Round three of the AHSAA playoffs is complete and multiple reigning champions fell tonight, meaning we will have new champions in multiple classifications. We are now down to 26 teams left competing for the coveted blue map – four in each classification from 1A through 6A and then our first Super 7 match-up is set in 7A.

Our brackets are updated with all of the latest results, so you can see who will be moving on and who each team will be playing in round two below:

Class 7A
Class 6A
Class 5A
Class 4A
Class 3A
Class 2A
Class 1A

Here are the finals from round three. Simply hit “Control+F” (Command+F on Mac) and type in your team name to find them if you can’t below.

Class 7A

McGill-Toolen Catholic (13-0) 27, Central-Phenix City (11-1) 26 (OT)
Hoover (10-3) 31, Thompson (12-1) 12

Class 6A

Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (10-3) 29, Opelika (9-4) 27
Wetumpka (12-1) 69, Spanish Fort (11-2) 41

Pinson Valley (13-0) 51, Austin (12-1) 50 (OT)
Clay-Chalkville (11-2) 31, Oxford (12-1) 15

Class 5A

St. Paul’s Episcopal (12-1) 52, Beauregard (10-2) 20
Demopolis (11-2) 35, Vigor (9-4) 14

St. Clair County (10-3) 27, Wenonah (10-2) 26 (OT)
Briarwood Christian (13-0) 31, Etowah (11-2) 0

Class 4A

UMS-Wright (11-2) 31, Bibb County (11-2) 7
Andalusia (12-1) 45, Aabama Christian (10-3) 13

Fayette County (11-2) 34, Hokes Bluff (10-3) 27
Saks (13-0) 42, Cherokee County (6-7) 14

Class 3A

Clarke County (11-2) 21, Mobile Christian (9-4) 16
Hillcrest-Evergreen (12-1) 29, American Christian (9-4) 21

Randolph County (12-1) 55, Sylvania (11-2) 24
Piedmont (12-1) 34, Colbert Heights (11-2) 13

Class 2A

Leroy (11-2) 38, Luverne (10-3) 20
Goshen (12-1) 56, St. Luke’s Episcopal (10-2) 52

Sulligent (12-1) 35, Fyffe (12-1) 28
Lanett (13-0) 48, Lamar County (8-5) 7

Class 1A

Wadley (12-0) 34, Marengo (9-4) 20
Sweet Water (11-1) 26, Maplesville (11-1) 21

South Lamar (10-3) 34, Addison (10-3) 20
Pickens County (11-2) 37, Cherokee (9-4) 8

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Jon Lunceford is a former high school athlete, and two-time AHSAA football state champion. Jon has been covering high school athletics for over a decade and continues that coverage through WJOX 94.5 and Jox Preps. Jon is also the host of Jox Primetime each night on Jox 94.5 from 6-8 pm. Follow @jlunce