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Bob Jones High School: 14 – Hazel Green: 42 (The Streak is Over)

The Streak is Over HAZEL GREEN — The streak is over. Hazel Green’s defense made sure of it. The Trojans forced five turnovers, and returned one for a score, in a 42-14 win over Bob Jones on Friday night, ending the Patriots’ streak of 26 straight region wins, which was the second longest run in

Bob Jones High School: 48 – Florence: 42 (Win by Survival)

Win by Survival MADISON, Alabama – Jamey DuBose’s first visit to Madison City Schools Stadium ended with a loss, the same result every Florence head coach has experienced when bringing a team to face Bob Jones. DuBose can thank Bob Jones junior Jay Rogers to the setback. Rogers ran for 241 yards and four touchdowns

Bob Jones High School: 72 – James Clemens: 0 (Patriots Dominate Jets)

Patriots Dominate Jets MADISON, Alabama – Before the halftime fireworks show, Bob Jones High School provided plenty of explosions Friday night against its new crosstown rival James Clemens. Ben Washington amassed 110 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns in the first half as the Patriots built a 44-0 halftime lead and coasted to a 72-0 win

Bob Jones High School: 30 – Northridge: 40 (Forfeit)

Northridge’s Scarbrough runs for 214 yards, 3 TDs TUSCALOOSA | The Northridge High School Jaguars came back in the second half to defeat the Bob Jones Patriots, 40-30 on Friday night. Junior running back Bo Scarbrough had 37 carries for 214 yards with three touchdowns. With many cutback runs, Scarbrough left the Patriots defense without

2011 BJHS Football Recap

2011 Bob Jones High School Football Recap Regular Season 66-13 52-7 10-7 63-0 28-13 37-15 51-28 50-7 17-3 13-41 Post-Season Round 1 26-0 Round 2 17-26     Alabama 6A Region 8 Overall Next / Previous Wins/Losses Bob Jones 7-0 10-2 Hoover L 17-26 (#1 Seed) Huntsville 5-2 8-4 Mountain Brook L 14-31 (#2 Seed)

Bob Jones High School: 17 – Hoover: 26 (Patriots Fall in Close One)

Patriots Fall in Close One MADISON — There wasn’t much to Josh Niblett’s halftime speech Friday night. Perhaps that’s because, in the Hoover football coach’s estimation, there wasn’t much to the Bucs’ effort during the first two quarters of their second-round, Class 6A playoff game against Bob Jones. “I told our kids all week it

Bob Jones High School: 26 – Tuscaloosa County: 0 (Patriots Bounce Back)

Patriots Bounce Back MADISON – Bob Jones High proved that it possesses a short memory. After last week’s defeat at Class 6A top-ranked Hoover, the Patriots defeated Tuscaloosa County in the first round of the state playoffs. “Defensively, we came back and got a shutout,” Bob Jones coach Kevin Rose said. “Obviously we rebounded from

Bob Jones High School: 17 – Decatur: 3 (Bob Jones Finally Wins at Ogle Stadium)

Bob Jones Finally Wins at Ogle Stadium DECATUR, Alabama – Fifth-ranked Bob Jones High and Decatur were dead even at halftime Friday night, each with three points and 98 total yards. But the visiting Patriots rode two big plays to a 17-3 win at Ogle Stadium. Unbeaten Bob Jones improved to 9-0 overall and 7-0