Autauga Academy game at Graceville High School canceled
2017-09-08T04:11:22Z2017-09-08T04:11:22ZBy Stephen Gunter, Sports Director
SOURCE: WSFA 12 SPORTS
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -
Autauga Academy head coach Bobby Carr tells WSFA 12 Sports the Generals game against Graceville High School in Florida on Friday has been canceled due to Hurricane Irma.Carr says there will be no makeup game between the two schools.Autauga Academy is 3-0 on the season.
Coach Turk said it won't take much to get his players excited about Saturday's game. (Source: WSFA 12 News)It's rivalry week for the Huntingdon Hawks. The team will hit the road to meet with Birmingham Southern Saturday night. While the Hawks are coming off 38-24 loss to Guilford, the Panthers started their season with a 29-25 victory over LaGrange. Huntingdon head coach Mike Turk says he was disappointed in the loss, but the team learned a lot in the first game.
The Alabama State University Hornets are on the road this weekend as the team travels to Troy for the second game of the season. Both lost their season openers with ASU losing to Tuskegee 14-6 and Troy losing to Boise State 24-13. ASU head coach Brian Jenkins said the offense played well against Tuskegee but in the end, the team hurt itself with multiple penalties and mental errors. "The number one thing I told them, 'Guys, we can't allow Alabama State to beat Alabama State.'
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