RadioAlabama Sports brings you Friday night action from Sylacauga, Childersburg, B.B. Comer, Fayetteville and Lincoln. Take a look at where each team is playing this week and where you can listen to the game.
Childersburg (2-3, 0-3) at Sylacauga (4-1, 2-1)
On-Air: Yea!106.5 (Sylacauga)
Online Audio (Sylacauga)
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On-Air: KiX 100.3 (Childersburg)
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Sylacauga returns home to Legion Stadium for homecoming against the Childersburg Tigers. The Aggies are looking to rebound from an overtime loss to Mortimer Jordan, while Childersburg is in the midst of a three-game losing streak after starting out 2-0. The Tiger defense has allowed 33 points per game during the losing stretch, and they face a difficult offense to stop as Sylacauga has scored more than 34 points in each of their last four games. Sylacauga won last year’s meeting 13-8, and they lead the all-time series 48-21-2.
B.B. Comer (1-3, 1-2) at Talladega County Central (0-4, 0-3)
B.B. Comer has competed well in a difficult region, but Randolph County got the best of the Tigers last week 43-14. B.B. Comer’s defense will get a reprieve against the Fighting Tigers as Talladega County Central has scored six points in each of their last three games. B.B. Comer should be able to flex its muscles against the Talladega County Central defense, which is allowing 42.5 points per game. After facing tough opposition in the first four weeks, this is a much-needed game for B.B. Comer.
Fayetteville (3-1, 1-1) vs. Francis Marion (1-2, 1-1)
Fayetteville had a crazy game against Central Coosa before the bye week, winning 75-36. It was the first time all-season the Wolves scored more than 20 points. 1A Francis Marion is coming off its first victory of the year, a 48-6 win over Ellwood Christian. The two teams have only met on two other occasions (2014 and 2015), both victories for Fayetteville. Fayetteville won the last meeting 19-8.
Lincoln (3-1, 2-0) at Munford (2-3, 1-2)
Last season’s last-second victory for Lincoln over Munford adds some more spice to an already-heated rivalry game. Lincoln wraps a two-game road stretch against Munford as the Golden Bears defeated Talladega 31-13 last week. Running back Chorion Kelly ran over the Talladega defense for 135 yards. Lincoln, which is averaging 29.8 points per game, is still looking for consistency on the offensive side of the ball, but tonight is an opportunity for improvement against a tough 5A opponent that is allowing 28.4. While Munford is 2-3, they have lost to some of the state’s best teams in Oxford, Center Point and Central Clay County. The Lions are better than the record suggests, and this game serves as a springboard for both teams into the second half of the season.