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2015 Season


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   THIS WEEK IN ALABAMA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
AHSFHS.org Report
(Nov. 28, 2015)

Super Seven

Super Seven begins next week on Wednesday in Tuscaloosa.


   *    The Super Seven championship games are set.
 
   *     In 7A..... Spain Park (12-1) and McGill-Toolen (12-1) will play for the championship on Dec 2nd in Tuscaloosa. This will be the Yellow Jacket's first ever trip to any championship game. It will be the Jaguars' second trip as they fell to Prattville 14-0 in 2007. It is only the second time since 2000 that Hoover is not in a championship game. It will be the the first title for either team.

   *     In 6A..... Spanish Fort (14-0) and Clay-Chalkville (14-0) will match the only two undefeated teams against each other. The winner will be the only undefeated team remaining. Last season there were four undefeated champions. the last time there was a single undefeated team was 2006 and the last time there were no undefeated teams at the end of a season was 1997. The Toros have reached the finals on three other occasions, winning all three. The Cougars are making their third appearance in the finals having won the previous two.

   *    In 5A..... St. Paul's (12-2) and Mortimer Jordan (13-1) will square off on Thursday night. It is the Blue Devils' first ever appearance in any championship game on the football field. The Saints are defending 5A champions having also won a title in 2007 and losing in the title game in 1993 to Colbert County. It is also the first time Mortimer Jordan has advanced past the third round.

   *    In 4A..... Fayette County (10-4) and Leeds (12-2) matchup on Friday. If the Tigers win, the four losses will be the most by any champion since R.A. Hubbard finished 9-6 in 1999. The Green Wave are defending 4A champions and are 3-1 in title games. Fayette County, no stranger themselves to championship games are just 1-2 in title games winning a championship in 1996. The two titans have met three time previously in the playoffs with Leeds winning two of those contests.

   *    In 3A..... Bayside Academy (11-3) and Piedmont will match two teams will little experience in the finals. The Admirals have never reach a championship game while Piedmont won their only title in 2009. The Admirals won third round and semi-finals games for the first time in school history this year.

   *    In 2A..... A rematch of last season's title game will pit Elba (13-1) against Fyffe (13-1). The Tigers have played in six title games winning three of those, the last in 2011. The Red Devils won their only championship last year with a 28-17 win over Elba. They also lost in the title game in 2007 to Leroy.

   *    In 1A..... Maplesville returns to the 1A title game having won last year and has a 2-2 record in championship games. The Tigers will be making their second appearance having lost to Sweet Water in 2006.

   *    Elba improved to 7-0 in the semi-finals and Leeds has gone 5-1.

   *   The Mobile area will have four teams representing the South with St. Paul's, Spanish Fort, Bayside Academy and McGill-Toolen playing for titles.

   *    If you have not noticed, Fayette County has tied Oneonta for the most wins of any team in history. The Tigers are 662-333-35 while Oneonta sits at 662-330-32. Right behind these two are the T.R. Miller Tigers with a record of 661-3-4-20. This battle will not be settled this season as all three programs are consistent winners and will battle for years to come for the top of this prestigious list.

   *    There are nine number one seeds remaining along with five number two seeds.

   *   The Fyffe Red Devils have a string of 209 games in which they have scored dating to 10/22/1999.

   *  Clay-Chalkville, retains their hold on of the longest winning streak in the AHSAA at 29 games after defeating Austin 45-35 in the semis. Edgewood Academy leads the AISA school with a 71 game winning streak following a 40-34 win over Marengo Academy for their sixth consecutive state title.
 
   *   Spanish Fort has won 24 consecutive road games following their semi-final home win over Benjamin Russell. Edgewood Academy has a string of 39 straight wins on the road.

   *   The Clay-Chalkville Cougars have scored at least twenty points in 76 straight games. The Cougars have also scored at least 30 points in 34 consecutive games. Both are AHSAA state records.

   *   Edgewood Academy has scored at least thirty points in 32 straight games in the AISA. Edgewood has also scored at least twenty points in 70 consecutive games.










Team approaching the 500 win club  
  499  -  Glencoe  (499-385-26)
  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)  (99-82)
  99  -  Ernie Willingham (Collinsville)  (99-69)
  98  -  Ronn Lee (St. Luke's)  (98-126)
  97  -  Danny Raines (Berry Fayette)  (97-53)
  97  -  Swane Morris (Gaston)  (97-74)
  96  -  Toby Greene (Cottonwood)  (96-86)
  94  -  Royce Young (Escambia County)  (94-174)
  94  -  Tim Perry (Wetumpka)  (94-95)



Teams with current school record winning streaks

 * Edgewood Academy has won a team record 71 consecutive games since 10/28/2010.
 * Clay-Chalkville has won a team record 29 consecutive games since 8/23/2014.


Teams that set a record for most wins in a season

 * Abbeville Christian  -  12
 * Bayside Academy  -  11
 * Beauregard  -  11
 * Berry Fayette  -  10
 * Bessemer Academy  -  13
 * Cedar Bluff  -  13
 * Chickasaw  -  4
 * Cleveland  -  12
 * D.A.R.  -  8
 * Decatur Heritage Christian  -  12
 * Falkville  -  9
 * Fayetteville  -  9
 * Helena  -  9
 * James Clemens  -  10
 * Mars Hill  -  2
 * Monroe Academy  -  13
 * Mortimer Jordan  -  13
 * Northside Methodist Academy  -  7
 * Opelika  -  12
 * Park Crossing  -  8
 * Paul Bryant  -  6
 * Piedmont  -  13
 * Priceville  -  8
 * Providence Christian  -  8
 * Randolph  -  7
 * Woodville  -  4


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

 * Abbeville Christian  -  550
 * Austin  -  470
 * Beauregard  -  571
 * Blount  -  511
 * Central Coosa  -  328
 * Cleveland  -  562
 * Cold Springs  -  426
 * D.A.R.  -  392
 * Decatur Heritage Christian  -  535
 * Falkville  -  427
 * Gardendale  -  514
 * Hayden  -  359
 * Helena  -  359
 * Hillcrest Evergreen  -  429
 * J.U. Blacksher  -  393
 * James Clemens  -  386
 * Leeds  -  622
 * Mars Hill  -  155
 * Meek  -  420
 * Minor  -  390
 * Mortimer Jordan  -  585
 * Munford  -  482
 * New Brockton  -  464
 * Northside Methodist Academy  -  332
 * Park Crossing  -  376
 * Priceville  -  450
 * Randolph County  -  592
 * Russell Christian  -  144
 * Sparkman  -  336
 * Spring Garden  -  470
 * Tanner  -  689
 * West Point  -  352









Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

The Prattville Lions won 56 consecutive regular season games between 2001 and 2007.