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1958 Haleyville Lions


 1958    Haleyville Lions
 Record: 9-1-0
 Head Coach: Bubba Scott
 
 The 1958 Haleyville Lions were chosen Class A State Champions by the Birmingham News from District 4.
 


1958  Season
 Site   PF   Opponent   PA   W/L/T 
 37   Vina W
 32   Sulligent 14 W
 14   Winfield W
 15   Hamilton 13 W
 45   Russellville W
 47   Fayette County 13 W
 40   Colbert County W
 40   Winston County 20 W
 14   Carbon Hill 26 L
 22   Lawrence County W
  
306 9-1-0 113


1958 Haleyville All-State Players
 Jimmy WilsonG Sr.195 1  BN
 Jimmy WilsonG Sr.195 1  BPH
 Paul WestB 3  BPH
 Jimmy WilsonT Sr.195 HM  MA


1958 Haleyville All-Star Players
 AHSAA-University of Alabama All-Star Game   
 Jimmy Wilson G Sr. 5-10 200 Alabama  




1958 Haleyville Roster
  NAME POS.      
13 Ronnie Walker QB So. 5'6" 135
20 Bobby King        
86 Jerry Bates        
34 Joel Mize HB Jr. 5'10" 150
60 Jimmy Wilson G Sr. 5'11" 195
61 Billy Alverson G Sr. 5'10" 170
73 Leo Sutherland G Sr. 5'11" 185
22 Paul West HB Sr. 5'11" 155
42 Terry Riddle        
44 Gus Garrard HB Jr. 6'0" 165
55 Grant McNutt C Sr. 6'0" 180
54 Buddy Langston C Jr. 6'0" 180
84 Allen Israel E So. 6'4" 150
77 Phillip Williams T Jr. 6'3" 180
80 Johnny Northcutt E So. 6'4" 160
40 Defoy Bishop FB So. 5'10" 180
65 Bill Mauldin T Jr. 5'10" 165
83 James Pulliam        
11 Steve Logan QB Jr. 5'10" 150
33 James Howell HB Jr. 5'9" 130
32 Paul Howell        
70 Tommy Morgan        
62 Rayburn Bishop        
85 Joe Kelly E Jr. 6'4" 165
81 Wendell Batchelor        
72 Bob Little T Jr. 6'2" 200
75 Thomas Smith T Sr. 6'1" 210
71 Carrie Glass T Sr. 6'1" 195
82 Charles Banks E Jr. 6'0" 165
56 Danny West        
12 Fourney Townsend HB Jr. 5'0" 155
           


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Spence McCracken won a record 21 Area/Region Championships at Montgomery Academy, Lee Montgomery and Opelika during his coaching career.