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1971 State Championship Final Summaries

1971 Class 2A State Championship Game
Abbeville vs. Oneonta
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
35   Houston County W  
37   Slocomb W  
40   Pike County W  
28   Early County GA W  
48   Russell County W  
40   Ashford W  
32   Dale County W  
18   Eufaula W  
14   Headland 12 W  
28   Geneva County 13 W  
13   Vincent W  1st Rd
 15   Georgiana W  Semi
 Oneonta T  Finals
34812-0-1 67
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
35   Sardis W  
54   Pleasant Grove W  
45   Hanceville W  
41   Susan Moore W  
41   J.B. Pennington W  
41   Boaz W  
35   Ashville W  
14   Pell City W  
46   Hokes Bluff W  
49   West End Walnut Grove W  
14   Susan Moore W  1st Rd
38   Washington County W  Semi
 Abbeville T  Finals
45312-0-1 47
Game Summary
0 0 0 0 -- 0
0 0 0 0 -- 0
 Scoring Summaries: 
  Abbeville Oneonta
First Downs 6
Rush/Yards 96
Pass/Yards 0
Pass att/com/int 6-0-0 7-1-
Total Yards 96
Fumbles/Lost 0
Punt/Avg. 8-35.5
Penalties 50
Time of Poss.
Game MVP:
Records:  Abbeville (12-0-1); Oneonta (12-0-1)
Coaches: David Barnes, Abbeville and Hugh O'Shields, Oneonta
Game: Played Friday December 3, 1971 at
The 1971 Class 2A championship game would produce the first ever co-champions as neither team could cross the other teams goal line the entire game. There were no provisions for an overtime period so the game simply ended in a tie with both teams being deemed champions. The teams fought desperately to gain some score anyway they could during the contest but to no avail.
             Neither team could effectively throw the football as Abbeville missed on all six of their attempts and Oneonta connected on only one of seven attempts. Both teams entered the game with long winning streak with Abbeville sporting a 17 game streak and Oneonta with a 12 game streak of their own.
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