2015 Alabama high school football playoff scores – Round 3

Alabama High School Athletic Association

CLASS 7A
Central-Phenix City 20, Lee-Montgomery 13 (OT)
Hoover 24, Vestavia Hills 0
McGill-Toolen 42, Auburn 3
Spain Park 13, James Clemens 10

CLASS 6A
Austin 27, Briarwood Chr. 0
Benjamin Russell 34, McAdory 3
Bessemer City 10, Blount 7
Clay-Chalkville 40, Homewood 39
Gardendale 48, Walker 28
Minor 23, Muscle Shoals 16
Opelika 48, Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 0
Spanish Fort 51, Northridge 14

CLASS 5A
Alexandria 36, Pleasant Grove 14
Beauregard 30, Helena 7
Demopolis 28, Vigor 17
Guntersville 26, Hayden 10
Jackson 48, Eufaula 21
Mortimer Jordan 30, Wenonah 20
Russellville 42, Parker 21
St. Paul’s 24, Greenville 23

CLASS 4A
Andalusia 44, Dadeville 26
Brooks 50, North Jackson 21
Cordova 39, West Limestone 7
Fayette Co. 40, Cleburne Co. 23
Hamilton 21, Cherokee Co. 14
Leeds 62, Montevallo 7
Munford 25, Straughn 15
UMS-Wright 49, Trinity Presbyterian 14

CLASS 3A
Bayside Acad. 49, Daleville 41
Colbert Co. 26, Winfield 20
Gordo 33, Opp 14
Hillcrest-Evergreen 30, American Chr. 27
Lauderdale Co. 48, New Hope 0
Madison Acad. 44, North Sand Mountain 7
Piedmont 64, Oakman 22
T.R. Miller 49, Pike Co. 8

CLASS 2A
Cleveland 38, Sulligent 13
Elba 64, Pickens Co. 14
Flomaton 49, Fayetteville 10
Fyffe 14, Red Bay 7
G.W. Long 48, Mobile Chr. 23
Ranburne 56, Tanner 55 (2 OT)
Randolph Co. 56, Falkville 27
Washington Co. 48, Providence Chr. 21

CLASS 1A
Berry 46, Victory Chr. 14
Brantley 47, Verbena 26
Cedar Bluff 37, Hackleburg 14
Decatur Heritage 30, Spring Garden 22
Georgiana 28, Billingsley 0
Linden 26, Notasulga 14
Maplesville 50, Marengo 6
Wadley 29, South Lamar 8

AISA
Abbeville Chr. 45, Jackson Acad. 20
Bessemer Acad. 45, Autauga Acad. 7
Chambers Acad. 22, South Choctaw Acad. 19
Edgewood Acad. 49, Clarke Prep 12
Marengo Acad. 48, Pickens Acad. 7
Monroe Acad. 34, Lee-Scott Acad. 7

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