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Glascock County needs defense to carry them early

Glascock County Panthers

Posted: 08/23/2012 - One of the smallest teams playing football in the state of Georgia resides in Gibson, Glascock County. The Panthers may be lacking in numbers but not in heart.

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Only one direction to go for Harlem, up!

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Posted: 08/23/2012 - Zero is not a good number if you're a football team. For Harlem, unfortunately, that was their number of wins and number of points scored in six games. This year they expect and demand to change that in a hurry.

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Winning the norm at ECI

ECI Bulldogs

Posted: 08/22/2012 - A winning tradition doesn't happen overnight. It takes several years for a program to feed itself. At ECI, the program has reached that point where double figure wins is the norm.

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Briarwood expecting to climb the mountain as they move up in class

Briarwood Academy Buccaneers

Posted: 08/22/2012 - The past four years Briarwood Academy has been a football team on the cusp of great things. They just haven't been able to get there. With a lot of returning starters, this year they are looking for the next step in leaving their legacy on the program.

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Eagles ready for break through season

TW Josey Eagles

Posted: 08/20/2012 - The Josey football program has been a work in progress the last few years. This season, the progress may pay off in a few more wins, at least that's the mindset and the attitude around the eagles

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Thomson looking to go deep in the playoffs

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Posted: 08/20/2012 - Year after year one of the top football programs around the state of Georgia resides in Thomson. Just about every year they're a playoff team and just about every year a threat to go deep.

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Screven County looking for change under Duncan

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Posted: 08/19/2012 - Just about every high school sports team will fall on hard times at some point. No matter the rich history or tradition, it's going to happen, and the last few years that's been the case at Screven County.

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Washington-Wilkes trying to get back to tradition

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Posted: 08/18/2012 - In Robbie Robinson's first year at the helm, the Tigers had one of the toughest schedules in the state but still made the playoffs. Now, it's time for an encore.

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New coach, new players, Wardlaw still expects to win big

Wardlaw Academy Patriots

Posted: 08/16/2012 - Year after year we usually find Wardlaw playing for the eight man state title in South Carolina. They have brought home their fare share of hardware. This year, the road to the title may be a little harder

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Wagener Salley gunning for the playoffs

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Posted: 08/16/2012 - With a grand total of four wins in their last two years, Wagener Salley is a team hungry. To feed that hunger, the War Eagles have a group of kids who are capable of having a season to remember.

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New attitude with new coach at Ridge Spring Monetta

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Posted: 08/15/2012 - Six years ago, Ridge Spring Monetta was the toast of the town going to the state title game. Hasn't been smooth sailing since. Now, with a new coaching staff, the Trojans have a new "can-do" attitude.

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Winning ways continue for Blackville Hilda

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Posted: 08/15/2012 - For the longest time now David berry has been at the helm of the Blackville Hilda football team. For the longest time, the Fighting Hawks have been a perennial power in class a. While last year wasn't the best, they rebounded late and hope to build on it.

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Greenbrier looks to new coach for a change in attitude

Posted: 08/15/2012 - It's been a while since we can say Greenbrier has had a winning record. Matter of fact it was 2003 when they amassed seven wins. This year, a new head coach, a new work ethic and a new state of mind.

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Laney needs young kids to step up for new region success

Posted: 08/14/2012 - Usually one of the top teams in the Augusta metro area resides on Laney Walker Boulevard. The wildcats have proven they can win with some of the best and this year hope to continue to prove to the rest of the region

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