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Week 3 Alabama high school football scores (Friday Night Blitz links)

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Homewood took down Briarwood 38-14 in the Friday Night Blitz Game of the Week, Friday, September 13, 2013. (abc3340.com) Homewood took down Briarwood 38-14 in the Friday Night Blitz Game of the Week, Friday, September 13, 2013. (abc3340.com)

Visit the Friday Night Blitz page for highlights from tonight's games. See the scores from week three of the Alabama high school football season below the Blitz links.

Week 3 Blitz Links

Blitz Game of the Week:  Homewood 38, Briarwood 14

Blitz Player of the Week:  Pinson Valley running back Nick Gibson

Chopper Blitz:  Mike Raita visits Hanceville and Locust Fork

Blitz Band of the Week:  Vestavia Hills Rebel Marching Band

Blitz Cheer:  Hueytown Cheerleaders

Blitz Brigade:  Sylacauga Aggies

Week 3 Scores

Abbeville 20, Daleville 14
    
Abbeville Christian Academy 43, Cornerstone Christian 20
    
Addison 47, Southeastern 0
    
Akron 56, Holy Spirit 13
    
Alexandria 48, Hokes Bluff 28
    
Aliceville 46, Sulligent 3
    
Alma Bryant 14, Blount 13
    
Andalusia 29, Hillcrest-Evergreen 21
    
Anniston 21, Lincoln 15
    
Arab 20, Fort Payne 15
    
Ardmore 36, North Jackson 34
    
Ashford 48, Alabama Christian Academy 42
    
Autauga Academy 43, East Memorial Christian Academy 28
    
Autaugaville 26, Billingsley 20

B.B. Comer 40, Tarrant 32

Baker 21, Mary Montgomery 14
    
Barbour County 24, Geneva 14
    
Bayside Academy 42, Opp 14
    
Beauregard 53, Bullock County 6
    
Benjamin Russell 58, B.T. Washington 6
    
Bessemer Academy 30, Lee-Scott Academy 9
    
Bessemer City 37, Hillcrest 9
    
Beulah 14, Dallas County 6
    
Bibb County 41, Oak Grove 14
    
Boaz 37, Columbia 14
    
Bob Jones 13, Florence 7
    
Brantley 49, Florala 8
    
Brilliant 22, South Lamar 12
    
Brooks 44, Priceville 0
    
Brookwood 23, Paul Bryant 20
    
Buckhorn 32, Austin 23
    
Calera 63, West Blocton 0
    
Calhoun 44, Zion Chapel 14
    
Cedar Bluff 49, Coosa Christian 20
    
Center Point 61, Springville 20
    
Central - Clay County 20, Elmore County 0
    
Central Coosa 24, Thorsby 16
    
Central-Florence 27, West Limestone 2
    
Chambers Academy 28, Ashford Academy 11
    
Charles Henderson 26, Tallassee 21
    
Childersburg 21, Handley 13
    
Chilton County 35, Shelby County 14
    
Choctaw County 23, Flomaton 20
    
Clarke County 61, Monroe County 6
    
Clarke Prep 28, South Choctaw Academy 14
    
Clay-Chalkville 49, Albertville 28
    
Cleveland 29, Ashville 0
    
Colbert County 55, West Morgan 0
    
Collinsville 35, Woodville 12
    
Coosa Valley Academy 31, Crenshaw Christian Academy 8
    
Cottonwood 35, Providence Christian 7
    
Dadeville 32, Holtville 13
    
Dale County 56, Pike County 26
    
Daphne 32, Foley 24
    
DAR 43, Butler 6
    
Decatur 28, Hazel Green 14
    
Donoho 55, Jacksonville Christian 33
    
Dora 21, Corner 11
    
Eastwood Christian School 13, Meadowview Christian 12
    
Edgewood Academy 62, Lakeside School 20
    
Elba 57, Central-Hayneville 18
    
Elkmont 17, Westminster Christian Academy 7
    
Ellwood Christian Academy 26, Keith 20
    
Enterprise 62, Baldwin County 7
    
Etowah 37, Brewer 7
    
Eufaula 42, Marbury 7
    
Fairfield 12, Wenonah 6
    
Fairhope 45, Dothan 35
    
Faith Academy 25, LeFlore 21
    
Falkville 49, Appalachian 6
    
Fayette County 21, Gordo 7
    
Fayetteville 31, Wadley 27
    
Fort Dale Academy 49, Hooper Academy 21
    
Fruitdale 16, A.L. Johnson 8
    
Fultondale 35, Woodland 25
    
Fyffe 35, West End-Walnut Grove 20
    
Gaston 19, Section 14
    
Geneva County 53, Georgiana 28
    
Geraldine 47, Brindlee Mountain 13
    
Good Hope 41, Winston County 27
    
Goshen 34, New Brockton 14
    
Greene County 48, Holt 6
    
Guntersville 41, Fairview 6
    
Hale County 19, Cold Springs 12
    
Haleyville 42, East Lawrence 6
    
Hanceville 26, Hamilton 12
    
Hartselle 14, Athens 6
    
Hewitt-Trussville 37, Woodlawn 0
    
Homewood 38, Briarwood Christian 14
    
Hoover 63, Jackson Olin 0
    
Houston Academy 27, G.W. Long 13
    
