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Welcome! We are excited to be in our 14th year that covers Alabama 7A & 6A High School Football! Check out our new recruiting page. The 2021 season is coming up this fall! We hope that you make this a regular visit to Alabama6AFootball.com/Alabama7AFootball.com. We will give you current information on upcoming games in all 7A & 6A Regions in the state of Alabama on a weekly basis. So stay tuned!

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Friday - Clay-Chalkville at Pinson Valley

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THURSDAY, FRIDAY - October 7-8, 2021

7A

Thompson 41, Gadsden City 7 shelbycountyreporter.com
Hoover 52, Spain Park 10 hooversun.com
Central-Phenix City 42, Prattville 21 oanow.com
Fairhope 21, Theodore 12 al.com
Oak Mountain 47, Tuscaloosa County 3 shelbycountyreporter.com
Hewitt-Trussville 49, Vestavia Hills 35 trussvilletribune.com
Bob Jones 62, Albertville 21 al.com
Dothan 20, Jeff Davis 18 dothaneagle.com

6A

Clay-Chalkville 58, Mortimer Jordan 9 trussvilletribune.com
Hueytown 75, Northridge 55 al.com
Helena 31, Calera 21 shelbycountyreporter.com
Saraland 41, Gulf Shores 16 al.com
Hartselle 52, Muscle Shoals 35 al.com
Pelham 20, Benjamin Russell 14 shelbycountyreporter.com
Athens 27, Buckhorn 24 al.com
Springville 24, Pell City 21 trussvilletribune.com
Gardendale 31, Minor 14 al.com
Decatur 24, Hazel Green 17 al.com
Shades Valley 10, Homewood 8 al.com

THURSDAY, FRIDAY - September 30-October 1, 2021

7A

Thompson 49, Vestavia Hills 7 shelbycountyreporter.com
Central-Phenix City 21, Auburn 7 al.com
Theodore 36, Davidson 3 al.com
James Clemens 45, Florence 42 al.com
Bob Jones 25, Sparkman 21 al.com
Daphne 55, Alma Bryant 7 al.com
Huntsville 56, Albertville 21 al.com
Dothan 29, Carroll 15 dothaneagle.com
Grissom 29, Austin 24 al.com

6A

Clay-Chalkville 46, Jackson-Olin 14 trussvilletribune.com
Saraland 28, Spanish Fort 16 al.com
Helena 48, Chilton County 40 shelbycountyreporter.com
Briarwood Christian 28, Shades Valley 7 shelbycountyreporter.com
Opelika 52, Russell County 35 oanow.com
Pinson Valley 40, Mortimer Jordan 24 trussvilletribune.com
McGill-Toolen 31, Baldwin County 21 al.com
Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 49, Northridge 14 tuscaloosanews.com
Muscle Shoals 56, Hazel Green 7 timesdaily.com
Pelham 42, Wetumpka 21 shelbycountyreporter.com
Eufuala 38, Valley 7 dothaneagle.com
Cullman 17, Decatur 14 cullmantimes.com
Calera 20, Stanhope Elmore 3 shelbycountyreporter.com
Chelsea 42, Woodlawn 7 shelbycountyreporter.com

THURSDAY, FRIDAY - September 23-24, 2021

7A

Thompson 51, Mountain Brook 0 shelbycountyreporter.com
Hoover 35, Prattville 16 hooversun.com
Central-Phenix City 38, Opelika 7 oanow.com
Hewitt-Trussville 60, Huffman 19 trussvilletribune.com
Auburn 42, Bob Jones 21 oanow.com
James Clemens 55, Lee-Huntsville 15 al.com

6A

Briarwood Christian 38, Mortimer Jordan 22 shelbycountyreporter.com
Pinson Valley 17, Ramsay 7 trussvilletribune.com
Jackson-Olin 28, Fairfield 26 al.com
Calera 56, Pell City 21 shelbycountyreporter.com
Hueytown 52, Athens 20 al.com
Cullman 49, Mars Hill 7 cullmantimes.com

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 2021 7A Alabama7AFootball.com Top 10
Schedules & Scores for Oct 14-15, 2021 (Week #8)
 1  Thompson   8-0, 5-0  vs #5 Oak Mountain
 2  Hoover   8-0, 5-0  at Tuscaloosa County
 3  Central-Phenix City   8-0, 5-0  at Dothan
 4  Auburn   6-1, 3-1  at Smiths Station
 5  Oak Mountain   6-1, 4-1  at #1 Thompson
 6  Fairhope   6-1, 5-0  vs Baker
 7  James Clemens   8-0, 5-0  at Sparkman
 8  Hewitt-Trussville   6-2, 3-2  at Gadsden City
 9  Theodore   7-1, 5-1  Won 49-8 vs LeFlore
 10  Enterprise   6-2, 2-2  vs Jeff Davis

