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   THIS WEEK IN ALABAMA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
AHSFHS.org Report
(Nov. 7, 2015)

Week 12

On to the second round of the state playoffs. Here are a few tidbits from this week's action.


   *     Decatur Heritage Christian, Victory Christian, Helena, James Clemens, Fayetteville move on to the second round for the first time in their school's history.

   *    Teams still playing who have never won a second round game include the two above and Cleveland, Falkville, Hayden, Hillcrest Evergreen, New Hope, North Sand Mountain, Northridge, Providence Christian and Spring Garden.

   *    Colbert County has won the most second round games and have a 24-4 record in second round playoff games. Hoover is an amazing 21-1 with the only loss coming in 1978.

   *    Tanner outmanned Phil Campbell 73-7 on Thursday night. The 73 points are the sixth most in playoff history behind the 85 put up by Clay-Chalkville just last year. Randolph County thrashed Collinsville 70-7 also in the first round.

   *    Bob Jones, Park Crossing, Fort Payne, Bibb County, Priceville, Montgomery Academy and J.U. Blacksher all went down as Number one seeds in the first round.

   *    In 6A, Regions four and five swept their playoff games in the first round. Class 3A Region one pulled off the same feat.

   *   The Fyffe Red Devils have a string of 206 games in which they have scored dating to 10/22/1999. They extended the streak with a 50-15 win over LaFayette. Brantley is in second at 186 games followed by Calera (167), Demopolis (164) and Prattville (158).

   *  Clay-Chalkville, retains their hold on of the longest winning streak in the AHSAA at 26 games after defeating Cullman 48-14 in the first round. Edgewood Academy leads the AISA school with a 69 game winning streak following a 48-6 win over Wilcox Academy.
 
   *   Muscle Shoals has a string of 37 straight home field wins over the past five seasons after defeating Huffman 36-0 on their home turf.

   *   Spanish Fort has won 23 consecutive road games following their first round home win. Edgewood Academy has a string of 39 straight wins on the road.

   *   The Clay-Chalkville Cougars have scored at least twenty points in 73 straight games. The Cougars have also scored at least 30 points in 31 consecutive games. Both are AHSAA state records.

   *   Edgewood Academy has scored at least thirty points in 30 straight games in the AISA. Edgewood has also scored at least twenty points in 68 consecutive games.

   *   Chad Young, the head football coach at Ranburne, joined the 100 win list this week. His record in 17 seasons at Ranburne is 100-79. His team is 9-1 on the season after defeating Gaston 35-7 and face #1 Tanner in the second round.

   *   Phil Lazenby picked up his 150th coaching victory over the weekend. In 19 seasons his overall record at Guntersville, Southside Gadsden, Benjamin Russell and Bayside stands at 150-75.










Team approaching the 500 win club  
  499  -  Glencoe  (499-384-26)
  498  -  Escambia County  (498-429-33)
  496  -  Valley  (496-351-22)
  495  -  Albertville  (495-460-45)

Coaches approaching the 100 win club
  
  99  -  Mark Hastings (Oakman)  (99-81)
  99  -  Ernie Willingham (Collinsville)  (99-69)
  98  -  Ronn Lee (St. Luke's)  (98-126)
  97  -  Swane Morris (Gaston)  (97-74)
  96  -  Toby Greene (Cottonwood)  (96-86)
  96  -  Danny Raines (Berry Fayette)  (96-52)
  94  -  Royce Young (Escambia County)  (94-174)
  94  -  Tim Perry (Wetumpka)  (94-95)



Margin of Defeat game

 * Daphne set a team record by losing to Opelika 51-0.


Points Scored by Both Teams in a Game

 * Dadeville set a team record by defeating Thomasville 54-53.
 * Northside Methodist Academy set a team record by losing to Clarke Prep 59-33.


Teams with current school record winning streaks

 * Edgewood Academy has won a team record 69 consecutive games since 10/28/2010.
 * Clay-Chalkville has won a team record 26 consecutive games since 8/23/2014.
 * Cleveland has won a team record 11 consecutive games since 8/28/2015.
 * Spain Park has won a team record 10 consecutive games since 8/28/2015.
 * Decatur Heritage Christian has won a team record 10 consecutive games since 9/4/2015.
 * James Clemens has won a team record 9 consecutive games since 9/11/2015.
 * Spring Garden has won a team record 6 consecutive games since 10/2/2015.
 * Helena has won a team record 6 consecutive games since 10/2/2015.


Teams that set a record for most wins in a season

 * Chickasaw  -  4
 * Cleveland  -  11
 * D.A.R.  -  8
 * Decatur Heritage Christian  -  10
 * Falkville  -  9
 * Fayetteville  -  9
 * Helena  -  9
 * James Clemens  -  10
 * Mars Hill  -  2
 * Northside Methodist Academy  -  7
 * Park Crossing  -  8
 * Paul Bryant  -  6
 * Priceville  -  8
 * Providence Christian  -  8
 * Randolph  -  7
 * Woodville  -  4


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

 * Beauregard  -  513
 * Blount  -  504
 * Central Coosa  -  328
 * Cleveland  -  496
 * Cold Springs  -  426
 * D.A.R.  -  392
 * Decatur Heritage Christian  -  433
 * Falkville  -  400
 * Hayden  -  349
 * Helena  -  352
 * Hillcrest Evergreen  -  374
 * J.U. Blacksher  -  393
 * James Clemens  -  376
 * Mars Hill  -  155
 * Meek  -  420
 * Mortimer Jordan  -  487
 * New Brockton  -  464
 * Northside Methodist Academy  -  332
 * Park Crossing  -  376
 * Priceville  -  450
 * Russell Christian  -  144
 * Sparkman  -  336
 * Spring Garden  -  448
 * Tanner  -  634
 * West Point  -  352



Teams off to great starts in 2015
 * Beauregard has never started 9-0 in a season.
 * Cleveland has never started 10-0 in a season.
 * Opelika last started a season 10-0 in 2003.
 * Randolph County last started a season 10-0 in 1992.
 * Wenonah last started a season 9-0 in 1995.








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Spence McCracken won a record 21 Area/Region Championships at Montgomery Academy, Lee Montgomery and Opelika during his coaching career.