Only 3 Remain: UMS, St. Paul’s, McGill last local contenders

MOBILE, AL (WNSP) —And then there were three.

After the latest round of the playoffs, only three teams from this area remain in the AHSAA playoffs, and one punched its ticket to the final.

Spanish Fort, Mobile Christian and St. Luke’s all lost this past Friday, eliminating Mobile and Baldwin County from contention in their respective classes.

Vigor also lost to Demopolis 35-14, but St. Paul’s has a chance at avenging the local loss. If the Saints win, they will move on to the finals in Tuscaloosa.

UMS-Wright is in a similar situation. The Bulldogs travel to take on Andalusia this weekend, and the winner of that game earns a spot in the 4A Finals.

One team from this area is already headed to the state finals matchup: McGill-Toolen. With its 27-26 win over Central-Phenix City, the Jackets advanced to the 7A Finals in Auburn December 6, when they play Hoover in a rematch of last year’s finals.

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Here are the final three and their paths to Tuscaloosa (or Auburn):



Playoff Week 1: 42-7 over Leeds
Playoff Week 2: 28-14 over Montgomery-Catholic
Playoff Week 3: 31-7 over Bibb County
Playoff Week 4: @ Andalusia

Following a win, the Bulldogs will take on the Fayette County-Saks winner in Tuscaloosa December 7-8.


St. Paul’s

Playoff Week 1: 48-6 over Marbury
Playoff Week 2: 37-13 over Carroll
Playoff Week 3: 52-20 over Beauregard
Playoff Week 4: @ Demopolis

With a win, the Saints will play the the St. Clair County/Briarwood Christian winner in Tuscaloosa December 7-8.



Playoff Week 1: 35-14 over Jeff Davis
Playoff Week 2: 31-13 over Auburn
Playoff Week 3: 27-26 over Central-Phenix City
Playoff Finals: vs. Hoover in Auburn, December 6