News

We now have 833 teams &  
185,441 games on AHSFHS.org.


Search Site

AHSFHS Article Series


   The best of the best in Alabama High   
  School Football over the past 100 seasons.





Alabama High School Football All State Team


Select a classification.
  4A   3A   2A   1A   AISA

1971  Birmingham Post Herald  1A  All-State Team


The following players were selected for the 1971 1A All-State football team. First team players are listed by position, name, school, height, weight and class. Honorable mention selections are listed by name, school and class.

Birmingham Post Herald  *  First Team Offense 
 Player   Team   Position   Class   Ht.   Wt. 
 David Peoples Marion County QB  Sr. 175
 Randy Ferguson Ohatchee B  Sr. 175
 Terry Stallings Addison B  Jr. 180
 Ronald Berry Marbury B  Sr. 175
 Craig Bell Addison E  Sr. 180
 Keith Cox Marion County E  Jr. 195
 Jimmy Ballard Sweet Water L  Sr. 205
 Gary Talbot Zion Chapel L  Sr. 210
 Jimmy Hagood Gaston LB  Sr. 180
 Terry Adams Hayden LB  Sr. 185
 Ricky Yarbrough Hatton LB  So. 175
 Aubrey Hicks Addison Coach  
  
Birmingham Post Herald  *  Second Team 
 Player   Team   Position   Class   Ht.   Wt. 
 Joe Field Catholic Montgomery QB  
 Refus McCants Excel B  
 William Jones Clements B  
 Jim Allman Springville B  
 A.Z. Burkett Dozier E  
 Jerome Duncan Carrollton E  
 Darrell Cleghorn Addison L  
 Gary Pigg Addison L  
 Phil Seagraves Marion County LB  
 Ron Hudson Brantley LB  
 Hot Rod Morgan Wilcox County LB  


Some records may be incomplete. We have chosen to publish this information in hopes our visitors will participate in assisting us to complete every school.
Join us in the forums to submit corrections and new information.

BAH  - Birmingham Age-Herald
BNAH  - Birmingham News Age-Herald
MAJ  - Montgomery Advertiser-Journal
BN  - Birmingham News
BPH  - Birmingham Post-Herald
MA  - Montgomery Advertiser
ASWA  - Alabama Sports Writers Association
ACSA  -  Alabama Christian School Association




Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

Clay County shutout an amazing eleven opponents in 1996. The Panthers outscored their opponents 613-42 finishing the season 15-0.