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2022 Season Tidbits & Records


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   THIS SEASON IN ALABAMA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
AHSFHS.org Report
(Dec 3, 2022)

Season Wrap-up


The 2022 AHSAA Super Seven are history. Here are a few tidbits from the 2022 football season.

   *  The final AFHSHS.org Power Ratings and the scoring averages for every team will be available by Sunday. If you missed any of the football action we will give you a weekly rundown of everything.

   *    My thoughts on the 2022 Super Seven. It was great to be able to watch the games on TV as I was unable to attend this year. But could we make it available for streaming next year? There were a bunch of star players whose names will be known across the state for years to come. The crazy thing is how many of them will return next year. An 8th grade QB may just top that list.

Super Seven Records

   *    In the 7A championship game Thompson jumped out to a first half lead and held on to claim their fourth title in a row by defeating Auburn 49-24.
    Records set in 7A....
      The Warriors set a record for most 7A championships with four.
      Thompson tied the record for fewest first downs allowed with 12.
      Korbyn Williams from Thompson set a record by scoring five TDs and also for the most TD receptions.
      John McGuire set the 7A record by kicking six PATs for Thompson.
      Towns McGough of Auburn set the record for longest field goal by making a 47 yarder.
      Arlington Green from Thompson tied the record by scoring two rushing touchdowns.
      Arlington Green also set the record for the longest touchdown run  of 80 yards.
      D. Williams of Auburn tied the rushing record with two touchdowns also.
      Trent Seaborn set a record by completing 12-of14 passes and also for tossing five touchdown passes.

   *    In 6A the Saraland Spartans claimed their first ever stat championship with a 38-17 win over Mountain  Brook to wrap-up the games.
    Records set in 6A....
      Saraland rushed for 358 yards for a Super 7 record.
      Ryan Williams of Saraland set a record by scoring five touchdowns.
      Ryan Williams also tied the record with three rushing TDs.
      C. Sanderson of Mountain Brook set a record for most receptions with ten.

   *    In 5A the Ramsay Rams ran over Charles Henderson 41-20 to win their second championship.
    Records set in 5A....
      Ashton Ashford from Ramsay set a record by scoring five touchdowns in the game.
      Nikolas Peerson tied the record for most field goals in a game with two for Charles Henderson.
      Ashton Ashford also tied the record for most rushing TDs with five.
      Jywon Boyd from Charles Henderson tied the record for most TD receptions with two.

   *    In 4A Andalusia wins their first title since 1977 with a convincing 28-7 victory over Cherokee County.
    Records set in 4A....
      None     

   *    In 3A St. James wins a championship for the first time ever behind a cast of young players by knocking off Piedmont 45-28.
    Records set in 3A.... St. James won their first ever title by defeating perennial power Piedmont
      KJ Jackson QB for St. James set a 3A record for passing yards in a game by throwing for 351 yards.
      KJ Jackson also set the record for most passing TDs with five.
      Ethan Beard of St. James set the record for most yards receiving in a game with 194 yards.
      Ethan Beard also caught two TD passes to tie the record with Clint Houser also of St. James.
      Ethan Beard set the record for longest TD reception by grabbing one for 93 yards.
      
   *    In 2A the Red Devils of Fyffe just did what Fyffe does most seasons by beating B.B. Comer  40-28.
    Records set in 2A....
      Fyffe set a record for time of possession by hanging onto the ball for 34:51.
      Brodie Hicks of Fyffe set a record by scoring five touchdowns in the game.
      James Carmichael and Devin Harvey scored on 2-point conversions to tie the record.
      Brodie Hicks set a records for most yards rushing and rushing attempts by gaining 235 yards on 45 carries.
      Brodie Hicks also set the record for most rushing TDs with five.

