High School Football Season Begins

This week started the Fall 2020 football season. AHSAA Kickoff classic was this Thursday & Friday in Montgomery at Crampton Bowel. Tallassee & Reeltown had it out with an overtime game with Reeltown winning, 27-21. Also Thursday night, Chambers Academy shutdown Lee-Scoot Academy 48-7.

On Friday night, Opelika Bulldogs traveled to Millbrook and took on Stanhope-Elmore Mustangs. The game ended with Bulldogs making a first down keeping the ball from the mustangs as the clock running out and winning the game 27-21.

Hopefully, the season will continue as people continue the new norm of wearing mask & other things to keep Corvid-19 from stopping the season.

Football Scoreboard Scores furnished by AHSAA
Saturday’s Games
Jeff Davis (7A) vs. Sidney Lanier (6A), Cramton Bowl
New Hope (4A) at Crossville (5A)
Oxford (6A) at Thompson (7A), WOTM TV 
Westbrook Christian (2A) at Coosa Christian (1A)
Thursday’s results
AHSAA Kickoff Classic
Pike Road 63, Montgomery Catholic 34

Other Games
Class 7A
Fairhope 45, Spanish Fort 34

Spain Park 52, Huntsville 21

Tuscaloosa County 35, Paul Bryant 0

Class 6A
Cullman 23, Grissom 0

Jasper 30, Mars Hill Bible 20

Class 5A
Ardmore 42, Tanner 18

Jemison 35, Thorsby 8

Russellville 28, Decatur 0

Class 4A
Good Hope 47, West Morgan 19

Northside 27, Berry 7
Rogers 35, Richland (Tenn.) 19
Williamson 14, LeFlore 12

Class 3A
Carbon Hill 48, Curry 28

Lauderdale County 20, Lexington 7

Reeltown 27, Tallassee 21 (OT)

Trinity Presbyterian 24, Alabama Christian 7
Vinemont 31, Hanceville 30
Winfield 26, Fayette County 6
Class 2A
Colbert County 21, Brooks 7

Friday’s results
AHSAA Kickoff Classic
Prattville 40, Wetumpka 10

Other Games
Class 7A
Alma Bryant 13, B.C. Rain 0
Auburn 46, Park Crossing 28
Austin 31, Hartselle 7
Daphne 26, Lee-Montgomery 19
Gadsden City 34, Etowah 0
Hewitt-Trussville 44, Pinson Valley 19
Hoover 45, Central-Phenix City 35
Mary Montgomery 14, Baldwin County 13
Oak Mountain 38, Chelsea 2
Class 6A
Arab 13, Albertville 6
Briarwood Christian 28, Ft. Payne 20
Clay-Chalkville 38, Shades Valley 19
Eufaula 50, Carroll 7
Gardendale 22, Sparkman 7
Jackson-Olin 62, Woodlawn 7
Hazel Green 22, Mae Jemison 6
Helena 43, Dallas County 0
Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 49, Homewood 19
Huffman 44, Benjamin Russell 26
Minor 54, Hueytown 37
Northridge 45, Sipsey Valley 6
Opelika 20, Stanhope Elmore 17
Pelham 28, Mortimer Jordan 21
Saraland 35, Theodore 14
Southside-Gadsden 40, Lincoln 27
Valley 49, Beauregard 13
Class 5A
Boaz 41, Hayden 34, had 65-minute lightning delay
Central-Clay County 35, Chilton County 0
Central-Tuscaloosa 50, Holt 6
Center Point 37, Wenonah 19
Demopolis 14, Calera 12
Douglas 48, Weaver 18
Elberta 24, Gulf Shores 9
Elmore County 27, Moody 7, had 1 hour lightning delay
Faith Academy 10, Andalusia 9
Greenville 15, Hillcrest-Evergreen 0
Holtville 1, Goshen 0, forfeit
John Carroll Catholic 28, Fultondale 10
Lee-Huntsville 38, Columbia 6
Marbury 1, Montevallo 0, forfeit
Ramsay 35, Bessemer City 0
Rehobeth 18, Providence Christian 0
Sardis 7, Glencoe 0
St. Paul’s Episcopal 31, McAdory 7
Sylacauga 33, Leeds 27
UMS-Wright 24, Baker 6

