MONTGOMERY – All 12 defending state championship teams will be in the field for the AHSAA State Cross Country Championships that will take place Saturday, Nov. 14, at Oakville Indian Mounds State Park and Museum cross-country course near Moulton.
Mountain Brook’s girls will be going for a 13th straight state title and second straight in Class 7A when the competition commences with the 7A girls’ race at 8:30 Saturday morning. The Lady Spartans have 22 state titles overall. The girls’ competition will be the 43rd for the ladies since Tuscaloosa High School won the first competition in 1973. The Class 6A boys’ race kicks off the 60th AHSAA Boys’ Cross Country Championships at 8:50 a.m.
Girls’ team defending champions are Mountain Brook (7A), American Christian (3A), Wilson (4A), Lawrence County (5A), John Carroll Catholic (6A), and St. Bernard (1A-2A).
Defending boys’ team champions include Auburn (7A), Homewood (6A), Lawrence County (5A), Northside (4A), Montgomery Academy (3A), and Cold Springs (1A-2A).
Among the top individuals returning in the girls’ competition are Amaris Tyynismaa of Montgomery-Catholic and Mary Grace Strozier of Pelham. Tyynismaa, a freshman, set the AHSAA all-time 5,000-meter record for all classes in the state meet last year with a 17:03.04 time to win the Class 4A individual crown. Earlier this season, she ran 17:42.54 in the 17th annual Jesse Owens Classic to finish third overall, and she has a personal best of 16:57 on the year. Stozier, the Class 6A defending champion, ran 18:26.39 in the Jesse Owens race to finish 14th. Her 5K best came in last year’s 2014 Class 6A state championship race when she ran 18:07 to win first place.
Defending 1A-2A state champion St. Bernard’s Ivy Edge is back to defend the Gold she won last year as an eighth grader. Isabel Valenzuela of St. Paul’s Episcopal is defending champ in the 5A field, and freshman Abbey Weitenbeck of Huntsville returns in Class 7A to defend her 2014 title. Weitenbeck’s personal best is 18:16.59.
Junior Cole Stidfole of Oak Mountain, who finished third in Class 7A last season at 15:57.97, clocked 15:20.45 earlier this fall at the Jesse Owens Invitational to finish second. Paul Barlow of Auburn won the individual 7A state title last year with a winning time of 15:51.03. Now a senior, he climbed from 22nd in Class 6A as a sophomore to win the first 7A state championship race in 2014.
Senior Dylan Pausic of Shades Mountain Christian is back to defend his 1A-2A individual title. Nick Klein of Winfield and Jack Barganier of Montgomery Academy are back in the 3A field after finishing 1-2, respectively, last season with just five seconds between them.
Murphy High School won the first AHSAA boys’ state cross country championship in 1956 and followed with state crowns in 1957, 1958, 1960, 1061, 1962 and 1964.
AHSAA State Cross Country Championships
Class 7A Girls 8:30 a.m.
Class 6A Boys 8:50 a.m.
Class 3A Girls 9:10 a.m.
Class 7A Boys 9:30 a.m.
Class 6A Girls 9:50 a.m.
Class 3A Boys 10:10 a.m.
Class 1A-2A Girls 10:30 a.m.
Class 5A Boys 10:50 a.m.
Class 4A Girls 11:10 a.m.
Class 1A-2A Boys 11:30 a.m.
Class 5A Girls 11:50 a.m.
Class 4A Boys 12:10 a.m.
Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa High School junior running back Brian Robinson ran for 447 yards on 29 rush attempts and scored five touchdowns as the Patriots’ lost a nail—biting 41-40 decision to defending Class 6A state football champion Clay-Chalkville.
Robinson had scoring runs of 55, 81, 64 and 4 yards and tacked on a 23-yard TD pass reception for Coach Sam Adams’ Patriots to finish with 470 total yards. His performance earned the running back the AHSAA Prep Spotlight for Week 2 of the young 2015 football season.
The 447 rushing yards was the fifth best individual game on record and just the 12th 400—yard rushing effort in AHSAA prep history, according to the AHSAA Record Book found at www.ahsaa.com. Tony Dixon of Parrish set the single-game with 531 yards on 21 carries in a 2003 Class 1A victory over Hubbertville. Jerry Stancil of Gaylesville rushed for 470 yards in a win over Spring Garden in 2004, Cherokee County’s Michael Perry had 457 yards in a 1991 win over Hokes Bluff, and Charles Johnson of Keith had 454 yards in the Bears’ 2011 win over Shades Mountain.
