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2011 Football Playoffs


All Six Defending Champs Advance To Second Round       

All six defending state champions posted first-round victories and now advance as the Alabama High School Athletic Association state football playoffs move into the second round Friday (Nov. 11). All games are scheduled for 7 p.m.
        Defending 1A state champion Sweet Water (8-3) beat Keith 48-26 and will go to Winterboro (10-1) this week. Class 2A defending champ Leroy (7-4) downed Isabella 54-22 and will travel to Highland Home (8-3).
        Leeds (9-2), the defending 3A state titlist, edged Abbeville 28-27 and will host Gordo (8-3). Class 4A returning champ Thomasville (10-1) goes to Dadeville (11-0) after beating West Blocton 55-6 and Class 5A defending champion Spanish Fort (8-3) stopped Fairfield 31-7 and will host Valley (9-2).
         In Class 6A, defending state champ Daphne (10-1) beat Opelika 49-31 and will travel to Prattville (8-2).

          A total of 18 unbeaten teams advanced to the second round: Class 1A: Maplesville (11-0) and Ragland (11-0); Class 2A: Elba (11-0), Fyffe (11-0) and Tanner (11-0); Class 3A: Handley (11-0), Bayside Academy (11-0) and Piedmont (11-0); Class 4A: Jackson (11-0), Dadeville (11-0), Bibb County (11-0) and North Jackson (11-0); Class 5A: Saint Paul's (11-0), Greenville (11-0), Hueytown (11-0) and Hartselle (11-0); Class 6A: Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (11-0) and Mountain Brook (11-0).
          The quarterfinal round playoff games are scheduled Friday, Nov. 18, followed by the semifinals Nov. 25 and the Super 6 state finals Dec. 1-2 at Bryant-Denny Stadium on the campus of the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.

 

2011 AHSAA Football Playoffs

Second-round pairings

All games are Friday, Nov. 11 at 7 p.m.


Class 1A

Pickens County (10-1) at Brantley (9-1)

Sweet Water (8-3) at Winterboro (10-1)

Geneva County (6-5) at Maplesville (11-0)

Linden (10-1) at Pleasant Home (8-3)

 

Ragland (11-0) at Berry (10-1)

Lynn (9-2) at Collinsville (10-1)

Donoho (10-1) at Shoals Christian (8-3), Florence

Cedar Bluff (6-5) at Marion County (10-1), Guin

 

Class 2A

Vincent (9-2) at Elba (11-0)

Flomaton (10-1) at Goshen (7-4)

American Christian (10-1) at Barbour County  (8-3), Clayton

Leroy (7-4) at Highland Home (8-3)

 

Fyffe (11-0) at Woodland (7-4)

Reeltown (8-3) at Tanner (11-0)

Red Bay (10-1) at Fultondale (9-2)

Oakman (8-3) at Lineville (8-3)

 

Class 3A

Washington County (9-2) at Walter Wellborn (8-3), Anniston

T.R. Miller (9-2) at Handley (11-0), Roanoke

Gordo (8-3) at Leeds (9-2)

Clay County (10-1) at Bayside Academy (11-0), Daphne

 

Sheffield (9-2) at Piedmont (11-0)

Rogers (9-2) at Saks (7-3), Anniston

Glencoe (9-2) at Lauderdale County (10-1), Rogersville

Madison Academy (9-2) Elkmont (7-4)

 

Class 4A

UMS-Wright (7-4) at Elmore County (7-4), Eclectic

Thomasville (10-1) at Dadeville (11-0)

Bibb County (11-0) at Lincoln (7-4)

Beauregard (10-1) at Jackson (11-0)

 

Anniston (7-4) at Dora (9-2)

Fayette County (8-3) at North Jackson (11-0), Stevenson

Alexandria (8-3) at Deshler (10-1), Tuscumbia

Oneonta (9-2) at West Limestone (6-5), Lester

 

Class 5A

Valley (9-2) at Spanish Fort (8-3)

Vigor (9-2) at Greenville (11-0)

Eufaula (10-1) at Hueytown (11-0)

Saint Paul's (10-1) at Charles Henderson (6-5), Troy

 

Hartselle (11-0) Pinson Valley (9-2)

Center Point (10-1) at Etowah (10-1), Attalla

Cullman (8-3) at Muscle Shoals (10-1)

Fort Payne (10-1) at Briarwood Christian (10-1)

 

Class 6A

McGill-Toolen (10-1) at Murphy (7-4), Ladd-Peebles Stadium, Mobile

Central-Phenix City (9-2) at Benjamin Russell (7-4), Alexander City

Daphne (10-1) at Prattville (8-2)

Blount (10-1) at Fairhope (9-2)

 

Huntsville (8-3) at Mountain Brook (11-0)

Northridge (10-1) at Oxford (10-1)

Hoover (10-1) at Bob Jones (10-1), Madison

Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (11-0) at Vestavia Hills (7-4)





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