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Highland Home Forfeits Six Wins, Placed on Probation

MONTGOMERY – Highland Home High School has been fined and placed on probation for one year for violating AHSAA eligibility rules. The school self-reported the violation. Highland Home played an ineligible student in violation of the AHSAA’s Bona Fide Transfer Rule, which can be found on page 33 of the 2019-20 AHSAA Handbook. Highland Home’s football program must forfeit all games…

Charles Henderson Basketball Player Receiving National Support After Suspension

Charles Henderson senior Maori Davenport loves basketball. Her career is highlighted by winning a state championship her junior year and winning the gold medal while playing for Team USA U-18 last summer in Mexico. “When I got the medal, I was shocked,” Davenport says. “I got to stand there while they played the National Anthem and put the medal around…

3 Defending champs survive AHSAA’s 3rd round of football playoffs

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (ahsaa.com)  – Three defending state champions and nine undefeated teams emerged from the third round of the AHSAA State Football Playoffs Friday night. McGill-Toolen Catholic (13-0) beat Central-Phenix City 35-21 in the Class 7A semifinals to advance to the Super 7 state championship game at Jordan-Hare Stadium Nov. 30. Hoover (11-2) beat Gadsden City in the other semifinal…

Elba Wins Playoff Game After AL Supreme Clears Game to be Played

ELBA, Ala. (AP) – Defending Class 2A state football champion Elba won a playoff game that was played only after the Alabama Supreme Court cleared the way for kickoff. The Tigers defeated Samson 48-20 in a second-round game on Monday night. The teams played hours after the justices upheld a decision to disqualify a third school from the playoffs. The…

Alabama Supreme Court upholds AHSAA’s ruling, Elba & Samson game kicks tonight

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (ahsaa.com)  — The second-round Class 2A football playoff game between Elba and Samson postponed last Friday will be played tonight at 7:30 p.m., after the Alabama State Supreme Court ruled Monday on two conflicting Alabama Judicial Court rulings issued last Thursday. The Supreme Court upheld the AHSAA Executive Director’s ruling. On Thursday, Nov. 10 at 11:42 a.m., the…

AHSAA Prep Football Playoffs final scores

CLASS 1A Georgiana (11-0) 28, Millry (4-7) 6 Isabella (10-1) 46, Winterboro (6-5) 6 Linden (11-0) 77, Houston County (6-5) 7 Notasulga (7-4) 37, Ragland (7-4) 36 Wadley (10-0) 50, Loachapoka (3-8) 7 Sweet Water (8-2) 47, McKenzie (7-4) 6 Maplesville (10-0) 61, Talladega County Central (4-6) 6 Brantley (7-4) 55, Marengo (6-5) 38 Cedar Bluff (8-3) 41, Berry (5-6)…

Coosa-Central & Childersburg close regular season with state records

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (ahsaa.com)  – Coosa Central High School went into its final game of the regular season needing a win over Childersburg to keep its slim playoff hopes alive. Childersburg was hoping to close out its season with a win and a two-game winning streak. In the end, the two teams walked off the field after final handshakes with a…

T-Birds among 20 unbeaten teams as 2016 AHSAA Football playoffs set

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (ahsaa.com) – All seven defending state football champions and 20 unbeaten teams are among the 208-team state playoff field announced by the Alabama High School Athletic Association Saturday morning. The state football playoffs get underway Thursday night, Nov. 3, with two Class 6A first-round games, and 102 games are scheduled for Friday, Nov. 4. All contests are scheduled…

AHSAA’S first round playoff pairings include Jeff Davis

AHSAA STATE FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS First-round Pairings   CLASS 1A Millry at Georgiana Winterboro at Isabella Houston County at Linden Notasulga at Ragland Loachapoka at Wadley McKenzie at Sweet Water Talladega Co. Central at Maplesville Marengo at Brantley Berry at Cedar Bluff Phillips at Decatur Heritage Coosa Christian at Pickens County Sumiton Christian at Cherokee Lynn at Hackleburg Woodville at Hubbertville…

Robert E. Lee forfeits 6 2016 football wins

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (ahsaa.com)  – Robert E. Lee High School of Montgomery has been fined, placed on probation for one year and ordered to forfeit six varsity football wins for violating the AHSAA eligibility rules. The school self-reported the violation. Lee played an ineligible student in violation of the AHSAA Suspensions Rule found on page 36 of the 2016-17 AHSAA Handbook,…