Robinson’s effort is the best ever by a Class 6A running back and the only 400-yard plus rushing total accomplished in a loss.
Clay-Chalkville (3-0), coached by Jerry Hood, extended its current winning streak to 18 games with the one-point win.
Finishing a close second in this week’s AHSAA Spotlight was a 405-yard passing performance by Kadarius Toney of Blount in the Leopards’ 56-21 win over Daphne, and a team defensive effort by New Brockton that accounted for four scores in the Gamecocks’ 56-0 win over Calhoun.
Toney was 16-of-26 passes for 405 yards and five touchdowns for Coach Lev Holly. His total was the first 400-yard passing game registered in the AHSAA in 2015 and the 39th in history. Eight of those performances were over 500 yards including American Christian QB Chris Smelley’s 565 yards in 43-31 loss to Brantley in the 2005 Class 1A state playoffs. Reginald Todd, a New Mexico State basketball commitment, caught six of Toney’s passes for 222 yards and two scores as the Leopards rolled up 620 yards total offense the night.
DEFENSE IS BEST OFFENSE: New Brockton's defense accounted for four scores -- three touchdowns and a safety -- and the Gamecocks of Coach Justin Jones also got a punt return for a touchdown during a 56-0 win over Calhoun.
Already up 7-0, New Brockton got a 26-yard interception return for A TD by Grant Griffin, a safety by Michael Morris and a recovered fumble in the end zone for a touchdown by Wyatt Moore for a 23-0 lead. The Gamecocks' last score of the game also came on defense as Tyler McIntosh returned a fumble 8 yards to the end zone. In between, Clay Kelley had a 34-yard punt return for a score.
In other highlights from last weekend’s action:
SCHILLING REGISTERS 1,300TH VOLLEYBALL VICTORY: Bayside Academy coach Ann Schilling, who has guided Bayside Academy to 20 state volleyball titles including a current streak of 13 in a row, registered her 1,300th career win with the Lady Admirals’ victory over host McGill-Toolen in the finals of the Dirty Dozen Invitational tourney last weekend hosted by McGill. Schilling started the 2015 season with a 1,288-359 head-coaching record. Glenda Wright, who stepped down after leading Walker to the 6A state tournament last season, is the AHSAA’s all-time leader with a 1,457-590 record. Tammy Richardson, who also stepped down at St. Luke’s after last season, owns a 1,358-546 career record.
FORMER HOOVER COACH REGISTERS 250TH WIN: Former Hoover High School football coach Rush Propst, who guided the Bucs to five Class 6A state titles and a 110-16 overall record from 1999-2007, notched the 250th win of his high school coaching career Friday night as Colquitt County (GA) beat Crisp County 37-7. Propst, an Ohatchee native who is 250-86 overall, served as head coach at Ashville, Eufaula, Alba and Alma Bryant in Alabama before moving to Hoover. He is 74-25 at Colquitt County including directing his current team to the GHSA state title last season for the sixth state championship overall captured by teams he has coached. Propst’s team will take on an Alabama opponent Friday night when Colquitt County hosts Enterprise.
Josh Niblett, who followed Propst at Hoover in 2008 as the school’s seventh head coach in school history, has kept the winning tradition alive going 99-8 since then with a 50-2 region record, 31-3 playoff record and four state championships (2009, 2012, 2013, 2014) and two runner-up finishes (2010, 2011). He will be going for his 100th win at the school Friday night at Oak Mountain.
Bob Finley, who guided the Bucs from 1968-1993 until his untimely death just prior to the 1994 season, is Hoover’s wins leader with a 198-87-5 record. He guided the Bucs to the state crown in 1977 and tied Enterprise in 1982 10-10 to earn a co-championship. The three coaches have combined for 407 of the school’s 454 all-time wins and own a combined 407-111-5 record and winning percentage of 78.3 percent.
JORDAN BENTLEY, GUNTERSVILLE: Broke two Guntersville single-game records in the Wildcats’ 49-39 win over Madison County. Bentley rushed 34 times for 336 yards and scored seven touchdowns, six rushing and one on a 41-yard pass reception. The previous record was 312 yards rushing and five TDs scored. The senior, who also had four tackles and an interception on defense, now has 4,347 career rushing yards and 77 touchdowns. Ironically, the Wildcats running back found himself in a Guntersville police car at halftime. The reason – coaches felt they needed to cool their workhorse down and the visitors’ dressing room was too crowded. The Guntersville Police Department provides an escort to all away games and proved to be an excellent way to cool Bentley down.
