News

We now have 819 teams &  
175,329 games on AHSFHS.org.



Search Site

AHSFHS Article Series


   The best of the best in Alabama High   
  School Football over the past 100 seasons.






1992 Alabama vs. Mississippi All Star Game


 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   Class   College 
 Adrian Harris  Lee Montgomery OL6-3 275Sr.6A  
 Albert Reese  Vigor DL6-1 190Sr.6A  Auburn
 Arrid Gregory  Luverne RB5-9 175Sr.3A  Troy State
 Brandon Kinard  Hamilton QB6-2 185Sr.5A  Alabama
 Bryan Fears  Opelika DL6-2 246Sr.6A  
 Chris May  Handley OL6-3 265Sr.4A  
 Chris Simmons  Hartselle LB6-2 225Sr.5A  Alabama
 Chris Windsor  Jess Lanier QB Sr.6A  Jacksonville State
 Cory ONeal  Reeltown DB6-0 185Sr.2A  
 Dan Brady  Prattville WR6-2 180Sr.6A  Troy State
 Darrell Blackburn  Butler DL6-6 225Sr.6A  Alabama
 Derrick Dorn  Daleville TE6-5 215Sr.4A  Auburn
 Dewight Kennedy  Blount WR Sr.5A  
 Dustin Wright  Tuscaloosa County OL61 280Sr.6A  Alabama
 James Manley  Huffman DL6-4 270Sr.6A  
 Jeremy Downey  Alba DB Sr.4A  
 Jeremy Pennington  Lamar County OL6-4 275Sr.3A  Alabama
 Kendrick Burton  Hartselle DL6-6 290Sr.5A  Alabama
 Kerry Jenkins  Holt OL Sr.5A  LSU
 Laron White  Courtland OL6-2 254Sr.1A  Alabama
 Lonzell Gowdy  Central Tuscaloosa RB6-2 210Sr.6A  Southern Miss
 Marvin Stafford  Citronelle RB Sr.5A  
 Michael Hicey  B.T. Washington DB Sr.6A  
 Michael Proctor  Pelham K6-0 180Sr.6A  Alabama
 Ozell Powell  Greenville DL6-7 235Sr.5A  Alabama
 Pat Epkins  Prattville LB6-3 205Sr.6A  Auburn
 Prentice Bowen  Lee Montgomery DL5-7 180Sr.6A  
 Renardo McCoy  Hazlewood DB6-1 185Sr.2A  Alabama
 Robert Davis  Homewood RB5-11 180Sr.5A  LSU
 Rod Ollison  Greenville OL Sr.5A  
 Scott Sharp  Lee Huntsville DL6-4 255Sr.6A  
 Tim Watts  Southside Selma LB6-2 235Sr.5A  Alabama
 Toderick Malone  Etowah WR6-0 185Sr.5A  Alabama
 Tracy Cantlope  Northview DB5-11 175Sr.6A  
 Willie Smith  T.R. Miller LB6-0 185Sr.4A  Troy State



Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

Demopolis scored a record 761 points during the 2004 season. The Tigers finished the season 15-0.