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Glenn Hills hopes team speed will lead to improvement

Glenn Hills Spartans

Updated: 08/11/2011 - Last year was a struggle for the Spartans of Glenn Hills. Coach Andrew Young took over the program late in the summer, and it was a season of playing catch up with the new man in charge. This year, Young returns, and a different attitude is coming with him.

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Rebels ready to roll with talented team

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Updated: 08/11/2011 - On a very short list of the winningest programs around in the past decade, you will find Strom Thurmond. Heck, in the past seven years, double digit wins in all but two of them. This year, expect more of the same.

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Wardlaw ready for a run to the title

Wardlaw Academy Patriots

Updated: 08/11/2011 - If you happen upon a Wardlaw Academy practice now-a-days you'll probably be able to see the smiles from the road. Winning is the norm for the Patriots and after a tough season last year, this is a squad loaded for bear.

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High expectations, not hopes, at Washington County

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Updated: 08/09/2011 - 2010 was a good season, not a great one, by Washington County standards. The Golden Hawks had seven wins, but lost the region crown and bowed out in the first round of the playoffs. This year, that just won't be enough.

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Laney ready for a playoff push

Updated: 08/11/2011 - When you look at the Laney Wildcat football roster from last year, one thing jumps off the page. Just five seniors. So going forward this year, not a lot to replace. Well, when you lose a guy like Rod Hall, there's actually a decent amount of leadership to replace.

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Warriors look to build to the playoffs in program's third year

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Updated: 08/11/2011 - It is now year three of football at Grovetown. Last year the Warriors played in a region for the first time and held their own. This year, they're thinking playoffs. Can they get reason to think they can't.

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Greenbrier hopes to turn things around

Updated: 08/11/2011 - On the first day of school in Columbia County, we check in with one of the largest schools around, Greenbrier, as we go camping. It's been a rough few years with wins tough to come by for the Pack, but they are hoping to turn things around in the upcoming months.

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Neal Era begins at McCormick

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Updated: 08/24/2011 - Call it a new start. The Brian Neal era begins at McCormick, and it hasn't been in session very long. Neal didn't meet his team until June 15th, and he's got a tall order ahead.

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War Eagles hope for big jump in 2011

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Updated: 08/08/2011 - It's been baby steps in large part for Wagener-Salley the last couple years. There were no wins in 2009, three in 2010, and this year, the War Eagles hope to turn baby steps into leaps and bounds.

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Brentwood hopes to return to tradition

Brentwood Eagles

Updated: 08/08/2011 - Last year wasn't the kind of season fans have come to expect from Brentwood. Traditionally one of the GISA's best football programs, the Eagles were rebuilding in 2010 to the tune of a 5-5-1 record.

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New winning attitude at Barnwell

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Updated: 08/08/2011 - It's a brand new attitude in Barnwell. After some sub par seasons and a change in coaches, the Warhorses are thinking big in 2011. They can credit second year Head Coach Ed Moore for the change in attitude.

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Fox Creek looking for more than Marty Williams to lead

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Updated: 08/06/2011 - When you talk Fox Creek football the conversation pretty much starts and ends with senior Marty Williams. One of the most dynamic players around is back for his senior season and is looking to take a Predator team further than they've ever been before.

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ARC will turn to youngsters to lead the charge

Updated: 08/08/2011 - The tradition of football at Richmond Academy goes back a long, long time. When Chris Hughes took over as coach five years ago, his goal was to rebuild that tradition. They are well on their way.

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Lions expect big things in Pride Valley

Updated: 08/08/2011 - Great expectations. Every team has them, but very few can deliver. At Augusta Christian this year, they feel reaching those lofty expectations are very obtainable.

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Midland Valley's hopes lie with seniors

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Updated: 08/08/2011 - Day three of two-a-days and we make a trip to the Valley, Midland Valley, with a Mustang team that usually finds a way to win ballgames when others think they won't. This year, they think they will.

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Silver Bluff play makers look to lead the Bulldogs

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Updated: 08/08/2011 - If you're looking for teams that can score a lot of points this year, you may want to head out to Petticoat Junction. This year's Silver Bluff team has weapons in the backfield that could match up with anyone in the area. It'll be interesting to see how far this squad can go.

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Lincoln County to rely on the running game this year

Updated: 08/08/2011 - When you look up the word winning in the dictionary there may as well be a picture of Lincoln County Head Coach Larry Campbell. Now in his 41st year as the Red Devils head coach, Campbell has had one losing record, his first, way back in 1972.

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Knights hope defense will carry the team early

Evans High School Knights

Updated: 08/08/2011 - While South Carolina was able to get the jump on the football season Friday, Monday, Georgia schools were front and center on the practice field. For Evans, they were there as the sun was just coming up.

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High School football returns to the CSRA

Posted: 07/29/2011 - It's back. The helmets were strapped up, the jerseys were on, and the high school kids hit the football fields Friday morning, at least in the Palmetto State. Needless to say, the players were plenty excited.

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Thomson football getting use to new coach

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Posted: 06/15/2011 - There are so many benefits to seven on seven passing leagues that they're spreading like wildfire through out the south and country for that matter. Seven on seven camps thought can mean a whole lot more for teams with new head coaches...In this area, Thomson comes immediately to mind.

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Former Bamberg and Clemson star to enter NFL draft

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Posted: 01/05/2011 - Clemson unanimous All-America defensive end Da’Quan Bowers will enter the 2011 NFL draft. Bowers announced the decision on Wednesday. A freshman in 2008, the native of Bamberg, SC had one year of eligibility remaining with the Tigers in 2011.

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