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Friday Night Blitz: Week 6 high school football scores

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Center Point took down Pinson Valley 40-14, Friday, October 4, 2013. (abc3340.com) Center Point took down Pinson Valley 40-14, Friday, October 4, 2013. (abc3340.com)

Week six high school football scores from around Alabama:

Abbeville 14, Slocomb 3
    
Addison 47, Meek 8
    
Akron 26, Sunshine 20
    
Alabama Christian Academy 49, Bullock County 8
    
Aliceville 56, Lamar County 33
    
Andalusia 28, Clarke County 20
    
Ashville 20, Susan Moore 6
    
Athens 34, East Limestone 13
    
Auburn 38, Carver-Montgomery 20
    
Austin 29, Hazel Green 26
    
Autauga Academy 46, Evangel Christian Academy 18
    
Autaugaville 68, Holy Spirit 6
    
B.T. Washington 32, Rehobeth 20
    
Baker 20, Alma Bryant 6
    
Beauregard 28, Headland 14
    
Benjamin Russell 42, Russell County 13
    
Berry 34, Brilliant 26
    
Beulah 21, Holtville 0
    
Bibb County 50, Dora 27
    
Billingsley 18, Keith 0
    
Blount 25, McGill-Toolen 23
    
Bob Jones 14, Decatur 7
    
Brantley 42, Geneva County 21
    
Briarwood Christian 23, Talladega 0
    
Buckhorn 35, Sparkman 28
    
Calera 83, Carbon Hill 6
    
Carroll-Ozark 31, Marbury 26
    
Center Point 40, Pinson Valley 14
    
Central - Clay County 33, Childersburg 18
    
Central-Florence 27, Rogers 0
    
Central-Hayneville 38, Zion Chapel 12
    
Central-Phenix City 41, Jeff Davis 0
    
Chambers Academy 33, Cornerstone Christian 6
    
Charles Henderson 42, St. James 21
    
Cherokee 34, Phil Campbell 18
    
Citronelle 46, Sumter Central High School 25
    
Clay-Chalkville 62, Grissom 8
    
Cleburne County 35, Hokes Bluff 7
    
Colbert County 24, Lauderdale County 7
    
Cold Springs 44, Francis Marion 22
    
Collinsville 21, Cedar Bluff 19
    
Cordova 25, Winston County 20
    
Corner 21, Oak Grove 18
    
Cullman 30, Russellville 7
    
Dadeville 36, Dallas County 0
    
Dale County 36, Barbour County 21
    
Daphne 29, Dothan 10
    
DAR 38, Randolph School 21
    
Davidson 24, Theodore 7
    
Deshler 56, West Morgan 14
    
Edgewood Academy 38, Coosa Valley Academy 35
    
Elba 31, Goshen 6
    
Enterprise 38, Northview 2
    
Escambia Academy 50, Pike Liberal Arts 8
    
Fairhope 14, Robertsdale 7
    
Fairview 36, St. Clair County 34
    
Faith Academy 41, Williamson 20
    
Falkville 30, Donoho 13
    
Fayette County 39, Greene County 20
    
Fayetteville 57, Verbena 20
    
Florala 22, Red Level 14
    
Florence 50, James Clemens 24
    
Foley 37, Baldwin County 6
    
Fort Dale Academy 45, Morgan Academy 30
    
Fort Payne 33, Boaz 0
    
Fruitdale 27, McIntosh 26
    
Fultondale 44, Pleasant Valley 13
    
Fyffe 19, Sand Rock 13
    
G.W. Long 40, Wicksburg 0
    
Gardendale 41, Huffman 21
    
Gaston 26, Westbrook Christian 0
    
Gaylesville 58, Jacksonville Christian 32
    
Geneva 42, Catholic-Montgomery 8
    
Geraldine 35, Sylvania 14
    
Good Hope 49, Danville 21
    
Gordo 31, American Christian Academy 23
    
Greensboro 36, Holt 1
    
Greenville 18, Demopolis 16
    
Guntersville 35, Sardis 13
    
Hackleburg 45, Vina 34
    
Hale County 54, R.C. Hatch 24
    
Haleyville 22, Brooks 13
    
Hamilton 19, Vinemont 7
    
Hanceville 27, Winfield 7
    
Handley 43, Elmore County 42
    
Highland Home 62, New Brockton 35
    
Hillcrest-Evergreen 20, Wilcox Central 6
    
Homewood 62, John Carroll Catholic 0
    
Hoover 48, Bessemer City 7
    
Houston Academy 40, Cottonwood 30
    
Houston County 32, Ariton 8
    
Hubbard 46, Tharptown 0
    
Hubbertville 27, South Lamar 0
    
Hueytown 42, Minor 13
    
Huntsville 28, Albertville 27
    
J.B. Pennington 28, Holly Pond 7
    
