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FOOTBALL
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SHADES VALLEY 2010 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE


(1-6 Region 7, 1-8 overall)

Aug.27 at Mountain Brook 11-37


Sep. 3 at Pell City * 28-14
Sep.10 Gadsden City * 14-42
Sep.17 at Clay-Chalkville * 14-40
Sep.24 Hueytown 28-35
Oct. 1 Austin * (HC) 42-45
Oct. 8 at Huffman * 7-14
Oct.15 Hewitt-Trussville * 20-21
Oct.22 at Oxford * 28-35
Oct.28 Vestavia Hills
* Region 7 games

- LAST GAME -
- Oxford defeated Shades Valley 35-28 on October 22.

- NEXT GAME/ SERIES NOTES -


- home vs Vestavia Hills (5-2 Region 6, 7-2) on October 28.
- Vestavia Hills leads series 27-9-1.
- series has been played every year since 1975, and 37 of the past 38 years.
- Shades Valley most points in series game was 37 in 1996 and biggest win was 31
in 1999.
- Vestavia Hills most points in series game was 42 in 1998 and biggest win was 24
in 1980.
- Shades Valley had a 4 game winning streak in the series.
- Vestavia Hills has a current 10 game winning streak in the series.
- Vestavia Hills won the last game between the teams 28-14 in 2009.
- Shades Valley comes in averaging 22.1 points per game, while giving up 30.5.
- Vestavia Hills comes in averaging 24.2 points per game, while giving up 15.5.
- This is the final game of the 2010 season.

-Series Highlights-

The Shades Valley and Vestavia Hills series didn't begin until the 1970s, but it has
become a game traditionally on both teams schedules. In the past it was because of
region matchups, but since the 90s it has became a matchup to harken back to the
days when Shades Valley was considered one of the Over-the-Mountain teams. This
is the 38th all-time matchup with the Vestavia Hills Rebels. Vestavia Hills leads the
series between the teams 27-9-1.
Shades Valley and Vestavia Hills first met in 1973 with the game ending in a 7-7 tie.
The two teams did not meet in 1974, but resumed the series in 1975 and have
played every year since. This will be the 36th consecutive year Shades Valley has
met Vestavia Hills in football, with Vestavia Hills taking 27 of those previous 36
meetings. In the process, Vestavia Hills has enjoyed a couple of winning streaks
against Shades Valley—eight in a row from 1978 to 1985 and the current ten-game
streak from 2000 to the present. Regardless of the outcome, most of the contests
are fairly close and rarely are any games in the series a blowout.

Interestingly, Shades Valley owns four shutout victories over Vestavia Hills, which is
the most any team has ever shut out the Rebels. That is pretty good, especially
considering Vestavia Hills has only been shut out 20 times in its 41-year existence.
(By comparison, the Hoover Bucs have only shutout the Rebels three times during
their rivalry.) And even though Vestavia Hills has won 27 games against the
Mounties, Vestavia Hills has only shutout Shades Valley three times.

The Mounties-Rebels series has had many memorable games, such as in 1998,
when the teams met twice that season. The two teams played each other in the
season opening game, with Vestavia Hills taking a 20-11 victory. Both teams then
ran off twelve straight wins, only to meet again in the semifinals of the state
playoffs. Vestavia Hills came in ranked #1 in the state and the Mounties were #7,
and Vestavia Hills pulled off a thrilling 42-35 overtime victory over the Mounties,
which many said at the time was the game that actually decided the state
championship.

The next year, the Mounties got a measure of revenge by routing the defending
state champions 31-0 on their own home field to open the 1999 season. That win
would turn out to be the last victory Shades Valley would enjoy over the Rebels.

