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Roc Thomas rushed for 409 yards and five touchdowns to lead Oxford past Spain Park 56-49 in the week 10 Blitz Game of the Week. (abc3340.com) Roc Thomas rushed for 409 yards and five touchdowns to lead Oxford past Spain Park 56-49 in the week 10 Blitz Game of the Week. (abc3340.com)

Alabama high school football scores from week 10, Friday, November 1,  2013:

   
Abbeville Christian Academy 35, Sparta Academy 30
    
Addison 38, Winston County 12
    
Akron 42, R.C. Hatch 20
    
Aliceville 61, Greene County 14
    
American Christian Academy 28, Central-Tuscaloosa 20
    
Appalachian 22, Holly Pond 20
    
Arab 34, Hayden 20
    
Ariton 60, Zion Chapel 20
    
Athens 42, Sparkman 0
    
Auburn 56, East Limestone 28
    
Autauga Academy 35, Jackson Academy 13
    
Baker 28, LeFlore 0
    
Bayside Academy 55, Satsuma 28
    
Beauregard 42, Loachapoka 14
    
Benjamin Russell 28, Homewood 7
    
Bessemer Academy 27, Patrician Academy 6
    
Bessemer City 34, Midfield 6
    
Beulah 33, Wadley 20
    
Billingsley 50, Verbena 18
    
Brewer 55, Priceville 28
    
Briarwood Christian 23, Pinson Valley 13
    
Brilliant 38, Phillips-Bear Creek 14
    
Brindlee Mountain 22, DAR 16
    
Brookwood 52, Holt 0
    
Buckhorn 31, Gardendale 21
    
Calera 29, Chilton County 28
    
Carver-Birmingham 10, Wenonah 6
    
Carver-Montgomery 41, Anniston 14
    
Center Point 26, Cullman 7
    
Central Coosa 20, Horseshoe Bend 7
    
Central-Florence 54, Colbert Heights 13
    
Central-Phenix City 66, Stanhope Elmore 40
    
Charles Henderson 59, Eufaula 42
    
Chelsea 64, Shelby County 28
    
Cherokee 41, Waterloo 0
    
Childersburg 46, Winterboro 7
    
Choctaw County 20, Keith 6
    
Clarke Prep 59, Pickens Academy 19
    
Clay-Chalkville 50, Oak Mountain 22
    
Colbert County 28, Brooks 3
    
Cold Springs 60, Carbon Hill 7
    
Columbia 58, J.O. Johnson 14
    
Coosa Christian 60, Southeastern 42
    
Coosa Valley Academy 49, Chambers Academy 22
    
Corner 49, Sumiton Christian 7
    
Curry 42, Cordova 41
    
Dadeville 21, Russell County 18
    
Daphne 38, Alma Bryant 12
    
Davidson 24, Navarre, Fla. 21
    
Decatur 42, Grissom 0
    
Decatur Heritage 31, Woodville 14
    
Demopolis 60, Hillcrest 59
    
Deshler 49, North Jackson 20
    
East Lawrence 24, Hatton 14
    
East Memorial Christian Academy 42, Cornerstone Christian 20
    
Edgewood Academy 57, Lyman Ward 0
    
Elba 26, Brantley 19
    
Enterprise 41, Jeff Davis 6
    
Escambia Academy 55, Macon-East 6
    
Escambia County 29, Baldwin County 20
    
Evangel Christian Academy 16, Eastwood Christian School 6
    
Excel 33, Marengo 32
    
Fairhope 33, Andalusia 25
    
Falkville 42, Danville 28
    
Fayette County 35, Russellville 7
    
Fayetteville 47, Holy Spirit 6
    
Flomaton 50, Central-Hayneville 16
    
Florala 24, Fruitdale 14
    
Fort Payne 37, James Clemens 34
    
Francis Marion 14, Calhoun 8
    
Fyffe 32, Plainview 7
    
G.W. Long 26, Barbour County 6
    
Gaston 50, Pleasant Valley 39
    
Gaylesville 24, Ohatchee 20

Geneva County 34, Slocomb 32
    
Geraldine 63, Crossville 27
    
Glencoe 31, Etowah 24
    
Glenwood 49, Crenshaw Christian Academy 34
    
Good Hope 28, West End-Walnut Grove 18
    
Greensboro 33, West Blocton 30
    
Gulf Shores 42, Citronelle 13
    
Guntersville 25, Albertville 22
    
Hackleburg 40, Phil Campbell 6
    
Hale County 32, Sipsey Valley 15
    
Haleyville 28, Hamilton 26
    
Hanceville 40, West Morgan 21
    
