. 30, 7 p.m.

 

Clanton Athlete of the Month, Kelsey Headley.

Congratulations to the Clanton Encore Athlete of the MonthKelsey Headley! Kelsey is a Senior at Chilton County high school and plays varsity softball (#10). Right now, they lady Tigers are *Overall 9-8 Region 1-2 and just recently reclaimed the county championship title. Her hobbies are her game, she loves playing softball and hanging out with friends. Good luck the rest of the season, Kelsey! Finish our the season strong!

*Found on maxpreps.com

Pictures from Day 1 of the State Softball games in Montgomery, AL!

Hartselle High School

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West Morgan High School

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Winfield High School

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Athens High School

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Addison High School

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Falkville High School

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2014 Final 48 at the BJCC

1A Falkville High School Girls game vs. BrantleyImage

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2A Tanner High School Boys vs. Elba

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3A Holly Pond High School Girls vs. Trinity

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3A State Runner up: Holly Pond High School vs. Lauderdale Co. 

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5A Brewer High School Girls vs. Sylacauga

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5A Faith Academy High School Boys vs. Parker

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