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2012 Season


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   THIS WEEK IN ALABAMA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
AHSFHS.org Report
(Sept. 16, 2012)

Week 3

The 2012 season has seen three weeks of action come and go. Here are a few tidbits from this past weekend's action.

  
   *  Dadeville currently holds on to the top spot with a streak of twenty-two consecutive games won on their home turf.

   *  Dadeville and Tanner continue to share the lead with twenty-nine game regular season winning streaks. Maplesville deserves recognition with a streak of twenty-seven wins during the regular season.

   *  Jackson and Hartselle share a streak of eighteen consecutive wins to lead all Alabama high school football teams.

   *   Central Hayneville continues to top our list with forty-four consecutive losses.

   *   Cold Springs has lost thirty-four straight region games.

   *   The T.R. Miller Tigers have scored in 320 consecutive games.

   *  Deshler lost to Lauderdale County 7-21 to relinquish the lead for consecutive region wins. Bibb County with a 27 game streak is now the leader.



Note: The new schools will not be included in team records because of the obvious reasons.

Points scored in a game

* Jemison set a team record for points scored in a game by defeating Carbon Hill 69-8.
* Beauregard set a team record for points scored in a game by defeating Bullock County 69-16.
* Spanish Fort set a team record for points scored in a game by defeating Gulf Shores 56-7.
* Walter Wellborn set a team record for points scored in a game by defeating Victory Christian 73-0.


Points allowed in a game

* Jeff Davis set a team record for points allowed in a game by losing to Carver Montgomery 0-70.
* Victory Christian set a team record for points allowed in a game by losing to Walter Wellborn 0-73.


Margin of Victory game

* Spanish Fort set a team record for margin of victory by defeating Gulf Shores 56-7.
* Walter Wellborn set a team record for margin of victory by defeating Victory Christian 73-0.


Margin of Defeat game

* Jeff Davis set a team record for margin of defeat in a game by losing to Carver Montgomery 0-70.
* Victory Christian set a team record for margin of defeat in a game by losing to Walter Wellborn 0-73.


Points Scored by Both Teams in a Game

* R.A. Hubbard set a team record for points scored by both teams in a game by defeating Phillips Bear Creek 60-50.
* Alma Bryant set a team record for points scored by both teams in a game by losing to Blount 35-49.


Points Scored by Both Teams in a Game

* Locust Fork set a team record for points scored by both teams in a game by losing to Sardis 48-68.
* Sardis set a team record for points scored by both teams in a game by defeating Locust Fork 68-48.
* Spanish Fort set a team record for points scored by both teams in a game by defeating B.C. Rain 50-30.
* Sumter Central set a team record for points scored by both teams in a game by losing to Saraland 26-49.

Teams that are off to fast starts. (record  - last time)

   *  Akron (3-0  -  1991)
   *  Barbour County (3-0  -  Never)
   *  Central Florence  (3-0  - 1998)
   *  Falkville  (3-0  - 1992)
   *  Jacksonville  (3-0  - 1999)
   *  North Sand Mountain  (3-0  - 1998)
   *  Providence Christian  (3-0  - Never)
   *  Southside Gadsden (3-0  -  1996)
&   *  Vinemont  (3-0  - 1993)


Teams that are off to a slow start./strong> (record  -  last time)

&   *  Appalachian (0-3  -  1999)
   *  Briarwood Christian  (0-3  -  1992)
   *  Cherokee County  (0-3  -  1999)
   *  Cleburne County  (0-3  -  1999)
   *  Hokes Bluff  (0-3  -  1989)
   *  Leroy  (0-3  -  1998)
   *  West End  (0-3  -  1983)













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