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1991 State Championship Final Summaries


 
1991 Class 2A State Championship Game
Hazlewood vs. Reeltown
Hazlewood
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
14   Courtland W  
    OPEN    
42   Tanner W  
 Fayette County 12 L  
33   Falkville W  
28   Colbert County 14 W  
54   Phillips Bear Creek W  
33   Lamar County W  
42   West Morgan W  
13   Hatton 10 W  
48   Section 12 W  1st Rd
42   Cleveland W  2nd Rd
13   Hatton 10 W OT  3rd Rd
21   Cordova 13 W  Semi
32   Reeltown 22 W  Finals
  
41513-1-0 112
Region Record  4-0
Reeltown
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
14   Dadeville 10 W  
13   Elmore County W  
33   Vincent W  
29   Talladega County Central W  
14   Handley W  
28   Tallassee W  
33   Beulah W  
34   Loachapoka W  
40   Notasulga 13 W  
34   Jemison W  
34   Brantley W  1st Rd
35   Paramount W  2nd Rd
27   Goshen W  3rd Rd
21   Cottonwood W  Semi
22   Hazlewood 32 L  Finals
  
41114-1-0 105
Region Record  1-0
Game Summary
Hazlewood
7 6 6 13 -- 32
Reeltown
0 14 0 8 -- 22
 
 Scoring Summaries: 
Hazlewood: Montoya Madden 4 yard run (Keith Martin PAT)
Reeltown: Cory McNeal 2 yard run (Cody O'Neal PAT)
Hazlewood: Montoya Madden 34 yard run (Keith Martin PAT no good)
Reeltown: Travis Hughley 21 yard pass from Cody O'Neal (O'Neal PAT)
Hazlewood: Montoya Madden 30 yard run (run failed) 4:18
Hazlewood: Clifford Mitchell 6 yard pass from Renaldo McCoy (pass failed)
Hazlewood: Sean Sanders 19 yard run (Keith Martin PAT)
Reeltown: Travis Hughley 53 yard pass from Cody O'Neal (Cody O'Neal run)
 
  Hazlewood Reeltown
First Downs20 21
Rush/Yards255 200
Pass/Yards55 159
Pass att/com/int7-4-0 7-6-0
Total Yards310 359
Fumbles/Lost0 1
Punt/Avg. 1-29.0 1-34.0
Penalties27 15
Time of Poss.
   
Game MVP:
Records: Hazlewood (13-1); Reeltown (14-1)
Coaches: Rickey Johnson, Hazlewood and Jackie O'Neal, Reeltown
Game: Played Friday December 13, 1991 at Reeltown
 
Summary:
              Montoya Madden rushed for 166 yards and three touchdowns as the Hazlewood Golden Bears defeated Reeltown 32-22 to claim their fourth straight state championship. No team in history has ever won four championships in  a row previously. Madden scored on runs of 4, 34 and 30 yards on 29 rushing attempts. The Golden Bears rallied from a 14-13 deficit at the half to win going away.
             Hazlewood would build a 32-14 lead before Reeltown would score a late touchdown. Cody O'Neal would lead Reeltown by completing 6 of 7 passes for 159 yards and two touchdowns in a losing effort. This was Reeltown's third championship game experience.
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