Soccer Excessive Reside: Updates, scores from Friday’s HS video games

Wayne Grant

After tonight, we are going to know the AISA state champions, the AHSAA Class 7A finalists and the semifinalists in Courses 1A-6A.

Examine again often all through the night time for updates and highlights from throughout the state. Last scores and full pairings for subsequent week shall be posted as quickly as they’re accessible.

Right here we go:

9:25 PM, Finest sport continues to be in Leroy …

9:21 PM, Is there anybody hotter than Ramsay: Rams pound Russellville 54-14.

One other remaining: Abbeville 38, Isabella 20

Piedmont 38, Saks 20 (So subsequent week, we get that Piedmont-Fyffe sport we’ve all needed to see all 12 months)

Mountain Brook 21, Clay-Chalkville 10

9:19 PM, In the meantime … Thompson nonetheless scoring. Warriors lead Hoover 45-14 on Conner Harrell’s 36-yard TD go to Ryan Peppins. 10:28 nonetheless left within the sport.

9:14 PM, Last scores:

St. Pauls’ 27, Central-Clay County 13 (Profession win No. 200 for Steve Masks, Win No. 100 at St. Paul’s). Saints shall be at dwelling in opposition to Area 1 rival Religion Academy subsequent week.

Spanish Fort 24, Blount 14 (Toros will tackle Saraland or Opelika within the semifinals)

Linden 35, Candy Water 6

Religion Academy 37, UMS-Wright 16 (Religion snaps Bulldogs’ 17-game playoff win streak, advances to AHSAA semifinals for first time)

American Christian 38, Alabama Christian 7

9:13 PM, Nonetheless in progress:

Etowah 42, Northside 14

9:10 PM, Including on: Pinson Valley tacks on a 26-yard FG with 43 seconds left within the third. In what may very well be the shocker of the night time, the Indians lead No. 1 and defending champ Oxford 27-2.

9:09 PM, One other remaining rating: Spring Backyard 21, North Sand Mountain 0

9:08 PM, Bought a traditional getting in Leroy. It’s all tied.

9:06 PM, Opelika sticking round: Bulldogs down 32-20 at Saraland after 3. Spartans had been up 26-0 at one level.

9:04 PM, UMS in hassle: UMS’ 17-game playoff profitable streak in large jeopardy now. Colton Wooden hits Dorian Smith with a 31-yard TD go. Religion leads 30-16 with 4:36 left within the sport.

8:59 PM, First remaining of the night time: Fyffe 26, Ohatchee 7

Nice Grove 35, Alexandria 7 (Finish 3)

Ramsay 54, Russellville 7 (Finish 3)

St. Paul’s 27, Central-Clay County 13 (5:20 remaining)

Mountain Brook 21, Clay-Chalkville 10 (6:48 left)

Thompson 38, Hoover 14

Auburn 28, Central-Phenix Metropolis 17 (Finish 3)

8:58 PM, No giving up: Hoover cuts the Thompson result in 31-14 however nonetheless a protracted highway to go.

8:54 PM, Getting late:

Linden 28, Candy Water 6

Saraland 26, Opelika 13

Leroy 21, Lanett 14

Spanish Fort 24, Blount 14 (Brendon Byrd with a 1-yard run after a 70-yard fumble return by Logan Ganey). 10:22 left within the sport.

Montgomery Catholic 17, Thomasville 0 (10:31 left)

Religion Academy 23, UMS-Wright 16 (8:06 left)

8:52 PM, Not so quick: After Central-Clay County reduce the St. Paul’s result in 20-7, Zack Grey returned the kickoff 99 yards for a rating. That ought to do it. Saints lead 27-7 now in 5A quarters.

8:50 PM, In Progress:

St. Paul’s 20, Central-Clay County 7

Ramsay 47, Russellville 7

8:48 PM, Controversy in Auburn?

8:44 PM, Toros again on high: Jacob Godfrey’s 4-yard run provides Spanish Fort a 17-14 lead on Blount with 22 seconds left within the third.

In one other 6A sport, Jaren Van Winkle kicks a 35-yard FG for Clay-Chalkville. Cougars nonetheless path Mountain Brook 14-10 with 24 seconds left within the third.

Montgomery Academy leads rival Trinity 28-14.

8:40 PM, Extra scores in progress:

Piedmont 17, Saks 14

Leroy 14, Lanett 14

Mars Hill 42, Aliceville 0 (Peyton Higgins 4 TDs)

Etowah 28, Northside 14

Fyffe 26, Ohatchee 7

Spring Backyard 14, North Sand Mountain 0

St. Paul’s 20, Central-Clay County 0

8:38 PM, He’s again … Joseph McKay, injured in a win over Theodore final week, is again. His run cuts Auburn’s lead over Central to 21-17 within the third. Winner to the 7A title sport.

8:35 PM, UMS again on high: Trey Singleton scores on a 1-yard run after a Religion fumble inside the ten. Bulldogs lead the Rams 16-15.

8:34 PM, Auburn extends lead: Amaury Hutchinson with a 2-yard run. Tigers lead Central-Phenix Metropolis 21-10.

