Story by AHSAA Staff
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MONTGOMERY – Hewitt-Trussville High School and Smiths Station High School each posted semifinal wins Tuesday night to advance to the first AHSAA Girls’ Flag Football Tournament Championship Finals.
Girls’ Flag Football is in its first year as a pilot program in partnership with NFL Flag and the Atlanta Falcons. Approximately 50 schools in the AHSAA participated in the inaugural season.
The Lady Huskies beat Oxford 25-0, and the Lady Panthers downed John Carroll Catholic 14-7 Tuesday night to set the final game which will be played as part of the AHSAA Super 7 Football Championship Events at Birmingham’s new Protective Stadium.
The girls’ flag football finals will kick off at 3 p.m., on Wednesday, Dec. 1. The Super 7 Boys’ Championships commence Dec. 1 at 7 p.m., with the Class 7A state finals. The Super 7 Championships will continue Thursday, Dec. 2, with the Class 3A, 1A and 5A finals. The Super 7 concludes Dec. 3 with championship games in Classes 4A, 2A and 6A. All games will be televised over the AHSAA TV Network and live-streamed over the NFHS Network with WOTM TV’s Vince Earley serving as executive producer.
Hewitt-Trussville’s girls’ flag team is coached by Taylor Burt and Tonya Hunter. Smiths Station head coach is Meg Larsen. The Lady Huskies reached the semifinals with a 42-14 win over Tuscaloosa County last week in the quarterfinals. The Lady Panthers downed Wenonah 14-6 in their quarterfinal match last week.
Complete playoff results are below.
AHSAA Girls’ Flag Football Tournament State Finals, Birmingham Protective Stadium
Hewitt-Trussville vs. Smiths Station, Dec. 1, 3 p.m. (NFHS Network/WOTM TV)
Tuesday’s Semifinal Results
Hewitt-Trussville 25, Oxford 0
Smiths Station 14, John Carroll Catholic 7
Hewitt-Trussville 42, Tuscaloosa County 14
Oxford 31, Greensboro 20
John Carroll Catholic 27, Auburn 13
Smiths Station 14, Wenonah 6
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