Alabama Super 7 championship games set

Alabama Super 7 high school football

Last week, nationally-ranked McGill-Toolen and Hoover punched their tickets to the Super 7 state championship games at Auburn’s Jordan-Hare Stadium.  Friday night, twelve other teams won their way into the Super 7.

Opelika advanced to the 6A final with a 41-23 win over Park Crossing in the state semifinals. Opelika, ranked #4 in the latest High School Football America Alabama Top 10, will face Ramsay in the state finals. Ramsay beat Austin Friday night 25-14.

Friday night in 1A, Maplesville became the only 2015 champ to return to the finals.  Maplesville will be going for its third straight state championship against Pickens County after beating Linden 36-14 in the semifinals.

Alabama High School Football Scores

State Semifinals
Friday, November 25, 2016

6A
Opelika 41 Park Crossing 23
Ramsay 25 Austin 14

5A
Beauregard 46 Jackson 25
Wenonah 14 Briarwood Christian 8

4A
Handley 19 Andalusia 0
Madison Academy 24 Hokes Bluff 21

3A
Mobile Christian 21 Gordo 14
Piedmont 53 Ohatchee 26

2A
Aliceville 28 Long 21
Fyffe 33 Lanett 20

1A
Maplesville 36 Linden 14
Pickens County 23 Addison 6

On Wednesday, McGill-Toolen, ranked #9 in the latest High School Football America National Top 25, will play #35 Hoover for the 7A championship.

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