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High school football scores Friday, Aug. 30

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High school football scores, Friday, August 30, 2013:

A.L. Johnson 42, R.C. Hatch 14
    
Abbeville 35, Eufaula 14
    
Abbeville Christian Academy 34, Ashford Academy 6
    
Addison 20, Ider 8
    
Akron 20, Greene County 18
    
Albertville 27, Arab 14
    
Andalusia 12, Straughn 6
    
Anniston 25, Greenville 20
    
Appalachian 38, Meek 22
    
Ardmore 25, Elkmont 14
    
Athens 22, Decatur 0
    
Auburn 65, Valley 0
    
Autauga Academy 21, Coosa Valley Academy 12
    
Baker 35, B.C. Rain 12
    
Barbour County 52, Bullock County 0
    
Beauregard 56, Handley 28
    
Berry 32, Northside 28
    
Bessemer Academy 55, Glenwood 17
    
Bessemer City 60, Sumter Central High School 20
    
Bibb County 20, Greensboro 14, OT
    
Billingsley 20, Prattville Christian Academy 14
    
Blount 44, LeFlore 0
    
Bob Jones 48, Northridge 20
    
Bowdon, Ga. 69, Woodland 20
    
Brookwood 7, Hale County 0
    
Buckhorn 27, Scottsboro 13
    
Calera 69, Holt 0
    
Carroll-Ozark 9, Ashford 0
    
Carrollton, Ga. 35, Oxford 14
    
Carver-Montgomery 20, Prattville 7
    
Catholic-Montgomery 24, St. Jude 14
    
Center Point 32, Huffman 14
    
Central - Clay County 16, Trinity Presbyterian 14
    
Central-Florence 31, Red Bay 14
    
Charles Henderson 34, Bayside Academy 21
    
Cherokee 41, Vina 0
    
Choctaw County 19, Red Level 13
    
Citronelle 54, McIntosh 34
    
Clarke Prep 52, Lowndes Academy 22
    
Clay-Chalkville 56, Hewitt-Trussville 14
    
Cleburne County 44, Weaver 20
    
Cleveland 29, J.B. Pennington 0
    
Colbert County 41, Colbert Heights 0
    
Cold Springs 34, Decatur Heritage 0
    
Collinsville 34, Coosa Christian 0
    
Cottonwood 40, Pleasant Home 0
    
Crenshaw Christian Academy 43, Chambers Academy 10
    
Cullman 13, Walker 10
    
Curry 41, Carbon Hill 14
    
Dale County 51, Houston County 21
    
Daleville 39, Headland 7
    
Dallas County 54, Calhoun 0
    
DAR 6, Douglas 0
    
Demopolis 35, American Christian Academy 0
    
Deshler 20, Russellville 17
    
Dothan 28, Jeff Davis 12
    
Eagle's Landing Christian, Ga. 27, Briarwood Christian 7
    
Edgewood Academy 49, Evangel Christian Academy 18
    
Elmore County 41, Alabama Christian Academy 10
    
Etowah 14, Alexandria 7
    
Fairhope 22, St. Paul's 18
    
Falkville 49, Southeastern 0
    
Fayetteville 53, Spring Garden 7
    
Flomaton 34, Monroe County 20
    
Florala 40, Central-Hayneville 28
    
Florence 28, Gadsden 7
    
Foley 20, Alma Bryant 12
    
Fort Dale Academy 32, Escambia Academy 26
    
Fort Payne 46, North Jackson 0
    
Francis Marion 30, Ellwood Christian Academy 12
    
Fultondale 41, Montevallo 0
    
G.W. Long 55, Zion Chapel 0
    
Gardendale 14, Minor 7
    
Gaston 27, Randolph County 15
    
Geneva County 35, Wicksburg 6
    
Georgiana 38, Ariton 29
    
Geraldine 20, Fyffe 14
    
Glencoe 29, Westbrook Christian 12
    
Good Hope 61, Holly Pond 14
    
Gulf Shores 34, Satsuma 20
    
Haleyville 48, Oak Grove 30
    
Hanceville 35, Fairview 33
    
Hartselle 14, Hillcrest 11
    
Hatton 20, Hubbard 19
    
Holy Spirit 13, Waterloo 0
    
Hoover 24, Colquitt County, Ga. 10
    
Houston Academy 32, Geneva 22
    
Hubbertville 48, Phillips-Bear Creek 14
    
Huntsville 28, Sparkman 8
    
Isabella 35, Central Coosa 6
    
