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Parker recognized by AHSAA with Making A Difference Award

madison county recordMADISON- Bob Jones principal Robby Parker has been chosen to be the 6A recipient of the most prestigious Alabama High School Athletic Association award a coach or administrator can receive. Parker was named the winner for Class 6A of the 2014 Making A Difference Award. The award was established in 2011 by the AHSAA and AHSADCA to recognize individuals who go beyond their normal duties as a coach, teacher, or administrator to make a positive impact in their schools and communities. Parker has been at Bob Jones for 26 years and has served as teacher, baseball coach, assistant football coach, athletic director, and principal. He was named principal in June, 2005. He was baseball coach for five years in the mid-1990's. AHSAA Executive Director Steve Savarese announced the six individuals who won last week. "The recipients in this class are tremendous role models for their students, faculty, and community. They are excellent examples of what this award stands for. This award is the most important honor a professional educator in our state can receive. Characteristics considered for this award include character, integrity, and service, all of which have enable Mr. Parker to have a life-changing impact on the community and school," Savarese said. Parker will be presented the award at the Championship Coaches Banquet at the Renaissance Montgomery Convention Center on July 25. The 6 p.m. event will close the 2014 Summer Conference and All-Star Sports Week for member schools. Bob Jones Softball Coach Kent Chambers nominated Parker. "We are blessed at Bob Jones to have Robby Parker as our principal. He lets students know they are important, going above and beyond what the average expectations are of an administrator. He has created a sense of family in our students and his love for Bob Jones is evident in all he does. He sets the bar extremely high for all high school principals," Chambers wrote. Parker attends all football game and basketball games. He attends every signing that his schedule will allow; often talking about his days as a college baseball player at Samford University in Birmingham. He is a 1981 graduate of Fairfield High School. Parker has an undergraduate degree from Samford and a Masters from UNA. Academically, Bob Jones was named among the top 5% of American High Schools. The school regularly produces Presidential Scholars including one this year. Athletically, the Patriots have won state titles in girl's and boy's basketball programs. The volleyball team also won a state championship this past year. By Lindsay Vaught

2014 Athletic Boosters Club of Huntsville Banquet

Alexis Howell and David Gunther were recognized at the Athletic Boosters Club of Huntsville Banquet on Friday, April 18th as the Top Female and Male Athletes of the Year, representing Bob Jones High School. Alexis Howell is a Senior Captain and Most Valuable Player in the 2013 State Volleyball Tournament of the Current Class 6A State Champion Volleyball team at Bob Jones High School. David Gunther has been a Captain of the Bob Jones High School Cross Country team and Long distance runner on the Bob Jones High School Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field teams. Pictured with Alexis and David are Bob Jones High School Head Volleyball Coach, April Marsh and Bob Jones High School Athletic Director, John Wilson.

Opportunity knocks for Alabama linebacker Reggie Ragland

alFor Alabama linebacker Reggie Ragland, opportunity knocks after 2 years of patience

TUSCALOOSA, Alabama -- Frustration would have been understandable. Outside of some spot duty in blowouts and special teams, Reggie Ragland hasn't seen the field all that much since he arrived at Alabama as one of the top-ranked inside linebackers in the nation. He piled up eight tackles in 11 games and 17 over the course of all 13 games in 2013.The star player in front of him who racked up 215 tackles and collected the Butkus Award during that period served as one of the leading reasons why Ragland's playing time was sparse. Ragland, though, understood the circumstances. "It didn't frustrate me at all," said Ragland, the former Bob Jones High star out of Madison. "I knew I had two years to learn behind the best, and I did." The departure of C.J. Mosley has opened the door wide for a player like Ragland, who regularly has been seen working alongside senior Trey DePriest and the rest of the first-team defense throughout the spring. He's been locked in a competition with promising sophomore Reuben Foster, who has been dealing with a neck injury, but he's also been moonlighting with the outside linebackers. He's fully aware of the opportunity that sits in front of him... (More at


2014-16 7A Football Alignment
Region 1
Alma Bryant
Mary Montgomery
Region 2
Central Phenix-City
Jeff Davis
Lee Montgomery
Smiths Station
Region 3
Mountain Brook
Oak Mountain
Spain Park
Tuscaloosa County
Vestavia Hills
Region 4
Bob Jones
Gadsden City
Hazel Green
James Clemens
2014 BJHS Football Signup and Registration

Use the attachments for 2014 BJHS Football Registration. Players can pick up the AHSAA required documents from Coach Rose.

2013-2014 All-Sports Race
Wednesday, 21 May 2014 00:00

Based on a criteria established by The Birmingham News for All Sports Rankings Trophy. Points are awarded based on each sport’s results in the state playoffs. At the completion of 2013-2014 school year, Bob Jones HS finished 8th in The All Sports Rankings. This is based on the teams finish in the playoffs and state meets. Below are the Top 10, as well as other local 6A schools. 

School Point Totals

Bob Jones State Results

1. Hoover - 149 points
2. Auburn - 138 points
3. Mountain Brook - 136 points
4. Vestavia - 112 points
5. Huntsville - 96.5 points
6. McGill-Toolin - 81 points
7. Spain Park - 80 points
8. Bob Jones - 66 points
9. Hewitt-Trussville - 57 points
10. Fairhope - 51.5 points

Others local schools:

Sparkman - 47 points
Grissom - 37 points
James Clemens - 25 points
Florence - 22.5 points
Austin - 22 points
Decatur - 14 points
Lee Huntsville - 6 points
Buckhorn - 4 points

Football - 6 Points
Volleyball - 15 Points
Girls Cross-Country - 8 Points
Boys Swimming - 10 Points
Girls Swimming - 6 Points
Boys Basketball - 6 Points
Boys Soccer - 2 Points
Girls Soccer - 4 Points
Boys Tennis - 7 Points
Boys Golf - 2 Points 

Bob Jones High School totals from recent years:
2012-13 - 62 points - 8th
2011-12 - 84 points - 7th
2010-11 - 98.5 points - 3rd
2009-10 - 116 points - 4th
2008-09 - 98 points - 3rd
2007-08 - 91.5 points - 3rd
2006-07 - 87 points - 6th
2005-06 - 86 points - 6th
2004-05 - 69 points - 7th
2003-04 - 76 points - 6th



UAH Freshmen Softball Player and Bob Jones Alum, Brianna Sullivan was named to The 2013 Easton NCAA Division 2 All American Team.


24/7 sports has Nick Holman ranked as the #5 ILB Prospect in the state of Alabama.