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Blackville Hilda to use underclassmen in big roles

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Posted: 08/20/2014 - Over the years very few teams have done more with less then Blackville Hilda. Long time coach David Bberry has been there forever and knows how to get most out of kids. That's why a two win season is out of the ordinary for the Hawks.

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Harlem looks to replace big senior class

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Updated: 08/20/2014 - Harlem was one of the biggest surprise teams from a year ago. Jimmie Lewis and the Bulldogs went out and won six games with a big senior class leading the charge. This year, they'll have their work cut out if they want to get there again.

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Ridge Spring Monetta no longer accepts losing, expect to win

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Posted: 08/19/2014 - When Heath Corley got to Ridge Spring Monetta, it was a program in a tailspin. Not easy to quickly turn things around. Last year they made leaps and bounds and now the can do attitude has been instilled with the kids.

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Burke County moves forward after the Donquell Green era

Burke County Bears

Posted: 08/19/2014 - It's the life after Donquell era at Burke County. Gone is star Mr. Do-Everything Donquell Green. Is coach Eric Parker concerned, yes, is he pretty confident his team can still win a bunch, you bet. Just may take a few games to get everyone where they need to be.

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Edmund Burke with third coach in three years

Updated: 08/18/2014 - When Edmund Burke straps on the pads Friday's, they'll have a bigger junior class then seniors. The good news, a lot of those kids already have plenty of playing experience.

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Westside hungry for another trip to the playoffs

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Posted: 08/18/2014 - They could be one of the more interesting teams to watch this year, the Patriots of Westside. Coming off a playoff season, the team has a new coach, but fully expect to get back to the post season.

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Glascock County adds some offense and fight for 2014

Glascock County Panthers

Posted: 08/17/2014 - Glascock County football has made some changes to its team. This season, the offense may look a little bit different. The Panthers hope it can help make the win-loss record look a bit different, as well.

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Eagles put trust above everything else

Jenkins County Eagles

Updated: 08/16/2014 - Jenkins County is starting completely fresh. Everything is new in regards to the football team. The attitude, the offense and the head coach. The 1-9 season of 2013 can't be erased, but the Eagles can trust that it won't happen again.

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Lincoln County ready to make new history

Posted: 08/16/2014 - There may not be a tougher job in the state than the one in front of Lincoln County's Kevin Banks. Replacing an irreplaceable coach. The winningest coach in Georgia high school football, Larry Campbell.

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New offense setting the pace at Briarwood

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Updated: 08/18/2014 - It's been 10 long years since Briarwood has won a region title. The last few, they've been kind of stuck with that 6 and 5 record. This year, a new coach, a new offense and they full expect it'll pay off with that region crown.

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Wagener Salley starting to build a winning tradition

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Updated: 08/18/2014 - It's a different culture at Wagener Salley over the last few years. From a couple of wins to a playoff team. It's certainly changed the mind set of the kids on the field.

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New coach, same high expectations at North Augusta

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Updated: 08/18/2014 - They're one of the most watched programs in the area, both fan base wise and from the outside. North Augusta has built something special over the past decade and are ready for the next step, that being vying for a state title.

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Only direction for Warren County to go is up

Warren County Screaming Devils

Updated: 08/18/2014 - Let's face it, there's only one way to go for Warren County, up. When you go winless, a lot of folks think it was a disaster. But with it being Cherard Freeman's second year at the helm, he saw a lot of positives.

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Cross Creek expects to be more competitive

Cross Creek Razorbacks

Posted: 08/13/2014 - Let's face it, there's been plenty of lean years at Cross Creek in the wins department. Just two last year and they were certainly hoping for more. Now in coach Robert McCarty's second year at the helm, they expect more, a lot more.

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Tough non-region schedule will put Laney to the test

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Updated: 08/13/2014 - A ten win season and a deep run into the state playoffs. It was quite the year for the Laney Wildcats. They didn't reach the ultimate goal, but the success has added motivation for this year's cats to do bigger and maybe even better things.

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Jefferson County defense says it's in for good season

Jefferson County Warriors

Posted: 08/12/2014 - We've all heard it. Coaches preaching that defense wins championships. The Jefferson County warriors may have that kind of defense this season. The first step is already taken care of-- they believe it.

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With new pieces, nothing's changed at Strom Thurmond

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Posted: 08/12/2014 - They're one of the top programs in the area. Strom Thurmond's reputation and expectation is to play deep into November every season. A new coach and a new quarterback won't change the Rebels fall plans.

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Glenn Hills pushing hard to be a playoff team

Glenn Hills Spartans

Updated: 08/12/2014 - Coming off a five and five season, Glenn Hills and second year coach Tim McClain are feeling pretty good about themselves. They made big strides in getting better and now are ready to take the next step. It won't be easy though.

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