Here are some of the best pictures of the AHSAA football Week 2.
700 CLUB - The T.R. Miller Tigers defeated Cottage Hill 36-6 to become the first team in AHSAA history to achieve 700 victories. Photo courtesy of Wayne Forbes al.com.
THE UNEXPECTED - After being outscored 133-16 in the last three seasons by Linden, the unranked Keith Bears whipped the defending 1A state champions 43-0 Friday night. Photo by the Selma Times Journal.
GOOD HANDS - Fort Payne’s Ricky Adams (3) catches a pass and runs for a touchdown as Arab’s Jackson Martin (5) defends Friday night. It was the Wildcats only score in a 20-7 loss at home to the Knights. Photo by the Fort Payne Times Journal.
HIGH FIVE - Brooks receiver Knute Wood (1) and QB Kyler Murks (10) celebrate after connecting on a 61 yard TD pass in their 41-22 victory over Rogers before a standing room only crowd. Photo by Dan Busey, Florence Times Daily.
THANKS COACH - Mars Hill's Damian Thompson high fives assistant coach Josh Willingham after one of his three touchdowns in Friday's 37-0 win over Sheffield. Photo by Dan Busey Florence Times Daily
STIFF ARM - Florence's William Watkins (15) shakes off a tackle by Austin's Bryson Claiborne (13) in a 45-28 victory by Florence. Photo by Dan Busey Florence Times Daily
LOOKING IT IN - Central' Phenix City's Karmello English (2) pulls in a touchdown pass in the Red Devil's 56-0 victory over Smith's Station Friday night. Photo by Eric Starling for the Opelika Auburn News.
POWERING INTO THE END ZONE - St. James QB K.J. Jackson powers over an Alabama Christian defender to score the first touchdown of the game in his team's 35-21 victory. Photo Courtesy of the Montgomery Independent.
GOOD BLOCK - Wicksburg runner Eli Williams runs behind good blocking in the 4th quarter of his team's 20-0 victory over Providence Christian Friday night. Photo courtesy of the Dothan Eagle.
HARD TACKLE - Spanish Fort's Andre Hunt tackles Gulf Shores' Ronnie Royal during Friday's 42-21 Toro victory over the Dolphins. Photo by Scott Donaldson, al.com.
"WHAT DID YOU SAY?" - Bob Jones Head Coach Kelvis White during Friday night's 35-28 overtime loss to James Clemons before a standing room only crowd at Madison City Schools Stadium. Photo by Bob Gathany al.com.