Jackson Academy 48, Eastwood Christian School 0
    
Jackson Olin 13, Woodlawn 7
    
Jacksonville 54, Pleasant Valley 19
    
Jacksonville Christian 40, Woodville 24
    
James Clemens 14, J.O. Johnson 6
    
Jay, Fla. 18, Cottage Hill 12
    
Keith 28, Wilcox Central 12
    
Kingwood Christian 56, Hooper Academy 34
    
Lamar County 41, South Lamar 0
    
Lanett 30, Autaugaville 6
    
Lauderdale County 34, Wilson 12
    
Lawrence County 40, East Lawrence 26
    
Lee-Huntsville 52, Columbia 20
    
Leeds 12, Lincoln 6
    
Leroy 14, Linden 6
    
Lexington 28, Shoals Christian 21
    
Loachapoka 19, LaFayette 0
    
Locust Fork 26, New Hope 20
    
Lynn 47, Winston County 38
    
Macon-East 56, Lyman Ward 0
    
Madison County 24, East Limestone 21
    
Maplesville 59, Winterboro 6
    
Marion County 61, Hackleburg 31
    
McAdory 49, Tarrant 13
    
McGill-Toolen 49, UMS-Wright 35
    
McKenzie 16, Highland Home 14
    
Midfield 12, Wenonah 6
    
Mobile Christian 42, Saint Luke's Episcopal 0
    
Monroe Academy 35, Patrician Academy 0
    
Montgomery Academy 28, St. James 13
    
Morgan Academy 49, Pike Liberal Arts 0
    
Munford 27, Corner 6
    
Murphy 54, Williamson 14
    
North Sand Mountain 19, Dade County, Ga. 13
    
Notasulga 29, Beulah 15
    
Oakman 29, Parrish 28
    
Opelika 21, Benjamin Russell 7
    
Opp 42, Elba 6
    
Parker 53, Carver-Birmingham 20
    
Pelham 28, Paul Bryant 0
    
Pickens Academy 24, Sparta Academy 8
    
Pickens County 18, Fayette County 13
    
Piedmont 57, Cherokee County 13
    
Pike County 49, Goshen 13
    
Pinson Valley 25, Oneonta 18
    
Plainview 28, Crossville 6
    
Pleasant Grove 42, Mortimer Jordan 26
    
Providence Christian 35, New Brockton 33
    
Ranburne 20, Mt. Zion-Carrollton, Ga. 12
    
Randolph School 41, Danville 15
    
Restoration Academy 54, Lakeside School 6
    
Robertsdale 45, Mary Montgomery 21
    
Saks 37, Walter Wellborn 14
    
Samson 33, Kinston 29
    
Sand Rock 20, Pisgah 7
    
Saraland 52, Faith Academy 12
    
Sardis 41, Sylvania 22
    
Selma 34, Southside-Selma 8
    
Shades Valley 38, Oak Mountain 15
    
Smiths Station 34, Enterprise 28
    
South Montgomery County Academy 42, Cornerstone Christian 20
    
Spain Park 23, Austin 14
    
Spanish Fort 19, Daphne 17
    
Springville 21, Ashville 0
    
Sumiton Christian 40, Shades Mountain Christian 13
    
Sumter Academy 47, Meadowview Christian 0
    
Sunshine 27, John Essex 6
    
Sylacauga 35, Hayden 3
    
T.R. Miller 50, Escambia County 18
    
Talladega 14, Talladega County Central 8
    
Tallassee 42, B.T. Washington 6
    
Theodore 38, Baldwin County 19
    
Thomasville 35, Sweet Water 13
    
Thompson 37, Shelby County 0
    
Thorsby 34, Verbena 19
    
Tuscaloosa Academy 43, Lee-Scott Academy 26
    
Tuscaloosa Christian School 28, South Haven Christian, Tenn. 12
    
Tuscaloosa County 13, Mountain Brook 6
    
Valley Head 20, Donoho 12
    
Vestavia Hills 34, Homewood 14
    
Victory Chr. 28, Alabama School for the Deaf 26
    
Vincent 26, West Blocton 20
    
Vinemont 40, Brindlee Mountain 28
    
W.S. Neal 36, Holtville 0
    
Washington County 35, Hillcrest-Evergreen 12
    
West Limestone 44, Clements 6
    
West Point 25, Brewer 18
    
Westminster Christian Academy 24, Pope John Paul II (Catholic High) 7
    
Wetumpka 34, Lee-Montgomery 7
    
White Plains 23, Ohatchee 6
    
Wilcox Academy 48, Southern Academy 7

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