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A.L. Johnson Eagles

Head Coach: Bruce Craig (first season)
Stadium: A.L. Johnson Stadium
Career Record: 1 season, (0-10)
At A.L. Johnson: First season

 History 
Overall Record:   187-236-3   (44.0%)
Last 25 years:   125-128   (49.0%)  (Rank: 194th in the AHSAA, 27th in Class 1A)
Since 2010:   37-45  (45.0%)  (Rank: 223rd in the AHSAA, 31st in Class 1A)
Last Playoff Appearance:   2015
Last Region Championship:   1999
Last Winning Season:   2013
Last Losing Season:   2017

 2017 
Class:  1A              Region:   1
Record:  4-6
Region Record:   3-4, (fifth)
Playoff Record:   Did not qualify.
Final ASWA Poll:   Not Ranked
Scoring:  166 (16.6)
Defense:  307 (30.7)


 2018 
Class: 1A              Region:   3
Strength of Schedule: 54-55 (50%) (199th in the AHSAA, 16th in Class 1A)
Region Strength:  42-34 (55%)
Non-Region Strength:  12-21 (36%)




 2017 Results 
 8/25  @ R.C. Hatch  (2A)   0-52   L  
 9/1  vs. Monroe County  (4A)   6-26   L  
 9/8  vs. Sweet Water  (1A)  *  6-58   L  
 9/15  vs. Fruitdale  (1A)  *  42-22   W  
 9/22  @ Marengo  (1A)  *  0-38   L  
 9/29  @ Ellwood Christian  (1A)   38-6   W  
 10/6  vs. J.F. Shields  (1A)  *  32-14   W  
 10/13  @ Linden  (1A)  *  0-43   L  
 10/19  vs. McIntosh  (1A)  *  34-0   W  
 10/27  @ Millry  (1A)  *  8-48   L  
 11/3   OPEN 


 2018 Schedule 
 8/23  vs. Fruitdale  (1A)       
 8/31   OPEN 
 9/7  @ Maplesville  (1A)  *      
 9/14  @ Isabella  (1A)  *      
 9/20  vs. Holy Spirit  (1A)  *      
 9/28  vs. Marengo  (1A)       
 10/5  vs. Francis Marion  (1A)  *      
 10/11  @ Ellwood Christian  (1A)  *      
 10/19  vs. Linden  (1A)  *      
 10/26  @ Keith  (1A)  *      
 11/2  @ J.F. Shields  (1A)       



Class  1A Region  3
Team 2017 Record Scoring                            
A.L. Johnson (1A) 4-6166-307
Ellwood Christian (1A) 0-970-473
Francis Marion (2A) 4-6198-264
Holy Spirit (1A) 4-7330-249
Isabella (1A) 10-2494-236
Keith (2A) 6-5341-257
Linden (1A) 7-4386-217
Maplesville (1A) 11-1591-129


 2018 Preview 


       A.L. Johnson completed the 2017 season with a 4-6 record. Last year A.L. Johnson just missed making the playoffs with a fifth place finish in Class 1A region one with a 3-4 region record.

       A.L. Johnson was inconsistent offensively last year and they need some improvement if the Eagles want to be competitive. They only averaged 16.6 points a game.

       Since 2010, A.L. Johnson has gone a combined 37-45. Their 45.0% winning percentage ranks 31st in Class 1A over the past eight seasons.

       Over the past 25 seasons, A.L. Johnson has managed to compile a record of 125-128. Their 49.0% winning percentage ranks 27th in Class 1A and 194th in the AHSAA.




       The Eagles will be under the direction of new head football coach Bruce Craig as they enter the 2018 season.

       The A.L. Johnson Eagles will play in Class 1A region three during the 2018 season. Following realignment, the Eagles remain in 1A but move from region one over to region three.

       With a little luck and some improvement, the Eagles could find themselves challenging for one of the playoff spots for region three this season. A.L. Johnson missed the playoffs the past couple of seasons but hope to return to the post season in 2018.

       The Eagles open the 2018 season at home against non-region opponent Fruitdale on Thursday, August 23 at A.L. Johnson Stadium. Last year the Fruitdale Pirates finished with an overall record of 0-10 and in eighth place in Class 1A region one.

       A.L. Johnson and Fruitdale have met a total of 21 times on the football field. The Eagles have a 13-8-0 record against the Pirates. They last met in 2017 with A.L. Johnson winning by a score of 42-22.

  


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