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Alabama All-Star Game




         
1981

      The North stars ended a five-game losing streak in a 14-6 victory with a surprise ending. On the final play of the game, Jimmy Warren of Ensley weaved his way 78 yards for a touchdown after a desperation field goal as most of the South players stood and watched or began congratulating their North opponents.

      Taking a 2-0 lead on a safety in the second quarter, the North drove 76 yards in 11 plays for a touchdown in the third quarter behind the running of Ricky Moore, Lee of Huntsville standout named the game's most valuable back. Moore had 45 yards in the march capped by a one-yard touchdown by Ross Dye of Munford.

      Don Horstead of Elba scored the South touchdown from the one with four minutes left, but the South's tW0-point conversion try failed and the North held to its 8-6 lead.

      Moore was the game's leading rusher with 85 yards in 12 carries. Horstead led the South with 28 yards.

      The North's Tandy Rogers of Parker and Hardv Walker of Grissom tied in the voting for the game's most valuable lineman.



 1981 
 North Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
 Mike Ballew  Minor LB6-1 185Sr.  
 Jim Barnes  Fayette County P6-0 195Sr.  North Alabama
 Kenneth Bentley  Carver Birmingham DT6-4 252Sr.  Southern Miss
  Jim Burkhalter  Gordo DE6-3 217Sr.  
 Gary Condray  Erwin RB5-11 178Sr.  Auburn
 John Dailey  Huffman TE6-2 205Sr.  Auburn
 Joe Dismukes  Southside Gadsden G6-3 267Sr.  Alabama
 Ross Dye  Munford RB5-10 185Sr.  Coahoma Jr. College
 Bart Ferguson  Ohatchee PK6-1 175Sr.  
 Steve Gentles  Madison Academy S5-10 160Sr.  
 Sammy Hood  Ider CB5-11 175Sr.  Alabama
 Steve Jones  Huffman C6-3 220Sr.  Mississippi State
 Barrett Lloyd  Cullman OL6-3 235Sr.  Memphis State
 Rodney Long  Southside Gadsden FL6-1 170Sr.  Austin Peay
 Joe Manning  Scottsboro DL6-5 260Sr.  Auburn
 David Moon  Hazel Green G6-6 260Sr.  Tennessee
 Ricky Moore  Lee Huntsville RB6-0 220Sr.  Alabama
 Jeff Parker  Gordo QB6-3 180Sr.  Clemson
 Greg Peeples  Gadsden T6-4 250Sr.  Alabama
 Alan Plump  Parker SE6-1 195Sr.  
 Don Puckett  Hartselle CB5-7 170Sr.  North Alabama
 Kenny Rogers  Northside RB5-11 190Sr.  Mississippi State
 Tandy Rogers  Parker MG6-2 228Sr.  Auburn
 Willard Scissum  Lee Huntsville DT6-3 280Sr.  Alabama
 Willie Scott.  Walker LB5-11 215Sr.  Alabama A&M
 Ken Thomas  Gordo DE6-3 220Sr.  Auburn
 Hardy Walker  Grissom T6-4 285Sr.  Alabama
 Jimmie Warren  Ensley S5-11 172Sr.  Auburn
 Jon Williams  Arab RB6-2 265Sr.  Alabama


 1981 
 South Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
 Wendell Adcock  Dadeville LB6-3 205Sr.  
 Randy Brooks  Valley T6-2 220Sr.  
 Mike Bush  Stanhope Elmore QB6-1 173Sr.  
 Danny Carmichael  Northview DT6-1 245Sr.  Troy State
 Ricky Colbert  Escambia County LB6-1 185Sr.  Alabama
 Willie Collins  Charles Henderson DT5-11 232Sr.  Troy State
 Jobay Cooney  Homewood S5-10 175Sr.  Auburn
 Craig Florence  Enterprise SE5-11 175Sr.  Alabama
 Tommy Gibson  Shaw T6-4 255Sr.  Alabama
 David Gilmer  Etowah DE6-5 257Sr.  Alabama
  Marti Glaze   Sr.  
 Buck Hanson  Enterprise G6-2 235Sr.  Troy State
 Jimmy Hayes  Akron CB5-9 179Sr.  Livingston
 Don Horstead  Elba RB5-10 188Sr.  Alabama
 Boykin Hunter  Glenn FB6-0 215Sr.  Grambling
 Harry Jackson  Eufaula FB5-11 185Sr.  Auburn
 Howie Johnston  Vestavia Hills C6-2 230Sr.  Jacksonville State
 Craig Jones  Opp TE6-3 217Sr.  Auburn
 David King  Fairhope CB5-10 178Sr.  Auburn
 Emmanuel King  Leroy DE6-4 220Sr.  Alabama
 Chuck McCall  Jeff Davis MG6-3 245Sr.  Alabama
 Darwin Murph  Murphy DE6-4 210Sr.  Mississippi State
 Brian Ray  Southern Choctaw QB5-11 180Sr.  Alabama A&M
 Danny Salchert  Vestavia Hills QB5-11 190Sr.  Mississippi State
 Terry Sanders  Berry P/K6-1 175Sr.  Alabama
 David Sikes  Carver Montgomery S6-0 165Sr.  Troy State
 Jimmy Singleton  Stanhope Elmore OL6-2 210Sr.  Troy State
 James Taylor  Banks DE6-0 191Sr.  Southeastern Louisiana
 Tracy Turner  Washington County G6-3 220Sr.  Auburn
 Terrence Wimberly  Jackson RB5-8 165Sr.  North Alabama
 Mike Zambiasi  Jeff Davis LB6-0 190Sr.  Georgia




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