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2019 Season Scoring Averages




Week 4            (9/14/2019)

Seven teams are still averaging over 50 points per game after four weeks of play. Mars Hill, the defending state champs, lead the way with an average of 59.7 after 3 games.

South Lamar has yet to allow an opponent to cross their goal line after three games. Fyffe has only allowed a single field goal.

How about the Isabella Mustangs? They lead all schools by defeating their three opponents by an average of 51.3 points.



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2019 Scoring Average
Rank Team Games Points Avg.
1 Mars Hill 3 179 59.7
2 Brantley 3 169 56.3
3 Isabella 3 161 53.7
4 Pike Road 4 213 53.3
5 Brooks 4 205 51.3
6 Ohatchee 3 152 50.7
7 Ranburne 3 152 50.7
8 South Lamar 3 149 49.7
9 Westbrook Christian 4 195 48.8
10 Sparkman 3 144 48.0
11 Clements 3 142 47.3
12 Highland Home 3 141 47.0
13 Cottage Hill Christian 3 140 46.7
14 Pickens County 3 140 46.7
15 Montevallo 4 186 46.5
16 Muscle Shoals 4 185 46.3
17 Vestavia Hills 3 139 46.3
18 Walter Wellborn 4 184 46.0
19 Thompson 4 181 45.3
20 Etowah 4 181 45.3
21 Autauga Academy 2 90 45.0
22 Oxford 4 180 45.0
23 Luverne 3 134 44.7
24 J.U. Blacksher 4 177 44.3


2019 Defense Average
Rank Team Games Allowed Avg.
1 South Lamar 3 0 0.0
2 Fyffe 3 3 1.0
3 Isabella 3 7 2.3
4 Ranburne 3 7 2.3
5 Williamson 3 14 4.7
6 Escambia County 3 15 5.0
7 Edgewood Academy 4 23 5.8
8 Jasper 3 19 6.3
9 Maplesville 3 19 6.3
10 Paul Bryant 4 25 6.3
11 Crenshaw Christian 3 20 6.7
12 UMS-Wright 3 20 6.7
13 Pike County 3 20 6.7
14 Demopolis 4 27 6.8
15 Donoho 3 21 7.0
16 Anniston 3 21 7.0
17 Providence Christian 4 29 7.3
18 Red Bay 4 30 7.5
19 Pickens County 3 24 8.0
20 Wenonah 3 24 8.0
21 Pike Road 4 33 8.3
22 Catholic Montgomery 4 33 8.3
23 Cedar Bluff 3 25 8.3
24 McGill-Toolen 3 25 8.3
25 Oxford 4 34 8.5
26 Colbert County 4 35 8.8
27 Susan Moore 4 35 8.8
28 Aliceville 3 27 9.0
29 Muscle Shoals 4 36 9.0
30 Linden 4 36 9.0
31 Goshen 3 28 9.3
32 T.R. Miller 3 28 9.3
33 West Limestone 3 28 9.3
34 Jackson Academy 3 29 9.7
35 Theodore 4 39 9.8


2019 Scoring Differential
Rank Team Games Difference Avg.
1 Isabella 3 154 51.3
2 South Lamar 3 149 49.7
3 Ranburne 3 145 48.3
4 Pike Road 4 180 45.0
5 Brantley 3 122 40.7
6 Ohatchee 3 121 40.3
7 Mars Hill 3 117 39.0
8 Pickens County 3 116 38.7
9 Muscle Shoals 4 149 37.3
10 Jasper 3 110 36.7
11 Oxford 4 146 36.5
12 Vestavia Hills 3 109 36.3
13 Colbert County 4 139 34.8
14 Maplesville 3 103 34.3
15 Luverne 3 100 33.3
16 American Christian 3 99 33.0
17 Fyffe 3 98 32.7
18 Sparkman 3 97 32.3
19 Clements 3 95 31.7
20 Westbrook Christian 4 126 31.5
21 Etowah 4 125 31.3
22 Providence Christian 4 124 31.0
23 Walter Wellborn 4 123 30.8
24 Edgewood Academy 4 123 30.8
25 Crenshaw Christian 3 92 30.7
26 Saraland 4 122 30.5
27 Escambia County 3 91 30.3





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