Football High Live: Scores, updates from the key HS games in Week 5

It’s the official halfway point of the 2022 season for many high school football teams across the state of Alabama.

Tonight’s huge region games include Florence at James Clemens, Randolph at Westminster, Center Point at Clay-Chalkville, Hoover at Hewitt-Trussville, Theodore at Spanish Fort, Andalusia at Montgomery Academy and much more.

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Check back throughout the night for consistent scores, updates and highlights from all games from Daphne to Decatur.

10:15 PM, Pinson pulling away: In perhaps the longest game of the night, Pinson Valley now leads Oxford 44-20. With 6:33 left in the 4th, Jacobi Jackson returned a fumble 25 yards. Indians have scored 20 straight points.

10:06 PM, Class 7A upset: Prattville kicks a FG in overtime and beats No. 3 Opelika 24-21. Bulldogs had knocked off Central-Phenix City last week. Region 2 is wild.

Also in OT: Pike Road beats Eufaula 16-10. Kaleb Foster with a QB sneak for Pike Road. Patriots defense then held Eufaula for the win.

More Finals:

Blount 18, Baldwin County 0

Southeastern 57, Holly Pond 53

Fairhope 55, Davidson 28

Enterprise 50, Rehobeth 6

Carroll 33, Seminole County (Ga.) 3

Houston Academy 46, New Brockton 6

Straughn 41, Ashford 12

Reeltown 76, Barbour County 0

Beauregard 26, Charles Henderson 24

Opp 28, Pike County 27

Ariton 35, Zion Chapel 0

Cottonwood 22, Samson 0

J.B. Pennington 47, Asbury 0

Vestavia Hills 36, Spain Park 7

Decatur Heritage 43, Cedar Bluff 21

Collinsville 37, Sand Rock 13

Cherokee County 49, Hanceville 15

Piedmont 42, Ohatchee 14

Tuscaloosa Academy 34, Lamar County 7

Winfield 56, Midfield 8

Northridge 41, Paul W. Bryant 6

Haleyville 35, Northside 27

Handley 26, Central-Clay County 15

Ranburne 40, Woodland 0

Randolph County 20, Weaver 0

Ragland 32, Wadley 25

10:03 PM, High School football at its best: McGill-Toolen students going crazy after their win over rival Murphy.

10 PM, OT: Opelika and Prattville are tied 21-21 in overtime. Opelika failed to score on its possession. Pelham and Helena also in OT tied 24-24.

9:51 PM, More finals:

Faith Academy 43, Citronelle 0

Corner 24, Dora 14

Oakman 35, Carbon Hill 20

Jasper 45, Wenonah 7

Cordova 41, Hamilton 21

Sumiton Christian 49, Brilliant 0

Meek 40, Phillips 6

Lynn 49, Holy Spirit 13

J.U. Blacksher 21, St. Luke’s 15

Trinity 38, Sylacauga 7

Hooper Academy 68, Snook Academy 40

Gulf Shores 45, LeFlore 12

Hartselle 16, Gadsden City 9

Southside-Gadsden 52, St. Clair County 3

Hokes Bluff 24, Westbrook Christian 21

Pickens County 36, South Lamar 6

Tuscaloosa County 34, Oak Mountain 31

9:46 PM, Walking off with the victory: Tuscaloosa scores on the final play of the night for a 34-31 win over Oak Mountain.

9:42 PM, Finals:

Brantley 53, Kinston 6

Lowndes Academy 34, Edgewood 7

Prattville Christian 28, Greensboro 14

Wetumpka 49, Russell County 7

Autaugaville 49, Billingsley 6

St. James 56, Southside-Selma 14

Alabama Christian 62, Sumter Central 14

Highland Home 42, Horseshoe Bend 0

Florence 38, James Clemens 20

Cleveland 40, Pleasant Valley 13

Pleasant Grove 53, Hayden 0

Oneonta 51, Fultondale 13

Locust Fork 27, Cold Springs 6

Appalachian 53, Gaylesville 34

Susan Moore 29, Vinemont 22

9:38 PM, Still playing:

Clay-Chalkville 56, Center Point 19 (2:15 left)

Pinson Valley 24, Oxford 20 (90 yard interception return for TD for Oxford by E’mari Carroll).

