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Local News 2

October 27, 2012

Prep football scores from around the state

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Lee-Montgomery 30, Jeff Davis 24

Leeds 36, Montevallo 0

Linden 67, Fruitdale 6

Loachapoka 33, Talladega County Central 6

Luverne 33, New Brockton 14

Madison Academy 42, Colbert County 0

Maplesville 55, Keith 7

Marion County 57, Brilliant 0

Mary Montgomery 33, Theodore 24

McAdory 13, Wenonah 0

McGill-Toolen 50, Murphy 21

McIntosh def. John Essex, forfeit

McKenzie 33, Pleasant Home 28

Meek 24, Shades Mountain Christian 21

Midfield 50, Tarrant 0

Montgomery Academy 28, Isabella 18

Munford 30, Anniston 14

Muscle Shoals 35, Cullman 19

North Jackson 45, Pope John Paul II (Catholic High) 14

North Sand Mountain 27, Westbrook Christian 14

Notasulga 48, Wadley 38

Oak Grove 48, West Blocton 13

Oak Mountain 31, Thompson 10

Oakman 28, Cold Springs 0

Ohatchee 67, Victory Chr. 6

Oneonta 49, Sardis 0

Parker 28, Brookwood 3

Parrish 48, South Lamar 22

Patrician Academy 32, Bessemer Academy 24

Pelham 42, Spain Park 17

Pell City 34, Oxford 28

Pickens County 49, Berry 22

Piedmont 55, Weaver 3

Pinson Valley 40, Moody 14

Plainview 42, Holly Pond 0

Pleasant Grove 49, Paul Bryant 0

Prattville 47, Chelsea 28

Providence Christian 30, Houston Academy 16

R.C. Hatch 30, Sulligent 17

Ragland 24, Falkville 0

Randolph County 28, Prattville Christian Academy 14

Red Bay 41, Colbert Heights 20

Reeltown 28, LaFayette 6

Restoration Academy 46, Kingwood Christian 12

Robertsdale 35, Baldwin County 33

Rogers 33, East Lawrence 6

Russell County 20, B.T. Washington 0

Russellville 6, Hartselle 3

Saint Luke's Episcopal 41, J.U. Blacksher 3

Saks 38, Cleveland 16

Samson 21, Wicksburg 15

Sand Rock 35, Ider 14

Saraland 34, Citronelle 6

Selma 57, Satsuma 21

Sheffield 27, Hatton 13

Shoals Christian 56, Phillips-Bear Creek 32

Sipsey Valley 47, American Christian Academy 27

Slocomb 28, Pike County 23

South Choctaw Academy 34, Sumter Academy 14

Southern Choctaw 26, Choctaw County 14

Southside-Gadsden 63, Brewer 20

Spanish Fort 44, Williamson 13

St. Clair County 56, Locust Fork 27

St. James 39, Alabama Christian Academy 10

Stanhope Elmore 45, Wetumpka 28

Straughn 21, Opp 7

Susan Moore 36, White Plains 29

Sweet Water 42, Mobile Christian 7

Sylacauga 31, Shelby County 14

Sylvania 40, Brindlee Mountain 0

Tanner 67, Phil Campbell 12

Thomasville 35, Clarke County 7

Trinity Presbyterian 38, Central Coosa 0

UMS-Wright 49, Wilcox Central 8

Valley 27, Marbury 8

Vestavia Hills 34, Mountain Brook 6

Vigor 52, Faith Academy 27

Vinemont 47, Winston County 20

W.S. Neal 34, T.R. Miller 26

Walker 24, Springville 20

Walter Wellborn 70, Pleasant Valley 0

Washington County 42, Leroy 13

West End-Walnut Grove 28, Gaston 12

Westminster Christian Academy 35, West Morgan 21

Winfield 33, Good Hope 6

Winterboro 36, Verbena 14

Woodland 57, Vincent 34

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