Alabama High School Football Playoff Scores – 7A Semifinals & 6A-1A Quarterfinals

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The Alabama Class 7A state championship game is set and it will be a rematch of last year’s title tilt. Defending state champ Central (Phenix City) will take-on Thompson.

Friday night, Central advanced to the state title game at Jordan-Hare Stadium at Auburn on December 4 with a 38-0 shutout of Auburn High. Thompson beat Hoover 35-21 in the other semifinal.

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Below are all of the quarterfinal scores from every classification.

Alabama High School Football Playoff Scores

CLASS 7A

Semifinals

Central-Phenix City 38, Auburn 0

Thompson 35, Hoover 21

CLASS 6A

Quarterfinals

Opelika 45, Hueytown 24

Oxford 20, Clay-Chalkville 13

Pinson Valley 26, Muscle Shoals 14

Spanish Fort 28, Park Crossing 21

CLASS 5A

Quarterfinals

Briarwood Christian 7, Bibb Co. 3

Central-Clay Co. 43, Madison Co. 15

Mortimer Jordan 32, Center Point 14

Pleasant Grove 51, Ramsay 22

CLASS 4A

Quarterfinals

Andalusia 24, American Chr. 0

Anniston 30, Deshler 13

Jacksonville 63, Northside 27

UMS-Wright 21, Montgomery Catholic 0

CLASS 3A

Quarterfinals

Mobile Chr. 41, Gordo 21

Piedmont 33, Geraldine 7

T.R. Miller 14, Flomaton 12

Walter Wellborn 27, Randolph Co. 20

CLASS 2A

Quarterfinals

Collinsville 37, North Sand Mountain 28

Fyffe 45, Red Bay 6

Leroy 35, Ariton 24

Reeltown 41, G.W. Long 22

CLASS 1A

Quarterfinals

Lanett 41, Isabella 21

Mars Hill 42, Decatur Heritage 21 (Thursday)

Pickens Co. 31, Spring Garden 24

Sweet Water 38, Brantley 35

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