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October 6, 2012

Prep football scores from around the state

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Abbeville Christian Academy 50, South Montgomery County Academy 16

Addison 28, Meek 0

Alabama Christian Academy 53, Bullock County 26

Arab 20, Southside-Gadsden 19

Ariton 47, Houston County 28

Austin 23, Hazel Green 13

Autauga Academy 42, Springwood School 21

Autaugaville 38, Holy Spirit 13

Baker 21, Alma Bryant 11

Bayside Academy 27, Straughn 17

Beauregard 69, Headland 0

Benjamin Russell 50, Russell County 3

Berry 46, Brilliant 20

Beulah 26, Holtville 24

Bob Jones 24, Decatur 10

Brantley 60, Geneva County 0

Brewer 40, Columbia 19

Briarwood Christian 42, Talladega 12

Brooks 38, Haleyville 27

Buckhorn 44, Sparkman 30

Calera 60, Carbon Hill 0

Carroll-Ozark 38, Marbury 17

Carver-Montgomery 46, Auburn 20

Cedar Bluff 26, Collinsville 14

Central-Phenix City 48, Jeff Davis 13

Charles Henderson 36, St. James 7

Chilton County 28, Sylacauga 7

Citronelle 30, Sumter Central High School 25

Clarke County 9, Andalusia 6

Clay County 48, Childersburg 12

Clay-Chalkville 42, Grissom 12

Cleburne County 16, Hokes Bluff 13

Cleveland 10, Weaver 7

Cold Springs 22, Francis Marion 6

Coosa Valley Academy 38, Evangel Christian Academy 7

Corner 35, Oak Grove 28

Cornerstone Christian 63, Meadowview Christian 22

Cottonwood 35, Houston Academy 21

Cullman 21, Russellville 20

Dadeville 46, Dallas County 8

Dale County 28, Barbour County 14

Daleville 27, Pike County 17

Danville 22, Good Hope 19

DAR 42, Randolph School 12

Davidson 41, Theodore 0

Demopolis 21, Greenville 3

Deshler 55, West Morgan 21

Dora 27, Bibb County 25

Dothan 28, Daphne 24

East Lawrence 42, Priceville 35

East Limestone 24, Athens 12

Edgewood Academy 44, Crenshaw Christian Academy 20

Elba 43, Goshen 7

Enterprise 37, Northview 27

Escambia Academy 27, South Choctaw Academy 7

Etowah 40, Scottsboro 14

Eufaula 29, Valley 7

Evangel Christian School 42, Tuscaloosa Christian School 37

Fairhope 37, Robertsdale 23

Fairview 30, St. Clair County 16

Falkville 34, Donoho 14

Fayette County 37, Greene County 14

Florala 40, Red Level 14

Florence 42, James Clemens 30

Foley 30, Baldwin County 7

Fort Dale Academy 38, Pike Liberal Arts 0

Fort Payne 24, Boaz 6

Fultondale 46, Pleasant Valley 0

Fyffe 32, Sand Rock 7

G.W. Long 32, Wicksburg 8

Gardendale 42, Huffman 18

Gaylesville 40, Jacksonville Christian 13

Geneva 39, Catholic-Montgomery 27

Geraldine 35, Sylvania 0

Gordo 17, American Christian Academy 7

Greensboro 50, Holt 0

Hackleburg 47, Vina 19

Hale County 45, R.C. Hatch 24

Hamilton 56, Vinemont 49

Hanceville 12, Winfield 0

Handley 21, Elmore County 0

Hebron Christian, Miss. 58, Flint Hill 14

Hillcrest 40, Jackson Olin 7

Hillcrest-Evergreen 45, Wilcox Central 0

Hooper Academy 27, Morgan Academy 14

Hoover 38, Bessemer City 7

Horseshoe Bend 21, LaFayette 20

Hubbard 42, Tharptown 14

Hubbertville 41, South Lamar 7

J.B. Pennington 21, Holly Pond 14

J.O. Johnson 30, Ardmore 6

J.U. Blacksher 39, John Essex 6

Jackson 60, Satsuma 21

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