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1965 Scottsboro Wildcats


 1965    Scottsboro Wildcats
 Record: 10-0-0
 Head Coach: John Meadows
 
 The 1965 Scottsboro Wildcats were chosen Class A State Champions by the Birmingham News
 


1965  Season
 Site   PF   Opponent   PA   W/L/T 
 20   Hixon TN W
 19   Stevenson W
 13   Huntsville W
 34   Haleyville W
 41   Arab W
   Fort Payne W
 35   Guntersville 13 W
   Cullman W
 58   Sparkman 13 W
 33   Notre Dame TN W
  
267 10-0-0 58


1965 Scottsboro All-State Players
 Larry SmartHB Sr.168 1  AP
 Jerry JudgeG Sr.190 2  AP
 Mike WilliamsonFB Sr.180 2  AP
 Glenn WilliamsG Sr.185 2  AP
 Charles DerrickHB HM  AP
 Clyde ButlerC HM  AP
 Donald WebbQB HM  AP
 Ronald AtcheyE Sr. HM  AP
 Glenn WilliamsC Sr.195 1  BN
 Jerry JudgeT Sr.190 2  BN
 Mike WilliamsonB Sr.180 2  BN
 Billy WebbB HM  BN
 Clyde ButlerE HM  BN
 Glenn WilliamsC Sr.195 1  BPH
 Jerry JudgeT Sr.180 2  BPH


1965 Scottsboro All-Star Players
 AHSAA-University of Alabama All-Star Game   
 Ronald Atchley E Sr. 6-2 200 Alabama  
 Glenn Williams G Sr. 5-11 195 Alabama  




1965 Scottsboro Roster
NO. NAME POS.
  Charles Adams  
  Eddy Akin  
  David Anderson  
  Donald Baggett  
  Ray Bass  
  Kermit Bolton  
  Robert Bonner  
  Bart Bradford  
  Tommy Brandon  
  Clyde Butler  
  Dockey Campbell  
  Dusty Cash  
  Jerry Chrisman  
  Eddie Collins  
  Charles Derrick  
  Hank Frazier  
  Ferrell Gass  
  Ronnie Henderson  
  Robert Hester  
  Kenneth Higginbotham  
  Fred Holder  
  Jerry Judge  
  Kenneth Matthews  
  John Miller  
  Keith Murner  
  Billy Nichols  
  Clay Peacock  
  Tommy Perkins  
  Marvin Phillips  
  Larry Proctor  
  Ray Simmons  
  Larry Smart  
  Paul Stevenson  
  Mickey Stewart  
  Billy Webb  
  Don Webb  
  Bill White  
  Glen Williams  
  Mike Williamson  
  Charles Wilson  
  Wayne Wooden  
  Billy Woosley  
  Brad Yates  
     


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