Selma High knocks off No. 5 Aliceville
Selma High snapped a three game losing streak with a 20-8 victory over Aliceville on Thursday night. The game was pushed up from Friday because of the heavy rain forecast.
Nick Parnell, Amarian Mollette and DeVonte Stubbs all scored touchdowns as the Saints (5-4) beat Aliceville (7-2), the fifth-ranked team in Class 2A.
Despite the loss, Selma High has clinched a Class 6A state playoff berth.
Keith High 54, A.L. Johnson 0: The Bears (5-4, 3-3) locked down the final playoff berth in Region 3, Class 1A.
According to Keith High cheerleader coach Kalesia Foster, the game was called after the second quarter because of bad weather in the area.
Tuscaloosa Academy 26, Morgan Academy 10: The Senators (3-7, 0-5) were officially eliminated from AISA state playoff contention against the 10th ranked Knights.
Running back Holt Utsey scored on a 60-yard touchdown run for the Senators and Wade Mason kicked a 37-yard field goal.
American Christian Academy 65, Dallas County 0: The second-ranked Patriots (9-0, 7-0) closed the Region 3, Class 4A slate unbeaten with a rout over the Hornets (3-6, 3-4) in Northport. The Patriots led 45-0 at halftime.
“They are number two in the state for a reason,” Hornets coach Heath LeVert said.
Linden 64, Ellwood Christian Academy 12: Edward Garner scored both touchdowns for the Eagles (1-7, 1-5 Region 3, Class 1A).