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2014 Season


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   THIS WEEK IN ALABAMA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
AHSFHS.org Report
(Nov. 22, 2014)

After Third Round of Playoffs


 

The state playoffs are winding down in search of the Super Seven teams. Here are a few tidbits from this week's action.

  *    Escambia Academy came from behind to defeat Bessemer Academy 35-28 and win the school's first ever AISA state Championship in Troy on Friday. It is also the first time the team has won eleven games in a single season.

  *    Edgewood Academy won their fifth consecutive title with a 55-25 win over Marengo Academy. It is also their sixth title in seven years. Edgewood also set a record by scoring 751 points in a thirteen game season. They averaged 57.8 points a game in 2014.

  *    Abbeville Christian Won over Patrician Academy 25-14 to capture their first ever State Championship after posting back-to-back ten win seasons.

  *    Dale County defeated Montgomery Academy and moved to the semi-finals for the first time in their school's history. Florence beat Gardendale and accomplished the same feat. Ranburne (1975), Glencoe (1993) and Billingsley (1997) will be back in the semi-finals after a long drought.

  *    Teams still playing who have never won a semi-final game include Dale County, Florence, Hubbertville, Madison County, Pleasant Grove and Saraland.

  *    Hoover, improved to 17-1 in 18 appearances to the semi-finals of the playoffs.

  *    There are still eight undefeated 13-0 team remaining along with three 12-0 teams. All four teams remaining in Class 2A are undefeated.

  *    Clay-Chalkville defeated Decatur 38-10 in the third round of the playoffs. The Cougars extended their state record streak of scoring at least 20 points that has reached 60 straight.

  *   Edgewood Academy added to their impressive streak. They have scored more than 20 points in 57 consecutive games following a 55-25 victory over Marengo Academy for their fifth consecutive AISA State Championship.

  *   Edgewood Academy leads the AISA school with a 58 game winning streak. The mark is a state record for any team playing eleven man football.

  *   Maplesville extended their home winning streak to 42 consecutive games. Edgewood Academy leads the AISA with a string of 31 straight home wins.

  *   The T.R. Miller Tigers have an amazing streak of 354 games without being shutout after a second round loss to Montgomery Academy.


Teams approaching the 500 win club

  498  -  Eufaula  (498-304-17)

Coaches approaching the 100 win club

  99  -  Gene Allen (Pike Liberal Arts)  (99-107)
  98  -  Allen Creasy (Athens)  (98-80)
  98  -  Chris Yeager (Mt. Brook)  (98-53)
  98  -  Tim Carter (Auburn)  (98-53)
  98  -  Don Chesteen (Geneva)  (98-75)

Fast Starts to a Season - The last time a team started a season undefeated

 * Clay-Chalkville has never started 13-0 in a season.
 * Dale County has never started 13-0 in a season.
 * Glencoe last started a season 13-0 in 1973.
 * Gordo last started a season 13-0 in 1980.
 * Hubbertville has never started 12-0 in a season.
 * Ranburne has never started 12-0 in a season.
 * St. Paul's has never started 13-0 in a season.
 * Washington County has never started 13-0 in a season.

Margin of Victory game

 * Leeds set a team record by defeating Munford 62-0.

 Margin of Defeat game

 * Munford set a team record by losing to Leeds 62-0.

Teams with current school record winning streaks

 * Edgewood Academy has won a team record 58 consecutive games since 10/28/2010.
 * Dale County has won a team record 13 consecutive games since 8/22/2014.
 * Clay-Chalkville has won a team record 13 consecutive games since 8/23/2014.
 * Pleasant Grove has won a team record 10 consecutive games since 9/19/2014.
 * Saraland has won a team record 9 consecutive games since 9/26/2014.
 * Florence has won a team record 9 consecutive games since 9/26/2014.
 * Madison County has won a team record 8 consecutive games since 10/3/2014.

Teams that set a record for most wins in a season


 * Baker  -  9
 * Clay-Chalkville  -  13
 * Cleveland  -  9
 * Dale County  -  13
 * Decatur Heritage Christian  -  6
 * East Limestone  -  12
 * Ellwood Christian  -  5
 * Escambia Academy  -  11
 * Fairhope  -  11
 * Florence  -  11
 * Fruitdale  -  9
 * Glencoe  -  13
 * Haleyville  -  10
 * Hubbertville  -  12
 * James Clemens  -  7
 * Kinston  -  6
 * Northside  -  8
 * Oak Mountain  -  10
 * Phillips Bear Creek  -  10
 * Pleasant Grove  -  11
 * R.C. Hatch  -  6
 * Ramsay  -  10
 * Ranburne  -  12
 * Saraland  -  12
 * Southeastern  -  2
 * Washington County  -  13
 * Woodville  -  3

 Teams that set a record for most points scored in a season


 * Ashford  -  374
 * Baker  -  398
 * Bessemer Academy  -  578
 * Clay-Chalkville  -  660
 * Decatur Heritage Christian  -  304
 * Donoho  -  493
 * Edgewood Academy  -  751
 * Elkmont  -  344
 * Ellwood Christian  -  307
 * Florence  -  443
 * G.W. Long  -  574
 * Gadsden City  -  496
 * Gardendale  -  462
 * Glencoe  -  525
 * Haleyville  -  505
 * Hazel Green  -  329
 * Hubbertville  -  486
 * J.U. Blacksher  -  368
 * Jacksonville Christian  -  365
 * James Clemens  -  376
 * Lexington  -  409
 * Locust Fork  -  437
 * Northside  -  390
 * Northview  -  319
 * Oak Mountain  -  367
 * Oakman  -  515
 * Opp  -  462
 * R.C. Hatch  -  333
 * Ramsay  -  357
 * Ranburne  -  464
 * Saraland  -  493
 * Southeastern  -  125
 * Straughn  -  418
 * Washington County  -  624
 * Wilson  -  420
 * Woodville  -  266





Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

Parrish scored a record 77 points in a playoff game against Cedar Bluff in 2001. The Tornados were shutout the following week 19-0 by Courtland.