   *    In 1A the Leroy Black Bears defeated Pickens County 42-20.
    Records set in 1A....
      Pickens County set a record by throwing three interceptions in the game
      Pickens County also set the record for most penalty yards by amassing 131 yards in the game.
      Brayden Huebner of Leroy set a record by scoring five touchdowns in the game.
      Brayden Huebner also set the record for most rushing TDs with five and longest TD run of 81 yards.
      Kemaurin Plott of Pickens County tied the 1A record with two touchdown receptions.         

           Find all the Super Seven Records here.

Season Records

   *   A look back at some of the season records set by teams throughout the season.
          Thompson won their fourth consecutive title and that is tied with Hoover for second place behind Hazlewood with 5.
          Hoover tops our list with 106 playoff victories.
          Colbert County still tops the list with 45 playoff appearances.
          Luverne has made the post season a record 38 consecutive seasons.
          Fyffe also tops the list for most undefeated regular seasons with 16.
          Hoover, Maplesville and T.R. Miller all have the most ten wins seasons with 28.
          Fyffe set a new record with their 11th consecutive 10 win season.
          Fayette County extended their the lead with 85 overall winning seasons. The most of any school.
          Columbia set the record this year with 71 straight losses.
          Brantley had won the most region championships with 32.
          Fyffe has scored in 306 consecutive games good for third place all-time.
          Central Florence defeated Westminster Chr. 70-69 in the second highest scoring game in history.
          Catholic Montgomery set a record by scoring 50 or more points in eight straight games this season.     

           Find all the Team Season Records here.
         
Coaching Records
          Mark Freeman won the tenth championship at Thompson this year tying him with Booby Carr for the most ever.
          Terry Curtis surpassed Buddy Anderson as the all-time winningest coach in state history with 348 wins.
          Paul Benefield and won the 20th region title which places him only one behind Spence McCracken.
          Terry Curtis has won more region games than any coach with 171. Coach Benefield is not far behind with 166 
          Danny Horn and Terry Curtis tie Buddy Anderson with 31 playoff appearances.
          Coach Curtis has also won more playoff games than any other coach ever with 81.     

           Find all the Coaching Records here.
  
Other Notes on the 2022 Season
         
   *   Only one team made it through the 2022 football season undefeated in the AHSAA. 2A - Fyffe (15-0). More on Fyffe..... Over the past seven seasons the Red Devils are 97-3. They are 125-5 in the past nine years with five state championships. Over the last ten seasons they have won 137 games the most by any team in any ten year period. They also have the longest current winning streak at 15 games. I could write a book with all the accomplishments but who would read it.

   *  If I had a vote for Mr. Football this year it would have to go to Jack Hayes of Piedmont. Maybe not for the 2022 season alone but at least a lifetime achievement award maybe.

   *   Quinn Hambrite has to be considered for statewide coach of the year for turning around the fortunes of Charles Henderson from 2-8 to a Super Seven appearance in 4A.
     
   *   Thanks to all the fans who purchased a team book this season. I hope you enjoy looking through them.

   *  Congratulations to all the teams that won championships in 2022. It is something you will always remember. Never take it for granted.



Team approaching the 600 win club
  598  -  Central Phenix City (598-369-33)
  595  -  Anniston (595-400-27)
  590  -  Prattville (590-409-27)

Team approaching the 500 win club
  496  -  Southern Choctaw  (496-370-24)
  495  -  Randolph County (495-408-25)
  495  -  Greensboro  (495-432-37)
  493  -  Minor (493-479-22)
  492  -  Hale County (492-435-24)
  491  -  Hackleburg (491-437-29)

Coaches approaching the 100 win club
  98  -  Patrick Plott (Carroll)  (98-47)
  97  -  Patrick Nix (Central Phenix City)  (97-31)
  94  -  Adam Fossett (B.B. Comer)  (94-76)
  90  -  Barry Peoples (Hamilton)  (90-81)
  90  -  David Smothers (Addison)  (90-37)
  90  -  Jeremy Perkins (Austin)  (90-57)








Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

Spence McCracken won a record 21 Area/Region Championships at Montgomery Academy, Lee Montgomery and Opelika during his coaching career.