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1986 State Championship Final Summaries


 
1986 Class 3A State Championship Game
Crossville vs. Elba
Crossville
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
40   Ider 23 W  
27   New Hope 10 W  
41   Geraldine W  
54   Collinsville 24 W  
20   Plainview W  
27   Madison County W  
34   Fyffe 13 W  
35   Sylvania W  
28   Douglas W  
24   Pisgah 19 W  
16   Pisgah W  1st Rd
21   Stevenson 14 W  2nd Rd
35   Lexington 14 W  3rd Rd
 Lamar County W  Semi
22   Elba 10 W  Finals
  
43115-0-0 146
Region Record  3-0
Elba
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
14   Carroll W  
 Geneva 17 L  
 Luverne 14 L  
 Opp 16 L  
20   Pike County 21 L  
41   Clayton W  
53   Louisville W  
13   Charles Henderson W OT  
14   Andalusia W  
35   Daleville 17 W  
 Luverne W  1st Rd
18   Daleville 13 W  2nd Rd
23   Southern Choctaw 14 W  3rd Rd
 Lincoln W OT  Semi
10   Crossville 22 L  Finals
  
25710-5-0 150
Region Record  3-0
Game Summary
Crossville
0 15 7 0 -- 22
Elba
7 0 3 0 -- 10
 
 Scoring Summaries: 
Elba: Richard McKinnon 7 yard run (Chris Flemming PAT)
Crossville: Brent Cotton 30 yard run (Brad Priest pass from Jai Eason)
Crossville: Rodney White 13 yard run (Jai Eason PAT)
Elba: Chris Flemming 24 yard field goal
Crossville: Rodney White 9 yard run (Jai Eason PAT)
 
  Crossville Elba
First Downs16 14
Rush/Yards240 142
Pass/Yards9 99
Pass att/com/int5-1-1 22-10-3
Total Yards249 241
Fumbles/Lost0 1
Punt/Avg.4-35.5 2-36.0
Penalties30 38
Time of Poss. 
   
Game MVP:
Records: Crossville (15-0); Elba (10-5)
Coaches: Roger Hibbs, Crossville and Mack Wood, Elba
Game: Played Friday December 5, 1986 at Crossville Memorial Stadium, Crossville
 
Summary:
              Crossville's Rodney White scored on touchdown runs of 12 and 8 yards as the Lions defeated Elba for the 1986 3A football state championship 22-10. Crossville ended the season 15-0 for their second undefeated season in school history.
              The Elba Tigers began the season with  a 1-4 mark but would come back to reel off nine consecutive victories and reach the title game. The Tigers also lost in the championship game last season. Elba scored the first points of the game following a Scott Brown interception that set up a 40 yard drive.
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