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Friday Night Blitz: Week 4 high school football scores

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A.L. Johnson 36, J.U. Blacksher 22
    
Addison 43, Shades Mountain Christian 7
    
Alexandria 21, Anniston 12
    
Aliceville 26, Cold Springs 6
    
Alma Bryant 39, Mary Montgomery 14
    
American Christian Academy 42, Holt 0
    
Andalusia 20, Thomasville 17
    
Arab 45, Brewer 14
    
Ardmore 36, Randolph School 16
    
Austin 34, Sparkman 31
    
B.B. Comer 32, Central Coosa 0
    
Beauregard 45, Ashford 7
    
Benjamin Russell 48, Valley 7
    
Bessemer City 28, Tuscaloosa County 21
    
Bibb County 26, Jemison 19
    
Billingsley 42, Sunshine 20
    
Bob Jones 34, Hazel Green 14
    
Brantley 49, Georgiana 12
    
Briarwood Christian 29, Shelby County 0
    
Brooks 35, Rogers 31
    
Buckhorn 43, James Clemens 35
    
Calera 37, Corner 0
    
Carroll-Ozark 21, B.T. Washington 6
    
Cedar Bluff 61, Jacksonville Christian 23
    
Center Point 25, Moody 21
    
Central - Clay County 28, Holtville 0
    
Central-Florence 41, Haleyville 16
    
Central-Phenix City 41, Lee-Montgomery 39
    
Central-Tuscaloosa 25, Brookwood 18, 2OT
    
Chambers Academy 62, Meadowview Christian 27
    
Charles Henderson 56, Alabama Christian Academy 0
    
Cherokee County 41, Cleburne County 38
    
Chilton County 21, Talladega 7
    
Clarke Prep 37, Jackson Academy 0
    
Clay-Chalkville 38, Pell City 7
    
Colbert County 45, Westminster Christian Academy 0
    
Collinsville 33, Sumiton Christian 32, OT
    
Cornerstone Christian 41, Lyman Ward 6
    
Cottonwood 39, Wicksburg 8
    
Cullman 14, Hartselle 6
    
Dadeville 38, Childersburg 8
    
Dale County 52, Catholic-Montgomery 0
    
Daleville 38, Geneva 12
    
Daphne 39, Northview 13
    
Decatur Heritage 35, Tharptown 26
    
Demopolis 35, Selma 12
    
Donoho 34, Woodville 0
    
Dora 37, West Blocton 7
    
East Limestone 34, Lawrence County 20
    
Edgewood Academy 47, Glenwood 14
    
Elba 35, New Brockton 0
    
Elkmont 35, West Morgan 21
    
Elmore County 35, Beulah 18
    
Escambia Academy 35, Sparta Academy 3
    
Etowah 53, Columbia 7
    
Eufaula 35, Russell County 22
    
Evangel Christian Academy 25, Ashford Academy 7
    
Fairhope 38, Baldwin County 16
    
Falkville 27, Meek 20
    
Fayette County 40, Sipsey Valley 19
    
Florala 34, Pleasant Home 24
    
Florence 20, Decatur 6
    
Foley 35, Enterprise 28
    
Fort Dale Academy 55, Autauga Academy 54, OT
    
Fultondale 39, Walter Wellborn 22
    
Fyffe 49, Ider 7
    
G.W. Long 23, Providence Christian 0
    
Gadsden 14, Albertville 0
    
Glencoe 24, White Plains 12
    
Gordo 49, Greene County 12
    
Goshen 26, Calhoun 22
    
Greenville 21, Citronelle 14
    
Guntersville 44, St. Clair County 6
    
Hale County 33, Francis Marion 14
    
Hamilton 45, Good Hope 0
    
Hanceville 35, Vinemont 14
    
Handley 35, Dallas County 12
    
Hatton 21, Cherokee 14, OT
    
Hewitt-Trussville 52, Carver-Birmingham 20
    
Highland Home 55, Zion Chapel 6
    
Hillcrest 24, Hueytown 7
    
Hillcrest-Evergreen 8, Clarke County 6
    
Homewood 54, Ramsay 6
    
Hooper Academy 41, Macon-East 32
    
Hoover 56, Northridge 14
    
Houston Academy 30, Ariton 13
    
Hubbard 20, Hackleburg 12
    
Isabella 35, Horseshoe Bend 14
    
J.O. Johnson 21, Madison County 7
    
Jackson 53, Sumter Central High School 0
    
Keith 50, Holy Spirit 0
    
Kinston 41, Red Level 8
    
Lakeside School 46, Pike Liberal Arts 15
    
Lamar County 46, Sulligent 14
    
Lanett 59, Montgomery Academy 25
    
Lauderdale County 52, Clements 6
    
Lee-Huntsville 27, Grissom 22
    
Leeds 42, Thorsby 0
    