Class 4A
American Christian 47, Parker 21
Ashville 14, Oak Grove 13
Central-Florence 34, Colbert Heights 14
Cherokee County 41, Carver-Birmingham 0
Dora 21, Cordova 6
Gordo 48, Oakman 19
Greensboro at Bibb County, CANCELLED
Haleyville 28, Addison 6
Handley 41, Randolph County 0
Jackson 24, T.R. Miller 22
Jacksonville 48, St. John Paul II 0
Madison County 20, Buckhorn 19
Munford 21, Talladega 13
Randolph 62, Elkmont 0
Straughn 36, Pleasant Home 0
Vigor 1, Blount 0, forfeit
West Blocton 28, Brookwood 7
White Plains 37, Ranburne 21
Wilson 19, Clements 13
W.S. Neal 38, Excel 14
Class 3A
Bayside Academy 26, Escambia County 0
Collinsville 7, Section 0
Danville 33, Brewer 19
East Lawrence 41, Sulligent 12
Flomaton 1, Choctaw County 0, forfeit
Fyffe 48, Isabella 0
Hale County 27, Midfield 2
Holly Pond 1, Brindlee Mountain 0, forfeit
Houston Academy 16, Kinston 0
Montgomery Academy 14, Saint James 0
Northside Methodist 42, Houston County 21
Ohatchee 40, Cleburne County 13
Opp 67, Geneva 14
Phil Campbell 1, Phillips 0, forfeit
Piedmont 34, Geraldine 14
Saks 24, Sylvania 14
Southside-Selma 1, Francis Marion 0, forfeit
Walter Wellborn 12, Anniston 7
Wicksburg 14, Headland 0

Class 2A
Ariton 25, Dale County 13
Cleveland 1, Oneonta 0, forfeit
Cold Springs 43, Meek 40
Elba 50, Daleville 0
Gaston 38, Asbury 33
Horseshoe Bend 26, Wadley 15
Ider 24, Woodville 6
Lamar County 28, South Lamar 12
Lanett 47, Georgiana 0
Luverne 49, J.U. Blacksher 19
Orange Beach 35, J.F. Shields 20
Red Bay 1, Hamilton 0, forfeit
Sheffield 27, R.A. Hubbard 12
Washington County 1, Southern Choctaw 0, forfeit
West End-Walnut Grove 27, Susan Moore 21
Winston County 13, Lynn 7
Class 1A
Autaugaville 1, R.C. Hatch 0, forfeit
Billingsley 13, Prattville Christian 13, game delayed, will resume Aug. 27
Donoho at Pleasant Valley, rescheduled for Aug. 25
Gaylesville 28, Whitesburg Christian 21
Hubbertville 33, Phil Campbell 12
Keith 1, Wilcox Central 0, forfeit
Linden 1, Sumter Central 0, forfeit
Loachapoka 1, Beulah 0, forfeit
Maplesville 28, Highland Home 0
Valley Head 27, Ragland 14
Victory Christian 20, Sumiton Christian 8
Woodland 20, Fayetteville 16


Jamborees
Brantley 7, GW Long 0Cottage Hill Christian 42, St. Michael Catholic 7
Fairview 20, Falkville 0
Florala 46, Zion Chapel 0
Holtville 21, Southside-Selma 20
J.B. Pennington 35, Appalachian 14
Leroy 33, Millry 0
Marbury 20, Charles Henderson 13
McGill-Toolen Catholic 22, Davidson 0
Pleasant Grove 35, North Jackson 6
Sweet Water 20, Clarke County 6

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OHS has Scrimmage Before Opening Week.

Friday Night, 8/14, was a little different at Opelika High School Bulldog Stadium. Spectators for the night’s event were limited to family members players as sat in family groups on both sides of the stadium. On the field, it was business as usual. Coach Erik Speakman and his staff ran scripted plays with all to components of a regular game. 

Coming off last year with a great finish was running back Eric Watts. Watts showed he was still up to the task his senior year by using his speed hitting the holes and headed downfield. Looking forward the Watts having another great year with the dawgs. #OpelikaEricWatts

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