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Friday Night Blitz - September 28, 2012

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Auburn commitment and Auburn High linebacker Reuben Foster. Auburn commitment and Auburn High linebacker Reuben Foster.
Raita ran into this Fultondale fanatic during the Chopper Blitz.  That is liquid latex, folks. Raita ran into this Fultondale fanatic during the Chopper Blitz. That is liquid latex, folks.
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Friday Night Blitz Scoreboard - September 28, 2012

Addison 18, Appalachian 0

Akron 53, Marengo 12

Andalusia 22, Opp 14

Arab 14, Guntersville 0

Ashford 20, Rehobeth 13

Auburn 49, Gadsden City 24

Austin 34, Athens 0

Baker 35, Robertsdale 7

Benjamin Russell 49, Talladega 0

Berry 50, Lamar Co. 42

Bessemer City 20, Woodlawn 6

Beulah 17, Ranburne 14

Billingsley 34, Holt 28

Boaz 12, Albertville 7

Bob Jones 27, Huntsville 11

Brantley 53, Highland Home 12

Brilliant 53, Vina 14

Brookwood 52, Oak Grove 47

Calhoun 44, Georgiana 22

Carver-Montgomery 51, Tri-Cities (Ga.) 14

Cedar Bluff 62, Woodville 0

Central Coosa 39, South Lamar 10

Central Phenix City 33, East Coweta (Ga) 31

Chelsea 44, Tarrant 20

Chilton Co. 28, Marbury 0

Central Clay Co. 42, Munford 14

Clay Chalkville 31, Pinson Valley 28

Cleburne Co. 35, St. Clair Co. 14

Cleveland 35, West End-Walnut Grove 6

Collinsville 38, Donoho 19

Columbia 32, Butler 27

Corner 28, Hayden 22

Cottonwood 32, McKenzie 0

Crossville 26, DAR 25

Cullman 42, Madison Academy 21

Dadeville 42, Tallassee 34

Davidson 10, Williamson 7

Decatur 21, Hartselle 14

Demopolis 27, Thomasville 26

Dothan 28, Carroll-Ozark 14

Douglas 36, Brindlee Mountain 9

East Lawrence 28, West Morgan 7

East Limestone 41, James Clemens 14

Enterprise 35, Eufaula 34, OT

Etowah 37, Lincoln 23

Fairview 28, Holly Pond 7

Faith Academy 35, Escambia Co. 32

Falkville 34, Sumtion Christian 13

Fayette Co. 41, Sulligent 13

Flomaton 35, Pleasant Home 26

Fort Payne 28, Lovett (Ga.) 14

Fultondale 38, American Christian Academy 16

Fyffe 27, Wellborn 19

Gardendale 31, Briarwood 30

Gaylesville 40, Coosa Christian 13

Geneva 27, Goshen 17

Greensboro 12, Hale Co. 0

Hackleburg 34, Colbert Heights 32

Hamilton 21, Gordo 14 FNB Band of the Week

Hanceville 14, West Point 10 FNB Player of the Week Sheldon Lewis

Handley 34, Anniston 14

Hazel Green 14, Madison Co. 12

Headland 21, Houston Co. 0

Hewitt-Trussville 21, Minor 10

Hillcrest 39, Paul Bryant 6

Hokes Bluff 27, Glencoe 24, OT

Holy Spirit 39, Southeastern 0

Homewood 50, Wetumpka 7

Hoover 35, Vestavia Hills 15 FNB Game of the Week

Hope Christian 54, EFCA 0

Hubbertville 27, Shoals Christian 26

Hueytown 35, Pleasant Grove 22

Ider 14, Cherokee Co. 13

Isabella 26, Verbena 6

Jacksonville 34, Weaver 13

Jemison 56, Holtville 6

Lauderdale Co. 45, Central-Florence 8

Lawrence Co. 7, Hatton 0

Leroy 20, Satsuma 17

Locust Fork 48, J.B. Pennington 24

Lynn 21, Cold Springs 0

McAdory 22, Center Point 6

McGill-Toolen 38, Daphne 21

Macon-East 28, Bessemer Academy

Marengo Academy 42, Meadowview 26

Marion Co. 64, Meek 0

Mary-Montgomery 29, Saraland 24

Midfield 21, Fairfield 19 FNB Blitz Cheer

Millry 26, McIntosh 8

Mobile Christian 54, Cottage Hill 3

Montgomery Academy 47, Central-Hayneville 26

Monroe Academy 41, Hooper Academy 6

Moody 24, Asvhille 18

Mortimer Jordan 28, John Carroll 25

Mountain Brook 28, Buckhorn 7

Muscle Shoals 38, Dora 6

New Hope 48, Good Hope 19

Northside-Columbus (Ga.) 14, Russell Co. 13

Northview 34, Walton (Fla.) 16

Oak Mountain 23, Pell City 21

Oakman 28, Northside 21 FNB Play of the Week

Oneonta 42, Susan Moore 0

Oxford 35, Florence 7

Parker 34, Jackson-Olin 14

Parrish 6, Cordova 0

Pelham 34, Northridge 27

Phillips-Bear Creek 58, Phil Campbell 44

Pickens Co. 35, Aliceville 14

Plainview 14, Sand Rock 7

Restoration Academy 24, Abbeville 14

Russellville 16, Walker 0

R.C. Hatch 40, Sunshine 0

Reeltown 42, Loachapoka 15

St. Paul's 42, Choctaw Co. 8

Samson 34, Red Level 14

Saks 12, Alexandria 7

Sardis 36, Geraldine 21

Smiths Station 35, Beauregard 20

Southside-Gadsden 41, Springville 7

Spain Park 42, Lee-Montgomery 16

Spanish Fort 31, Fairhope 21

Spring Garden 42, Jacksonville Christian 21

Straughn 29, Elba 26

Sumter Central 50, Greene Co. 0

Sweet Water 17, Maplesville 14

Sylacauga 24, Childersburg 8 FNB Mic'd up with Matt Griffith

Sylvania 35, North Sand Mountain 13

TR Miller 19, Clarke Co. 7

Tabernacle Christian 78, Wiregrass Dothan 0

Tanner 48, Hubbard 0

Thompson 48, Shades Valley 17 FNB Blitz Brigade

Trinity 31, St. James 28

Tusacaloosa Academy 40, Sumter Academy 8

Tuscaloosa Christian 47, New Life Christian 16

Tuscaloosa Co. 42, Central-Tuscaloosa 20

UMS-Wright 23, Bayside Academy 19

Valley Head 47, Waterloo 13

Victory Christian (Miss.) 61, Flint Hill 0

Vigor 21, Blount 13

Vincent 46, Talladega Co. Central 14

Vinemont 21, Brewer 0

W.S. Neal 38, Hillcrest-Evergreen 17

Wadley 22, Gaston 6

Wenonah 20, Huffman 6

West Blocton 38, Montevallo 18

Westminister Christian Academy 42, Randolph School 14

White Plains 21, Pleasant Valley 14

Wilson 20, Red Bay 7

Winfield 26, Haleyville 14

Winston Co. 40, Carbon Hill 16

Zion Chapel 28, Kinston 14

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday Scores - September 27, 2012

A.L. Johnson 14, Ellwood Christian 13

Calera 49, Shelby Co. 0

Linden 47, Wilcox Central 8 Called with 1:21 left in 3rd quarter after fight - Click for story

Piedmont 7, Leeds 0

Ramsay 42, Carver-Birmingham 40

 

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