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   THIS WEEK IN ALABAMA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
AHSFHS.org Report
(Dec. 6, 2015)

AHSAA Super Seven

Congratulations to all the 2015 championship teams.


   *    The Super Seven championship games are history. That means the 2015 season is complete.
 
   *     The South clean up by winning six of the seven championship games. Of course that is a first. The lone north team to win was Piedmont who defeated Bayside Academy in 3A.
 
   *     Four champions from last season were able to hold serve and repeated this season. The only other time that happened was in 2013. Five teams have never repeated as champions.
 
   *     In 7A..... McGill-Toolen (13-1) won the first football state championship in the school's history under second year head coach Caleb Ross. McGill-Toolen becomes the first team not named, Hoover, Prattville or Daphne to win a title in the highest classification wince 1999. 

   *     In 6A..... Spanish Fort (15-0) won the fourth title in the last six seasons under three different coaches. The Toros are 46-3 over the past four seasons. The Toros were able to slow down the high-powered Cougar offense enough to bring home the victory. Spanish Fort is also the only remaining undefeated team in any classification.

   *    In 5A..... St. Paul's (13-2) defeated Mortimer Jordan to defend their title from last year. It is the third championship for the Saints.

   *    In 4A..... Leeds (13-2) left no doubt about the best team in 4A. They could likely compete with almost any team in any classification. During the playoffs, the Green Wave outscored their opponents 241-34 winning five games. Only Madison Academy (255 points in 2014) and Hazlewood (247 points in 1989) have scored more points during a playoff run. Leeds also is a repeat champion. This is their fourth title in the past eight years.

   *    In 3A..... Piedmont (14-1) saved the north from total embarrassment by defeating Bayside Academy. The Bulldogs also won a championship in 2009.

   *    In 2A..... Elba (14-1) got a bit of revenge against Fyffe for a loss last season in the Super Seven down in Auburn. It is the fourth championship for the Tigers as other came in 1989, 1992 and 2011.

   *    In 1A..... Maplesville (13-1) was the fourth repeat champion. It is the third title for the Red Devils. Coach Brent Hubbert get the advantage over his dad won won a championship at Maplesville back in 1996.

   *   The Mobile area teams brought home three blue maps for the first time in history.

   *    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.

   *    Six of the champions were number one seed in the playoffs. The lone number two seed was St. Paul's.

   *   The Fyffe Red Devils have a string of 206 games in which they have scored dating to 10/22/1999.

   *  Clay-Chalkville, lost their hold on of the longest winning streak in the AHSAA at 29 games after falling to Spanish Fort. The Toros take over the top spot with a fifteen game winning streak.  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.
 
   *   The Clay-Chalkville Cougars have scored at least twenty points in 77 straight games. But the Cougars streak of scoring at least 30 points in a game comes to an end in Tuscaloosa at 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.

   *   The Super Seven records have been updated through this season. The team records and coaching records have also been updated.











         I would like to say thanks to all the great fans of high school football that help make this possible. There are many that assist us behind the scenes during the football season and throughout the year. I don't always get a chance to thank them but I honestly do appreciate their help.

         There are already big plans for next season. I have a list of ideas that will be implemented during the offseason that will hopefully make AHSFS.org even better. The football season is over for this year which means it is time to get to work. There are still a lot of things to research and a bunch of stuff to find. I already have a couple of projects to work on in my spare time.

         Again, thanks to everyone and to all the fans that visit the site and participate in out project. This belongs to everyone. So, anyone new to the site...... just jump in and join us in continuing the process.


Thanks  

David Parker
  AHSFHS.org
  dparker@ahsfhs.org



 
 



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