High School Football America Alabama Top 10 – Week 11

Alabama Top 10

No changes in the latest High School Football America Alabama Top 10, but the week ahead will causes some shake-up next week.

In the 7A quarterfinals, defending state champ Hoover, currently ranked No. 86 in our Top 100, takes-on unbeaten Hewitt-Trussville, currently ranked No. 43 in the national rankings. The winner will face the winner of the game between No. 79 Thompson and Mountain Brook.

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In the other half of the bracket, No. 2 Central (Phenix City) takes-on Lee with the winner getting the winner of the game between No. 6 McGill-Toolen and No. 9 Auburn.

High School Football America Alabama Top 10

No. 1 Hewitt-Trussville 11-0, LW: #1

No. 2 Central (Phenix City) 10-0, LW: #2

No. 3 Thompson 11-0, LW: #3

No. 4 Hoover 8-3, LW: #4

No. 5 Pinson Valley 11-0, LW: #5

No. 6 McGill-Toolen 11-0, LW: #6

No. 7 Oxford 11-0, LW: #7

No. 8 Austin 11-0, LW: #8

No. 9 Auburn 10-1, LW: #9

No. 10 Spanish Fort 10-1, LW: #10

Dropped-out: No. 10 Mountain Brook

Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.

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