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Alabama High School Football Head Coaches

Neal Markham

Markham attended New Mexico State and graduated from North Alabama before embarking on his coaching career. He served as head basketball coach at Autaugaville and Prattville during his early days as a head coach.

In 1975 he took over the football program at Geneva County for two seasons and a 8-12 record.

He moved to Marbury in 1978 for four seasons and a 24-17 record at the school.

In 1983 he returned to Autaugaville and went 72-37 over the next nine seasons as the head football coach.

Known Record:  103-67-0   60.6%

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 Team   Season   Class   W/L/T   PF  PA   W/L/T   PF  PA   Region   Title  W/L/T   PF  PA 
Autaugaville1991 1A9-53142093-19244R61-12814
Autaugaville1990 1A12-2338924-110025R6#2-03615
Autaugaville1989 1A11-23291323-17743R7#3-08334
Autaugaville1988 1A7-42611410-1718R71-25782
Autaugaville1987 1A2-871222R90-31395
Autaugaville1986 1A3-7108223R91-26393
Autaugaville1985 2A14-1491814-111430R6#3-0980
Autaugaville1984 2A9-32571141-13234R6#3-08725
Autaugaville1983 2A5-5148136R52-16422
 9 Years72-372317135015-642219416-9529380
Marbury1981 1A5-5169141R73-18337
Marbury1980 1A4-6199151R72-210250
Marbury1979 1A8-33241560-1035R7#5-019743
Marbury1978 1A7-315789R73-17232
 4 Years24-178495370-103513-4454162
Geneva County
Geneva County1976 2A4-6134147R42-476123
Geneva County1975 2A3-7118192R42-36983
 2 Years7-132523390-0004-7145206
 15 Years103-673418222615-742222933-201128748

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Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

Demopolis scored a record 761 points during the 2004 season. The Tigers finished the season 15-0.