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   THIS WEEK IN ALABAMA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
AHSFHS.org Report
(Nov. 26, 2016)

Week 15 - Semi-finals Playoffs


The Super Seven is HERE! Here are a few tidbits from this week's action.

   *   There are some new faces at the Super Seven. While Hoover, Piedmont, Maplesville, Fyffe and Madison Academy are regulars in championship games, there are six teams that have never won a state championship in the AHSAA. Beauregard, Wenonah, Ramsay, Opelika and Mobile Christian will be in search of their first playoff state championship.

   *  The Class 5A game will be assured of a first time champion when Wenonah squares off against Beauregard.

   *  Mobile Christian won championships in the AISA and the Christian School leagues in the 1970s & 1980s under head coach Glenn Vickery. If they were able to pull off an upset over Piedmont, the Leopards would become the first team to win a state championship in all three divisions.

   *  The Hoover Bucs are appearing in their 18th state championship game. all the other thirteen teams combined have played in a total of 21 title games. The Bucs have won ten championships and the other teams have combined for thirteen.

   *  Piedmont defeated region foe Ohatchee 53-26 in the semi-finals of the state playoffs. They extend their state leading winning streak to 24 straight.

   *   Beauregard owns a string of 24 consecutive home wins.

   *   Maplesville has won 18 consecutive games on their opponent's home turf after defeating Linden 36-14 on Friday night. They are the road warriors.

   *   Fyffe, who defeated Lanett and 33-20, extended their streak of consecutive games scoring. They are currently sitting on a string of 225 games without being shutout.

   *   Linden, although not reaching the finals, set a state record by scoring 764 points this season. The record was held by Demopolis when they racked up 761 in 2004.



Team approaching the 500 win club
  499  -  Reeltown  (499-279-12)
  498  -  Valley  (498-359-22)
  496  -  Baldwin County  (496-428-30)
  495  -  Fairhope  (495-348-24)
  495  -  Tarrant  (495-445-40)

Coaches approaching the 100 win club
  99  -  Jimmy Perry (St. James)  (99-53)
  99  -  Rodney Stidham (Hamilton)  (99-50)
  99  -  Doug Vickery Jr. (Flomaton)  (99-86)
  99  -  Jeff Kelly (Saraland)  (99-54)
  99  -  Michael D. Jackson (Red Bay)  (99-67)
  97  -  Jeff Pugh (East Limestone)  (97-87)
  96  -  Royce Young (Escambia County)  (96-182)
  96  -  Jay Brown (Moody)  (96-95)




Teams with current school record winning streaks

 * Piedmont has won a team record 24 consecutive games since 10/2/2015.
 * Maplesville has won a team record 22 consecutive games since 10/2/2015.
 * Mars Hill has won a team record 3 consecutive games since 10/7/2016.


Teams with current school record losing streaks

 * Barbour County has lost a team record 32 consecutive games since 10/25/2013.
 * Brilliant has lost a team record 26 consecutive games since 9/19/2014.
 * Center Point has lost a team record 17 consecutive games since 9/18/2015.
 * Ellwood Christian has lost a team record 17 consecutive games since 9/17/2015.
 * White Plains has lost a team record 15 consecutive games since 10/2/2015.
 * Columbia has lost a team record 12 consecutive games since 10/23/2015.
 * Asbury has lost a team record 10 consecutive games since 8/25/2016.
 * Chickasaw has lost a team record 6 consecutive games since 9/23/2016.


Teams that set a record for most wins in a season

 * Beauregard set a team record with a 12-1 record. That tops the previous mark of 11-1-0 in 2015.

 * Linden set a team record with a 13-1 record. That ties the previous mark of 13-2-0 in 2011.

 * McGill-Toolen set a team record with a 13-0 record. That ties the previous mark of 13-1-0 in 2015.

 * Mobile Christian set a team record with a 13-1 record. That ties the previous mark of 13-0-0 in 1995.

 * Opelika set a team record with a 13-1 record. That tops the previous mark of 12-1-0 in 2015.

 * Park Crossing set a team record with a 13-1 record. That tops the previous mark of 8-3-0 in 2015.

 * Piedmont set a team record with a 14-0 record. That ties the previous mark of 14-1-0 in 2015.

 * Ramsay set a team record with a 12-2 record. That tops the previous mark of 10-2-0 in 2014.

 * Wenonah set a team record with a 11-2 record. That ties the previous mark of 11-1-0 in 1995.



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

 * Albertville set a team record by scoring 356 points. That tops the previous mark of 342 points set in 1929.

 * Aliceville set a team record by scoring 620 points. That tops the previous mark of 590 points set in 2000.

 * Andalusia set a team record by scoring 487 points. That tops the previous mark of 481 points set in 1975.

 * Beauregard set a team record by scoring 633 points. That tops the previous mark of 571 points set in 2015.

 * Gordo set a team record by scoring 584 points. That tops the previous mark of 558 points set in 2010.

 * Lanett set a team record by scoring 630 points. That tops the previous mark of 475 points set in 2013.

 * Linden set a team record by scoring 764 points. That tops the previous mark of 656 points set in 2010.

 * Ohatchee set a team record by scoring 589 points. That tops the previous mark of 451 points set in 2001.

 * Park Crossing set a team record by scoring 560 points. That tops the previous mark of 376 points set in 2015.

 * Piedmont set a team record by scoring 600 points. That tops the previous mark of 572 points set in 2015.

 * Ramsay set a team record by scoring 474 points. That tops the previous mark of 357 points set in 2014.15.

 * Wenonah set a team record by scoring 437 points. That tops the previous mark of 369 points set in 2012.







Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

Clay County shutout an amazing eleven opponents in 1996. The Panthers outscored their opponents 613-42 finishing the season 15-0.