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Friday Night Blitz: Week 5 high school football scores

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Week five high school football scores in Alabama:

A.L. Johnson 34, Ellwood Christian Academy 22
    
Abbeville 52, LaFayette 12
    
Abbeville Christian Academy 41, Lakeside School 28
    
Addison 48, Appalachian 0
    
Alabama Christian Academy 34, Catholic-Montgomery 14
    
Albertville 34, Boaz 9
    
Andalusia 42, Opp 26
    
Anniston 41, Handley 13
    
Ardmore 56, Clements 30
    
Ashford 31, Rehobeth 28, OT
    
Ashford Academy 42, Cornerstone Christian 18
    
Athens 26, Austin 24
    
Auburn 16, Gadsden 13
    
Autaugaville 45, John Essex 0
    
B.B. Comer 34, Winterboro 6
    
B.T. Washington 47, Bullock County 0
    
Baker 33, Robertsdale 10
    
Benjamin Russell 58, Talladega 7
    
Bessemer Academy 2, Lyman Ward 0
    
Bibb County 30, Linden 20
    
Billingsley 48, Holt 12
    
Blount 40, Vigor 13
    
Bob Jones 43, Huntsville 42
    
Brantley 41, Highland Home 21
    
Brewer 61, Vinemont 6
    
Briarwood Christian 24, Gardendale 22
    
Brilliant 68, Vina 12
    
Brookwood 32, Oak Grove 0
    
Calera 42, Shelby County 27
    
Carver-Birmingham 21, Ramsay 14
    
Carver-Montgomery 50, Tri-Cities, Ga. 21
    
Cedar Bluff 46, Woodville 6
    
Center Point 21, McAdory 14
    
Central - Clay County 30, Munford 14
    
Chambers Academy 21, Sparta Academy 12
    
Chelsea 51, Tarrant 18
    
Cherokee 34, Tharptown 0
    
Cherokee County 40, Ider 16
    
Childersburg 35, Sylacauga 30
    
Chilton County 31, Marbury 18
    
Citronelle 27, Southern Choctaw 0
    
Clarke Prep 57, Southern Academy 8
    
Clay-Chalkville 48, Pinson Valley 31
    
Cleburne County 51, St. Clair County 21
    
Colbert County 28, Sheffield 14
    
Cold Springs 68, Lynn 34
    
Coosa Valley Academy 41, East Memorial Christian Academy 28
    
Cordova 54, Parrish 20
    
Corner 27, Hayden 20
    
Crossville 31, DAR 14
    
Dale County 41, Houston Academy 8
    
Daleville 26, G.W. Long 18
    
Dallas County 22, Francis Marion 0
    
Davidson 33, Williamson 6
    
Demopolis 49, Thomasville 16
    
Deshler 28, Brooks 7
    
Donoho 30, Collinsville 27
    
Dothan 36, Carroll-Ozark 3
    
Douglas 32, Brindlee Mountain 20
    
East Coweta, Ga. 41, Central-Phenix City 40
    
East Lawrence 49, West Morgan 34
    
East Limestone 59, James Clemens 42
    
Edgewood Academy 24, Autauga Academy 21
    
Elmore County 47, Prattville Christian Academy 28
    
Enterprise 41, Eufaula 3
    
Escambia Academy 35, Morgan Academy 14
    
Etowah 28, Lincoln 21
    
Excel 55, Monroe County 6
    
Fairfield 28, Midfield 21
    
Fairview 47, Holly Pond 14
    
Faith Academy 49, Escambia County 34
    
Falkville 40, Sumiton Christian 0
    
Fayette County 33, Sulligent 15
    
Fayetteville 42, Alabama School for the Deaf 0
    
Flomaton 25, Jay, Fla. 22
    
Florala 36, J.U. Blacksher 0
    
Fultondale 34, American Christian Academy 29
    
Fyffe 34, Walter Wellborn 6
    
Gaston 40, Wadley 27
    
Gaylesville 48, Coosa Christian 14
    
Geneva 35, Goshen 28
    
Geneva County 20, Providence Christian 0
    
Georgiana 33, Calhoun 18
    
Glencoe 49, Hokes Bluff 20
    
Greenville 27, Charles Henderson 26
    
Gulf Shores 57, Baldwin County 31
    
Guntersville 33, Arab 28
    
Hale County 14, Greensboro 0
    
Haleyville 42, Winfield 19
    
Hamilton 33, Gordo 32
    
Hanceville 45, West Point 22
    
Hazel Green 36, Madison County 6
    
Headland 35, Houston County 18
    
Hillcrest 31, Paul Bryant 7
    
Hillcrest-Evergreen 21, W.S. Neal 12
    
Homewood 28, Wetumpka 0
    
Hooper Academy 50, Springwood School 30
    
Hoover 17, Vestavia Hills 7
    
Horseshoe Bend 42, Thorsby 36
    
Hubbertville 47, Shoals Christian 19
    
Isabella 45, Verbena 6
    