Opelika ties Prattville 21-21 with 44 seconds left in regulation.

9:34 PM, UMS stays unbeaten: Bulldogs score the final 10 points of the game and beat Vigor 10-7.

More Finals:

Mobile Christian 48, Monroe County 6

Randolph 53, Westminster 20

Daphne 25, Baker 14

9:32 PM, Big win for Wade: No. 6 Hoover 17, No. 5 Hewitt-Trussville 7. Big win for first-year Hoover coach Wade Waldrop.

9:28 PM, Big hold: No. 1 UMS-Wright holds Vigor 1 yard short of a fourth-down at midfield with 2:16 left. Bulldogs take over, leading 10-7 with 2:12 left. Vigor has just one timeout remaining.

Final scores:

Montgomery Catholic 62, Geneva 0

Decatur 48, Hazel Green 14

Mary G. Montgomery 33, Alma Bryant 19

Thomasville 12, Cottage Hill 7

Chickasaw 20, Francis Marion 6

Theodore 29, Spanish Fort 21

Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 44, Brookwood 0

McAdory 37, Central-Tuscaloosa 0

9:20 PM, Up and good: UMS’ Kingston Phan bangs a 36-yard FG in and leads Vigor 10-7 with four minutes left.

FINAL: McGill-Toolen 34, Murphy 14 (McGill wins the annual Battle for the Cannon)

Gulf Shores 42, LeFlore 12 (End 3)

Decatur 48, Hazel Green 14 (1:08 4th)

Clay-Chalkville 40, Center Point 19

FINAL: Montgomery Catholic 62, Geneva 0

9:16 PM, Headed to OT: Pike Road and Eufaula tied 10-10.

FINAL: Jackson 30, Bayside Academy 10

FINAL: Saraland 50, Robertsdale 0

FINAL: Enterprise 50, Rehobeth 6

Pinson 24, Oxford 13 (10:08 in 3rd)

9:11 PM, Great one on the Hill. Back and forth they go: Theodore needs just 2:03 to answer Spanish Fort’s tying TD with a Brayden Jenkins TD and 2-point conversion. Bobcats lead at Spanish Fort 29-21 with 6:39 left. Big 6A, Region 1 Game.

Florence 31, James Clemens 14 (End 3)

Clay-Chalkville 34, Center Point 13 (11:00 left in the 4th)

UMS-Wright 7, Vigor 7 (7:14 left, Wolves face 3rd-and-14 deep in their own territory)

Mary G. Montgomery 33, Alma Bryant 13

Vestavia Hills 30, Spain Park 0 (3rd)

9:07 PM, Another upset possibility: Prattville leading Class 7A No. 3 Opelika 21-14 after 3. The Bulldogs topped previous No. 1 Central-Phenix City in OT last week.

T.R. Miller 37, Orange Beach 13 (late 4th)

9:04 PM, Tied up: On fourth down, Sutton Snypes with a throwback TD pass to Cole Blaylock. The PAT is good. It’s 7-7 with Vigor with 11:54 left in the game.

FINAL: Andalusia 49, Montgomery Academy 7

Daphne 18, Baker 14 (End 3)

McGill-Toolen 27, Murphy 6 (10:10 4th)

Helena 17, Pelham 14 (End 3)

Decatur 48, Hazel Green 7 (End 3)

Fairhope 34, Davidson 21 (3rd)

8:59 PM, Getting late:

Thomasville 12, Cottage Hill 7 (2:03 4th)

Vigor 7, UMS-Wright 0 (End 3, Bulldogs with a 4th down play from the Vigor 5 coming up)

Enterprise 50, Rehobeth 6 (4th)

Mary G. Montgomery 27, Alma Bryant 13 (4th)

Theodore 21, Spanish Fort 21 (Jake Godfrey with a tying TD reception for the Toros)

FINAL: Arab 28, Scottsboro 7

8:57 PM, Adding on: Hoover adds to the lead at the beginning of the final frame, taking a 17-7 lead over Hewitt-Trussville with a 38-yard FG by Peyton Argent. See photos from the big 7A, Region 3 matchup.

