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Shaw Eagles
John S. Shaw High School

5960 Arlberg St. Mobile, AL 36608
Stadium: Ladd-Pebbles Stadium
Colors: Red, White & Blue
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1977 Shaw Rebels' Football Team

Team History on
Coach Charles Leverette    
Coach Terry Curtis    
Team Timeline
First Team: 1965  (#1)
  1977 - First playoff appearance.
  1977 - First region championship.
  1979 - Forfeits 1 game due to AHSAA Sanctions.
  1988 - First playoff win.
  1991 - First 12 win season.
State Playoff Championships
State Mythical Championships
Region Championships
  1977, 1988, 1991, 1996, 1997
Team Records
 Overall Record 186-228-4
 Winning Pct. 44.9%
 State Playoff Titles 0
 State Mythical Titles 0
 Region/Area Titles 5
 Region/Area Record 69-89
 All State Players (#3)37
 NFL Players (#4)5
 Weeks Ranked #1 0
 Home Record 68-84-1
 Away Record 95-112-1
By The Numbers
 Seasons 41
 Winning Seasons (#2) 22
 Losing Seasons (#2)19
 Most Wins in A Season 12 (1991)
 Most Loses in A Season 10 (2000)
 10 Win Seasons 2
 Most Points Scored in a Game 49 (11/4/1988)
 Most Points Scored in a Season 305 (1991)
 Most Points Allowed in a Game 56 (10/2/1981)
 Most Points Allowed in a Season 362 (1981)
 Largest Margin of Victory 43 (10/1/1999)
 Largest Margin of Defeat 56 (10/2/1981)
 Most Points Both Teams in a Game 83 (9/19/1997)
 Last Shutout 10/8/2004
 Last Time Shutout 10/14/2005
 Shutouts All-Time 36
 Been Shutout All-Time 69
 Longest Win 10 (11/3/1990-10/25/1991)
 Longest Losing 29 (10/31/1980-10/7/1983)
2005 Season
 8/26  @ Baker    0   31   L  
 9/9  @ Blount   *  0   19   L  
 9/16  vs. Wilcox Central   *  23   40   L  
 9/20  vs. Monroe County   *  26   24   W  
 9/24  @ Theodore    0   37   L  
 9/30  @ Citronelle   *  14   38   L  
 10/7  vs. B.C. Rain   *  6   34   L  
 10/14  @ St. Pauls   *  0   34   L  
 10/21  @ Williamson   *  14   34   L  
 10/28   OPEN 
2005 Season Totals
  Region Record-
  Home Record1-2
  Away Record0-6
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Longest Running Rivalry
 Shaw & Mary Montgomery have played 33 games.
Shaw has won 20 games.
Mary Montgomery has won 13 games.
with 0 tie games.
Border Wars
 vs. Florida 0 - 2 - 0
 vs. Mississippi 0 - 2 - 0
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(1) If 'First Year' is unknown we assume a year based upon research.
(2) Winning and losing seasons counted only if team plays at least 5 games.
(3) All State players counted for the all state teams we have in our database. We must have an entire team for the appropriate classification to make additions to the teams. Only ASWA teams are recognized after 1982.
(4) NFL Players counted for any player that participated in a regular season game.

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