J.O. Johnson 43, Lee-Huntsville 7
    
Jackson 34, Foley 17
    
Jackson Academy 40, Meadowview Christian 8
    
Jacksonville 42, Weaver 14
    
Jemison 35, Holtville 14
    
Kingwood Christian 33, Evangel Christian Academy 0
    
Kinston 41, Zion Chapel 7
    
Lamar County 42, Berry 22
    
Lanett 47, Notasulga 6
    
Lauderdale County 56, Central-Florence 21
    
Lawrence County 33, Hatton 7
    
Lee-Scott Academy 70, Glenwood 42
    
Lexington 26, Rogers 15
    
Locust Fork 20, J.B. Pennington 17
    
Lovett, Ga. 35, Fort Payne 13
    
Luverne 21, Pike County 20
    
Macon-East 34, Pike Liberal Arts 13
    
Madison Academy 28, Cullman 10
    
Maplesville 27, Sweet Water 24
    
Marengo 52, Akron 0
    
Marengo Academy 28, Wilcox Academy 6
    
Marion County 41, Meek 16
    
McGill-Toolen 28, Daphne 24
    
McKenzie 44, Cottonwood 30
    
Millry 35, McIntosh 22
    
Minor 34, Hewitt-Trussville 23
    
Mobile Christian 43, Cottage Hill 0
    
Monroe Academy 62, Fort Dale Academy 30
    
Montgomery Academy 37, Central-Hayneville 14
    
Moody 46, Ashville 14
    
Mountain Brook 15, Buckhorn 14
    
Mt. Pisgah Christian, Ga. 26, Wilson 7
    
Muscle Shoals 45, Dora 7
    
New Brockton 55, Ariton 14
    
New Hope 55, Good Hope 27
    
North Sand Mountain 35, Sylvania 13
    
Oak Mountain 22, Pell City 15
    
Oakman 34, Northside 14
    
Oneonta 56, Susan Moore 12
    
Opelika 34, Valley 18
    
Oxford 26, Florence 20
    
Patrician Academy 46, Sumter Academy 14
    
Pelham 49, Northridge 40
    
Phillips-Bear Creek 49, Phil Campbell 0
    
Pickens Academy 46, Eastwood Christian School 12
    
Pickens County 55, Aliceville 18
    
Piedmont 26, Leeds 10
    
Pleasant Grove 38, Hueytown 3
    
Pleasant Valley 35, White Plains 24
    
Priceville 42, Danville 14
    
Ragland 47, Shades Mountain Christian 0
    
Ranburne 36, Beulah 21
    
Randolph-Clay, Ga. 44, Barbour County 36
    
Red Bay 40, Belmont, Miss. 0
    
Reeltown 28, Loachapoka 26
    
Restoration Academy 34, Tuscaloosa Academy 7
    
Russell County 21, Northside-Columbus, Ga. 17
    
Russellville 20, Walker 14
    
Saks 34, Alexandria 0
    
Samson 44, Red Level 6
    
Sand Rock 27, Plainview 21
    
Saraland 35, Mary Montgomery 0
    
Sardis 31, Geraldine 24
    
Satsuma 35, Leroy 26
    
Scottsboro 55, North Jackson 0
    
Section 21, Pisgah 0
    
Shades Valley 41, Thompson 12
    
Sipsey Valley 66, Curry 28
    
Slocomb 24, Wicksburg 6
    
Smiths Station 28, Beauregard 9
    
South Choctaw Academy 34, Lowndes Academy 6
    
South Lamar 14, Central Coosa 0
    
Southeastern 34, Holy Spirit 6
    
Southside-Gadsden 41, Springville 7
    
Southside-Selma 18, Keith 14
    
Spain Park 20, Lee-Montgomery 14
    
Spanish Fort 38, Fairhope 14
    
Sparkman 48, Grissom 0
    
Spring Garden 44, Jacksonville Christian 28
    
St. Jude 32, Saint Luke's Episcopal 18
    
St. Paul's 67, Choctaw County 3
    
Stanhope Elmore 34, Jeff Davis 21
    
Straughn 34, Elba 8
    
Sumter Central High School 21, Greene County 6
    
Sunshine 64, R.C. Hatch 30
    
T.R. Miller 47, Clarke County 19
    
Tallassee 27, Dadeville 25
    
Tanner 42, Hubbard 6
    
Theodore 35, B.C. Rain 24
    
Trinity Presbyterian 21, St. James 7
    
Tuscaloosa County 46, Central-Tuscaloosa 26
    
UMS-Wright 27, Bayside Academy 24
    
Valley Head 41, Waterloo 0
    
Vincent 34, Talladega County Central 28
    
Washington County 53, Fruitdale 8
    
Wenonah 22, Huffman 12
    
West Blocton 42, Montevallo 20
    
West End-Walnut Grove 49, Cleveland 8
    
West Florida, Fla. 42, Alma Bryant 21
    
West Limestone 25, Elkmont 23
    
Westbrook Christian 24, Ohatchee 16
    
Westminster Christian Academy 26, Randolph School 21
    
Winston County 51, Carbon Hill 28
    
Woodland 39, Randolph County 22

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