8:53 PM, Upset in the making? Jacori Barnes with a 13-yard TD run for Vigor and the Wolves lead Class 5A No. 1 UMS-Wright 7-0 with 4:34 left in the third quarter at UMS.

Theodore 21, Spanish Fort 14 (Late 3rd)

Decatur 48, Hazel Green 7 (6:48 3rd)

Jackson 30, Bayside Academy 3

McGill-Toolen 27, Murphy 0 (End 3)

Daphne 18, Baker 14 (4:25 3rd)

8:42 PM, Back in front: Hoover opens the second half with a 10-play, 77-yard drive, capped on a 1-yard TD run by Ahamari Williams. Bucs lead 14-7 over Hewitt-Trussville with 8:25 left in third quarter.

Mary G. Montgomery 21, Alma Bryant 7 (5:46 3rd)

Vestavia Hills 16, Spain Park 0 (11:05 3rd)

Dothan 36, Smiths Station 22 (half)

Thompson 35, Chelsea 3 (7:34 3rd)

Pinson Valley 17, Oxford 13 (A Keywone Posey TD pass to Amare Thomas is countered by Rey Barrera’s 32-yard FG)

Andalusia 41, Montgomery Academy 0 (End 3)

Clay-Chalkville 26, Center Point 13 (3rd)

Fairhope 28, Davidson 7 (3rd)

Fairhope

Fairhope’s Ben Moseley scores a touchdown against Davidson on Friday, Sept. 16, 2022. (Tom Deck | contributed)

8:32 PM, All tied on the Hill: Theodore scores on last play of first half and first play of second half to tie Spanish Fort 14-14.

Thompson 28, Chelsea 3 (3rd)

St. Michael 29, Satsuma 0 (half)

Thomasville 12, Cottage Hill 0 (3rd)

Jackson 22, Bayside Academy 3 (3rd)

McGill-Toolen 24, Murphy 0 (Henry Green 32-yard FG)

Pike Road 7, Eufaula 3 (End 3)

Enterprise 43, Rehobeth 0 (3)

8:21 PM, Update from the Hill: Theodore has rushed for 62 yards and passed for only 47. But that’s more than Spanish Fort, which has 47 rushing and 42 passing. Spanish Fort leads 14-7 at the half on the strength of a William Anderson 39-yard pick-6. Big Class 6A, Region 1 game.

Houston Academy 49, New Brockton 0 (half)

Thomasville 6, Cottage Hill 0 (3rd)

West End 23, Gaston 0 (half)

Saks 21, Childersburg 0 (half)

Fyffe 54, Section 0 (half)

Cherokee Co. 28, Hanceville 15 (half)

North Sand Mtn. 48, Whitesburg Christian 21 (2nd)

Pinson Valley 10, Oxford 10 (2:44 left in the half)

J.U. Blacksher 8, St. Luke’s 7 (3rd)

8:15 PM, No. 1 cruising: Class 6A No. 1 Clay-Chalkville leads Center Point 26-7 at the half.

Daphne 15, Baker 14 (half)

Helena 17, Pelham 14 (half)

Jackson 15, Bayside Academy 3 (half)

Gulf Shores 42, LeFlore 6 (half)

8:11 PM, Second-quarter scores:

Daphne 15, Baker 14 (Nick Clark with a 7-yard TD run for the Trojans)

Vigor 0, UMS-Wright 0

8:07 PM, Halftime scores:

North Sand Mtn. 28, Whitesburg Christian 14

Guntersville 41, Boaz 0

Arab 14, Scottsboro 7

Etowah 21, Good Hope 0

Westbrook 14, Hokes Bluff 14

T.R. Miller 25, Orange Beach 13

Florence 10, James Clemens 7

Oak Mountain 17, Tuscaloosa County 6

Vestavia Hills 9, Spain Park 0

Randolph 33, Westminster 7

Arab 14, Scottsboro 7

Decatur 42, Hazel Green 7

7:58 PM, Bobcats back in it: Theodore with a huge 10-play scoring drive to close the gap to 14-7 just before half against Spanish Fort.

