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Important History of Alabama High school football

Most of the football fans know the teams which are regularly winning the state championship, but they don’t know about those team which have never
won a state playoff title.
Now we will describe those teams.
We ranked them according to all-time wins.

10.The aburn Tigers football team(534 wins) have won on guaranteeing a play-off title however missed the mark in 2013 against

The Hoover Bucs. They lost 20-3 in the super six victor game.

9. The post-Payne Wildcats (537 wins) have consented an 8-17 record at the end of the season games since their first appearance in 1984.

Just a single time, in 2010 have they progressed past the second round. The wildcats can make a case for a legendary title the group procured in 1964.

 

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8. The Dothan Tigers (538 wins) came very close back to back season to winning a championship trophy (1974 and 1975).
In 1974 they lost a thrilling title matchup against Homewood.

7. The Winfield Pirates (539 wins) arrived at the super six championship game in 2004 but lost against Oneonta.

6. The Opelika Bulldogs (539 wins) have created a playoff record of 31-25.
They have lost very badly against Hoover in 2012 ( 31-0).

5.The Foley Lions (559 wins) can achieve two mythical championships from 1961 to 62.
They have not come close to a playoff championship.

4. The Cullman Bearcats (571 wins) finished their 1962 season with an excellent record of 10-0. Several sources selected them as a mythical champion.

3.The Lineville Aggies (575 wins) have won the most playoff games of any other teams which have not won the championship trophy.

2.The Walker Vikings (578 wins) achieved the mythical championship in 1930 and 1957.

They have never won a blue map trophy.

1.The Hamilton Aggies (600 wins) have won the most football game but achieving a championship trophy.

 

In short list history of those teams above we have discussed

Team Hamilton:
Total won 600, lost 347, and tied 36 matches.

Team Walker:
Total won 578, lost 361, and tied 33 matches.

Team Lineville:
Total won 575, lost 322, and tied 25 matches.

Team Cullman:
Total won 571, lost 375, and tied 33 matches.

Team Foley:
Total won 559, lost 309, and tied 27 matches.

Team Opelika:
Total won 539, lost 384, and tied 18 matches.

Team Winfield:
Total won 539, lost 352, and tied 46 matches.

Team Dothan:
Total won 538, lost 383, and tied 31 matches.

Team Fort Payne:
Total won 537, lost 371, and tied 29 matches.

Team Auburn:
Total won 534, lost 373, and tied 34 matches.

Mr. Football award winners list in Alabama high school football

1. Player’s name is Tommy Compton(1982). He played for Vigor High school, and his position was the quarterback.

2. Player’s name is Freddy Weygand(1983). He played for Emma Sansom High school, and his position was Wide receiver.

3. Player name is Roderick Green(1984). He played for Gardendale High school, and his position was wide receiver.

4. Player’s name is Pierre Goode(1985). He played for Hazlewood High school, and his position was running back.

5. Player’s name is Larry Ware(1986). He played for Lee Montgomery High school, and his position was running back.

6. Player’s name is Robert Jones(1987). He played for Parker High school, and his position was running back.

7. Player’s name is Darrell Williams(1988). He played for Vigor High school, and his position was running back.

8. Player’s name is Steven Coleman(1989). He played for Pike County High school, and his position was running back.

9. Player’s name is David Palmer(1990). He played for Jackson-Olin High school, and his position was a quarterback.

10.Player’s name is Robert Davis(1991). He played for Homewood High school, and his position was running back.

11. Player’s name is Freddie Kitchens(1992). He played for Etowah High school, and his position was the quarterback.

12. Player’s name is Thomas Banks(1993). He played for West Jefferson High school, and his position was running back.

13. Player’s name is Dawud Rasheed(1994). He played for Shades Valley High school, and his position was running back.

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14. Player’s name is Gorman Thornton(1995). He played for Jefferson Davis High school, and his position was a tight end.

15. Player’s name is Antoneyo Williams(1996). He played for Central Tuscaloosa High school, and his position was running back.

16. Player’s name is Mac Campbell(1997). He played for Alexandria High school, and his position was running back.

17. Player’s name is DeMarco McNeil(1998). He played for Blount High school, and his position was a defensive lineman.

18. Player’s name is Cory Whisenant(1999). He played for Spring Ville High school, and his position was running back.

19. Player’s name is Cadillac Williams(2000). He played for Etowah High school, and his position was the quarterback.

20. Player’s name is Brandon Cox(2001). He played for Hewitt- Trussville High school and his position was the quarterback.

