HighSchoolFootballAmerica.com poll puts Fairhope in Alabama top 10

Fairhope 38, Daphne 31 (Overtime)

Recent Scores and Region 1 schedules for Friday, Sept. 10

Posted 9/8/21

BALDWIN VARSITY FOOTBALL  WEEK FOUR SCHEDULES  Friday, Sept. 10

 HighSchoolFootballAmerica.com poll puts Fairhope in Alabama top 10 after overtime win over archrival …

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HighSchoolFootballAmerica.com poll puts Fairhope in Alabama top 10

Fairhope 38, Daphne 31 (Overtime)

Recent Scores and Region 1 schedules for Friday, Sept. 10

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FAIRHOPE – Like a good rivalry game should, The 2021 Jubilee Cup came down to overtime. Tied 31-31, Fairhope scored on their first tie-break play to go up 38 – 31. Daphne then had four downs to tie or go for the win on a two-point try. But the Pirates defense held the Trojans for the overtime Region 1 win.

BALDWIN VARSITY FOOTBALL  WEEK FOUR SCHEDULES  Friday, Sept. 10

 HighSchoolFootballAmerica.com poll puts Fairhope in Alabama top 10 after overtime win over archrival Daphne

  • Fairhope is No. 10 this week after defeating No. 8 Daphne 38-31. The Pirates only loss was in the season opener to Top-10 ranked 6A Spanish Fort, which moves-up one spot to No. 8 this week.
  • Daphne will try to bounce back into the 10 when it plays No. 9 Theodore this Friday, Sept. 10.

For more updated information visit: AHSAA.com and HighSchoolFootballAmerica.com

Baldwin Football Teams Sept. 10:

SARALAND AT BALDWIN COUNTY

BAYSIDE AT HILLCREST-EVERGREEN

THEODORE AT DAPHNE

ELBERTA AT SATSUMA

FOLEY AT FAIRHOPE

GULF SHORES AT MCGILL-TOOLEN

PICKENS ACADEMY AT SNOOK CHRISTIAN

 ROBERTSDALE AT SPANISH FORT 

SAINT MICHAEL CATHOLIC AT WILLIAMSON

ORANGE BEACH (FORFEIT) TO CLARK COUNTY

Region 1 wide, Scheduled Games, Sept. 10

JACKSON AT VIGOR

MARY G. MONTGOMERY AT MURPHY

ALMA BRYANT AT BAKER

ST. PAUL’S AT UMS-WRIGHT

BLOUNT AT CITRONELLE

LEFLORE AT FAITH

T.R. MILLER AT CHICKASAW

ST LUKE’S AT J.U. BLACKSHER

FLOMATON AT COTTAGE HILL

MOBILE CHRISTIAN AT W.S. NEAL

LOCAL REGION 1 SCORES LAST WEEKEND

CLASS 7A

Fairhope 38, Daphne 31

Baker 29, Foley 28

Davidson 30, Murphy 7

 CLASS 6A
Baldwin County 2, Blount 0

Robertsdale 21, Citronelle 6
Spanish Fort 42, Gulf Shores 21

Saraland 32, McGill-Toolen Catholic 25

CLASS 5A

Faith Academy 49, Elberta 13

B.C. Rain 25, Satsuma 7

St. Paul’s Episcopal 16, Williamson 12
UMS-Wright 52, LeFlore 0

CLASS 4A

St. Michael Catholic 24, Jackson 21
Straughn 41, Bullock County 20
Vigor 41, W.S. Neal 6

Mobile Christian 34, Escambia County 0

CLASS 3A
Bayside Academy 31, Excel 8
Flomaton 54, Southern Choctaw 0

Hillcrest-Evergreen 28, Chickasaw 8
T.R. Miller 36, Cottage Hill Christian 6

CLASS 2A
Leroy 49, Orange Beach 29

Clarke County 47, Greene County 0
J.U. Blacksher 34, Monroe County 6

CLASS 1A

McIntosh 28, Choctaw County 8
Millry 48, Fruitdale 6

For statewide results, schedules and more visit:

AHSAA.com and HighSchoolFootballAmerica.com.

AHSAA FOOTBALL FIRSTS

St. Michael Catholic’s Cardinals picked up their first league victory and did it against a state top-10 opponent. Beginning varsity level play in 2018, SMCHS was 18-0 in Region-1 contests to start 2021. But that changed last week when quarterback Josh Murphy completed 15-of-20 passes for 272 yards and two touchdowns as the Cardinals (2-0) beat Jackson 24-21 for the school’s first-ever Class 4A, Region 1 victory.

The win was also the first region win for new head football coach Philip Rivers, who left the NFL after 16 seasons as a starting quarterback and took over as head coach for St. Michael after his retirement at the end of the 2020 season.
    Murphy was red-hot completing his first five passes of the game and 11-of-15 in the first half for 243 yards and both TDs. He connected on a 66-yard pass to Calvin Caron and a 34-yard touchdown to Micah Farrell to give St. Michael a 24-14 lead at halftime. Teammate Ezra Sexton added s 4-yard TD run and 28-yard field goal in the first half. Farrell finished with four catches for 102 yards, and William Ford had six receptions for 92 yards.
    Jackson quarterback Walter Taylor III fired TD passes of 80 yards to Jamarion Sampson ad 71 yards to Tylen Campbell to close the game to 17-14. Taylor finished 10-of-21 for 288 yards.
       

Other top AHSAA performances by Baldwin players reported include:

TAVEN CURRY, ROBERTSDALE: Carried 28 times for 240 yards and three touchdowns carries as the Golden Bears rallied in the second half to beat Citronelle 21-6.

GLENN PATRICK, FAIRHOPE: Totaled 101 yards rushing on 15 carries and two touchdowns, including the game-winner in overtime, as the Pirates rallied to top Daphne in the War on the Eastern Shore 38-31 in overtime.

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