Decatur 35, Hazel Green 7 (3:22 2nd)

McGill-Toolen 21, Murphy 0 (3 TD receptions for South Alabama commit Anthony Eager)

Pinson Valley 10, Oxford 0

Mary G. Montgomery 14, Alma Bryant 7 (halftime)

7:52 PM, Sophomore sensation: Pike Road’s Anthony Rogers with a 65-yard TD run. It’s the only points of the half as the Patriots lead Eufaula 7-0.

Other scores:

Faith Academy 22, Citronelle 0

Hartselle 7, Gadsden City 0

Alexandria 17, Springville 0

Thompson 14, Chelsea 3

T.R. Miller 22, Orange Beach 13

Clay-Chalkville 26, Center Point 7

7:44 PM, Pitching a shutout: Spanish Fort increases its lead to 14-0 on visiting Theodore on the Hill. 4:03 left in the second quarter there.

Enterprise routing Rehobeth 36-0 in the 2nd quarter.

Fairhope clinging to a 12-7 lead against Davidson at Baker.

Baker 14, Daphne 8 (8:53 2nd)

McGill-Toolen 14, Murphy 0 (2 TD passes from Andrew Murchison to South Alabama commit Anthony Eager)

Thomasville 6, Cottage Hill 0 (Half)

T.R. Miller leads Orange Beach 22-7

After 1: UMS-Wright 0, Vigor 0

Decatur 28, Hazel Green 7 (7:33 2nd)

7:41 PM, Huskies respond: Hewitt-Trussville responds to Hoover’s TD with a 7-play, 53-yard drive, capped with a 1-yard TD run by Peyton Floyd. It’s 7-7 at Hewitt.

Pelham leads Helena 14-3 with 10:58 left in the first half.

Decatur increases its lead on Hazel Green to 21-7 with 11:08 left in the half.

Clay-Chalkville leads Center Point 18-7 with 11 minutes left in the first half.

Randolph with 27 unanswered points to lead Westminster 27-7 with 10:36 left in the half.

7:36 PM, Battle for the Cannon: McGill takes the lead on rival Murphy on Andrew Murchison’s 36-yard TD pass to Anthony Eager. Yellow Jackets lead 7-0 with 7:21 left in the first at Ladd-Peebles Stadium.

Defensive stand: Vigor stops Cole Blaylock on forth-and-short at the Wolves 40. No score at UMS.

Austin 14, Albertville 0

Cherokee Co. 7, Hanceville 0

Sardis 8, Crossville 0

Alexandria 7, Springville 0

J.B. Pennington 14, Asbury 0

Andalusia 28, Montgomery Academy 0 (End 1, Huge statement early for the Bulldogs)

7:29 PM, Bucs up: Hoover strikes first on a late first-quarter drive, scoring on an 11-yard TD pass from Brewer Smith to Jordan Woolen. Bucs lead 7-0 over Hewitt-Trussville with 1:25 left in opening frame.

Spanish Fort defense dominating Theodore early. Toros lead 7-0 after 1 on a Pick 6.

Andalusia 21, Montgomery Academy 0

UMS is underway and already playing defense. Joe Lott picks off a deep Vigor pass on the first series of the game. No score after the delayed start.

Oak Mountain 10, Tuscaloosa County 6: Two long drives from Oak Mountain result in points in a close first quarter contest.

