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Wenonah Football Team History


Wenonah Dragons
Wenonah High School

2916 Wilson Rd. Birmingham, AL 35221
Stadium: Bell-Culpepper Stadium
Colors: White & Gold
Coach: Charles Acon

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1947  <-- 1968 <- 1969 -> 1970 --> 2020

1969 Season Highlights
 Charles Acon enters his 3rd season as Head Coach at Wenonah.
 Joined the AHSAA.
 The Dragons move from Class AIAA and into Region 0.
 
1969 Season
 Date   Opponent  Score   
 Sat., Sep. 6  @ Carver Bessemer    8   18   L       
 Fri., Sep. 12  @ Huntsville    12   42   L       
 Sat., Sep. 27  vs. Westfield                 
 Sat., Oct. 4  @ Abrams    6   0   W       
 Tue., Oct. 14   Parker    26   0   W    Fair Park   
 Sat., Oct. 18  OPEN 
 Sat., Oct. 25  @ Carver Gadsden    8   8   T       
 Fri., Oct. 31   Lynn    22   0   W       
 Sat., Nov. 8  vs. Ullman                 
 Fri., Nov. 14  vs. Brighton    6   12   L       
 
1969 Season Totals
  Record3-3 -1
  Points Scored88
  Scoring Average12.6
  Points Allowed80
  Defense Average11.4
  Opponents Record30-27 -10
  Home Record0-1
  Away Record1-2 -1
1969 Class 4A Rankings
 Date   Week   Rank   Record   Votes   Source 
 Wenonah was not ranked.
  

1969 Player Awards
 Player   Position   Class   Ht.   Wt.   Award   Team   Source 
 No Wenonah Players on File.

1969 All State Players
 Player   Position   Class   Ht.   Wt.   Team   Source 
 No Wenonah Players on File.



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