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1982 State Championship Final Summaries


  
1982 Class 1A State Championship Game
Sweet Water vs. Akron
Sweet Water
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
28   J.U. Blacksher W  
47   A.L. Johnson 12 W  
48   Fruitdale W  
48   Leroy W  
35   Coffeeville 14 W  
35   Excel 14 W  
49   Marion Military Institute W  
43   Frisco City 14 W  
14   Jackson 42 L  
42   Millry W  
28   Repton 12 W  1st Rd
21   Brantley 12 W  2nd Rd
35   Akron W  Semi
14   Calera W  Finals
  
48713-1-0 146
Region Record  5-0
Akron
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
19   Hillcrest Tuscaloosa W  
 Maplesville T  
27   Hale County W  
31   Carrollton 14 W  
27   Sunshine W  
14   Millport W  
22   Francis Marion 20 W  
55   John Essex W  
27   Greensboro W  
    OPEN    
21   Marion County W  1st Rd
24   Parrish 13 W  2nd Rd
 Collinsville W  Semi
 Sweet Water 14 L  Finals
  
28811-1-1 109
Region Record  4-0
Game Summary
Sweet Water
0 7 14 14 -- 35
Akron
6 0 0 0 -- 6
 
 Scoring Summaries: 
Akron: Walter Bryant 65 yard run (PAT no good) 10:56
Sweet Water: Darryl Landrum 1 yard run (Knute Wold PAT) 1:41
Sweet Water: Darryl Landrum 2 yard run (Knute Wold PAT) 6:23
Sweet Water: Daryell Williams 11 yard run (Knute Wold PAT) 3:43
Sweet Water: Darryl Landrum 18 yard run (Knute Wold PAT) 10:30
Sweet Water: Darryl Landrum 13 yard run (Knute Wold PAT) 3:52
 
  Sweet Water Akron
First Downs13 10
Rush/Yards271 168
Pass/Yards22 62
Pass att/com/int3-2-0 18-5-2
Total Yards293 230
Fumbles/Lost2 2
Punt/Avg.2-35.5 3-31
Penalties015
Time of Poss.
   
Game MVP:
Records: Sweet Water (13-1); Akron (11-1-1)
Coaches: Nolan Atkins, Sweet Water and Danny Matherson, Akron
Game: Played Friday December 3, 1982 at Sweet Water
 
Summary:
          Darryl Landrum scored four times and rushed for 134 yards on 23 carries to lead the Sweet Water bulldogs to their third state championship in five years. Akron turned the football over four times to assist the Bulldogs on their way.
          Akron got on the scoreboard first on their second offensive play when Walter Bryant ran 65 yards for a touchdown with 10:56 remaining in the first quarter. The Bulldogs answered with a long drive and a one yard run by Landrum for a 7-6 lead. It would be all the points Sweet Water need on the evening.
          The Bulldogs score twice in the third quarter and twice in the final stanza to put Akron away.
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