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2019 Season Scoring Averages




Playoffs Round One            (11/9/2019)

Mars Hill wants to run away with the scoring title for the 2019 football season with an average of 54.4 points a game.

Fyffe pitched another shutout in the first round and is allowing just 2.1 points per contest through eleven games.

Fyffe jumps to the top of the point differential list this week by defeating their opponents by an average of 41.5 points a game.



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2019 Scoring Average
Rank Team Games Points Avg.
1 Mars Hill 11 598 54.4
2 Autauga Academy 9 433 48.1
3 American Christian 11 522 47.5
4 Ohatchee 10 470 47.0
5 Highland Home 10 468 46.8
6 Isabella 11 511 46.5
7 Millry 11 511 46.5
8 Brantley 11 507 46.1
9 Walter Wellborn 11 506 46.0
10 Pike Road 11 505 45.9
11 South Lamar 11 494 44.9
12 Geneva County 10 447 44.7
13 Daleville 11 490 44.5
14 Thompson 10 442 44.2
15 Southern Academy 9 397 44.1
16 Muscle Shoals 11 485 44.1


2019 Defense Average
Rank Team Games Allowed Avg.
1 Fyffe 11 23 2.1
2 Crenshaw Christian 10 48 4.8
3 Lanett 10 68 6.8
4 UMS-Wright 10 69 6.9
5 Gordo 11 81 7.4
6 Pike Road 11 88 8.0
7 McGill-Toolen 11 94 8.5
8 American Christian 11 95 8.6
9 Donoho 10 87 8.7
10 Faith Academy 11 100 9.1
11 South Lamar 11 102 9.3
12 Ohatchee 10 94 9.4
13 Pike County 11 106 9.6


2019 Scoring Differential
Rank Team Games Difference Avg.
1 Fyffe 11 456 41.5
2 Mars Hill 11 439 39.9
3 American Christian 11 427 38.8
4 Crenshaw Christian 10 387 38.7
5 Pike Road 11 417 37.9
6 Ohatchee 10 376 37.6
7 South Lamar 11 392 35.6
8 Isabella 11 379 34.5
9 Muscle Shoals 11 373 33.9
10 Collinsville 11 366 33.3
11 Jasper 11 365 33.2
12 Highland Home 10 324 32.4
13 Millry 11 356 32.4
14 Maplesville 10 307 30.7
15 Walter Wellborn 11 333 30.3





Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

From 1947 until his retirement in 1992 Glenn Daniel's teams won 302 games at Pine Hill and Luverne. He was the winningest coach in state history until 2010.