Updated: 08/27/2011 - High school football scores Friday August 26
Updated: 08/25/2011 - Here are high school football scores from Thursday August 25th
Posted: 08/25/2011 - When ever a team undergoes a coaching change, more often then not it takes a year or two before everyone's on the same page. For Screven County, these kids now feel, they and coach Greg Mainor are ready to get things rolling in the right direction.
Posted: 08/25/2011 - Its's safe to say no team has gone through more in the past year then Thomson. The retirement of coach Luther Welsh, the hiring of Milan turner as his replacement and then the grieving of losing coach Welsh. Through it all, the Bulldogs have showed resolve and are ready to perform on the field.
Updated: 08/24/2011 - One of the more intriguing teams we may want to keep an eye on this year is Jenkins County. It's been a while since they've been on the map with wins and losses but they're on the map this year with three division one prospects.
Posted: 08/24/2011 - Washington Wilkes has had a great tradition for football. Heck it wasn't that long ago they were playing Lincoln County for a state title. It's been a tough go of it the last few seasons and now the emphasis is returning to the winning ways.
Posted: 08/23/2011 - When you go undefeated in the regular season, you expect to do considerable damage in the playoffs. For Swainsboro, yea, things didn't go according to plan
Posted: 08/23/2011 - Cross Creek high school is the newest school in Richmond County. Sure they've been around for over a decade, but they lack football tradition. And for the past couple of years, they've lacked discipline. That's changing this fall.
Posted: 08/23/2011 - The latest AP Georgia high school football poll is out.
Updated: 08/23/2011 - Warren County Schools confirmed Tuesday morning that Marleau Blount has resigned as the high school's head football coach.
Posted: 08/23/2011 - Warren County's football team is feeling a little bit like it's stuck in a rut. The Screaming Devils have made the playoffs a dozen years in a row, but that's pretty much it. Each year, it seems, they qualify, lose in the first round, and go home.
Posted: 08/22/2011 - Last season, at least the first seven weeks, played out like a fairy tale at Butler. The Bulldogs snapped a 41-game losing streak and won six of their first seven, but after narrowly missing the playoffs, they're hungry for more.
Posted: 08/21/2011 - Coming off a one win season a year ago, the attitude is pretty darn good at Saluda. Despite only having a handful of seniors, Doug Painter and the boys are ready to roll towards respect and being a quality football team.
Posted: 08/21/2011 - A new coach but the same winning attitude is how they're approaching things at ECO this year. Why things change when they have some great playmakers returning?
Posted: 08/21/2011 - It's been longer than most players can remember since Josey's seen playoff football, but you wouldn't know it looking at the Eagles' field. Numbers and spirits are high, and that might be just what the Eagles need.
Updated: 08/21/2011 - High School football leaders in the CSRA for Week Zero
Updated: 08/20/2011 - There's no way around it. Experience and high school football go hand-in-hand. If you don't have it, your team's probably going to struggle, and last year, Westside and their three seniors struggled.
Posted: 08/19/2011 - No doubt the end of last season left a pretty sour taste in the mouths of Aquinas football players. The Fighting Irish ended the year with three straight losses, missing the playoffs by a single game.
Posted: 08/18/2011 - In his first year at the helm at South Aiken, Jeremy West couldn't have had a tougher season. The Thoroughbreds were winless but that could change in a hurry.
Posted: 08/18/2011 - When you talk Lakeside Panther football this year, it has the making of something special. One big key is staying healthy.
Posted: 08/17/2011 - If you've ever been around a Jefferson County practice or a game for that matter one thing jumps out at you, the number of kids in uniform. A big part of their success can be attributed to that. It also helps they've had some great football players in the past.
Posted: 08/17/2011 - They may be small, they may not be the quickest, they may not be the best, but I'd say they may be one of the grittiest teams in the area. When Harlem straps on the helmets, Jimmy Lewis expects and gets everything out of his kids that he can.
Posted: 08/16/2011 - 2010 was certainly an up and down season at Glascock County. Chris Kelly's squad scored a lot, but many times, they gave up even more.