Championship Round Scores at National Select 7 on 7

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Here are the scores from Saturday’s championship bracket at the National Select 7 on 7 in Hoover, Alabama.  32 teams from 13 different states are battling for the title.

Championship Round Winner’s Bracket Scores

Round 1

#1 Hoover (AL) 7 #32Grand Street Campus (NY) 0

#17 North Gwinnett 25 #16 Wheaton North (IL) 7

#8 Lasitter (GA) 25 #25 Foly (AL) 15

#24 Mandeville (LA) 33 #9 Fayetteville (AR) 29

#4 Mallard Creek (NC) 38 Centennial (GA) 12

#20 DeSoto Central (MS) 27 #13 Grayson (GA) 16

#5 Colquitt County (GA) 30 #28 Carver (AL) 24

#12 Stanhope Elmore (AL) 22 #21 Valdosta (GA) 20

#2 Spartanburg (SC) 28 #31 Glendale (MO) 11

#15 Naperville Central (IL) 23 #18 Hillcrest (AL) 17

#7 Oxford (MS) 29 #26 Har-Ber (AR) 2

#10 Byrnes (SC) 27 #23 Spain Park (AL) 18

#3 McGill-Toolen (AL) 32 #30 Madison Central (MS) 8

#14 Clay-Chalkville (AL) 32 #19 Bergen Catholic (NJ) 25

#6 Hillsboro (TN) 25 #27 Florence (AL) 14

#11 Male (KY) 22 #22 Spanish Fort (AL) 16

Round 2

Hoover (AL) 25 North Gwinnett (GA) 8

Lassiter (GA) 18 Mandeville (LA) 10

Mallard Creek (NC) 27 DeSoto Central (MS) 17

Colquitt County (GA) 19 Stanhope Elmore (AL) 18

Spartanburg (SC) 33 Naperville Central (IL) 9

Oxford (MS) 19 Byrnes (SC) 17

McGill-Toolen (AL) 31 Clay-Chalkville (AL) 24

Male (KY) 24 Hillsboro (TN) 21

Quarterfinals

Hoover (AL) 36 Lassiter (GA) 8

Mallard Creek (NC) 26 Colquitt County (GA) 23

Oxford (MS) 25 Spartanburg (SC) 24

Male (KY) 26 McGill-Toolen (AL) 22

Semifinals

Mallard Creek (NC) 21 Hoover (AL) 10

Male (KY) 40 Oxford (MS) 27

Winner’s Bracket Final

Male (KY) 35 Mallard Creek (NC) 20

Loser’s Bracket Final

Hoover (AL) 26 Mallard Creek (NC) 20

Championship

Hoover (AL) 27 Male (KY) 24

Male (KY) 20 Hoover (AL) 16

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