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Week 10 of high school football in West Alabama featured the final region games of the regular season and playoff pairings began to take shape. Here’s a look at what happened under the Friday Night Lights:

Tuscaloosa County lost at Vestavia 59-18 giving the Rebels the fourth and final playoff spot in Class 7A, Region 2. The Wildcats can post a winning season should they beat Brookwood next week.

Northridge won at Brookwood 28-14.

Hillcrest saw quarterback Ethan Crawford exit with an ankle injury but won at McAdory 35-14. The Pats finished the regular season 10-0.

Central lost big at Hueytown 68-0.

Holt was shut out by Bibb County Thursday night 49-0.

Kai Young returned to the starting lineup to lead ACA over Montevallo 24-7.

Hale County won at Sipsey Valley 32-24 to take a playoff spot away from the Bears.

Tuscaloosa Academy and quarterback Preston Lancaster won at Cold Springs 41-22. The Knights are playoff-bound in their first AHSAA season.

West Blocton won the Tigers’ homecoming game over Dallas County 32-0.

Bryant lost at Bessemer City 52-22.

Northside was Ram Tough on the road at Hamilton and won 48-0.

Aliceville took down Greene County 44-5.

Springwood from Lanett beat North River Christian 52-8. But the Chargers will head to Montgomery to face Evangel in the playoffs.

Linden shut out A.L. Johnson 68-0.

Trinity hung a 58-0 goose egg on Greensboro.

Perhaps the most surprising shutout of the night took place at Warrior Stadium in Alabaster where Hoover won the 7A, Region 3 title with a 9-0 win at Thompson.


Hillcrest Finishes Perfect Season On the Road

Photos of the season-closing victory for undefeated Hillcrest as they took a trip to McAdory on Friday.

Hale County verses Sipsey Valley 2022

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