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1993 State Championship Final Summaries

1993 Class 2A State Championship Game
St. Clair County vs. Hazlewood
St. Clair County
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
35   Chelsea 12 W  
40   Locust Fork W  
42   Ashville W  
42   West Jefferson 20 W  
12   Winterboro W  
42   Vincent W  
47   Briarwood W  
33   Springville W  
22   Calera W  
25   Moody W  
47   St. James W  1st Rd
24   Geneva County 20 W  2nd Rd
13   McIntosh W  3rd Rd
 Leroy W  Semi
18   Hazlewood 13 W  Finals
44915-0-0 97
Region Record  3-0
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
 Courtland 13 L  
46   Pisgah W  
 Brentwood Academy TN 19 L  
39   Parrish W  
53   West Limestone 14 W  
 Colbert County W  
13   Litchfield W  
18   Cherokee W  
51   West Morgan W  
21   Hatton W  
30   Elkmont W  1st Rd
33   Ohatchee W  2nd Rd
41   Hale County W  3rd Rd
20   Hatton W  Semi
13   St. Clair County 18 L  Finals
38712-3-0 90
Region Record  3-0
Game Summary
St. Clair County
6 6 0 6 -- 18
0 7 0 6 -- 13
 Scoring Summaries: 
St. Clair County: Matt Coupland 38 yard fumble return (PAT no good)
Hazlewood: Calvin Bolding 27 yard run (Clifford Patton PAT)
St. Clair County: Patrick Williamson run (run failed)
St. Clair County: Craig Mize 8 yard pass from Adidas Byers (run failed) 5:09
Hazlewood: Courtney Rose 86 yard pass from Calvin Bolding (run failed)
  St. Clair Hazlewood
First Downs11 5
Rush/Yards120 87
Pass/Yards40 86
Pass att/com/int7-3-0 3-1-1
Total Yards160 153
Fumbles/Lost1-0 4-3
Punt/Avg. 5-31.3 5-32.3
Penalties14 12
Time of Poss.
Game MVP:
Records: St. Clair County (15-0); Hazlewood (12-3)
Coaches: Alan Lee, St. Clair County and Rickey Johnson, Hazlewood
Game: Played Friday December 10, 1993 at St. Clair Stadium, Odenville
            Patrick Williamson ran for 84 yards on 17 carries and the go ahead touchdown one minute before halftime. Hazlewood would score with just over three minutes left in the game to tighten the score but would fumble away any chance for a victory on the first play of they next possession and St. Clair County could begin celebrating their first ever state crown.
            The St. Clair County defense would force four Hazlewood turnovers to win the 2A state title. the Fighting Saints capped off a remarkable 15-0 season only two years after going 1-9. For Hazlewood it was the end of a string of five consecutive state titles and a 29 game playoff winning streak. The Golden Bears had won a total of ten championships since 1970.
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