8:31 PM, Rolling into the semis? Bestor McFadden with a TD go to Vinnie Bosio. Class 5A No. 2 St. Paul’s now up 20-0 on two-time defending 5A champ Central-Clay County.

8:25 PM, All Indians: It’s been all Indians up to now over No. 1 Oxford. The Pinson Valley protection has allowed simply 80 yards, compelled three turnovers and sacked the quarterback 3 occasions. Ga’Quincy McKinstry has a 25-yard TD catch and has held Tennessee commit Roc Taylor with no catch up to now.

8:20 PM, Now that’s the Fyffe workforce we all know: Ike Rowell with an 8-yard TD go to Justin Stifel. Purple Devils lead Ohatchee 19-0 with 8:35 left within the third.

On the half, Saraland 26, Opelika 6

8:09 PM, Spartan domination: Saraland is having its approach with Opelika within the 6A quarterfinals. Elijah Johnston with a 70-yard Decide 6. Saraland now up 26-0 with 13 seconds left within the half and rolling.

In one other blowout, Ramsay is throughout Russellville 41-7 on the half.

Blount 14, Spanish Fort 10 (half)

Thompson 28, Hoover 7 (2:56 left within the half)

Auburn 14, Central-Phenix Metropolis 10 (half)

Mars Hill 35, Aliceville 0

Montgomery Academy 21, Trinity 7

American Christian 17, Alabama Christian 7

Abbeville 20, Isabella 14

Thompson 31, Hoover 7

Linden 14, Candy Water 0

8:08 PM, Try this reception from Religion Academy junior Shemar James:

8:02 PM, Scores:

Leroy 14, Lanett 7

Montgomery-Catholic 14, Thomasville 0

Mountain Brook 14, Clay-Chalkville 7

Pinson Valley 21 Oxford 2

Nice Grove 21 Alexandria 0

Piedmont 10 Saks 0

7:49 PM, On the half: Fyffe 12, Ohatchee 0

Religion Academy 15, UMS-Wright 9

St. Paul’s 13, Central-Clay County 0

In the meantime, it’s a runaway in Alabaster. Thompson now up 28-0 on Hoover.

7:47 PM, Jarris once more: After Spanish Fort responded to Blount’s TD with a Brendon Byrd to Micah Gaffney TD, Jarris Williams scores once more on a 66-yard run. Leopards lead the Toros 14-10 with 4:26 left within the half.

7:46 PM, Central on high at Auburn: A Noah Pell FG provides the Purple Devils a 10-7 lead on the Tigers.

7:45 PM, Pinson taking it to the champs within the first half:

7:41 PM, Blount on the board: Troy commit Jarris Williams with a 10-yard run, his seventh TD of the playoffs. Leopards take their first lead on Spanish Fort, 7-3 with 5:35 left within the half.

Different scores:

Leroy 14, Lanett 0

Ramsay 21, Russellville 0

Auburn 7, Central-Phenix Metropolis 7

Isabella 14, Abbeville 14

7:39 PM, All Thompson within the rematch: Jarrett Crockett with a 3-yard TD run. He now has 84 yards and a couple of TDs on 12 carries. Hoover has minus-2 yards of offense. Warriors lead 21-0 with 11:54 left within the second quarter.

7:38 PM, St. Paul’s tacks on: After one other interception, St. Paul’s can’t convert a TD, however Grayson Myles kicks a brief subject purpose. Saints up 13-0 within the second quarter on Central-Clay County.

7:30 PM, Toros rating first: Spanish Fort up 3-0 on Blount early within the second quarter On the Hill.

Shemar James with a leaping TD catch from Colton Wooden. James with a 2-point run. Religion leads UMS-Wright 15-9.

Grayson Myles with a 37-yard subject purpose for St. Paul’s. Saints now up 10-0 on Central-Clay County.

Fyffe 12, Ohatchee 0 (Ike Rowell 2 TDs)

Edward Osley with a 14-yard run. Clay-Chalkville and Mountain Brook are tied 7-7 with 7:43 left within the half.

7:27 PM, After 1:

UMS-Wright 9, Religion Academy 7

Mountain Brook 7, Clay-Chalkville 0

Catholic 7, Thomasville 0

St. Paul’s 7, Central-Clay County 0

Leroy 7, Lanett 0

7:22 PM, Mars Hill being Mars Hill: Justin McDaniel runs in for a 14-yard rating following an interception. Mars Hill up 14-0 on Aliceville.

Different scores:

Blount 0, Spanish Fort 0 (After 1)

Saraland 14, Opelika 0

Nice Grove 7, Alexandria 0

Fyffe 6, Ohatchee 0 (Ike Rowell 2-yard run. Missed PAT. Leaping reception by Brody Dalton arrange the rating)

Catholic 7, Thomasville 0

Ramsay 14, Russellville 0 (Kamren Ivory 76-yard go to deep ball to Kameron Thomas on third down. Massive play.)