 

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21. Player’s name is JaMarcus Russel(2002). He played for Williamson High school, and his position was the quarterback.

22. Player’s name is Chris Nickson(2003). He played for Pike County High school, and his position was the quarterback.

23. Player’s name is Jarod Bryant(2004). He played for Hoover High school, and his position was the quarterback.

24. Player’s name is Andre Smith(2005). He played for Huffman High school, and his position was an offensive lineman.

25. Player’s name is Larry Smith(2006). He played for Prattville High school, and his position was the quarterback.

26. Player’s name is Julio Jones(2007). He played for Foley High school, and his position was Wide receiver.

27. Player’s name is Clint Moseley(2008). He played for Leroy High school, and his position was the quarterback.

28. Player’s name is Jeremy Turner(2009). He played for Hoover High school, and his position was a cornerback.

29. Player’s name is Jamal Golden(2010). He played for Wetumpka High school, and his position was the quarterback.

30. Player’s name is T.J. Yeldon(2011). He played for Daphne High school, and his position was running back.

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31. Player’s name is Jeremy Johnson(2012). He played for Carver High school, and his position was the quarterback.

32. Player’s name is Roc Thomas (2013). He played for Oxford High school, and his position was running back.

33. Player’s name is Kerryon Johnston(2014). He played for Madison Academy High school, and his position was running back.

34. Player’s name is Tyler Johston(2015). He played for Spanish Fort Beauregard High school, and his position was the quarterback.

35. Player’s name is La’damian Webb(2016). He played for Beauregard High school, and his position was running back.

36. Player’s name is Asa Martin(2017). She played for Austin High school, and his position was running back.

37. Player’s name is Bo Nix(2018). He played for Pinson Valley High school, and his position was the quarterback.

38. Player’s name is Kristian Story(2019). He played for Lanett High school, and his position was the quarterback.

 

Football team records of all time

MOST STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
All-Time
13 Hoover (W.A. Berry), 1977, 1982 (co-champ), 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017

11 Hazlewood, (1970, 1975, 1981, 1982, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2000)
10 Sweet Water, (1978, 1979, 1982, 1986, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2017)
9 UMS-Wright, (1987, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2008, 2012, 2017, 2018, 2019)
6 Clay County, (1994, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2002, 2005)
6 T.R. Miller, (1969, 1984, 1991, 1994, 2000, 2002)
6 Homewood, (1974, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005)

Consecutive

5 Hazlewood, (1988-92)
4 Hoover, (2002-05)
UMS-Wright (3), (2017-19)
Maplesville (3), (2014-16)
Hoover (3), (2012-14)
Sweet Water (3), (2006-08)
Homewood (3), (2000-02)
Blount (3), (1996-98)
Clay County (3), (1994-96)

MOST CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES
21 Hoover (W.A. Berry), 1969-2017
14 Hazlewood, 1970-2000
13 Sweet Water, 1978-2017
12 Colbert County, 1967-2002

MOST STATE PLAYOFF WINS
All-Time
101 Hoover (W.A. Berry), 1969-2019
90 T.R. Miller, 1969-2019
89 Colbert County, 1967-2019
85 Hazlewood, 1970-2008 (school now closed)
Maplesville (85), 1984-2019
85 Deshler, 1977-2019
84 UMS-Wright, 1985-2019
82 Sweet Water, 1969-2019
72 Brantley, 1976-2019
71 R.A. Hubbard (Courtland), 1985-2019
70 Reeltown, 1970-2019
Consecutive
29 Hazlewood, 1988-93
24 Hoover, 2001-06
19 Prattville, 2006-09
19 Courtland, 1988-91

BEST PLAYOFF WINNING PERCENTAGE

All-Time (Minimum 5 appearances)
818 Spanish Fort (36-8), 2008-2018
816 Hoover (99-21-1), 1969-2018
796 UMS-Wright (80-23), 1985-2018
794 Hazlewood (85-22), 1970-2008 (school now closed)
753 Clay County (64-21), 19769-2012 (school now closed)
750 Homewood (63-21), 1974-2018
743 Maplesville (84-29), 1984-2018
731 T.R. Miller (87-32), 1969-2018
731 Sweet Water (79-29), 1969-2018
719 Deshler (82-32), 1977-2018)
711 Leroy (64-26), 1980-2018
710 Colbert County (89-36-1) 1967-2018
710 R.A. Hubbard (Courtland) (71-29), 1985-2018
707 Prattville (53-22), 1983-2018

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