We now have 833 teams &  
183,794 games on

Search Site

AHSFHS Article Series

   The best of the best in Alabama High   
  School Football over the past 100 seasons.

Alabama High School Football Head Coaches

Scott Blackmon

Scott Blackmon was a standout quarterback on the football field for Eufaula High School. He was named to the 1966 3A All-State team as a second teamer by the Birmingham News. Blackmon, a 1967 graduate of Eufaula, was an All-State guard in basketball and played baseball.

In football, he passed for 1,011 yards and 12 touchdowns as a quarterback and intercepted 15 passes, including four in one game, during his senior year.

In basketball, he averaged 20 points a game and was part of the Eufaulas state runner-up finish in 1965. He was a starting pitcher in baseball as a sophomore, the only year the school had the sport during his high school career.

Blackmon was a two-year football letterman as a safety at Auburn University under coach Ralph "Shug" Jordan in 1969-70.

After graduating from Auburn, Blackmon started his coaching career as the defensive coordinator at Bainbridge High School in Georgia. After one season, he returned to Alabama and became the head football coach for two years (1973-74) at Dora High School.

Blackmon has been the head football coach at Cleveland (1975-76), Valley Head (1977-79), Section (1980-87), Florala (1988-90), Shelby County (1991-93), Louisville (1994), Dallas County (1995-1999) and Frisco City (2000-03).

Blackmon served as the head football coach at Lakeside to start the 2011 season before resigning after the first four games with a record of 1-3.

Following his retirement in Alabama, Blackmon became defensive coordinator at Randolph-Clay in Georgia before accepting the head job at Stewart-Quitman, Georgia for three years (2005-07) with a 2-28 record.

Blackmon is a 1997 Wiregrass Hall of Fame inductee.

Alabama Record:  136-175-1   43.7%
Other States Record:  2-20-0   9.1%
Overall High School Record:  138-195-1   41.4%

Back to Coaches List

 Season Total   Playoffs   Region/Area Record 
 Team   Season   Class   W/L/T   PF  PA   W/L/T   PF  PA   Region   Title  W/L/T   PF  PA 
Frisco City
Frisco City2002 1A6-53191860-189R15-225496
Frisco City2001 1A7-43322020-11445R15-224693
Frisco City2000 1A5-63152470-1639R15-2241118
 3 Years18-159666350-3289315-6741307
Dallas County
Dallas County1999 5A2-8170317R70-34388
Dallas County1998 5A2-8186269R70-34198
Dallas County1997 4A6-53121450-11221R71-13928
Dallas County1996 4A7-43491620-1026R71-19032
Dallas County1995 4A6-52191340-103R62-16442
 5 Years23-30123610270-312504-9277288
Louisville1994 3A3-7151338R40-28103
 1 Year3-71513380-0000-28103
Shelby County
Shelby County1993 5A1-990302R81-24393
Shelby County1992 5A1-9107342R80-324127
Shelby County1991 5A3-782238R80-37102
 3 Years5-252798820-0001-874322
Florala1990 2A4-6129179R31-32362
Florala1989 2A9-22851080-12023R32-16556
Florala1988 2A5-61482060-1912R32-16074
 3 Years18-145624930-229355-5148192
Section1987 2A5-61882370-1620R16#3-15854
Section1986 2A6-41992000-1032R163-111281
Section1985 2A9-32991781-14232R16#3-012448
Section1984 2A4-6140186R161-23675
Section1983 2A7-4148131R153-27666
Section1982 2A6-4177174R153-271100
Section1981 2A2-886166R151-42479
Section1980 2A8-42692241-13049R15#4-110684
 8 Years47-39150614962-47813321-13607587
Valley Head
Valley Head1979 1A4-6185141R123-212356
Valley Head1978 1A5-5168203R124-111467
Valley Head1977 1A6-416388R123-28236
 3 Years15-155164320-00010-5319159
Cleveland1976 1A5-5139199R112-13126
Cleveland1975 1A1-9115268R11
 2 Years6-142544670-0002-13126
Dora1974 3A0-9-1161255
Dora1973 3A2-8189269
 2 Years2-17-13505240-0000-000
 30 Years137-176-1582062942-1214731158-4922051984

Other States
 Season   W/L/T   Playoffs    
Stewart-Quitman, Georgia
3 Years2-28-00-0 
Totals Alabama and Other States
33 Years139-204-10-0 

Records reflect scores in our database. Some records may be incomplete. We have chosen to publish this information in hopes our visitors will participate in assisting us to complete every school.
Join us in the forums to submit corrections and new information.

Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

The Prattville Lions won 56 consecutive regular season games between 2001 and 2007.