Fairhope 12, Davidson 0 (After 1)

Randolph 21, Westminster 7 (1:24 1st)

Pelham 7, Helena 3 (End 1)

Clay-Chalkville 12, Center Point 7

7:23 PM, Some score updates:

Murphy 0, McGill-Toolen 0 (End 1)

Baker 7, Daphne 0 (5:38 1st)

Decatur 14, Hazel Green 7 (2:52 1st)

Mary G. Montgomery 7, Alma Bryant 7 (1Q)

Thomasville 6, Cottage Hill 0 (2:27 1st)

Center Point 7, Clay-Chalkville 6 (2:33 1st)

Florence 7, James Clemens 0 (End 1)

St. Michael 16, Satsuma 0 (1st)

7:32 PM, Update: Ambulance has left Cooper Stadium in Mobile. UMS and Vigor players coming back on the field. Game has not started after a medical emergency in the visitor’s stands. Prayers up for the person affected. Officials now back on field as well.

7:15 PM, Medical emergency: Darron Patterson reports that paramedics are doing chest compressions on a spectator in the Vigor stands. A pair of ambulances on the scene at Cooper Stadium in Mobile where the Wolves are scheduled to play No. 1 UMS. The game has not started yet. Teams had the coin toss and were on the field when the incident happened. They have been sent back to the lockerroom.

Meanwhile, Decatur leads Hazel Green 14-0 with 7:08 left in the 1Q.

Randolph leads Westminster 14-7 with 7:38 left in the 1Q.

Pike Road 0, Eufaula 0 (End 1)

7:06 PM, Delay in Mobile: UMS-Wright won the toss against Vigor, but the game is being delayed right now by an apparent medical emergency in the visiting stands. Officials are sending teams back into the lockerroom for now.

Decatur trying to stay unbeaten and leading Hazel Green 7-0 with 9:55 left in the 1Q

Benjamin Russell leads Homewood 7-0.

Enterprise leads Rehobeth 8-0 with 7:02 left in the first.

Scottsboro up on Arab, 7-0

7:04 PM, On the Board: Westminster is on the board already against Randolph. Brandon Musch with a 77-yard run less than a minute into the game. Westminster leads 7-0.

6:59 PM, Almost Kickoff: Class 3A No. 10 Thomasville in Mobile tonight to take on Cottage Hill. The Warriors got a big road win last week at Flomaton.

6:51 PM, Home sweet home: Adam Winegarden and Tuscaloosa County at home tonight to face Oak Mountain.

6:48 PM, Who’s the coach? Blount travels to Baldwin County tonight in a matchup of 2 teams that need a win. But the big question is who is coaching Blount. Coach Josh Harris has been put on administrative leave after a video surfaced that appeared to show him spanking a player in the lockerroom. Word is his brother, Gerald Harris, may lead the Leopards tonight. We will see if they can rally around their coach as we await word on his future.

6:38 PM, Another big one in 7A, 3: Vestavia Hills traveling to Spain Park. This is basically a must win for one of these teams to stay in the playoff chase.

6:33 PM, Huge one at Hewitt-Trussville: The Huskies are hosting rival Hoover in a key Class 7A, Region 3 game tonight.

6:30 PM, Battle for the Cannon: One of the oldest rivalries in the state is the annual Battle for the Cannon in Mobile between McGill-Toolen and Murphy. The winning team’s students paint the historic Mobile cannon school colors. McGill students are ready at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. Murphy is looking for its first win of the season.

6:20 PM, Big one on the Hill: Theodore travels to Spanish Fort to take on the Toros in a key Class 6A, Region 1 matchup. Ironically, it’s the first time these two teams have ever played football. Champions Hill is one of the best scenes for football in the state.

6:15 PM, Top guys: My man Jason Caldwell is on the scene at Stanhope Elmore tonight to see the top two uncommitted senior prospects in the state in Carver’s James Smith and Qua Russaw.

6:10 PM, Champs on the field: 3-time reigning 7A champ Thompson is on the road tonight at Class 7A newcomer Chelsea. Warriors have won 2 straight after opening the season 0-2.

THURSDAY’S RESULTS

Athens 47, Mae Jemison 6

Auburn 58, Lee-Montgomery 7

Huntsville 28, Bob Jones 24

Mountain Brook 48, Jackson-Olin 0

North Jackson 21, St. John Paul II 14

Oak Grove 41, Curry 26

Williamson 20, B.C. Rain 0

Woodlawn 27, Mortimer Jordan 21

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