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1986 State Championship Final Summaries

1986 Class 2A State Championship Game
Cottonwood vs. Woodland
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
17   Geneva W  
28   Dale County 14 W  
20   Abbeville 19 W  
39   Geneva County 10 W  
20   Headland 14 W  
40   Slocomb W  
45   Ashford W  
45   Rehobeth 20 W  
35   Wicksburg W  
35   Houston County W  
43   Samson W  1st Rd
42   Geneva County W  2nd Rd
40   Flomaton W  3rd Rd
39   Reeltown W  Semi
35   Woodland W  Finals
52315-0-0 124
Region Record  3-0
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
38   Ragland W  
35   Clay County 14 W  
50   Wadley W  
12   Ranburne W  
34   White Plains W  
24   Mount Zion GA W  
48   Gaston W  
36   Sand Rock W  
34   Beulah W  
22   Winterboro W  1st Rd
26   Talladega County Central W  2nd Rd
38   Warrior 14 W  3rd Rd
52   Winston County 12 W  Semi
 Cottonwood 35 L  Finals
45513-1-0 95
Region Record  3-0
Game Summary
7 7 14 7 -- 35
0 6 0 0 -- 6
 Scoring Summaries: 
Cottonwood: Donald Curry 74 yard run (James Coachman PAT)
Woodland: Ted Smith 44 yard pass from Kevin Smith (pass failed)
Cottonwood: Scooter McCain 5 yard run (James Coachman PAT)
Cottonwood: Scooter McCain 1 yard run (James Coachman PAT)
Cottonwood: Glen McNiel 46 yard pass from Scooter McCain (James Coachman PAT)
Cottonwood: Scooter McCain 8 yard run (James Coachman PAT)
  Cottonwood Woodland
First Downs19 7
Rush/Yards263 30
Pass/Yards132 72
Pass att/com/int9-6-0 8-4-3
Total Yards395 102
Fumbles/Lost1 0
Punt/Avg.3-37.7 4-29.8
Penalties30 15
Time of Poss.
Game MVP:
Records: Cottonwood (15-0); Woodland (13-1)
Coaches: Jim McCain, Cottonwood and Max Yarborough, Woodland
Game: Played Friday December 5, 1986 at Cottonwood
             The battle of unbeatens did not live up the the hype as Cottonwood completely dominated the game in overwhelming Woodland 35-6. Quarterback Scooter McCain ran for three touchdowns and passed for another as Cottonwood won the state title after falling just short the previous three seasons.
             The Bears had run wild through an undefeated regular season in outscoring their opponents 523-124. Once the playoffs began they kept up the pace by winning the five games by outscoring their opponents by a margin of 199-20.
             McCain completed 6 of 8 passes for 134 yards on the night and he scored on runs of 7, 1 and 5 yards for the Bears.
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.