ANDREW BROWN, WINSTON COUNTY: The senior needed just 10 carries to rush for 350 yards and five touchdowns as the Yellow Jackets downed Hanceville 48-20. His scoring runs covered 26, 57, 80, 48 and 98 yards.
JAY CRAIG, DEMOPOLIS: Had 212 yards rushing on 30 carries and five touchdowns — 29, 25, 19, 15 and 2 yards — in a 42-23 victory over Calera.
TADARRYL MARSHALL, LEEDS: Had 24 carries for 183 yards and five touchdowns and passed for 100 yards and two more scores in the Green Wave’s 49-48 overtime loss at Munford. Marshall had rushing TDs of 33, 2, 1, 54 and 5 yards and passed for two TDs (10 and 43 yards). He also converted two 2-point conversions.
DESMON TURNER, FORT PAYNE: Had 274 yards on 29 carries with two touchdowns, including the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter, to lead the Wildcats to a 21-14 win over Arab. He also had a 32-yard punt return and a 29-yard kickoff return.
MICHAEL MATTHEWS, UMS-WRIGHT: Had 19 carries for 220 yards and three touchdowns in a 56-23 win over Faith Academy.
CHRISTIAN CRANDALL & NIC ROLLO, COLD SPRINGS: Combined for 358 rushing yards and four touchdowns on just 16 first-half carries in a 55-0 win over Southeastern. Crandall ran for 216 yards and Rollo, 142. Each scored two touchdowns.
DILAN KILPATRICK, FYFFE: Gained 215 yards rushing on 25 carries and scored a touchdown in the Red Devils’ 21-14 setback to Cleveland. The loss snapped a 16-game winning streak for defending 2A state champion Fyffe.
JAY JONES, McADORY: Ran for 207 yards with scoring runs of 57 and 82 yards as the Jackets beat Northridge 35-10. Jones also passed for a 68-yard TD.
SEAN LONG, SARALAND: Rushed eight times for 191 yards and four touchdowns to lead Saraland to a 45-7 win over Robertsdale. All four scores came in the first half.
GABE OZIO, MADISON COUNTY: Totaled 186 yards rushing and scored three touchdowns in a 49-39 loss to Guntersville.
DEVIN LEPS, VALLEY HEAD: Rushed for 180 yards and scored five touchdowns in the Tigers' 57-22 win against Coosa Christian. He scored on runs of 65, 15, 9, 10 and 2 yards.
KALEB SHADWICK, WEST BLOCTON: Rushed for 166 yards and three TDs on 21 carries in a 32-14 victory over Sipsey Valley.
COLTON KNIGHT, REHOBETH: The Rebels’ running back rushed for 163 yards and four touchdowns (5, 21,5 and 40 yards) in a 46-0 win over Alabama Christian.
GARRETT APPLING, HOLY SPIRIT: Gained 150 yards rushing on 30 carries, scored two rushing TDs and another on a 34-yard pass reception as the Titans beat Vincent 21-6.
GARY FEARN, HUNTSVILLE: Ran for 144 yards on 25 carries and scored three touchdowns (1 yard, 12 and 3 yards) in the first half of a 26-0 win over Grissom.
STONE FINCHER, HACKLEBURG: The freshman running back ran eight times for 132 yards and two touchdowns in the Panthers’ 45-6 win over Tharptown.
TYLER BLAKELY, COLLINSVILLE: Rushed 10 times for 126 yards and three touchdowns (1, 27 and 57 yards) and made an interception on defense to lead the Panthers past West End 54-35.
AUSTIN HARRIS, FAIRVIEW: Recorded his third straight 100-yard plus rushing performance with 27 carries for 109 yards and three TDs as the Aggies fell to Randolph 38-27. Harris also caught three passes for 25 yards and played well on defense.
TAYLOR HAYES, PIEDMONT: Had 203 total yards, 96 rushing and 107 passing, and accounted for three touchdowns in a 62-21 win over Ashville. Teammate Darnell Jackson added 136 yards rushing on 13 carries with one TD – all in the first half.
