2015 Alabama high school football playoff scores – 1st Round

Alabama High School Athletic Association

THURSDAY’S FIRST-ROUND PLAYOFF SCORES
AHSAA

CLASS 7A
James Clemens 22, Hewitt-Trussville 0

CLASS 6A
Austin 35, Pinson Valley 7
Benjamin Russell 41, Saraland 10
Clay-Chalkville 48, Cullman 14
Gardendale 38, Hartselle 14
Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 36, Northview 15
McAdory 35, Wetumpka 3
Walker 35, Scottsboro 9

CLASS 5A
Alexandria 41, West Point 21
Demopolis 48, Charles Henderson 13
Greenville 42, Dallas Co. 15
Hayden 19, East Limestone 0
Jackson 35, Tallassee 7
Mortimer Jordan 46, Lawrence Co. 20
Russellville 10, Anniston 7
Wenonah 48, Randolph 0

CLASS 4A
Brooks 35, Jacksonville 21
Cherokee Co. 45, Deshler 26
Cleburne Co. 31, Wilson 12
Cordova 33, Oneonta 14
Dadeville 54, Thomasville 53
Fayette Co. 49, DAR 38
Hamilton 29, Priceville 28
Leeds 43, Clarke Co. 0
Montevallo 21, St. James 7
Straughn 7, Bibb Co. 6
West Limestone 42, Saks 36

CLASS 3A
American Chr. 38, Slocomb 13
Colbert Co. 20, Glencoe 7
Daleville 40, Greensboro 18
Gordo 42, Wicksburg 14
Lauderdale Co. 22, Walter Wellborn 7
Madison Acad. 56, Weaver 21
New Hope 28, Winston Co. 13
North Sand Mountain 27, Susan Moore 13
Oakman 37, Plainview 19
Piedmont 34, Lexington 0
Pike Co. 14, Aliceville 6
Winfield 34, Geraldine 7

CLASS 2A
Cleveland 23, Reeltown 20
Falkville 35, Hatton 34
Fayetteville 35, Ariton 26
Fyffe 50, LaFayette 15
Pickens Co. 38, Samson 32
Red Bay 56, Addison 15
Sulligent 63, Cold Springs 27
Tanner 73, Phil Campbell 7
Washington Co. 39, Goshen 0

CLASS 1A
Berry 38, Vina 14
Brantley 35, A.L. Johnson 12
Cedar Bluff 47, Ragland 26
Decatur Heritage 29, Meek 28
Hackleburg 49, Hubbertville 34
Maplesville 49, Kinston 12
South Lamar 54, Phillips 42
Victory Chr. 33, Woodville 19

AISA
Edgewood Acad. 48, Wilcox Acad. 6
Jackson Acad. 50, Crenshaw Chr. 0
Marengo Acad. 60, Macon-East 14
South Choctaw Acad. 20, Cornerstone Chr. 13

About the Author

Jeff Fisher
Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.