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2012 Top Ten

     How the Top Ten Fared This Week

Class 1A
1 Marion County (3-0) defeated Parrish 38-12
2 Linden (3-0) defeated St. Lukes 34-14
3 Maplesville (3-0) defeated Sunshine 61-0
4 Ragland (2-0) defeated Gaylesville 34-11
5 Brantley (3-0) defeated Florala 55-8
6 Pickens County (3-0) defeated Lynn 42-0
7 R.A. Hubbard (2-1) defeated Phillips Bear Creek 60-50
8 Cedar Bluff (3-0) defeated Coosa Christian 62-21
9 Lynn (2-1) lost to Pickens County 0-42
10 Collinsville (3-0) defeated Woodville 41-8

Class 2A
1 Fultondale (2-1) lost to Woodland 24-25
2 Tanner (3-0) defeated Cherokee 67-7
3 Washington County (3-0) defeated Southern Choctaw 35-12
4 Fyffe (3-0) defeated West End Walnut Grove 42-6
5 Elba (2-1) defeated Central Hayneville 54-0
6 Sweet Water (2-1) defeated Millry 32-0
7 G.W. Long (3-0) defeated Houston Academy 27-24
8 Reeltown (2-1) defeated Lanett 21-20
9 Walter Wellborn (3-0) defeated Victory Christian 73-0
10 North Sand Mountain (3-0) defeated Sand Rock 36-21

Class 3A
1 Leeds (3-0) defeated Midfield 7-6
2 Piedmont (3-0) defeated Glencoe 49-7
3 T.R. Miller (3-0) defeated Excel 62-6
4 Deshler (1-2) lost to Lauderdale County 7-21
5 Madison Academy (2-1) defeated Clements 55-0
6 Hamilton (3-0) defeated Hanceville 48-13
7 Gordo (2-1) lost to Fayette County 8-31
8 Bayside Academy (2-1) defeated Opp 35-14
9 Lauderdale County (2-1) defeated Deshler 21-7
10 Abbeville (1-2) lost to Daleville 20-27

Class 4A
1 Oneonta (3-0) defeated Locust Fork 59-20
2 Dadeville (3-0) defeated Holtville 47-20
3 Thomasville (2-1) lost to UMS-Wright 42-49
4 Central Clay County (3-0) defeated Elmore County 40-13
5 Beauregard (3-0) defeated Bullock County 69-16
6 UMS-Wright (2-1) defeated Thomasville 49-42
7 Anniston (2-1) lost to Lincoln 7-20
8 Handley (2-1) defeated Childersburg 48-18
9 Andalusia (3-0) defeated Hillcrest Evergreen 36-18
10 Madison County (3-0) defeated Randolph School 56-13

Class 5A
1 Hartselle (2-0) defeated Athens 23-8
2 Muscle Shoals (3-0) defeated Lawrence County 53-0
3 Jackson (3-0) defeated Greenville 31-10
4 Eufaula (3-0) defeated Marbury 55-27
5 Spanish Fort (3-0) defeated Gulf Shores 56-7
6 Pinson Valley (1-2) lost to Walker 13-31
7 Cullman (3-0) defeated West Point 42-14
8 St. Pauls (2-1) defeated B.C. Rain 35-0
9 Homewood (2-1) defeated Briarwood 27-12
9 Fort Payne (3-0) defeated Arab 51-21

Class 6A
1 Hoover (3-0) defeated Jackson-Olin 50-0
2 Clay-Chalkville (3-0) defeated Albertville 52-7
3 Auburn (3-0) defeated Smiths Station 48-7
4 McGill (3-0) defeated Theodore 62-9
5 Vestavia Hills (3-0) defeated Huffman 45-20
6 Northridge (3-0) defeated Minor 28-13
7 Austin (3-0) defeated Buckhorn 48-7
8 Oxford (1-2) lost to Gadsden City 21-28
9 Daphne (2-1) defeated Foley 46-45
10 Central Phenix City (2-1) lost to Opelika 7-37

Class AISA
1 Edgewood Academy (5-0) defeated Glenwood Academy 68-42
2 Glenwood Academy (3-1) lost to Edgewood Academy 42-68
3 Autauga Academy (4-0) defeated Fort Dale Academy 49-47
4 Fort Dale Academy (3-1) lost to Autauga Academy 47-49
5 Monroe Academy (4-0) defeated Bessemer Academy 35-0
6 Restoration Academy (5-0) defeated Coosa Valley Academy 42-20
7 Tuscaloosa Academy (4-0) defeated Morgan Academy 42-7
8 Lee-Scott Academy (3-1) defeated Springwood 44-6
9 Clarke Prep (4-0) defeated Jackson Academy 50-3
10 Jackson Academy (2-2) lost to Clarke Prep 3-50





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