2018 Alabama high school football playoff scores – 2nd Round

Alabama High School Athletic Association

Alabama High School Football Playoff Scores

CLASS 7A QUARTERFINALS

Central-Phenix City 14, McGill-Toolen 0

Hoover 42, Mountain Brook 17

Lee-Montgomery 12, Auburn 6

Thompson 37, Hewitt-Trussville 13

CLASS 6A SECOND ROUND

Clay-Chalkville 35, Hartselle 7

Homewood 14, Gardendale 0

Opelika 42, Bessemer City 26

Oxford 49, Decatur 0

Pinson Valley 45, Muscle Shoals 21

Saraland 6, Hueytown 0

Spanish Fort 30, McAdory 0

Wetumpka 20, Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 17 (OT)

CLASS 5A SECOND ROUND

Central-Clay Co. 44, Madison Acad. 19

Demopolis 21, Pleasant Grove 14

Etowah 24, Center Point 14

Greenville 43, Bibb Co. 16

Jasper 41, Southside-Gadsden 14

Mortimer Jordan 41, East Limestone 9

Ramsay 25, Jackson 22

Vigor 26, Briarwood Chr. 0

CLASS 4A SECOND ROUND

American Chr. 10, Montgomery Catholic 3

Andalusia 51, Headland 22

Deshler 42, Fayette Co. 21

Good Hope 27, Jacksonville 12

Hillcrest-Evergreen 42, Alabama Chr. 0

Hokes Bluff 33, North Jackson 13

Oneonta 56, DAR 20

UMS-Wright 48, Trinity 7

CLASS 3A SECOND ROUND

Flomaton 32, Winfield 7

Gordo 20, Mobile Chr. 17

Piedmont 41, J.B. Pennington 16

Pike Co. 21, Thomasville 14

Providence Chr. 27, St. James 6

Randolph Co. 28, Geraldine 18

Saks 38, Fultondale 14

Westminster Christian 48, Midfield 44

CLASS 2A SECOND ROUND

Addison 26, Ranburne 15

Aliceville 20, Collinsville 9

Ariton 36, Cottage Hill Chr. 27

Fyffe 35, Colbert Co. 0

Highland Home 42, LaFayette 3

Leroy 27, Daleville 26

Luverne 41, Abbeville 20

Ohatchee 42, Red Bay 6

CLASS 1A SECOND ROUND

Lanett 14, Marengo 6

Linden 28, Elba 0

Maplesville 21, Georgiana 14

Mars Hill 38, Donoho 7

Pickens Co. 34, Falkville 15

South Lamar 48, Winterboro 14

Spring Garden 16, Waterloo 8

St. Luke’s 46, Wadley 16

AISA CHAMPIONSHIPS

CLASS AAA: Monroe Academy 41, Bessemer Academy 35

CLASS AA: Autauga Academy 49, Escambia Academy 0

CLASS A: Chambers Academy 22, Crenshaw Christian 12

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