|Team||W - L - T Pct|
|1||T.R. Miller||638-295-20 68.5%|
|4||Fayette County||620-323-34 65.7%|
|6||Bessemer City||610-340-34 64.2%|
|7||Benjamin Russell||609-327-26 65.1%|
|9||Colbert County||605-344-24 63.8%|
|14||Sidney Lanier||561-380-40 59.6%|
|30||Clay County||532-302-30 63.8%|
|34||Fort Payne||522-364-18 58.9%|
|38||Shades Valley||507-373-33 57.6%|
|39||Tuscaloosa Co.||507-337-31 60.1%|
|Coaches (Thru 2013)|
|14||H.L. Shorty Ogle||253|
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770 teams & 149,447 games.
WHM submitted Catholic Montgomery scores and Coaches back to 1945.
Joe Ferguson submitted Enterprise scores and Coaches back to 1921.
Danny Jones submitted Northside scores and Coaches back to 1959.
Lissoy submitted Auburn scores and Coaches back to 1911.
Darrell Brock submitted West Point scores and Coaches back to 1964.
Todd Dillashaw & Roger Ellis submitted Hamilton scores and Coaches back to 1912.
John L. Williams submitted Deshler scores and Coaches back to 1924.
Red Devil submitted Central Phenix City scores and Coaches back to 1928.
Ben Lusk submitted Guntersville scores and Coaches back to 1914.
Ben Estes submitted Brewer almost complete back to 1970.
Jeff Williams submitted Benjamin Russell Completed back to 1922.
Steven Burchell submitted Lauderdale County scores for many years back to 1926.
Mike Goodson submitted Gadsden scores back to their first season in 1924.
John Vital submitted Hazel Green scores back to 1962, which was their first season. He also gave us Madison Academy.
Daryl Lowery submitted Jemison scores back to 1947, the first year for Football in Jemison.
The History of High School Football in Alabama
The game of American football as played today by high school, college, and professional teams grew out of rugby-style football which in the mid-1870s replaced a largely kicking game known as association football. Although initially played on village greens and on college fields, the first intercollegiate game took place on 6 November 1869 when Rutgers defeated Princeton 6-4 in a soccer-style game. Five years later, Montreal's McGill University playing at Harvard introduced rugby football, which would be rapidly adopted by eastern teams. *Answers.com