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2000 Super Six State Championship Final Summaries


 
2000 Class 2A State Championship Game
Clay County vs. Pisgah
Clay County
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
52   Bibb Graves W  
26   Hazlewood 14 W  
44   Highland Home 13 W  
50   Horseshoe Bend 20 W  
42   Winterboro W  
33   Beulah W  
13   Randolph County 18 L  
54   Marbury W  
40   Ranburne W  
28   Lineville W  
17   Excel 10 W  1st Rd
28   Geneva County W  2nd Rd
14   Leroy W  3rd Rd
28   Greene County W  Semi
27   Pisgah W  Finals
  
49614-1-0 105
Region Record  6-1
Pisgah
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
42   North Sand Mountain W  
48   Cedar Bluff W  
20   Fyffe 14 W  
14   Geraldine 21 L  
14   Crossville 10 W  
28   Gaston W  
33   Sand Rock 27 W  
32   Section W  
21   Ider 17 W  
32   Collinsville 27 W  
20   West End Walnut Grove W  1st Rd
55   Vincent 15 W  2nd Rd
12   Crossville W  3rd Rd
38   Geraldine 19 W  Semi
 Clay County 27 L  Finals
  
41613-2-0 196
Region Record  6-1
Game Summary
Clay County
6 6 8 7 -- 27
Pisgah
7 0 0 0 -- 7
 
 Scoring Summaries: 
Pisgah: Chad Hawkins 18 yard run (PAT Adam Gilbert) 8:28
Clay County: Adrian Glenn 5 yard run (PAT Chad Gibbons no good) 1:49
Clay County: Willie McLemore 4 yard run  (Willie McLemore run failed) 9:37
Clay County: Rashad Ward 31 yard punt return (DeWayne Duncan pass) 5:56
Clay County: Chad Gibbons 29 yard run (PAT Chad Gibbons) 9:39
 
  Clay County Pisgah
First Downs16 8
Rush/Yards56-326 33-122
Pass/Yards0 38
Pass att/com/int1-0-0 10-2-2
Total Yards326 160
Fumbles/Lost4-2 2-0
Punt/Avg. 3-29.0 6-31.0
Penalties2-19 2-10
Time of Poss. 28:05 19:55
   
 
Individual Stats
 Clay County 
 Rushing  Att.  Yds.   TD 
Chad Gibbons13 119 1
Willie McLemore20 107 1
Travis Zackery10 41 0
Adrian Glenn6 29 1
J.R. Hess522 0
Rickey Smith1 5 0
Brian Glenn1 3 0
    
 Passing  Att/Comp/Int  Yds.   TD 
Chad Gibbons0-1-0 0 0
    
 Receiving  No.  Yds.   TD 
     
 
 Pisgah 
 Rushing Att.  Yds.  TD 
Dusty Roden9 38 0
Chad Hawkins10 36 1
Dustin Millican11 28 0
Paul Wheeler3 20 0
     
     
     
    
 Passing  Att/Comp/Int  Yds.  TD 
Dusty Roden10-2-2 38 0
    
 Receiving  No.  Yds.  TD 
Adam Gilbert2 38 0
    

Game MVP: RB Chad Gibbons, Clay County
Records: Clay County (14-1); Pisgah (13-2)
Coaches: Danny Horn, Clay County and John Kirby, Pisgah
Game: Played Friday December 8, 2000 at Legion Field, Birmingham
 
Summary:
        Chad Gibbons ran for 119 yards on 13 carries and teammate Willie McLemore gained 107 on 20 carries. For his efforts Gibbons was named the MVP. Pisgah scored first on an 18 yard run by Chad Hawkins with 8:28 remaining in the first quarter but Clay County would come back to take a 12-7 halftime lead on touchdowns by Adrian Glenn and McLemore.

        Rashad Ward would pad the lead with a 31 yard punt return to up the lead to 20-7. Gibbons also added a couple of interceptions on defense and added the finishing touches to the win with a 29 yard touchdown run with 9:39 remaining to be played.

        The Eagles were led by quarterback Dusty Roden with 50 yards rushing and 38 yards passing while completing only 2 of 10 attempts. The 13 wins were the most ever by a Pisgah team and this was their first title game appearance in fourteen playoff trips.

        The championship is the fourth for coach Danny Horn and Clay County.
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