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1985 State Championship Final Summaries

1985 Class 4A State Championship Game
Elba vs. Alexandria
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
21   UMS-Wright 20 W  
21   Geneva W  
14   Luverne W  
14   Opp W  
13   Pike County 28 L  
 Carroll 18 L  
16   Charles Henderson 10 W  
41   Andalusia 14 W  
31   Daleville 14 W  
29   Abbeville W  1st Rd
14   Pike County W  2nd Rd
28   T.R. Miller 21 W  3rd Rd
 Hillcrest Tuscaloosa W  Semi
 Alexandria 35 L  Finals
25611-3-0 187
Region Record  1-1
 Site  PF   Opponent  PA   WLT  OT    
18   Ohatchee W  
 Lanett L  
27   Glencoe W  
30   Weaver 22 W  
34   Saks W  
14   Oxford 13 W  
23   Hazlewood 13 W  
21   Lincoln W  
10   Munford 13 L  
42   Cleburne County 21 W  
44   Cherokee County W  1st Rd
17   Munford 14 W  2nd Rd
28   Fairfield W  3rd Rd
44   Hanceville 15 W  Semi
35   Elba W  Finals
39013-2-0 125
Region Record  2-1
Game Summary
0 0 0 0 -- 0
14 7 14 0 -- 35
 Scoring Summaries: 
Alexandria: Hollis Brewster 2 yard run (Keith Henegar PAT)
Alexandria: Tony Young 23 yard run (Keith Henegar PAT)
Alexandria: Tony Young 1 yard run (Keith Henegar PAT)
Alexandria: Tony Young 13 yard run (Keith Henegar PAT)
Alexandria: T.J. Curvin 20 yard pass from David Ball (Keith Henegar PAT)
  Elba Alexandria
First Downs8 17
Rush/Yards74 263
Pass/Yards14 25
Pass att/com/int8-2-0 6-3-0
Total Yards88 288
Fumbles/Lost4 0
Punt/Avg.4-32.3 3-40.8
Penalties35 39
Time of Poss.  
Game MVP:
Records: Alexandria (13-2); Elba (11-3)
Coaches: Lou Scales, Alexandria and Jack Wood, Elba
Game: Played Friday December 6, 1985 at Alexandria
          Legendary Hall of fame coach Lou Scales finally got a state championship in his final game after 38 seasons as the head football coach of the Valley Cubs. Alexandria had fallen short in five previous playoff appearances but came through on the night by routing Elba 35-0.
          Junior tailback Tony Young rushed for 202 yards on 29 carries and scored three touchdowns to pace the Cubs. He scored on runs of 22, one and 13 yards with Keith Hennegar hitting all the extra points.
          The Valley Cubs struck first following an Elba bad snap on a punt attempt gave them the football at the two yard line. Hollis Brewster scored on two yard run.
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