7:20 PM, The Reply: Religion Academy takes the lead over UMS 7-3 with a protracted TD drive, however Colby Stafford returns the following kickoff 91 yards. He returned a kick 95 yards final week in opposition to Pike Highway. The PAT is not any good. Bulldogs lead 9-7.

7:17 PM, Warriors taking management early: After {a partially} blocked punt, Thompson QB Conner Harrell throws a 3-yard TD go to Sam Mitchell. Thompson shortly up 14-0 with 6:21 nonetheless left within the first.

Different scores:

St. Paul’s 7, Central-Clay County 0 (Bestor McFadden 1 run)

Isabella 7, Abbeville 0

Glenwood 7, Pike Liberal Arts 0

Etowah 7, Northside 0

Auburn 7, Central-Phenix Metropolis 0

Fyffe 0, Ohatchee 0 (Finish 1)

7:08 PM, That was fast:

Thompson up 7-0 on Hoover with 10:47 left within the first on an 80-yard drive.

Mountain Brook up 7-0 on Clay-Chalkville on Strother Gibbs’ 3-yard run

Grant Carpenter with a 27-yard FG. UMS leads Religion Academy 3-0 after one drive.

Leroy up 7-0 on Lanett with 7:40 left within the first on Averian Malone’s 44-yard go to Caleb Moore.

7:04 PM, Nothing doing for the Saints: St. Paul’s picks up one first downs, then stalls and punts to Central-Clay County. No rating within the 5A quarterfinal sport in Cellular.

6:47 PM, No. 1 vs. Kool-Support: Class 6A No. 1 Oxford faces high prospect Ga’Quincy McKinstry and Pinson Valley tonight within the Class 6A quarterfinals.

6:42 PM, Two milestones in 1? St. Paul’s head coach Steve Masks can attain a pair of teaching milestones if his workforce beats Central-Clay County within the 5A quarterfinals tonight. A win would give Masks No. 100 at St. Paul’s and No. 200 for his teaching profession total.

6:14 PM, One other state champion topped: Chambers Academy holds of Escambia Academy 36-34 in Montgomery to win the AISA Class AA crown. Try the story and photographs right here.

6:03 PM, Pre-game scenes from across the state:

Wayne Grant

Crenshaw Christian coach Wayne Grant holds up the championship trophy after his workforce’s win over Abbeville on Friday in Montgomery. Grant additionally gained 5 state titles at Pike County Excessive. (Tim Gayle |

4:31 PM, First state title of 2020 goes to … Crenshaw Christian. The Cougars rallied within the second half at Montgomery’s Cramton Bowl to defeat Abbeville Christian 40-20 for the AISA Class A crown. Coach Wayne Grant gained his sixth title total. Learn concerning the win right here.

2:18 PM, Teaching modifications: There have been two teaching modifications introduced up to now 24 hours. Jamie Riggs, who has gained 316 video games, stepped down at Houston Academy and was changed by Eddie Brundidge. Kyle Davis was relieved of his duties at West Finish after seven seasons.

1:16 PM, One within the Books: In the one Thursday sport of the week, junior Tanner Bailey threw 5 TDs and ran for an additional as Gordo defeated West Limestone 48-13 within the 4A quarterfinals. The Inexperienced Wave will play both Northside or Etowah subsequent week within the semifinals. Examine Gordo’s win right here.





Linden (12-0) at Candy Water (8-2)

Maplesville (9-3) at Brantley (12-0)

Good (7-5) at Berry (10-1)

Hubbertville (9-2) at Pickens County (9-3)


Isabella (11-1) at Abbeville (10-2)

Lanett (10-2) at Leroy (10-1)

North Sand Mountain (11-1) at Spring Backyard (11-1)

Mars Hill Bible (10-2) at Aliceville (7-4)


Trinity Presbyterian (10-2) at Montgomery Academy (12-0)

Montgomery Catholic (10-2) at Thomasville (10-1)

Fyffe (12-0) at Ohatchee (11-1)

Saks (8-3) at Piedmont (11-1)


American Christian (12-0) at Alabama Christian (10-2)

Bibb County (10-2) at Handley (10-1)

Northside (10-2) at Etowah (9-2)

West Limestone (11-1) at Gordo (11-1)


UMS-Wright (8-4) at Religion Academy (11-1)

Central, Clay County (11-1) vs. St. Paul’s (12-0)

Nice Grove (9-2) at Alexandria (11-1)

Russellville (10-2) at Ramsay (11-0)


Opelika (9-2) at Saraland (10-2)

Blount (8-4) at Spanish Fort (9-3)

Oxford (11-1) at Pinson Valley (9-2)

Clay-Chalkville (11-1) at Mountain Brook (11-1)



Central-Phenix Metropolis (8-4) at Auburn (10-1)

Hoover (11-1) at Thompson (12-0)

AISA championships

(at Cramton Bowl, Montgomery)


Glenwood (10-0) vs. Pike Liberal Arts (9-2), 7 p.m.


Chambers Academy 36, Escambia Academy 34


Crenshaw Christian 40, Abbeville Christian 20

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