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1977 State Championship Final Summaries


  
1977 Class 2A State Championship Game
Stevenson vs. Handley
Stevenson
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
24   Section W  
46   North Sand Mountain W  
21   Pisgah W  
11   South Pittsburg TN W  
35   Madison County 12 W  
14   Marion County TN 18 L  
27   Ider W  
23   Whitwell TN W  
28   Sewanee TN 14 W  
26   Bridgeport 16 W  
11   Geraldine W OT  1st Rd
14   Hazlewood W  2nd Rd
13   Susan Moore W  Semi
17   Handley 16 W  Finals
  
31013-1-0 109
Region Record  5-0
Handley
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
34   Randolph County W  
35   Goodwater W  
44   Beauregard 17 W  
23   Clay County W  
46   Woodland 13 W  
36   Dadeville W  
13   Lanett 24 L  
34   Lineville W  
30   LaFayette 12 W  
31   Ranburne W  
28   Elmore County 23 W  1st Rd
33   Hokes Bluff W  2nd Rd
27   Florala 21 W  Semi
16   Stevenson 17 L  Finals
  
43012-2-0 150
Region Record  7-0
Game Summary
Handley
0 0 8 8 -- 16
Stevenson
0 7 7 3 -- 17
 
 Scoring Summaries: 
Stevenson: Gary Trimew 17 yard run (Robbie Johnson PAT) 1:20
Handley: Randy Whaley 78 yard interception return (Edwin Turner run) 0:41
Stevenson: Phil Thompson 40 yard field goal 8:11
Stevenson: Sammy McCall 5 yard run (Phil Thompson PAT)
Handley: Bruce Alford 42 yard pass from Chris Daniel (Edwin Turner run) 2:00
 
  Handley Stevenson
First Downs 9 15
Rush/Yards 96 208
Pass/Yards 107 51
Pass att/com/int 13-5-2 11-5-1
Total Yards 203 259
Fumbles/Lost 1 0
Punt/Avg.4-35.5 5-29.6
Penalties10 59
Time of Poss.
    
Game MVP:
Records:  Handley (12-2); Stevenson (13-1)
Coaches: Paul Woolley, Handley and Ken McKinney, Stevenson
Game: Played Friday December 2, 1977 at Stevenson
 
Summary:
Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

From 1947 until his retirement in 1992 Glenn Daniel's teams won 302 games at Pine Hill and Luverne. He was the winningest coach in state history until 2010.