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10-15-20 Paul Bryant has cancelled the rest of their 2020 football season due to COVID-19 concerns
10-09-20 Riverdale, Georgia cancelled their game with Auburn.
10-07-20 Auburn will add Riverdale on their schedule for this Friday night and will no longer play Holt on October's 30
09-25-20 Dothan Wolves homecoming games versus Cairo, Ga is cancelled due to COVID-19 positive test on a Cariro player
09-18-20 Woodlawn has cancelled games with Homewood and Selma
09-16-20 Thompson at Hewitt-Trussville game will be broadcast on ESPNU at 7:30 pm
09-15-20 Helena has cancelled games with Pelham and McAdory due to COVID-19 concerns
09-08-20 WR Jackson Meeks (Central-Phenix City) committed to the Georgia Bulldogs
09-03-20 A Russell County player has tested positive for COVID-19 so the Park Crossing game for September 4 is canceled
08-01-20 Baldwin County due to health and safety concerns, cancelled games with Blount (9/4) and Saraland (9/11)
08-28-20 Huntsville cancelled game with Mountain Brook tonight and is looking to play Calera on Saturday
08-24-20 Hueytown has cancelled this Friday's game vs Clay-Chalkville due to Covid019, then administrations say game back on for Friday, but canceled again
08-24-20 Kenji Christian picks Virginia Tech over Ole Miss
08-21-20 Arab at Albertville was rained out tonight. It will be played Friday night.
08-19-20 The Dothan at Hoover game cancelled due to COVID-19 and Hoover will travel to Central-Phenix City for a 8:00 pm/7:00 pm game
08-01-20 Tre Roberson (Thompson) - received offers from Southern Illinois, Navy, Army, and Coastal Carolina
08-01-20 Assistant Coach DJ Looney (Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns) - passed away Saturday morning following a heart attack during a team workout at Cajun Field
Hewitt-Trussville 55, James Clemens 12 Final | Friday - November 6, 2020
MADISON, Alabama -- The Hewitt-Trussville Huskies used all three phases of the game to defeat James Clemens 55-12 in the Class 7A first round playoff game at Madison City Schools Stadium on Friday night. The Huskies used a big second quarter where they scored three touchdowns on the night to get the first round win.
Senior running back Armoni Goodwin rushed for 149 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Hewitt-Trussville offense. "We came into this game feeling good having a week off and getting ourselves ready to play tonight," said Huskies RB Goodwin. "After our last game, my knee was hurting and so therapy really helped me with the off week. It is getting better now. We have Thompson next week so this will be a big week of practice. We need to keep working." MORE GAME STORY
Oxford 32, Central-Phenix City 31 Final | Friday - October 30, 2020
OXFORD, Alabama -- The 6A Oxford Yellow Jackets scored in overtime and on the two-point conversion to get the win against 7A Central-Phenix City on Lamar Field on Friday night. Central scored first with a touchdown and kicked the extra point, but Oxford scored the touchdown and went for the game winning two point conversion.
Central-Phenix City (6-4) thought that they won the game in overtime, but a roughing the passer call gave the Oxford offense new life in overtime and the Yellow Jackets made the most of it with the two scores in overtime for the non-conference win. "This is a great team win, for us to fight back and win this game at the end is a testament to these kids heart," said Yellow Jackets Head coach Keith Etheredge. "I'm proud of all these guys for all the work that they have put in and this is the fruit of their labor." MORE GAME STORY
Clay-Chalkville 21, Oak Mountain 14 Final | Thursday - October 29, 2020
CLAY, Alabama -- The 6A Clay-Chalkville Cougars defeated 7A Oak Mountain at Cougars Stadium on Thursday night. The Cougars defense forced three red zone stops during the game and it was the difference in the win. Clay-Chalkville used a fumble recovery at the goal line, a blocked field goal and a bad pitch on the option play to keep the Eagles off the scoreboard and the difference in the game.
With only :26 seconds left in the game, Oak Mountain was driving into Cougars territory for the tying score but Kam Peterson picked off the Eagles pass at the 1-yard line to preserve the Clay-Chalkville victory. "I knew the win was crazy, I knew that I had to get back and someone tipped the ball up in the air," said Cougars DB Peterson. "I knew that I could get my hands on the ball and I said to myself game over. With this crazy win, I knew I just had to make a play on the ball and try to judge the ball in the air. Good win against a good 7A team. We just have to keep working getting ready for the playoffs." MORE GAME STORY
Thompson 39, Hoover 23 Final | Friday - October 23, 2020
ALABASTER, Alabama -- The Thompson Warriors used big play after big play to go onto claim the Class 7A, Region 3 Championship with a big 39-23 win over Hoover at Warriors Stadium Friday night. The Warriors used their passing game to get big chunks of yardage along with a timely pick 6 on defense to get the big region win.
Even though the Bucs defense turned in three turnovers in the game, it wasn't enough to get the win. Thompson had two huge 80-yards in the third quarter to put the game away for the Warriors. "I thought we came out with great intensity," said Warriors Head coach Mark Freeman. "We had to move a few kids around early in the week and the kids really responded well. Our defensive coaches did a great job getting our kids prepared. I think everytime we had the ball in the third quarter, we scored other than the one fumble. We did a good job of getting off the field on third down." MORE GAME STORY
Lee-Montgomery 33, Valley 7 Final | Thursday - October 22, 2020
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- The Lee-Montgomery Generals used a balanced offense and a stingy defense to get a 33-7 win over Valley in a Class 6A, Region 2 contest at the Cramton Bowl on Thursday on Senior night. Running backs Reggie Davis rushed for 88 yards and a touchdown while Brian Thomas rushed for 123 yards on 10 carries and a touchdown to roll past Valley. Both running backs only played a half. MORE GAME STORY