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Friday Night Blitz - October 12, 2012

Friday Night Blitz Gameday kicked off week 7 at Spain Park for the Jaguars game against Oak Mountain. Friday Night Blitz Gameday kicked off week 7 at Spain Park for the Jaguars game against Oak Mountain.

Friday Night Blitz - October 12, 2012

 

Addison 47, Sumiton Christian 7

Albertville 36, Lee-Huntsville 16

Alexandria 27, Cleburne Co. 21

Alma Bryant 28, Theodore 12

Andalusia 41, Wilcox Central 0

Anniston 48, Cherokee Co. 14

Appalachian 48, Southeastern 6

Ardmore 38, Pope John Paul II 14

Auburn 18, Central-Phenix City 17

Austin 50, James Clemons 14

Beauregard 41, St. James 7

Benjamin Russell 45, Rehobeth 10

Bessemer City 34, Jackson-Olin 6

Boaz 27, Southside 13

Bob Jones 15, Sparkman 0

Brantley 68, McKenzie 7

Calera 24, Bibb Co. 16

Cedar Bluff 53, Donoho 9

Central Coosa 20, Montevallo 14

Central-Florence 19, Wilson 13

Central Tuscaoosa 30, Paul Bryant 9

Charles Henderson 73, Headland 6

Childersburg 18, Elmore Co. 14

Chilton Co. 27, Briarwood 21 OT

Clay County 38, Handley 0

Clay Chalkville 21, Gadsden City 14 OT

Coosa Christian 13, SMCS 7

Coosa Valley Academy 38, Springwood 10

Cordova 26, Danville 14

Corner 24, Jemison 21

Crenshaw Academy 49, Evangel Academy 14

Cullman 38, Lawrence Co. 0

Daleville 14, Dale Co. 5

Davidson 35, Blount 7

Decatur 38, Buckhorn 7

Demopolis 42, Sumter Central High School 6

Deshler 54, Colbert Co. 28

Dora 48, Oak Grove 21

Edgewood Academy 63, East Memorial Academy 28

Elkmont 24, Clements 8

Enterprise 27, Dothan 24

Escambia Co. 36, Monroe Co. 18

Etowah 30, Arab 13

Fayette County 35, Holt 6

Florence 21, Hazel Green 14

Foley 34, Fairhope 27

Fort Dale Academy 41, Bessemer Academy 20

Fort Payne 57, Columbia 0

Fruitdale 27, J.U. Blacksher 20

Fyffe 40, Gaston 20

G.W. Long 41, Cottonwood 20

Gardendale 35, Shades Valley 15

Gaylesville 21, Woodville 6

Georgiana 41, Red Level 0

Geraldine 63, Holly Pond 7

Glencoe 14, Cleveland 9

Gordo 41, Northside 13

Goshen 42, Central-Hayneville 14

Greensboro 21, American Christian 20

Guntersville 42, Crossville 21

Hackleburg 28, Bear Creek-Phillips 16

Hamilton 51, Winfield 28

Hanceville 61, Winston Co. 14

Hartselle 45, West Point 0

Hatton 35, Colbert Heights 27

Haleyville 63, Priceville 37

Hamilton 51, Winfield 27

Highland Home 20, Calhoun 6

Holtville 28, Dallas Co. 24

Homewood 49, Sylacauga 10

Hoover 31, Hillcrest 14

Houston Academy 28, Samson 0

Hubbard 54, Vina 8

Hueytown 21, Northridge 7   

Huffman 29, Woodlawn 12

J.B. Pennington 27, Brindlee Mtn. 0

J.O. Johnson 62, Butler 0

Jackson 42, Saraland 14

Keith 32, Akron 25

Lafayette 48, Isabella 13

Lakeside School 34, Cornerstone Christian 13

Lanett 33, Randolph Co. 27

Lauderdale County 42, West Morgan 0

Leeds 41, Tarrant 0

LeFlore 34, Gulf Shores 31

Lexington 57, Phil Campbell 8

Lincoln 45, Jacksonville 35

Linden  58, Marengo 0

Loachapoka 38, Fayetteville 6

Luverne 26, Elba 21

Madison Academy 49, Westminister Academy 7

Madison Co. 54, DAR 0

Maplesville 41, Autuagaville 6

Marion Co. 56, South Lamar 7

McAdory 29, Parker 12

McGill-Toolen 35, Mary Montgomery 0

Mobile Christian 14, Millry 12

Monroe Academy 37, Morgan Academy 0

Moody 63, Springville 35

Mountain Brook 24, Hewitt-Trussville 0

Murphy 35, Baker 21

Muscle Shoals 42, East Limestone 7

North Jackson 55, Randolph 7

Notasulga 22, St. Jude 19

Oneonta 59, Fairview 21

Opelika 21, Smiths Station 3
    
Oxford 42, Grissom 14

Parrish 62, Brilliant 36

Pell City 35, Huntsville 28

Pickens Co. 45, Hubbertville 19

Piedmont 49, Susan Moore 7

Pike Co. 47, Catholic-Montgomery 34

Pinson Valley 66, Curry 32

Pleasant Grove 36, Fairfield 27

Prattville 31, Pelham 14

Providence Christian 35, Houston Co. 12

Ragland 41, Meek 6

Red Bay 41, Cherokee 15

Reeltown 34, Montgomery Academy 10

Restoration Academy def. Chambers Academy, forfeit

Rogers 21, West Limestone 19

Russellville 23, Athens 7

St. Luke's Episcopal 48, McIntosh 12

Saks 20, Weaver 13

Sardis 48, St. Clair Co. 40

Scottsboro 57, Brewer 20

Section 28, West End-Walnut Grove 6

Sipsey Valley 40, Greene Co. 16

Slocumb 19, Geneva 13

Southern Choctaw 26, Flomaton 21

Spain Park 34, Oak Mountain 13

Sparta 24, Marengo Academy 16

Stanhope Elmore 46, Thompson 17

Straughn 47, Excel 14

Sulligent 28, Francis Marion 0

Sumter Academy 16, Jackson Academy 7

Sunshine 46, Holy Spirit 6

Sweet Water 20, Washington County 6

Sylvania 34, Pisgah 7

T.R. Miller 48, Southside Selma 18

Talladega 41, Shelby Co. 12

Talladega Co. Central 58, Verbena 6

Tallassee 35, Alabama Christian Academy 6

Tanner 46, Sheffield 20

Thomasville 48, Hillcrest-Evergreen 14

Trinity 48, B.B. Comer 14

Tuscaloosa Academy 44, Glenwood 23

Tuscaloosa Co. 35, Minor 13

UMS-Wright 42, Clarke Co. 20

Valley 40, B.T. Washington 6

Vestavia Hills 53, Carver 8

Vinemont 33, Good Hope 12

W.S. Neal 44, Bayside Academy 42

Walker 22, Center Point 12

Wenonah 47, Brookwood 0

West Blocton 42, Carbon Hill 14

Westbrook Christian 31, Sand Rock 20

White Plains 14, Ashville 12

Wilcox Academy 20, Patrician Academy 16

Winterboro 28, Wadley 20

Woodland 55, Walter Wellborn 42

Zion Chapel 27, New Brockton 7








Thursday Scores

Billingsley 6, Ellwood Christian Academy 0
    
Carver-Montgomery 67, Lee-Montgomery 21
    
Citronelle 30, Satsuma 14

Davidson 35, Blount 7
    
Fultondale 59, Vincent 36

John Carroll Catholic 35, Ramsay 20

Spanish Fort 38, Vigor 30

 

 

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