 2021 6A Alabama6AFootball.com Top 10
 Schedules & Scores for Oct 14-15, 2021 (Week #8)
 1  Clay-Chalkville    7-0, 5-0  at #10 Pinson Valley
 2  Mountain Brook    7-1, 5-0  Won 49-14 at Homewood
 3  Hartselle    8-0, 5-0  vs Hazel Green
 4  Briarwood Chr    7-1, 4-1  OPEN
 5  Helena    8-0, 5-0  at Stanhope Elmore
 6  Hueytown    6-1, 4-0  at McAdory
 7  Saraland    6-2, 5-0  at Robertsdale
 8  Jackson-Olin    6-1, 3-1  at Gardendale
 9  Spanish Fort     6-1, 4-1  vs Citronelle
 10  Pinson Valley    5-2, 3-1  vs #1 Clay-Chalkville

 Mountain Brook 49, Homewood 14 Final | Thursday - October 14, 2021 

HOMEWOOD -- Will Waldrop scored three touchdown to help Mountain Brook cruise to a 49-14 win over Homewood in a Class 6A, Region 5 game at Waldrop Stadium on Thursday night. With the Spartans win, Mountain Brook secures the region title and the #1 seed in Region 5 along with hosting a first round game in the AHSAA 6A State Football Championship playoffs.

Mountain Brook used a strong run game along with picking their spots in the passing game as the Spartans moved the ball successfully for most of the night. "I feel like we are trending up," said Spartans head coach Chris Yeager. "After the Thompson game, we have elevated our game on defense. Both teams on offense and defense controlled the line of scrimmage. We kept their offense off the field by controlling the ball for much of the night. We wanted the backs to run to daylight." MORE GAME STORY

 Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 30, McAdory 7 Final | Friday - October 8, 2021 

TUSCALOOSA, Alabama  -- Ethan Crawford scored two touchdowns as the Hillcrest Patriots defeated the McAdory Yellow Jackets in a key Class 6A, Region 4 game at Roy Johnson, Jr. Stadium Friday night. McAdory scored the first points of the game, but Hillcrest scored 30 straight points to get the big region win. 

With the win, the Patriots could be hosting a home game during the playoffs and really wanted this win. "I felt like we lined up and played with a very physical football team against a good football team and felt like we dominated both sides of the line of scrimmage," said Patriots head coach Jamie Mitchell. MORE GAME STORY

 Mountain Brook 14, Briarwood Christian 0 Final | Thursday - October 7, 2021 

MOUNTAIN BROOK -- The #3 Mountain Brook Spartans used a big special team play, a passing touchdown and four quarters of big time defense while they defeated #2 Briarwood Christian 14-0 at Spartan Stadium on Thursday night. With the win, the Spartans get the Class 6A, Region 5 title and get the number one seed in this region for the playoffs. 

The Spartans defense held Briarwood Christian to only 15 rushing yards in the game and made the Lions a very one dimensional team for most of the game. "The defense was heroic, they played out of their minds," said Spartans head coach Chris Yeager. "They did exactly what they needed to do for us. We had breakdowns on offense in every phase tonight, but the defense just carried us the whole game. They kept playing hard and there are areas we will improve in." MORE GAME STORY

 Hoover 34, Hewitt-Trussville 10 Final | Friday - October 1, 2021 

HOOVER, Alabama -- The Hoover Bucs used a stingy defense to win 34-10 over Hewitt-Trussville in a big Class 7A, Region 3 game at the Hoover Met on Friday night. The Bucs defense scored the first touchdown of the game and Hoover kept the lead for the rest of the game.

The Hoover defense did a great job of not giving up a big play for the most part of the game and cruised to the big region win against a very good Hewitt-Trussville offense. "I thought we came out and played with good intensity," said Bucs head coach Josh Niblett. "We had drives in the first half where we came away with field goals instead of touchdowns so we left points on the field. I'm proud of our kids. I challenged them all week that this is a game you want to play in. This is why you are at Hoover. We have to keep getting better. Great opportunity for us. For God be the Glory." The Hoover defense held Hewitt-Trussville to only 244 yards on the night. MORE GAME STORY

 Oak Mountain 35, Spain Park 7 Final | Thursday - October 30, 2021 

HOOVER, Alabama -- Quarterback Evan Smith rushed for four touchdowns and threw for another as the Oak Mountain Eagles defeated the Spain Park Jaguars 35-7 in Jaguar Stadium on Thursday night. The Oak Mountain defense held Spain Park in check for most of the game to get the Class 7A Region 3 win over the Eagles.

Smith, a Northwestern University commitment, rushed for 189 yards on 12 carries and four touchdowns completing 9-of-12 passing for 80 yards and a touchdown. "He is the best athlete in Alabama," said Eagles head coach Justin Crane. "Evan did a great job tonight. Offensively, I thought we got better being able to get more people involved. Evan has done a great job of taking the reigns of the offense, but he has a lot of weapons that made great plays. We battled and really wanted to start out fast and I think we did that." MORE GAME STORY

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