Super 6 games set for Thursday and Friday in Auburn

Published 9:11am Monday, December 3, 2012

Twelve schools punched their tickets to the 2012 Super 6 AHSAA state championship games this Thursday and Friday at Auburn’s Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Hoover and Opelika will tangle for the 6A crown while McAdory and Spanish Fort will meet for the 5A title.
In class 4A, Oneonta will meet up with UMS-Wright while Fayette County and Madison Academy will square off against each other for the 3A championship.
In 2A, Tanner meets up with Washington County while Brantley and Marion County will go at it for the 1A state crown.
Of the 12 teams, five are undefeated. In 3A, Fayette County—who defeated W.S. Neal in round two—defeated the lone region 1 team Straughn Friday night in Straughn in the semifinals.
Fayette County comes out of region 3 while Marion County comes out of region 8.
Here is the complete list of scores from the semifinal round Friday night the pairings and times for the Super 6 championship games:

AHSAA SEMIFINALS
CLASS 6A
Hoover 44, Clay-Chalkville 20
Opelika 35, Carver-Montgomery 21

CLASS 5A
McAdory 10, Muscle Shoals 3
Spanish Fort 24, St. Paul’s 10

CLASS 4A
Oneonta 40, Madison County 25
UMS-Wright 35, Dora 21

CLASS 3A
Fayette County 35, Straughn 14
Madison Academy 21, Lauderdale County 13

CLASS 2A
Tanner 35, Reeltown 14
Washington County 41, Sweet Water 33

CLASS 1A
Brantley 46, McIntosh 0
Marion County 42, Pickens County 41

AHSAA CHAMPIONSHIPS
(All games at Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn)

THURSDAY’S FINALS
11 a.m. – Class 3A: Fayette Co. (12-2) vs. Madison Acad. (12-2)
3 p.m. – Class 1A: Brantley (14-0) vs. Marion Co. (13-1)
7 p.m. – Class 5A: Spanish Fort (13-1) vs. McAdory (14-0)

FRIDAY’S FINALS
11 a.m. – Class 4A: UMS-Wright (12-2) vs. Oneonta (14-0)
3 p.m. – Class 2A: Washington Co. (13-1) vs. Tanner (13-0)
7 p.m. – Class 6A: Opelika (10-4) vs. Hoover (14-0)

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