AVERY HARRIS, MUNFORD: The quarterback was 20-of-33 passing for 300 yards and five touchdowns in the Lions’ 49-48 overtime win over defending Class 4A state champion Leeds. The junior led Munford from two-touchdown deficits twice in the fourth quarter to force the extra period. His 22-yard TD pass to Austin Campbell and 10-yard toss to Kyle Ross in the final four minutes of the fourth quarter drew the Lions to within two at 42-40. His two-point completion to Chase Gaither tied the score. Harris then passed to Quantavius Elston for a 10-yard score in overtime for the winning score. He also scored the other two TDs himself on keepers.
RAMSEY RIGBY, ELBA: The Tigers’ quarterback was nearly perfect, completing 11-of-12 passes for 397 yards and six touchdowns in a 68-13 win over Elba.
NOAH LOWERY, CHARLES HENDERSON: completed 17-of-22 passes for 313 yards with five touchdowns in a 63-20 win over Dale County.
JORDAN AUBREY, MOBILE CHRISTIAN: Led the Leopards to a 51-7 win over Southern Choctaw with a 9-of-13 passing performance for 310 yards and four touchdowns.
SHAWN JENNINGS, DADEVILLE: The University of Alabama commitment was 13-of-14 passing for 180 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for another score before leaving the game in the second quarter with an injury in Dadeville’s 68-33 loss to Beauregard.
AHMAD DERAMUS, GADSDEN CITY: Was 8-of-10 passing for 206 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for another score as the Titans beat Sparkman 66-34. All DeRamus’ yards and TDs came in the first half.
ADAM BROWNER, NEW HOPE: Completed 12-of-15 passes for 196 yards and a touchdown, and ran for two scores in a 50-21 win over Good Hope.
KOY CHAPMAN, GORDO: Was 15-of-25 for 183 passing yards and two touchdowns in a 55-16 victory over Greene County.
JOSEPH SCHAUER, WESTBROOK CHRISTIAN: Completed 13-of-18 passes for 163 yards with two touchdowns and rushed we times for 109 yards and two more scores as the Warriors came from behind to edge Ohatchee 35-34.
FORREST WEBBER, RANDOLPH: Was 12-of-18 passing for 86 yards and two scores and rushed for 139 yards on 13 carries with a 96-yard TD scamper as the Eagles beat Fairview 28-27.
KADE YOUNG, AMERICAN CHRISTIAN: Led ACA to a 60-6 win over Lamar County completing 9-of-14 passes for 160 yards and three touchdowns. He also rushed for a fourth TD.
JOHN MARK PRESTRIDGE, RANDOLPH COUNTY: Completed 10-of-18 passes for 167 yards and two touchdowns in a 21-14 win over arch-rival Ranburne.
JOSH DECKER, CEDAR BLUFF: Was 13-of-21 passing for 149 yards and three touchdowns (6, 9 and 5 yards) and rushed for a 2-yard TD as the Tigers downed Spring Garden 35-18. Teammate Ivory Star added 142 yards rushing on 20 carries with one TD.
MYRON MITCHELL, WALKER: Caught nine passes for 215 yards and two scores in Walker’s 48-17 win over John Carroll Catholic.
MILES STRICKLAND, BOB JONES: Caught a 98-yard pass and added two rushing touchdowns in a 27-24 win over James Clemens.
BAYLOR BARNES, CHARLES HENDERSON: Caught six passes for 130 yards and two touchdowns in a 63-20 Trojan win over Dale County.
AUSTIN CAMPBELL, MUNFORD: Made seven catches for 119 yards and three touchdowns in Munford’s 49-48 overtime win over Leeds.
MALIK TALLEY, SCOTTSBORO: Had 5 catches for 105 yards and 10 rushes for 113 yards and 1 TD in a 24-22 win over Brewer. Talley started at QB for the injured Bo Nix and split time with freshman Tanner Woodall, who was 14-of-24 passing for 221 yards and two touchdowns.
DARNELL MOONEY, GADSDEN CITY: Caught touchdown passes of 27, 12 and 12 yards and returned a punt 55 yards for a score in the Titans’ 66-34 over Sparkman.
KOI FREEMAN, LEEDS: Had five receptions for 100 yards and another 80 yards in kick returns in the Green Wave’s 49-48 overtime loss at Munford.
DFYLAN RICE, HOUSTON ACADEMY: Caught six passes for 99 yards with one touchdown (26 yards) and added a rushing touchdown to account for two of the three Raiders’ scores in a 20-8 win over Geneva County.
