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2017 Class AISA Coaching Changes 

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Coosa Valley Academy - Steve McCord

Steve McCord leaves Coosa Valley Academy after two seasons with a 2-18 record. His overall record in twenty-five seasons as a head coach is a combined 164-148 but McCord found the going tougher at Coosa Valley.

2017 Season - Vacant

Autauga Academy - Kyle Glover

Kyle Glover stepped down as the head football coach at Autauga Academy after one year and a perfect 13-0 record including a state championship.

2017 Season - Bobby Carr

After serving as offensive coordinator at the school for one year, Bobby Carr will assume the head coaching duties this season. He built Edgewood Academy into one of the best football and baseball programs in AISA history.

His teams there won numerous state titles including the last five football championships. Carrs overall football coaching record stands at an amazing 162.25 in 15 seasons at Edgewood.

Marengo Academy - Webb Tutt

Tutt leaves Marengo Academy with a record of 43-16 in two Head Coaching stints at the school, 1993-1995, and 2015-2016, where his Dad, David Barr Tutt helped start the school and was the first football coach back in 1970.

2017 Season - Woodie Beck

Woodie Beck has been named the new Head Football Coach at Marengo Academy, Coach Beck will replace the retiring Webb Tutt, who is hanging up his cleats, Coach Beck was the Defensive Cordinator this past season on the state championship team.

Good Luck to Coach Beck, his only other Head Coaching job was at South Choctaw Academy in 2012 where he went 4-8 in only one season as a head football coach.

Northside Methodist Academy - Dustin Harrison
2017 Season - George Kennedy

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Foley outscored their opponents 433-6 in 1961. The Lions were named state champions by the Alabama Sports Writers Association that season.