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1989 State Championship Final Summaries

1989 Class 4A State Championship Game
Pike County vs. Colbert County
Pike County
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
22   Charles Henderson W  
39   Shelby County 10 W  
14   Tallassee W  
39   Wetumpka W  
 Elba 10 L  
28   Elmore County W  
27   Abbeville W  
14   Dothan 31 L  
31   Headland 12 W  
40   Dale County W  
29   Ashford 15 W  1st Rd
43   Southside Selma 19 W  2nd Rd
28   T.R. Miller 17 W  3rd Rd
21   Greensboro 14 W  Semi
20   Colbert County 19 W  Finals
40113-2-0 187
Region Record  3-0
Colbert County
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
26   Cherokee W  
28   Courtland W  
20   Russellville 13 W  
21   Hazlewood W  
28   Colbert Heights W  
32   Sheffield W  
34   Wilson 17 W  
36   Lawrence County W  
22   Deshler W  
23   Muscle Shoals W  
41   Brooks 17 W  1st Rd
35   Hanceville 13 W  2nd Rd
21   Deshler W  3rd Rd
40   Munford 25 W  Semi
19   Pike County 20 L  Finals
42614-1-0 115
Region Record  3-0
Game Summary
Pike County
0 7 13 0 -- 20
Colbert County
0 13 0 6 -- 19
 Scoring Summaries: 
Colbert: Scott Storer 2 yard run (Eric Lynch PAT)
Colbert: Carlos Burnett 7 yard pass from Jason Clement (PAT no good)
Pike: Robert Holland 8 yard run (Emmit Ricks PAT)
Pike: Charles Harris 37 yard pass from Michael Holland (Emmit Ricks PAT)
Pike: Steve Coleman 80 yard run (PAT blocked)
Colbert: Kenyatta Jones 11 yard run (Clements run failed)
  Pike Colbert
First Downs9 20
Rush/Yards207 242
Pass/Yards37 91
Pass att/com/int8-1-0 11-6-1
Total Yards244 333
Fumbles/Lost0 2
Punt/Avg.4-34.5 3-38.0
Penalties88 48
Time of Poss.  
Game MVP:
Records: Colbert County (10-4); Pike County (13-2)
Coaches: Wayne Grant, Pike County and Don Creasy, Colbert County
Game: Played Friday December 1, 1989 at Brundridge
         In 1989, the Indians rolled into the title game against a very strong Pike County team with a perfect 15-0 record. Colbert County was defeated by Pike County in a hard fought 20-19 game that saw the Indians miss on a two point conversion that would have given them a lead late in the game.
         The Indian led 13-7 at halftime before Pike County scored two quick third quarter touchdowns to take a 20-13 lead with 5:58 remaining in the third. Colbert County pulled within a single point on its next possession by driving 72 yards in six plays. Quarterback Jason Clement completed a couple of long passes before Kenyatta Jones scored on a 12-yard run.
         Creasy decided to to attempt a two-point conversion. Quarterback Jason Clement was sacked on the play and the Indians still trailed 20-19 with 10:48 to play. After forcing a Pike County punt, the Indians drove 76 yards to the Bulldogs five before missing a 21-yard field goal attempt.
         A last play interception by Steve Coleman dashed any hopes of a comeback by the Indians. Steve Coleman finished with 194 yards rushing on 28 carries. Kenyatta Jones ran for 187 yards on 27 carries to pace Colbert County.
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