2015 AHSAA Football Playoff Thursday Games


Due to potential bad weather, some round one playoff games have moved to Thursday night. Originally, only James Clemens and Decatur Heritage were hosting games on Thursday due to scheduling conflicts. According to AHSAA executive director Steve Savarese, schools have the option to move if both schools agree and they can schedule officials for the game. No one is being forced to change, only the two games that were originally scheduled had to play on Thursday because of stadium conflicts.

Here is the complete list. We will update if more games are moved.

Last updated: Tuesday, 11/3 @ 4:21 pm

Class 7A

Hewitt-Trussville at James Clemens

Class 6A

Northview at Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa
Wetumpka at McAdory
Saraland at Benjamin Russell
Hartselle at Gardendale
Cullman at Clay-Chalkville
Pinson Valley at Austin
Scottsboro at Walker

Class 5A

Tallassee at Jackson
Charles Henderson at Demopolis
Dallas County at Greenville
Hayden at East Limestone
Randolph at Wenonah
West Point at Alexandria
Lawrence County at Mortimer Jordan
Anniston at Russellville

Class 4A

Clarke County at Leeds
Dadeville at Thomasville
Hamilton at Priceville
Oneonta at Cordova
Cherokee County at Deshler
Jacksonville at Brooks
St. James at Montevallo
Straughn at Bibb County
Wilson at Cleburne County
DAR at Fayette County
West Limestone at Saks

Class 3A

Geraldine at Winfield
Susan Moore at North Sand Mountain
Colbert County at Glencoe
Walter Wellborn at Lauderdale County
Slocumb at American Christian
Wicksburg at Gordo
Greensboro at Daleville
Plainview at Oakman
Lexington at Piedmont
Winston County at New Hope
Aliceville at Pike County
Weaver at Madison Academy

Class 2A

Cold Springs at Sulligent
Phil Campbell at Tanner
Reeltown at Cleveland
Samson at Pickens County
Hatton at Falkville
Addison at Red Bay
Ariton at Fayetteville
LaFayette at Fyffe
Goshen at Washington County

Class 1A

Kinston at Maplesville
Meek at Decatur Heritage
Vina at Berry
Woodville at Victory Christian
Hubbertville at Hackleburg
Phillips at South Lamar
AL Johnson at Brantley
Ragland at Cedar Bluff

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Jon Lunceford is a former two-time state football champion in Alabama, and has worked in sports media covering Alabama high school athletics for over 10 years. He is currently a high school analyst for WJOX 94.5 and ALPreps and the lead Alabama producer/director for the NFHS Network.