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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

Since 1966 the Colbert County Indians have made the state playoffs a record 37 times.