J.O. Johnson 49, Ardmore 6
    
J.U. Blacksher 24, John Essex 12
    
Jackson 47, Satsuma 7
    
Jacksonville 40, Anniston 39
    
Jemison 21, West Blocton 7
    
Kingwood Christian 14, Lee-Scott Academy 10
    
LaFayette 21, Horseshoe Bend 15
    
Lakeside School 34, Ashford Academy 0
    
Lanett 25, Isabella 14
    
Leeds 47, B.B. Comer 0
    
Leroy 32, Southern Choctaw 13
    
Lexington 33, Hatton 8
    
Lincoln 37, Cherokee County 8
    
Linden 30, A.L. Johnson 12
    
Loachapoka 42, Winterboro 0
    
Locust Fork 28, Crossville 18
    
Lowndes Academy 18, Southern Academy 6
    
Luverne 42, Calhoun 0
    
Madison Academy 56, Elkmont 13
    
Madison County 48, Pope John Paul II (Catholic High) 14
    
Maplesville 63, Ellwood Christian Academy 6
    
Marengo Academy 58, Meadowview Christian 6
    
Marion County 78, Lynn 38
    
McAdory 21, Fairfield 6
    
McKenzie 22, Kinston 14
    
Midfield 69, Montevallo 6
    
Mobile Christian 35, Choctaw County 20
    
Monroe Academy 59, Hooper Academy 13
    
Montgomery Academy 13, Randolph County 7
    
Moody 47, Mortimer Jordan 26
    
Mountain Brook 35, Carver-Birmingham 7
    
Munford 36, Alexandria 0
    
Murphy 41, Mary Montgomery 7
    
Muscle Shoals 24, Hartselle 9
    
New Hope 45, Pisgah 20
    
North Jackson 7, Butler 6
    
North Sand Mountain 41, West End-Walnut Grove 14
    
Northside 42, Sipsey Valley 35
    
Oak Mountain 31, Chelsea 21
    
Oakman 14, Sulligent 0
    
Oneonta 51, Douglas 0
    
Opelika 56, Sidney Lanier 20
    
Opp 33, Southside-Selma 14
    
Oxford 49, Lee-Huntsville 7
    
Parker 23, Paul Bryant 0
    
Pelham 41, Wetumpka 38
    
Pell City 35, Gadsden 7
    
Phillips-Bear Creek 50, Waterloo 16
    
Pickens Academy 13, Jackson Academy 0
    
Pickens County 70, Parrish 6
    
Piedmont 68, White Plains 13
    
Pike County 29, Daleville 14
    
Plainview 42, Brindlee Mountain 7
    
Pleasant Grove 28, Brookwood 14
    
Prattville 35, Stanhope Elmore 0
    
Priceville 42, East Lawrence 13
    
Ranburne 33, Woodland 27, 2OT
    
Red Bay 36, Sheffield 0
    
Reeltown 55, Prattville Christian Academy 6
    
Restoration Academy 45, Abbeville Christian Academy 0
    
Saks 39, Glencoe 28
    
Samson 41, Providence Christian 18
    
Saraland 57, Selma 16
    
Scottsboro 24, Etowah 20
    
Section 43, Ider 21
    
Shades Mountain Christian 21, Southeastern 14
    
Shades Valley 42, Hewitt-Trussville 35
    
Shelby County 24, Ramsay 21
    
Shoals Christian 42, Decatur Heritage 7
    
Southside-Gadsden 31, Arab 10
    
Spain Park 28, Thompson 17
    
Spanish Fort 29, St. Paul's 6
    
Sparta Academy 38, Eastwood Christian School 0
    
Spring Garden 47, Woodville 22
    
Springville 48, Curry 12
    
Springwood School 40, South Montgomery County Academy 12
    
St. Jude 48, Wadley 29
    
Straughn 40, Bayside Academy 22
    
Sweet Water 55, Flomaton 13
    
Sylacauga 13, Chilton County 3
    
T.R. Miller 47, Cottage Hill 0
    
Talladega County Central 36, Notasulga 22
    
Tallassee 28, Ashford 0
    
Tanner 56, Colbert Heights 12
    
Thomasville 50, Escambia County 8
    
Trinity Presbyterian 61, Thorsby 16
    
Tuscaloosa Academy 36, Sumter Academy 13
    
Tuscaloosa County 29, Northridge 17
    
UMS-Wright 67, Monroe County 14
    
Valley 27, Eufaula 22
    
Valley Head 47, Coosa Christian 0
    
Vestavia Hills 42, Woodlawn 21
    
Vigor 34, Gulf Shores 14
    
Vincent 31, Victory Chr. 6
    
W.S. Neal 46, Excel 8
    
Walker 42, Hayden 0
    
Walter Wellborn 54, Ohatchee 14
    
Weaver 49, Cleveland 28
    
Wenonah 12, Central-Tuscaloosa 7
    
West Limestone 30, Wilson 22
    
West Point 15, Lawrence County 7
    
Westminster Christian Academy 41, Clements 12
    
Wilcox Academy 14, Clarke Prep 0

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