Vestavia Hills game by game results

1973 7- 7 0- 0- 1 1996 37-29 8-14- 1


1975 6-21 0- 1- 1 1997 16-25 8-15- 1
1976 0-19 0- 2- 1 1998 11-20 8-16- 1
1977 36-19 1- 2- 1 1998* 35-42+ 8-17- 1
1978 21-35 1- 3- 1 1999 31- 0 9-17- 1
1979 24-27 1- 4- 1 2000 7-28 9-18- 1
1980 0-24 1- 5- 1 2001 14-21 9-19- 1
1981 14-17 1- 6- 1 2002 7-28 9-20- 1
1982 17-19 1- 7- 1 2003 7-27 9-21- 1
1983 3-17 1- 8- 1 2004 10-20 9-22- 1
1984 14-24 1- 9- 1 2005 21-28 9-23- 1
1985 7-21 1-10- 1 2006 15-29 9-24- 1
1986 21-13 2-10- 1 2007 20-35 9-25- 1
1987 16- 0 3-10- 1 2008 21-28 9-26- 1
1988 31- 6 4-10- 1 2009 14-28 9-27- 1
1989 28- 0 5-10- 1 * playoffs
1990 19-20 5-11- 1 + overtime
1991 14-36 5-12- 1
1992 19- 0 6-12- 1
1993 0- 3 6-13- 1
1994 35-24 7-13- 1
1995 7-27 7-14- 1

VESTAVIA HILLS 2010 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE


(5-2 Class 6A Region 6, 7-2 overall)

Aug.27 at Florence 36- 7


Sep. 3 Mountain Brook * 17-13
Sep.10 Thompson * 28-13
Sep.17 at Pelham * 38-23
Sep.24 Briarwood 34-10
Oct. 1 Homewood * 42-20
Oct. 8 at Spain Park * 16-19
Oct.15 at Hoover * 7-35
Oct.22 Oak Mountain *
Oct.28 at Shades Valley
* Region 6 games

GAMES INVOLVING REGION 7 TEAMS FOR WEEK 9:


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Oxford 35 Shades Valley 28
Austin 41 Pell City 29
Clay-Chalkville 27 Huffman 7
Gadsden City 28 Hewitt-Trussville 21 OT

UPCOMING GAMES INVOLVING REGION 7 TEAMS FOR WEEK 10:


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Vestavia Hills at Shades Valley
Hartselle at Austin
Bessemer City vs Huffman at Lawson Field
Lee-Montgomery at Gadsden City
Oxford at Central-Phenix City
Hewitt-Trussville at Pelham
Spain Park at Clay-Chalkville
Etowah at Pell City

2010 REGION 7 STANDINGS


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TEAM REGION OVERALL PF PA REGION GAMES REMAINING
Gadsden City 6- 1 7- 2 233 160 clinched 1st
Hewitt-Trussville 5- 2 7- 2 190 131 clinched playoff spot
Oxford 5- 2 6- 3 259 201 clinched playoff spot
Clay-Chalkville 5- 2 6- 3 227 157 clinched playoff spot
Austin 4- 3 4- 5 234 318
Huffman 1- 6 3- 6 135 161
Shades Valley 1- 6 1- 8 199 275
Pell City 1- 6 3- 6 213 235

* region standings are based on head to head results vs teams if tied with another,
otherwise if they have not yet played they're arranged in alphabetical order

====RECAP AND PREVIEW====


Last Friday the Mounties made their last road trip of the season to Oxford to play
the Yellow Jackets. Oxford came in needing a win for at least a tie for second place
in the region, while the Mounties were playing for nothing more than pride.

Oxford roared out to a 35-6 lead, then got comfortable with their lead and suddenly
the Mounties started a comeback. Shades Valley scored 22 straight unanswered
points and closed the gap to 35-28, but there wasn't enough clock left to finish the
comeback and the Mounties fell. Yet another close loss, and yet another huge scare
for a team that felt they would walk out of the stadium with an easy victory.
Nonetheless, the Mounties record falls to 1-8 overall, and 1-6 in Region 7. Gadsden
City won Region 7 by virtue of defeating Hewitt-Trussville on Friday. Hewitt-
Trussville, Oxford & Clay-Chalkville are tied for second at 5-2. Austin is fifth at 4-3.
Huffman, Shades Valley & Pell City are tied for sixth with 1-6 records.