Handley 56, Dora 28
    
Hartselle 38, Austin 31
    
Headland 34, Abbeville 12
    
Hewitt-Trussville 17, Gadsden 14
    
Highland Home 69, Georgiana 14
    
Hokes Bluff 21, Westbrook Christian 7
    
Holtville 61, Alabama Christian Academy 33
    
Hubbertville 35, Vina 19
    
Huntsville 23, Hazel Green 14
    
Isabella 43, Thorsby 6
    
Jackson 39, Thomasville 17
    
LaFayette 54, Bullock County 26
    
Lakeside School 38, Springwood School 22
    
Lamar County 35, Winfield 10
    
Lauderdale County 38, Lexington 0
    
Lawrence County 28, Hubbard 12
    
Lee-Huntsville 33, Butler 6
    
Lee-Montgomery 23, B.T. Washington 6
    
Leeds 44, Alexandria 17
    
Leroy 14, Clarke County 12
    
Locust Fork 29, Cleveland 24
    
Lynn 44, Meek 26
    
Madison Academy 14, Central - Clay County 7
    
Madison County 35, Scottsboro 21
    
Marengo Academy 40, Southern Academy 0
    
Mary Montgomery 28, B.C. Rain 19
    
Minor 26, Fairfield 0
    
Monroe County def. John Essex, forfeit
    
Montgomery Academy 20, Trinity Presbyterian 10
    
Mountain Brook 41, Parker 13
    
Munford 33, Talladega 14
    
New Brockton 38, Kinston 27
    
New Hope 47, Douglas 14
    
North Sand Mountain 31, Pisgah 12
    
Northridge 41, Paul Bryant 7
    
Northside 55, Oak Grove 34
    
Oakman 32, Berry 20
    
Oneonta 38, Mortimer Jordan 6
    
Oxford 56, Spain Park 49
    
Pell City 38, Tuscaloosa County 28
    
Pickens County 33, Gordo 22
    
Piedmont 42, Lincoln 7
    
Pike County 19, Opp 8
    
Pike Liberal Arts 34, Ashford Academy 6
    
Pleasant Grove 48, Bibb County 12
    
Pleasant Home 45, J.U. Blacksher 12
    
Pope John Paul II (Catholic High) 6, Clements 0
    
Prattville 42, Northview 21
    
Ragland 59, Victory Chr. 0
    
Ramsay 28, Tarrant 6
    
Ranburne 35, Ashville 12
    
Randolph School 40, Vinemont 20
    
Red Bay 48, Marion County 38
    
Restoration Academy 51, Kingwood Christian 6
    
Robertsdale 50, Faith Academy 43
    
Rogers 41, Sheffield 18
    
Saint Luke's Episcopal 17, Cottage Hill 14
    
Saks 48, Jacksonville 15
    
Sand Rock 44, Cedar Bluff 7
    
Saraland 21, Luverne 13
    
Sardis 17, Boaz 14
    
Section 52, Valley Head 6
    
Selma 54, Ellwood Christian Academy 14
    
Shades Mountain Christian 31, Jacksonville Christian 28
    
Shades Valley 55, Pelham 20
    
Smiths Station 45, Valley 13
    
South Choctaw Academy 40, Sumter Academy 15
    
Southern Choctaw 19, Linden 16
    
Southside-Gadsden 34, Moody 28
    
Southside-Selma 20, Dallas County 18
    
St. Clair County 24, Springville 21
    
St. James 48, Catholic-Montgomery 10
    
St. Jude 34, Autaugaville 14
    
St. Paul's 28, UMS-Wright 0
    
Sulligent 29, South Lamar 21
    
Susan Moore 30, J.B. Pennington 27
    
Sylacauga 29, B.B. Comer 14
    
Sylvania 13, Ider 12
    
T.R. Miller 27, Sweet Water 6
    
Talladega County Central 30, Spring Garden 10
    
Tallassee 36, Elmore County 14
    
Tharptown 64, Alabama School for the Deaf 34
    
Theodore 27, Foley 26
    
Thompson 52, John Carroll Catholic 17
    
Vestavia Hills 21, Florence 7
    
Vigor 35, Murphy 28
    
W.S. Neal 42, Millry 12
    
Walker 9, Hueytown 3
    
Walter Wellborn 21, Weaver 14
    
West Limestone 54, Ardmore 16
    
West Point 41, Fairview 14
    
Westminster Christian Academy 38, Shoals Christian 6
    
Wetumpka 42, Marbury 8
    
White Plains 36, Collinsville 0
    
Wilcox Academy 42, Fort Dale Academy 14
    
Wilson 28, Elkmont 0
    
Woodland 21, Cleburne County 14

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