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1969 State Championship Final Summaries


  
1969 Class 3A State Championship Game
Sylacauga vs. Robertsdale
Sylacauga
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
31   Pell City W  
 Childersburg 21 L  
26   Prattville 20 W  
49   Talladega W  
45   Benjamin Russell 14 W  
21   Lanett W  
40   UMS 27 W  
13   Auburn W  
42   Dora W  
35   B.B. Comer W  
42   Russellville 12 W  1st Rd
36   Robertsdale 14 W  Finals
  
38011-1-0 129
Robertsdale
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
18   W.S. Neal W  
22   Alba W  
33   Shaw 20 W  
    OPEN    
20   Foley W  
 Citronelle 13 L  
    OPEN    
42   Escambia County W  
44   Satsuma W  
36   UMS 14 W  
12   Bibb County W  1st Rd
14   Sylacauga 36 L  Finals
  
2478-2-0 109
Game Summary
Sylacauga
6 12 12 6 -- 36
Robertsdale
0 6  0 8 -- 14
 
 Scoring Summaries: 
Sylacauga: Ted Ham 7 yard run (Ken McLain PAT no good)
Sylacauga: Randy Billingsley 13 yard run (pass failed)
Robertsdale: David Stapleton 20 yard run (pass failed)
Sylacauga: Randy Billingsley 5 yard run (pass failed)
Sylacauga: Ken McLain 2 yard run (run failed)
Sylacauga: Ken McLain 2 yard run (pass failed)
Sylacauga: Randy Billingsley 5 yard run (pass failed)
Robertsdale: Mike Wagner 11 yard pass from David Stapleton (Shumote pass from Stapleton)
 
  Sylacauga Robertsdale
First Downs 21 16
Rush/Yards 364 172
Pass/Yards 41 66
Pass att/com/int 3-2-0 15-6-3
Total Yards 405 238
Fumbles/Lost 2 0
Punt/Avg.1-29.0 3-28.0
Penalties62 20
Time of Poss.
    
Game MVP:
Records:  Sylacauga (11-1); Robertsdale (8-2)
Coaches: Tom Calvin, Sylacauga and Ed Baker, Robertsdale
Game: Played Friday November 28, 1969 at Sylacauga
 
Summary:
             
Randy Billingsley would lead the Aggies by scoring three touchdowns on a 17 yard run and a couple of five yard runs. Ken McClain, the Aggie quarterback, would score twice on one yard quarterback sneaks to add to the scoring. Robertsdale's Golden Bears were led at quarterback by David Stapleton who got in on the action with a second quarter 20 yard run to cut the halftime lead to 18-7.
              Sylacauga would tack on two more third quarter scores and the two teams traded touchdowns in the final stanza. 
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