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Hamilton Aggies
Hamilton High School

211 Aggies Ave. Hamilton, AL 35570
Stadium: Joe Sargent Stadium
Colors: Maroon & White
Coach: Barry Peoples
Region: 4A-R5
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Hamilton Football History

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Team History on AHSFHS.org
The Rivalries - Winfield    
Coach Rodney Stidham    
Coach John Holladay    
Coach J.B. McClendon    
Coach Bobby Lott    
Coach L.C. Fowler    
2010 3A Super Six Game Summary 
 
Team Timeline
First Team: 1912  (#1)
  1915 - Set record by defeating Fayette 125-0.
  1918 - Did not field a team.
  1929 - First undefeated season.
  1929 - Allow no points for the season.
  1930 - Set record with 14 consecutive shutouts.
  1936 - First night game against Vina.
  1939 - First game at Sargent Stadium.
  1968 - Forfeits 1 game.
  1971 - First playoff appearance.
  1978 - First region championship.
  1978 - First 10-0 regular season.
  1982 - First 11 win season.
  1982 - First playoff win.
  1998 - Forfeits 2 games due to AHSAA Sanctions.
  2008 - First 12 win season.
  2010 - First 14 win season.
 
Championships
State Playoff Championships
None
State Mythical Championships
None
Region Championships
  1978, 1982, 1985, 1990, 1991, 1994, 1996
2008, 2009, 2010, 2012
 
Team Records
 Overall Record 630-390-38
 Winning Pct. 62%
 State Playoff Titles 0
 State Mythical Titles 0
 Region/Area Titles 11
 Region/Area Record 147-86
 All State Players (#3)95
 NFL Players (#4)0
 Weeks Ranked #1 0
 Home Record 230-107-8
 Away Record 191-142-4
 
By The Numbers
 Seasons 111
 Winning Seasons (#2) 70
 Losing Seasons (#2)36
 Most Wins in A Season 14 (2010)
 Most Losses in A Season 9 (2022)
 10 Win Seasons 10
 Most Points Scored in a Game 125 ()
 Most Points Scored in a Season 607 (2010)
 Most Points Allowed in a Game 110 (11/17/1917)
 Most Points Allowed in a Season 403 (2015)
 Largest Margin of Victory 125 ()
 Largest Margin of Defeat 110 (11/17/1917)
 Most Points Both Teams in a Game 125 ()
 Last Shutout 10/11/2019
 Last Time Shutout 10/21/2022
 Shutouts All-Time 210
 Been Shutout All-Time 132
 
Streaks
 Longest Win 15 (9/7/1956-10/18/1957)
 Longest Losing 12 (9/17/2021-9/22/2022)
 
Playoff Records
 Overall Record 22-29
 Appearances 29
 1st Round 12-17
 2nd Round 7-5
 3rd Round 2-5
 Semi-Finals 1-1
 Finals 0-1
 
By the Decade
 2020-29  10-22
 2010-19  74-40
 2000-09  76-39
 1990-99 69-44
 1980-89 64-42
 1970-79 67-34-1
 1960-69 48-44-8
 1950-59 71-21-8
 
Enrollment History
 Year  Students  (Rank) 
 2022-23 372 (157)
 2020-21 365 (159)
 2018-19 393 (141)
 2016-17 370 (161)
 2014-15 318 (195)
 2012-13 313 (193)
 2010-11 280 (208)
 2008-09 259 (221)
 2006-07 288 (191)
 2004-05 305 (173)
 2002-03 316 (162)
 2000-01 314 (161)
 1998-99 333 (153)
 1996-97 345 (139)
 1994-95 360 (128)
 1990-91 440 (117)
 1988-89 390 (126)
 1986-87 414 (121)
 1984-85 414 (123)
  
2022 Season Preview

       A look at the Hamilton Aggies football team as they prepare for the upcoming season.
Next Game
 2022 Season is over.
 
2022 Season
 8/19  @ Red Bay    20   22   L  
 8/26   OPEN 
 9/2  vs. Corner   *  14   52   L  
 9/8  @ Oak Grove   *  14   27   L  
 9/16  vs. Cordova   *  21   41   L  
 9/22  @ Winfield    0   52   L  
 9/30  @ Curry   *  40   24   W  
 10/7  @ Dora   *  8   40   L  
 10/14  vs. Haleyville   *  12   52   L  
 10/21  vs. Northside   *  0   48   L  
 10/28  vs. Fayette County    8   28   L  
 
2022 Season Totals
  Record1-9
  Scoring137-386
  Region Record1-6
  Home Record0-5
  Away Record1-4
 
 Region 5 Standings
  Dora 8-46-1
  Haleyville 6-56-1
  Northside 8-35-2
  Corner 8-35-2
  Oak Grove 4-62-5
  Hamilton 1-91-6
  Cordova 5-53-4
  Curry 2-80-7
 
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Longest Running Rivalry
 Hamilton & Winfield have played 96 games.
Hamilton has won 56 games.
Winfield has won 35 games.
with 5 tie games.
 
Record Against Ranked Teams (since 1984)
 Total 26-83
 Regular Season 19-67
 Playoffs 7-16
 Lower Class 11-17
 Same Class 14-62
 Higher Class 1-4
 1A 1-0
 2A 3-4
 3A 11-16
 4A 6-35
 5A 4-18
 6A 1-9
 7A 0-1
 
Record when scoring..... (since 2000)
 Scoring  Record 
 less than 10 1-33
 10 or more 159-68
 20 or more  141-37
 30 or more 101-11
 40 or more 58-2
 
Record when allowing..... (since 2000)
 Points Allowed  Record 
 less than 10 56-1
 10 or more 104-100
 20 or more 48-95
 30 or more 13-70
 40 or more 5-47
 
Border Wars
 vs. Mississippi 23 - 10 - 3
 
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NOTES:
(1) If 'First Year' is unknown we assume a year based upon research.
(2) Winning and losing seasons counted only if team plays at least 5 games.
(3) All State players counted for the all state teams we have in our database. We must have an entire team for the appropriate classification to make additions to the teams. Only ASWA teams are recognized after 1982.
(4) NFL Players counted for any player that participated in a regular season game.

Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

Foley outscored their opponents 433-6 in 1961. The Lions were named state champions by the Alabama Sports Writers Association that season.