PACE OZMINT, GLENCOE: Had 22 tackles in the Yellow Jackets’ 28-27 overtime win over Walter Wellborn.
CARLTON MARTIAL, McGILL-TOOLEN: Recorded 15 tackles with a sack in McGill-Toolen’s 14-3 win over Fairhope.
SEAN DUNN, COLD SPRINGS: Totaled 11 tackles, including two sacks and two others resulting in losses, as the Panthers shut out Tharptown 55-0. Teammate Fisher Willoughby added a pair of interceptions.
JARVIS SMITH, SLOCOMB: Was credited with 13 tackles, including three for losses, as the Red Tops shut out Wicksburg 7-0.
K.J. WALKER, DALEVILLE: Playing in just the first half, Walker forced three fumbles and had eight tackles during the Warhawks' 32-6 win over Barbour County.
ALEX HERNANDES, WEST POINT: Accounted for 12 tackles on defense and contributed 50 yards rushing and three TDs on eight carries in a 31-20 win over Columbia.
TROY LOCKE, BERRY: Finished with 10 tackles, two sacks and a pass deflection in a 22-16 victory over Meek.
GRANT SIMMONS, SAMSON: Scored three different ways to account for all the scoring in the Tigers' 21-13 win over Ariton. Simmons scored on a 55-yard touchdown pass from J.T. Wise, a 55-yard fumble recovery and a 4-yard carry as Samson overcame an early 7-0 deficit to take the come-from-behind win.
KAEDON JENKINS, PIEDMONT: The freshman defensive back returned an interception 55 yards for a score to give Piedmont a 42-14 halftime lead en route to a 62-21 victory over Ashville.
ANTHONY JONES, CHELSEA: Scored four touchdowns, including an 82-yard punt return, as the Hornets beat Southside-Gadsden 43-10. Jones also had a 21-yard pass reception and rushes of 20 and 4 yards for his three other scores.
COBY NEENAN, NORTHVIEW: The Cougars’ place-kicker drilled a 44-yard field goal with 2:59 left to give Northview a 21-20 win over Stanhope Elmore. Neenan also kicked a 29-yard field goal earlier in the game, converted his only extra point kick and punted twice for a 39.5 average.
DAWSON HAMLIN, ZION CHAPEL: Booted two field goals of more than 40 yards during the Rebels' 68-13 loss to Elba. Hamlin hit field goals of 42 and 43 yards.
BAILEY McGATHA-POTTER, SCOTTSBORO: Kicked all three extra points and a 31-yard field goal as the Wildcats beat Brewer 24-22.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN (July 7, 2015) – Beginning with the 2016 high school track and field season, the head starter (or designee), rather than the implement inspector, shall inspect all starting blocks used in the running events.
The addition of Article 4 to Rule 3-6 was one of eight changes recommended by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Track and Field Rules Committee at its June 15-17 meeting in Indianapolis. The committee’s recommendations were subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.
“The committee did significant work in cleaning up some confusion regarding trials and passes by expanding terms contained in definitions,” said Becky Oakes, NFHS director of sports and liaison to the Track and Field Rules Committee. “Likewise, changes were made to include the use of flags in field events and update cross country rules to reflect the current trends in the sport.”
Rules 6-1-1 through 5 were amended to expand and clarify the definitions for trials/attempts in throwing events. Rule 6-2-9 concerning a competitor’s initiation of a trial was consequently affected by the change. Similar revisions were made to Rules 7-1-1 through 7 and Rule 7-2-12 so the same clarification and expansion of definitions apply.
Other significant track and field rules changes included the revision of Rule 3-10-7. The rule now states that “the head event judge may be equipped with both a white and red flag” to signal whether a throwing attempt is fair or foul. The change will allow for more efficient administration of field events and for improved communication between officials, coaches and fans, Oakes said.
In cross country, Rule 9-3-3 was revised to recommend the use of a video or photograph to verify the order of finish in races in which the timing system indicates a differential of one-tenth of a second or less. Having the video as a back-up and a process in place for problems that may arise from the use of a computerized transponder/chip system is a good solution, Oakes said.
Added to Rule 9-3 is the recommendation of a finish corral at cross country meets where transponders are used for the order of finish.
