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2012 Season


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   THIS WEEK IN ALABAMA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
AHSFHS.org Report
(Oct. 6, 2012)

Week 6

After six weeks of action the region championship races are beginning to take shape in each classification. The playoffs will begin in just a few short weeks but until then there is a lot of football to be played in the final month of the 2012 season. Here are some interesting facts from this week's games.

  
   *  Dadeville with 24 and Tanner with 23 currently hold on to the top spots for consecutive games won on their home turf. Dadeville defeated Dallas County 46-8 while Tanner blasted Colbert Heights 69-13 on Friday night.

   *  Dadeville and Tanner also continue to share the lead with thirty-two game regular season game winning streaks.

   *  Jackson thrashed Satsuma 60-21 to increase their winning streak to a state leading twenty-one games in a row.

   *   Central Hayneville continues to top our list with forty-seven consecutive losses after a 50-12 loss to Zion Chapel.

   *   Cold Springs defeated region foe Francis Marion 22-6 to break their streak of thirty-five consecutive region losses. The new leader in this dubious list is Central Hayneville with a streak of thirty-four consecutive region losses dating back to 2007. Other notables with long region losing streaks include Cherokee (23), Bullock County (22) and Victory Christian (20).

   *   The T.R. Miller Tigers defeated Cottage Hill Christian 55-3 and have scored in 323 consecutive games.

   *  Elba has lost two games this season but fortunately they were non-region games. They have won their four region games and lead the AHSAA with a streak of twenty-seven consecutive region wins. Monroe Academy has won twenty-seven in a row in AISA. Other notables in AHSAA include.... Tanner (25), Dadeville (22), Maplesville (21) and Piedmont (21).

   *   Spring Garden started the 2012 season with six consecutive wins which is a first in the history of the school. Keith matched the streak for the first time in the history of their football team.



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

Points scored in a game

* Madison County set a team record for points scored in a game by defeating Pope John Paul II 67-7.
* St. Lukes set a team record for points scored in a game by defeating Marengo 54-0.
* Tanner set a team record for points scored in a game by defeating Colbert Heights 69-13.


Points allowed in a game

* Lee Huntsville set a team record for points allowed in a game by losing to Oxford 20-63.
* Pope John Paul II set a team record for points allowed in a game by losing to Madison County 7-67.


Margin of Victory game

* Madison County set a team record for margin of victory by defeating Pope John Paul II 67-7.
* Mountain Brook set a team record for margin of victory by defeating Carver Birmingham 58-6.
* Shades Mountain Christian set a team record for margin of victory by defeating Southeastern 51-0.
* Beauregard set a team record for margin of victory by defeating Headland 69-0.
* Calera set a team record for margin of victory by defeating Carbon Hill 60-0.
* St. Lukes set a team record for margin of victory by defeating Marengo 54-0.
* Wenonah set a team record for margin of victory by defeating Central Tuscaloosa 53-0.


Margin of Defeat game

* Pope John Paul II set a team record for margin of defeat in a game by losing to Madison County 7-67.


Points Scored by Both Teams in a Game

* Northside set a team record for points scored by both teams in a game by defeating Sipsey Valley 50-46.
* Pope John Paul II set a team record for points scored by both teams in a game by losing to Madison County 7-67.
* Vinemont set a team record for points scored by both teams in a game by losing to Hamilton 49-56.




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

   *  Austin (6-0  -  1993)
   *  Benjamin Russell (6-0  -  1996)
   *  Daleville  (6-0  - 1992)
   *  Falkville  (6-0  - 1992)
   *  Keith  (6-0  - Never)
   *  Mobile Christian  (6-0  - 2001)
   *  Muscle Shoals  (6-0  - 1997)
   *  Spring Garden  (6-0  - Never)
   *  Wenonah  (6-0  - 1997)


Teams that are off to a slow start. (record  -  last time)
 
   *  Cherokee County  (0-6  -  1994)
   *  Coosa Christian  (0-6  -  Never)
   *  Cordova  (0-6  -  1998)
   *  Gaston  (0-6  -  2001)
   *  Greene County  (0-6  -  Never)
   *  Holtville  (0-6  -  2000)
   *  Marengo  (0-6  -  Never)
   *  West End  (0-6  -  1977)












Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

Morris Higginbotham coached three different teams to divisional state championships in the 1950s. He won titles at Walnut Grove in 1952, West Blocton in 1955 and Enterprise in 1960.