LeFlore 32, Williamson 8
    
Leroy 36, Millry 7
    
Lincoln 21, Hokes Bluff 14
    
Linden 46, McIntosh 0
    
Loachapoka 45, Verbena 0
    
Locust Fork 16, Fairview 12
    
Lowndes Academy 40, Abbeville Christian Academy 20
    
Luverne 54, Central-Hayneville 22
    
Madison Academy 45, Deshler 14
    
Maplesville 62, Akron 12
    
Marengo 50, Fruitdale 20
    
Marion County 60, Hubbertville 35
    
McAdory 41, Pleasant Grove 7
    
McGill-Toolen 56, Davidson 3
    
McKenzie 46, Geneva County 28
    
Minor 46, Jackson Olin 13
    
Mobile Christian 42, Flomaton 28
    
Monroe Academy 49, Bessemer Academy 13
    
Mortimer Jordan 22, Springville 19
    
Mountain Brook 51, Woodlawn 6
    
Munford 35, Jacksonville 20
    
Muscle Shoals 35, Athens 0
    
New Hope 21, Geraldine 13
    
North Sand Mountain 24, Gaston 20
    
Northside 20, Greensboro 13
    
Notasulga 23, Fayetteville 19
    
Oak Grove 49, Carbon Hill 21
    
Oakman 69, R.C. Hatch 6
    
Oneonta 49, Crossville 0
    
Opelika 20, Carver-Montgomery 7
    
Opp 7, Excel 0
    
Oxford 42, Huntsville 14
    
Parker 30, Fairfield 0
    
Parrish 28, Berry 12
    
Pelham 35, Oak Mountain 7
    
Phillips-Bear Creek 30, Vina 0
    
Pickens Academy 29, South Choctaw Academy 7
    
Pickens County 40, Brilliant 0
    
Piedmont 55, Cleveland 7
    
Pike County 28, Abbeville 0
    
Pinson Valley 44, Hayden 6
    
Pisgah 54, Brindlee Mountain 13
    
Plainview 41, J.B. Pennington 14
    
Pleasant Valley def. Victory Chr., forfeit
    
Prattville 42, Thompson 7
    
Prattville Christian Academy 27, LaFayette 12
    
Ragland 41, Southeastern 0
    
Ranburne 21, Vincent 18
    
Red Bay 56, Phil Campbell 0
    
Reeltown 34, Randolph County 30
    
Rehobeth 35, Marbury 7
    
Restoration Academy 42, Coosa Valley Academy 14
    
Russellville 35, West Point 0
    
Saint Luke's Episcopal 35, John Essex 0
    
Saks 63, Ashville 0
    
Samson 35, Houston County 7
    
Sand Rock 23, Section 20, OT
    
Saraland 48, Satsuma 0
    
Sardis 51, Douglas 7
    
Scottsboro 42, Boaz 7
    
Shades Valley 38, Huffman 6
    
Sheffield 20, Colbert Heights 14
    
Slocomb 36, Barbour County 34
    
Smiths Station 44, Jeff Davis 14
    
South Lamar 42, Lynn 19
    
South Montgomery County Academy 38, Eastwood Christian School 6
    
Southern Academy 33, Sumter Academy 28
    
Southside-Gadsden 28, Fort Payne 14
    
Spain Park 24, Wetumpka 13
    
Spanish Fort 54, Faith Academy 0
    
Spring Garden 34, Coosa Christian 0
    
St. James 49, Bullock County 6
    
St. Jude 41, Winterboro 10
    
St. Paul's 40, Gulf Shores 7
    
Stanhope Elmore 48, Chelsea 26
    
Straughn 39, Cottage Hill 0
    
Sweet Water 54, Southern Choctaw 6
    
Sylacauga 35, John Carroll Catholic 14
    
Sylvania 33, Holly Pond 6
    
T.R. Miller 43, Bayside Academy 40
    
Tallassee 28, Headland 6
    
Tanner 35, Lexington 14
    
Tarrant 20, Montevallo 14
    
Theodore 20, Baker 19
    
Trinity Presbyterian 9, Midfield 6
    
Tuscaloosa Academy 45, Morgan Academy 36
    
UMS-Wright 48, Escambia County 14
    
Valley Head 33, Gaylesville 7
    
Vestavia Hills 35, Gardendale 7
    
Vigor 28, B.C. Rain 0
    
W.S. Neal 43, Southside-Selma 14
    
Wadley 32, Talladega County Central 24
    
Walker 49, Curry 14
    
Washington County 44, Choctaw County 7
    
Weaver 41, Susan Moore 13
    
West Limestone 49, East Lawrence 13
    
Westbrook Christian 45, West End-Walnut Grove 20
    
Wilcox Academy 42, Crenshaw Christian Academy 7
    
Wilcox Central 14, Monroe County 13
    
Wilson 24, Priceville 7
    
Winfield 34, Cordova 14
    
Winston County 19, Danville 14
    
Woodland 34, Ohatchee 12

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