Alabama High School Football Playoffs

 2022 AISA Football Playoff Bracket
1st ROUND 11/4 2nd ROUND 11/1 FINALS 11/18    
AAA Playoff Bracket    
  Home team is BOLD  
Lee-Scott Academy  AISA State Championships
  Bye      November 17, 2022
         Lee-Scott Academy  41 Cramton Bowl
      Valiant Cross Academy 0  
  Monroe Academy 20     Print Bracket
  Valiant Cross Academy  30    
        Lee-Scott Academy  35
      Glenwood School 21  
  Glenwood School   
  Bye     
      Glenwood School  42
        Morgan Academy 8  
  Morgan Academy  40  
  Autauga Academy   30  
  
                                             
AA Playoff Bracket    
   
Chambers Academy  56
  Escambia Academy  12    
         Chambers Academy  21
      Clarke Prep 24  
  Clarke Prep 35    
  Macon-East Academy  19    
        Clarke Prep  0  
      Patrician Academy 60  
  Patrician Academy  55  
  Abbeville Christian  13    
      Patrician Academy  42
        Edgewood Academy 14  
  Edgewood Academy  14  
  Banks Academy   7    
 
                                             
A Playoff Bracket    
   
Lowndes Academy  68
  Snook Christian  12    
         Lowndes Academy  35
      Southern Academy 0  
  South Choctaw Academy 14    
  Southern Academy  21    
        Lowndes Academy  24  
      Jackson Academy 8  
  Jackson Academy  58  
  Lakeside  0    
      Jackson Academy  22
        Crenshaw Christian 6  
  Crenshaw Christian  32  
  Wilcox Academy   6    
 
 
                                             
8 Man Playoff Bracket    
   
Springwood 
  Bye     
         Springwood  50
      Cornerstone Christian 8  
  North River Christian 51    
  Cornerstone Christian  72    
        Springwood  28  
      Evangel Christian Academy 38  
  Evangel Christian Academy   
  Bye     
      Evangel Christian Academy  40
        Southern Prep Academy 12  
  Southern Prep Academy  47  
  Meadowview Christian   20    
 





Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

From 1947 until his retirement in 1992 Glenn Daniel's teams won 302 games at Pine Hill and Luverne. He was the winningest coach in state history until 2010.