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1993 State Championship Final Summaries

1993 Class 3A State Championship Game
St. Pauls vs. Colbert County
St. Pauls
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
21   Alba W  
21   McIntosh W  
17   Sweet Water W  
 Southern Choctaw 19 L  
10   Citronelle W  
20   Robertsdale W  
34   Washington County W  
40   Grand Bay W  
 W.S. Neal 27 L  
37   UMS-Wright W  
35   Paramount W  1st Rd
41   Holtville 28 W  2nd Rd
33   Elba W  3rd Rd
27   Glencoe W  Semi
10   Colbert County 14 L  Finals
36012-3-0 143
Region Record  2-1
Colbert County
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
41   Cherokee W  
 Courtland 19 L  
13   Russellville 18 L  
53   Central Florence 21 W  
17   Deshler 12 W  
 Hazlewood L  
41   Rogers W  
 Brooks W  
20   Dora 21 L  
20   New Hope W  
40   Colbert Heights W  1st Rd
13   South Lamar W OT  2nd Rd
38   Plainview 15 W  3rd Rd
40   Central Florence 15 W  Semi
14   St. Pauls 10 W  Finals
36711-4-0 173
Region Record  2-0
Game Summary
St. Paul's
7 3 0 0 -- 10
Colbert County
0 7 7 0 -- 14
 Scoring Summaries: 
St. Paul's: Jonathan Rudolph 28 yard interception return (Jonah Dismukes PAT)
St. Paul's: Jonah Dismukes 21 yard field goal
Colbert County: Freddie Ingram 11 yard run (Pat Robinson PAT)
Colbert County: Steve Stanley 6 yard run (Pat Robinson PAT) 5:22
  St. Paul's Colbert
First Downs712
Pass att/com/int9-4-09-2-1
Total Yards141254
Time of Poss. 
Game MVP:
Records: Colbert County (11-4); St. Paul's (12-3)
Coaches: Jimmie Moore, Colbert County and Bob Rutledge, St. Paul's
Game: Played Friday December 10, 1993 at E.E. Delaney Memorial Stadium, Mobile
            St. Paul's dreams of winning their first ever state title came to an abrupt end Friday night as Colbert County overcame a 10 point deficit to rally for 14 points and the win. Steve Stanley would score the winning touchdown on the opening drive of the second half for Colbert County.
            Trailing 10-7, they took the second half kickoff 75 yards in 12 plays to score the winning touchdown. The Indians ran the same play seven times in a row before scoring on a Stanley 6 yard run. The defense held up the rest of the game for Colbert County.
            The championship was the third for Colbert County as they also won titles in 1985 and shared one with Jackson in 1979. The Saints had never before advanced past the second round of the playoffs in five previous trips to the postseason.
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