Other changes to cross country included an addition to Rule 9-1-3, which now allows the use of double painted boundary lines and/or natural or artificial boundary markers as an alternative method to mark the course for both runners and spectators.
The remaining changes to track and field concern equipment standards. Rule 6-5-2 was added, specifying the maximum allowed diameter for indoor shot put to account for the synthetic cover that is not present on the outdoor implement. Rule 6-6-1 was revised to allow for the use of newer javelin materials such as carbon fiber. Finally, Rule 7-6-3 was altered to recommend that the takeoff board for long jump and triple jump be eight inches wide, but still allow for larger boards.
Track and field is the second-most popular sport for boys with 580,321 participants in 16,271 schools and is the No. 1 sport for girls with 478,885 participants in 16,217 schools during the 2013-14 season, according to the NFHS Athletics Participation Survey. Cross country is the seventh-most popular sport for boys with 252,547 participants in 14,473 schools and is the sixth-most popular sport for girls with 218,121 participants in 14,267 schools.
The AHSAA Cross Country Championships will be shown live over the NFHS TV Network Saturday morning for the second year in a row. The broadcast from Oakville Indian Mounds and Museum Park will begin with the first race at 8:30 a.m. (1A-2A girls) and will continue through the final race of the day (7A boys) scheduled to start at 12:10 p.m.
The subscription-based webcast can be accessed at the following link on the NFHS TV Network site:
The 2014-15 slate of AHSAA events to be live-streamed over the NFHS TV Network began last week with the Volleyball State Finals, the first national event on the Network this school year. That event made history in 2013 as the first state championship live-streamed over the NFHS TV Network. The first national event live-streamed was the AHSAA’s Champions Challenge football triple-header in 2013 at Cramton Bowl in Montgomery.
RECORD NUMBER OF PLAYOFF GAMES SET FOR NFHS TV NETWORK LIVE STREAM
The NFHS TV Network will have a record number of live-streaming webcasts tonight with 22 school productions of AHSAA high school football playoff games on the schedule. Viewers can access the network by subscribing and logging in at:
The AHSAA ranked third nationally in the latest NFHS Network rankings for referrals. Illinois and Michigan ranked 1-2 with Alabama leading Section 3 associations with 4,725 referrals for the month. Tennessee was fifth and Georgia ranked ninth.
The AHSAA ranked eighth nationally with NFHS Network visits (16,015). Illinois ranked No. 1. The AHSAA also ranked eighth in new subscriptions (335) with ranked first nationally.
AHSAA member schools can participate year-round in the NFHS TV Network by joining through the NFHS Network’s School Broadcast Program. A record number of regular-season games were live-streamed by the school-produced, student-driven programs.
The NFHS TV Network announced Thursday the network now has more than 1,100 high schools in its School Broadcast Program. The Network also announced it is launching a school recognition program to honor and recognize those schools that produce events at the highest level and excel at marketing and promoting their online events. There are two levels of recognition: NFHS Network Select and NFHS Network Elite. Both will be eligible to earn extra revenue producing programing for the network outside of their own school events.
NFHS TV Network Live-Streaming Broadcasts
Week I (Football Playoffs – 22 productions)
Buckhorn at Hoover (Hoover HS is producer)
Foley at Auburn (Foley HS is producer)
Arab at Shades Valley (Arab HS is producer)
Arab at Shades Valley (Shades Valley HS is producer)
Bessemer City at Saraland (Saraland HS is producer)
Briarwood Christian at Florence (Florence HS is producer)
Daphne at Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (Daphne HS is producer)
Daphne at Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (Hillcrest HS is producer)
Hartselle at Homewood (Homewood HS is producer)
Minor at Muscle Shoals (Muscle Shoals HS is producer)
Pell City at Carver-Montgomery, Cramton Bowl (Carver HS is producer)
Wetumpka at Opelika (Wetumpka HS is producer)
Wetumpka at Opelika (Opelika HS is producer)
Moody at Guntersville (Guntersville HS is producer)
Jacksonville at Locust Fork (Jacksonville HS is producer)
North Jackson at Saks (Saks HS is producer)
Fultondale at Pike County (Pike County HS is producer)
Prattville Christian at Dale County (Dale County HS is producer)
Winston County at Madison Academy (Madison Academy is producer)
Geneva County at Goshen (Goshen HS is producer)
Houston Academy at Elba (Houston Academy HS is producer)
R.C. Hatch at Sweet Water (Sweet Water HS is producer)
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