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1923-24 AHSAA Members



The following teams were members of the Alabama High School Athletic Association the 3rd year of its existence. I listed the teams as they appear in the handbook with the more commonly used school name in parenthesis. I also added question marks (???) after teams we know nothing about at this moment. It very well could be that these schools did not field football teams.
District1 - Barton, Wrights (UMS), McGill, Spring Hill, Baldwin County, Brewton (T.R. Miller), Conecuh County, Monroe County, Jones Mills (Frisco City), Georgiana, Butler County (Greenville), Wilcox County (Wilcox Central), Jackson, Coffeeville, Clarke County, Thomasville, Choctaw County.

District 2 - Dothan, Geneva County, Samson, Covington County (Florala), Opp, Andalusia, Red Level, Elba, Coffee County (Enterprise), Midland City (Dale County), Newton Institute, Ariton, Henry County (Abbeville), Blue Springs, Barbour County (Clayton), Eufaula, Pike County, Troy (Charles Henderson), Luverne.

District 3 - Marengo County, Demopolis, Cuba, Sumter County, Newburn ???, Uniontown, Perry County (Francis Marion), Bibb County, West Blocton, Chilton County, Dallas County, Selma, Autauga County (Prattville), Marbury, Lowndes County, Sidney Lanier, Barnes, Montgomery County, Pike Road.
District 4 - Coosa County, Goodwater, Elmore County, Wetumpka, Tallassee, Union Springs (Bullock County), Tuskegee, Camp Hill, Southern Industrial Institute, Tallapoosa County (Dadeville), Alexander City (Benjamin Russell), Lee County (Auburn), Chambers County (LaFayette), Five Points, Fairfax (Valley), Lanett, Shawmut, Langdale, Waverly ???.

District 5 - Liberty Vocational ???, Pickens County, Carrollton, Gordo, Tuscaloosa, Northport (Tuscaloosa County), Holt, Eldridge Academy, Oakman, Parrish, Dora, Quinton ???, Walker, Shelby County, Carbon Hill, Alliance, Bessemer (Jess Lanier), Brighton ???, Corner, Ensley, Fairfield, Jefferson County, Johns ???, Jones Valley, Leeds, Minor, Mortimer Jordan, McAdory, Oak Grove, Sayre ???, Shades Cahaba (Shades Valley), Simpson, Warrior, Woodlawn, Phillips Birmingham.

District 6 - Talladega, Sylacauga, Munford, Clay County, Lineville, Roanoke (Handley), Randolph County, Anniston, University High Anniston ???, Calhoun County (Oxford), Alexandria, St. Clair County, Pell City, Altoona, Gadsden, Etowah, Cherokee County

District 7 - Lamar County,. Sulligent, Fayette County, Berry Fayette, Marion County, Hamilton, Winfield, Haleyville, Northwest Alabama ???, Winston County, Lawrence County, Town Creek (Hazlewood), Russellville, Colbert County, Tuscumbia (Deshler), Sheffield, Florence (Coffee).

District 8 - Blount County (Oneonta), Blountsville (J.B. Pennington), Morgan County (Hartselle), Albany (Central Albany), Marshall County (Guntersville), Sneads Seminary, Albertville, Arab, Geraldine, Collinsville, DeKalb County (Fort Payne), Huntsville, Riverton ???, Athens, Limestone County (Elkmont), Cullman, St. Bernard, Flat Rock.
   






Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

From 1947 until his retirement in 1992 Glenn Daniel's teams won 302 games at Pine Hill and Luverne. He was the winningest coach in state history until 2010.