Muscle Shoals Boys Varsity Football

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Trojans receive votes in first football poll

CLASS 7A Team (first-place); 2019 W-L; Pts 1. Thompson (23); 12-1; 285 2. Central-Phenix City (1); 12-2; 203 3. Hewitt-Trussville; 6-4; 186 4. Hoover; 10-3; 178 5. Auburn; 9-4; 144 6. Fairhope; 6-5; 106 7. James Clemens; 9-3; 59 8. Dothan*; 8-3; 55 9. Theodore; 8-3; 41 10. Prattville; 9-3; 27 Others receiving votes: Austin (7-4)

MSCS sports canceled until Sept. 1

MUSCLE SHOALS – Muscle Shoals City Schools superintendent Chad Holden informed the Alabama High School Athletic Association by letter that the Trojans will not begin fall competitions until the week of Sept. 1 due to the Covid-19 outbreak. The decision affects all Muscle Shoals fall sports, meaning the Trojans’ varsity football games with Deshler Aug.

Trojans ranked 13th best football program in state

MUSCLE SHOALS – With 10 straight seasons with eight or more wins, Muscle Shoals has built a level of success that ranks among the state’s best. Recently, MaxPrep Sports ranked the Trojans’ football program as the 13th best team in the state of Alabama over the last 10 years. The poll was a culmination of

Bratton named 6A lineman of the year

MONTGOMERY – Muscle Shoals senior linebacker Jackson Bratton was chosen as the Class 6A lineman of the year after leading the Trojans to the quarterfinals in the playoffs. The announcement was made Wednesday at the Alabama Sportswriters Association’s Mr. Football Awards Luncheon at the Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center here. The Alabama High School Athletic Directors &

Finalists named for state’s top football honors

MUSCLE SHOALS – Senior linebacker Jackson Bratton was recently named as a finalist for the Alabama Sports Writers Association’s major football awards, including the coveted Mr. Football honor. The winners in each class and the Mr. Football announcement will be made as a luncheon banquet Jan. 14 at the Renaissance Hotel in Montgomery. Finalists in

Five Trojans named to ASWA all-state football team

MUSCLE SHOALS – Five senior football players from Muscle Shoals were named to the 2019 Alabama Sports Writers Association all-state team this week, including three who have already signed with Division I college programs. Jackson Bratton (Sr., LB), Javar Strong (Sr., DB) and Logan Smothers (Sr., QB) signed college scholarship offers last week – Bratton

AHSAA announces new football region alignment

Muscle Shoals will face some traditional rivals and some new foes in the new football realignment announced this morning by the Alabama High School Athletic Association. The Trojans will be joined in the new Region 8 alignment by Athens, Buckhorn, Columbia, Cullman, Hartselle, Decatur and Hazel Green. The region has six teams – including Muscle

Smothers, Bratton shine in Alabama stars’ loss

HATTIESBURG, Miss.  – Muscle Shoals senior Logan Smothers threw a touchdown pass in overtime for Alabama but the extra point failed as Mississippi recorded a 17-16 victory in the 33rd annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Football Classic at the University of Southern Mississippi’s M.M. Roberts Stadium Saturday. Smothers finished the day with seven pass completions in nine