2019 Alabama 7A Region 3 high school football schedules

Alabama 7a region 3

When it comes to public school high school football leagues, Alabama’s Region 3 in Class 7A is one of the best in America.

Both Hoover and Thompson finished last season in the High School Football America 100 national rankings with Hewitt-Trussville and Mountain Brook spending a decent amount of time in the national poll.

Hoover and Thompson finished last season as co-champs of the eight team region. After beating the Thompson during the regular season, the Warriors got revenge on Hoover in the state semifinals.

7A Region 3

TeamLeagueOverall
  
Hoover Buccaneers(9-4) (6-1)
Thompson Warriors(11-2)(6-1)
Mountain Brook Spartans(9-3)(5-2)
Hewitt-Trussville Huskies(8-4)(5-2)
Vestavia Hills Rebels(6-4)(3-4)
Spain Park Jaguars(4-6)(2-5)
Tuscaloosa County Wildcats(3-7)(1-6)
Oak Mountainn Eagles(2-8)(0-7)

We’re still waiting for Thompson’s non-league games.

Hewitt-Trussville Huskies

August 23 – Pinson Valley

August 30 – West Forsyth (Georgia)

September 6 – @Oak Mountain*

September 13 – @Hoover*

September 20 – Spain Park*

September 27 – @Huffman

October 4 – Vestavia Hills*

October 11 – @Mountain Brook*

October 18 – @Tuscaloosa County*

October 25 – Thompson*

Hoover Buccaneers

August 24 – vs. Central (Phenix City, Alabama) at Cramton Bowl

August 30 – vs. Cocoa (Florida) at Milton HS in Georgia

September 6 – @Thompson*

September 13 – Hewitt-Trussville*

September 20 – Oak Mountain*

October 3 – @Tuscaloosa County*

October 18 – Vestavia Hills*

October 25 – @Mountain Brook*

November 1 – IMG Academy (Florida)

Mountain Brook Spartans

August 23 – Northridge

August 29 – Center Point

September 6 – Tuscaloosa County*

September 13 – @Spain Park*

September 20 – @Vestavia Hills*

October 4 – Oak Mountain*

October 11 – Hewitt-Trussville*

October 18 – @Thompson

October 25 – Hoover

November 1 – @Gardendale

Oak Mountain Eagles

August 23 – @Chelsea

September 6 – Hewitt-Trussville*

September 13 – Thompson*

September 20 – @Hoover*

September 27 – Pelham

October 4 – @Mountain Brook*

October 11 – Tuscaloosa County*

October 18 – @Spain Park*

October 25 – @Vestavia Hills*

November 1 – Pace (Florida)

Spain Park Jaguars

August 23 – @Hillcrest

August 30 – Bessemer

September 6 – @Vestavia Hills*

September 13 – Mountain Brook*

September 20 – @Hewitt-Trussville*

October 4 – Thompson*

October 11 – @Hoover

October 18 – Oak Mountain

October 25 – @Tuscaloosa County

November 1 – Shades Valley

Thompson Warriors

September 6 – Hoover*

September 13 – @Oak Mountain*

September 20 – Tuscaloosa County*

October 4 – @Spain Park*

October 11 – @Vestavia Hills*

October 18 – Mountain Brook*

October 25 – @Hewitt-Trussville*

Tuscaloosa County Wildcats

August 23 – Demopolis

October 30 – Hillcrest

September 6 – @Mountain Brook*

September 13 – Vestavia Hills

September 20 – @Thompson*

October 3 – Hoover*

October 11 – Oak Mountain*

October 18 – Hewitt-Trussville*

October 25 – Spain Park*

November 1 – @Northridge

Vestavia Hills Rebels

August 30 – Homewood

September 6 – Spain Park*

September 13 – @Tuscaloosa County*

September 20 – Mountain Brook*

September 27 – Shades Valley

October 4 – @Hewitt-Trussville*

October 11 – Thompson*

October 18 – @Hoover*

October 25 – Oak Mountain*

November 1 – @Huffman

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Jeff Fisher
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