Our last game of the season has the Mounties finishing at home against traditional
foe, the Vestavia Hills Rebels. Vestavia Hills went 9-2 last year, and currently are 7-
2 overall and 5-2 in Region 6. They finished in second place in Region 6 and will
host on November 5th in a first round playoff game. Shades Valley comes into the
game averaging 22.1 points per game, while giving up 30.5. Vestavia Hills comes in
averaging 24.2 points per game, while giving up 15.5. Vestavia Hills is coached by
Buddy Anderson, who is in his 33rd year of coaching, all at Vestavia Hills. His
career record is 276-114-1. Anderson is 25-8 in his career against Shades Valley,
while Shades Valley's Coleman is 0-6 in his career against Vestavia Hills.

Shades Valley's head coach is Curtis Coleman. Since Coach Coleman came to
Shades Valley, his Mountie teams have increased by two the number of wins they
have had each year. Starting with his first year, the Mounties had 0 in 2006, 2 in
2007, 4 in 2008 and 6 in 2009. This is Coach Coleman's fifth year at Shades Valley.
He is 13-36 in his years here after previously coaching at Ensley and Huffman. His
overall career record is 129-119 in 23 years as a head coach. Coleman's assistants
on the field are Mike Burrus, Doney Childrey, Bobby Coleman, Leonard Davis,
Ricardo Holloman, Mike Howard, Stuart Morrison, James Robinson, Jermaine Watson,
Brandon Williams, & Alex Wilson.
===REGION PLAYOFF PAIRINGS===
Region 7 is again paired with Region 8 for the first 2 rounds of the playoffs. Region 8
consists of Bob Jones, Buckhorn, Decatur, Florence, Grissom, Hazel Green,
Huntsville and Sparkman. Home teams for the first round are the 1st and 2nd place
teams from Region 7 (Gadsden City & ) and 8 (Bob Jones & Decatur). Third & fourth
from each region must travel to the second & first place, respectively, from the
opposing regions. The first round matchups are as follows: Huntsville at Gadsden
City, Buckhorn at, at Decatur, at Bob Jones). The quarterfinal & semifinal rounds of
the playoffs go against the survivors from Regions 5 & 6 to compete against the
survivors of our two opening rounds. The last team standing then faces the south
champion in the state title game at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn the first week in
December.

2010 REGION 7 STANDINGS


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TEAM REGION OVERALL PF PA REGION GAMES REMAINING
Gadsden City 6- 1 7- 2 233 160 clinched 1st
Hewitt-Trussville 5- 2 7- 2 190 131 clinched playoff spot
Oxford 5- 2 6- 3 259 201 clinched playoff spot
Clay-Chalkville 5- 2 6- 3 227 157 clinched playoff spot
Austin 4- 3 4- 5 234 318
Huffman 1- 6 3- 6 135 161
Shades Valley 1- 6 1- 8 199 275
Pell City 1- 6 3- 6 213 235

2010 REGION 8 STANDINGS


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TEAM REGION OVERALL PF PA REGION GAMES REMAINING
Bob Jones 7- 0 8- 1 318 154 clinched 1st
Decatur 6- 1 8- 1 294 108 clinched 2nd
Buckhorn 5- 2 6- 3 217 193 clinched 3rd
Huntsville 3- 4 4- 5 212 229 clinched 4th
Florence 3- 4 4- 5 243 249
Hazel Green 2- 5 3- 6 168 296
Sparkman 2- 5 2- 7 184 247
Grissom 0- 7 1- 8 120 268

* region standings are based on head to head results vs teams if tied with another,
otherwise if they have not yet played they're arranged by overall record