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2017 Top Ten



     How the Top Ten Fared This Week
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Class 1A
1       Maplesville (9-0) defeated American Christian  28-0
2       Georgiana (10-0) Did Not Play
3       Sweet Water (8-1) defeated New Brockton  35-7
4       Pickens County (8-2) lost to  #2 Gordo  12-44
5       Wadley (9-0) defeated Horseshoe Bend  62-6
6       Lynn (10-0) Did Not Play
7       Brantley (7-3) lost to  #3 Goshen  7-28
8       Isabella (9-1) defeated Thorsby  34-6
9       Addison (8-2) defeated Winston County  41-21
10       Houston County (8-2) Did Not Play
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Class 2A
1       Fyffe (10-0) defeated Cleburne County  49-7
2       Lanett (10-0) Did Not Play
3       Goshen (9-1) defeated  #7 Brantley  28-7
4       St. Lukes (8-1) defeated Cottage Hill Christian  62-35
5       Sulligent (9-1) defeated South Lamar  45-21
6       LaFayette (8-2) defeated Notasulga  35-24
7       Leroy (8-2) defeated Millry  34-7
8       Elba (8-2) defeated Opp  30-18
9       Luverne (8-2) defeated Flomaton  22-20
10       Ariton (9-1) defeated Red Level  36-0
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Class 3A
1       Piedmont (9-1) defeated Oneonta  40-19
2       Gordo (9-1) defeated  #4 Pickens County  44-12
3       Randolph County (9-1) defeated Ranburne  35-0
4       Fultondale (10-0) defeated Montevallo  28-6
5       Hillcrest Evergreen (9-1) defeated Aliceville  34-30
6       Plainview (9-1) defeated Moody  25-24
7       Ohatchee (8-2) defeated Pisgah  37-0
8       Mobile Christian (7-3) lost to Williamson  7-12
9       Clarke County (8-2) defeated  #9 Thomasville  30-15
10       Wicksburg (9-1) defeated Ashford  42-0
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Class 4A
1       Andalusia (9-1) defeated Straughn  34-7
2       Rogers (10-0) defeated Hamilton  27-14
3       UMS-Wright (8-2) lost to  #7 St. Pauls  0-9
4       Fayette County (8-2) lost to Mortimer Jordan  8-30
5       Saks (10-0) defeated Weaver  51-12
6       Tallassee (9-1) Did Not Play
7       Wilson (9-1) defeated Randolph  17-6
8       Munford (9-1) defeated Cordova  43-20
9       Thomasville (7-3) lost to  #9 Clarke County  15-30
10       Hokes Bluff (8-2) defeated Westbrook Christian  43-17
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Class 5A
1       Briarwood (10-0) defeated Madison Academy  27-3
2       Carroll (10-0) defeated Bayside Academy  20-17
3       Beauregard (8-1) defeated  #8 Benjamin Russell  27-7
4       Wenonah (8-1) Did Not Play
5       Etowah (9-1) Did Not Play
6       Mae Jemison (9-1) Did Not Play
7       St. Pauls (9-1) defeated  #3 UMS-Wright  9-0
8       Demopolis (8-2) lost to  #6 Auburn  0-20
9       Guntersville (9-1) defeated Albertville  7-0
10       Vigor (7-3) defeated Murphy  28-21
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Class 6A
1       Austin (10-0) defeated James Clemens  28-14
2       Oxford (10-0) defeated Sumter Central  47-6
3       Pinson Valley (10-0) defeated Pleasant Grove  34-0
4       Spanish Fort (9-1) defeated LeFlore  56-20
5       Homewood (9-1) lost to Paul Bryant  7-13
6       Park Crossing (9-1) Did Not Play
7       Wetumpka (9-1) Did Not Play
8       Benjamin Russell (7-3) lost to  #3 Beauregard  7-27
9       Opelika (7-3) Did Not Play
10       Clay-Chalkville (8-2) Did Not Play
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Class 7A
1       Central Phenix City (9-0) Did Not Play
2       Thompson (10-0) defeated Hillcrest Tuscaloosa  33-27
3       Hewitt-Trussville (10-0) defeated Florence  45-35
4       McGill-Toolen (10-0) defeated  #7 Fairhope  31-14
5       Hoover (7-3) lost to IMG Academy FL  21-32
6       Auburn (9-1) defeated  #8 Demopolis  20-0
7       Fairhope (8-2) lost to  #4 McGill-Toolen  14-31
8       Mountain Brook (7-3) lost to Ramsay  7-28
9       Bob Jones (7-3) Did Not Play
10       Sparkman (7-3) lost to Decatur  20-38
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