The current season's ratings and scores are available here. The region alignments can be found here. The list of games played is always available. If you use this data on another website, please credit me.
Season Complete! The playoff brackets have scores for all classes -- these are provided courtesy of Corey G. (may require Internet Explorer to display correctly). Want to see the ratings at the end of the regular season? Then click here.
If a score is wrong, or you have a missing score, please let me know.
State Championship results.
Quick look at the state's top 15 teams:
Content-Type: text/html *=Class 2A 2=Class 3A 3=Class 4A #=Class 5A "=Class 6A ^=Non-Alabama Schools W L - - 1 " Hoover 14 1 834 2 " Tuscaloosa Co. 12 1 810 3 " Davidson 12 1 801 4 " Daphne 13 2 794 5 # Homewood 15 0 790 6 " Prattville 11 1 766 7 " Opelika 12 2 764 8 " Oak Mountain 10 4 744 3 UMS-Wright 15 0 744
Region Standings and Wilson's Ratings
Class 1A Ratings and Regional Standings
Class 2A Ratings and Regional Standings
Class 3A Ratings and Regional Standings
Class 4A Ratings and Regional Standings
Class 5A Ratings and Regional Standings
Class 6A Ratings and Regional Standings
Ratings from the Wobus system
A PIQ (Particularly Important Question): "Why are forfeits not included in the ratings?"
New to the ratings? Find out what to expect in the numbers here.
Frequently asked questions about the ratings and this page.
How the computer ratings work.
You may browse the 2003 ratings by clicking here, or the 2004 results by clicking here.
Questions or comments should be addressed to email@example.com. Additional ratings (for NCAA teams, and also previous AHSAA years) can be found at the front page.
Disclaimer: This page is in no way affiliated with, sponsored by, or sanctioned by the Alabama High School Athletic Association. You may visit the AHSAA's web site by clicking here.
Special Credits: Many thanks to David Wilson and John Wobus, creators of these two fine rating systems. Thanks to Alan Mitchell of the AHSAA for his correspondence regarding the site. Thanks again to Tim Wagner for many discussions about ratings, rankings, seedings, and anything else related to sports.
Thanks for scores and discussion: A big thanks to Nick G. for pointing me toward a great web page for scores. Big thanks also to Will C. for settling the Goshen controversy in Week 5. Also, I thank John V., Michelle B., Mark P., Bruce W., Ben B., Jack E., and John S. for their score contributions.