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2017 Season


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   THIS WEEK IN ALABAMA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
AHSFHS.org Report
(Dec. 2, 2018)

Semi-Final Playoffs


The 2018 Super Seven begins on Wednesday. Here are a few tidbits from this week's action.

   *   UMS-Wright has the longest winning streak in the AHSAA having posted 18 consecutive victories following a 24-3 win over Andalusia.

   *   The Volunteers of Monroe Academy have a string of 40 consecutive home wins. Fyffe leads the AHSAA schools with a 31 game home winning streak after defeating Aliceville 49-8.

   *   Hokes Bluff and Randolph County have both won 12 consecutive road games. Chambers Academy leads the AISA schools with a 22 game road winning streak.

   *   Maplesville had scored twenty or more points in 63 consecutive games before falling to Lanett by a score of 16-8.

   *   The Fyffe Blue Devils continue to score each and every game. They extend their streak of consecutive games scoring to 248 games.

   *   Central Clay County, Flomaton and Mars Hill won semi-final playoff games for the first time in their school's history.

   *   The above teams along with Linden and Saraland have never won a playoff state championship. Thompson last won in 1982, Central Phenix City (1993), Luverne (1997), Deshler (1999), Vigor (2008), Piedmont (2016) and Fyffe (2016). UMS-Wright and Pinson Valley are seeking to repeat as state champions.

   *   Piedmont is 3-0 in the state championship games. UMS-Wright is 7-1.



Team approaching the 600 win club
  599  -  Guntersville  (599-402-21)
  595  -  Sidney Lanier  (595-409-39)
  595  -  Jasper  (595-376-33)

Team approaching the 500 win club
  493  -  Haleyville  (493-396-23)
  492  -  Hoover  (492-172-7)
  491  -  McGill-Toolen  (491-421-29)
  490  -  Hueytown  (490-431-32)

Coaches approaching the 100 win club
  99  -  Matt Griffith (Sylacauga)  (99-92)
  98  -  Ben Blackmon (Spanish Fort)  (98-41)
  97  -  David McKinney (Winfield)  (97-43)
  96  -  Don Jacobs (Scottsboro)  (96-49)
  95  -  Ryan Herring (Oxford)  (95-52)






Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

The Hazlewood Golden Bears have won 11 state titles. The most of any team in any classification since the playoffs began in 1966.