Houston County 27, Wicksburg 13
    
Hubbard 33, Phillips-Bear Creek 14
    
Hubbertville 20, Berry 16
    
Huntsville 42, Lee-Huntsville 7
    
Isabella 41, Prattville Christian Academy 20
    
J.B. Pennington 31, Sylvania 30
    
J.O. Johnson 34, Pope John Paul II (Catholic High) 7
    
Jackson 49, Greenville 6
    
Jacksonville 40, Cherokee County 14
    
James Clemens 34, Sparkman 12
    
Jemison 39, Carbon Hill 12
    
Kingwood Christian 69, Glenwood 49

Kinston 41, Pleasant Home 12

Lamar County 49, R.C. Hatch 0
    
Lanett 20, Reeltown 14
    
Lauderdale County 33, Deshler 14
    
Lee-Montgomery 14, Sidney Lanier 0
    
Leeds 30, Midfield 15
    
Lexington 44, Colbert Heights 21
    
Linden 53, Saint Luke's Episcopal 17
    
Loachapoka 27, St. Jude 14
    
Luverne 47, Highland Home 14
    
Madison Academy 49, Clements 0
    
Madison County 55, Randolph School 0
    
Maplesville 75, Sunshine 0
    
Marengo 86, John Essex 14
    
Marengo Academy 64, Jackson Academy 14
    
Marion County 47, Parrish 22
    
McAdory 31, Central-Tuscaloosa 16
    
McGill-Toolen 57, Theodore 3
    
McIntosh 51, J.U. Blacksher 24
    
McKenzie 42, Red Level 0
    
Minor 19, Northridge 14
    
Mobile Christian 42, Leroy 14
    
Monroe Academy 50, Escambia Academy 14
    
Montgomery Academy 41, Horseshoe Bend 13
    
Moody 35, Hayden 14
    
Mortimer Jordan 54, Curry 16
    
Munford 14, Cleburne County 0
    
Murphy 13, Davidson 8
    
Muscle Shoals 49, Lawrence County 0
    
New Hope 46, Holly Pond 0
    
North Sand Mountain 34, Sand Rock 13
    
Northside 28, American Christian Academy 21
    
Notasulga 60, Verbena 27
    
Oak Mountain 35, Stanhope Elmore 21
    
Oakman 54, Francis Marion 6
    
Oneonta 38, Locust Fork 6
    
Opelika 36, Central-Phenix City 20
    
Oxford 6, Gadsden 0
    
Patrician Academy 44, Lowndes Academy 26
    
Pell City 41, Grissom 0
    
Pickens Academy 35, Southern Academy 18
    
Pickens County 78, Lynn 12
    
Piedmont 41, Glencoe 7
    
Pike Liberal Arts 60, Lyman Ward 0
    
Plainview 34, Pisgah 25
    
Pleasant Grove 21, Parker 7
   
Prattville 28, Wetumpka 7
    
Ragland 43, Gaylesville 28
    
Ranburne 28, Ohatchee 0
    
Randolph County 28, LaFayette 22
    
Red Bay 48, Hatton 14
    
Restoration Academy 47, South Montgomery County Academy 0
    
Robertsdale 28, Northview 26
    
Russell County 14, Rehobeth 6
    
Russellville 19, East Limestone 15
    
Saks 46, Susan Moore 7
    
Samson 40, Ariton 22
    
Saraland 24, Demopolis 10
    
Sardis 49, Crossville 7
    
Satsuma 51, Sumter Central High School 27
    
Selma 35, Citronelle 0
    
Shades Valley 40, Carver-Birmingham 20
    
Sheffield 45, Phil Campbell 0
    
Shoals Christian 34, Vina 0
    
Sipsey Valley 13, Greensboro 0
    
Slocomb 29, Catholic-Montgomery 3
    
Smiths Station 34, Auburn 18
    
Southside-Gadsden 28, Scottsboro 9
    
Spain Park 14, Chelsea 0
    
Spanish Fort 49, Gulf Shores 7
    
Sparta Academy 28, Sumter Academy 0
    
Springwood School 22, Evangel Christian Academy 14
    
St. Clair County 41, Douglas 6
    
St. James 32, Headland 14
    
St. Paul's 28, B.C. Rain 7
    
Straughn 35, Southside-Selma 6
    
Sumiton Christian 25, Meek 24
    
Sweet Water 48, Millry 7
    
Sylacauga 48, Ramsay 2
    
T.R. Miller 54, Excel 14
    
Talladega 12, John Carroll Catholic 7
    
Talladega County Central 22, Winterboro 21
    
Tanner 49, Cherokee 13
   
Tharptown 43, Waterloo 16
    
Thompson 31, Pelham 16
    
Trinity Presbyterian 42, Montevallo 0
    
Tuscaloosa Academy 42, Macon-East 12
    
Tuscaloosa County 18, Hueytown 0
    
UMS-Wright 28, Thomasville 27
    
Valley 26, Carroll-Ozark 14
    
Valley Head 34, Spring Garden 7
    
Vigor 47, Williamson 6
    
Vincent 46, Pleasant Valley 38
    
Vinemont 19, Cordova 15
    
W.S. Neal 48, Cottage Hill 2
    
Walker 17, Pinson Valley 7
    
Walter Wellborn 78, Victory Chr. 0
    
Washington County 47, Southern Choctaw 22
    
Westbrook Christian 21, Ider 16
    
White Plains 20, Weaver 0
    
Wilcox Academy 27, Morgan Academy 24
    
Wilcox Central 14, Escambia County 0
    
Wilson 54, Rogers 27
    
Winfield 35, Danville 6

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