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Burke County looks to eclipse the eight win mark

Updated: 05/26/2010 - For the first time in over a decade Burke County has had back to back eight win seasons. That's not good enough for this program and head coach Eric Parker and the rest of the Bears. Getting to the playoffs are good, winning a state title would be even greater.

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Augusta Christian to go to the air in 2009

Updated: 05/26/2010 - It's not that often a coach is handed the reins of a successful football program but at Augusta Christian, Keith Walton takes over one of the top independent schools around and look for a few new wrinkles to the lions offense.

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Can Wardlaw repeat and win another state title?

Updated: 05/26/2010 - There was only one team from the CSRA that brought home a state title last year, and that comes from the eight man ranks and Wardlaw Acadmey. A new coach this year, but don't be surprised if the result is the same.

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Hephzibah hopes to return to the playoffs

Updated: 05/26/2010 - If there's one team that's been climbing the ladder at a pretty rate the last few years, that has to be the Rebels of Hephzibah. Three years ago, just a single win followed up by four wins a couple of years back. Last year, a playoff team with an 8 and 4 record.

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Westside's Chris Hunter to lead the Patriot attack

Updated: 05/26/2010 - A year ago Westside suffered through a three and seven season, something they're not used to have happen at the battlefield. This year, there's plenty of motivation to turn things around.

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Edmund Burke looks to be mentally tougher this year

Updated: 05/26/2010 - A lot of times a first year head coach would be satisfied with a six and four campaign. But at Edmund Burke, Buddy Sorrow feels they left a win or two out on the field. This time around, they need to be mentally tougher to improve upon that.

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Fox Creek turns to athletes for success

Updated: 05/26/2010 - Fox Creek is still a baby when it comes to football. A new school, a new program that's beginning it's fourth year as a varsity program. Strides are being made and the goal every year is to improve on the past season.

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New man to lead the Fighting Irish of Aquinas

Updated: 05/26/2010 - This year, more then ever, there seems to be new coaches taking over teams. Eight of them in our area alone. One of them, at Aquinas as Matt Lezotte is now in charge of the Fighting Irish.

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Blackville Hilda reloads, not rebuild

Updated: 05/26/2010 - While it may be a work in progress at Blackville Hilda, the finished product, I can all but guarantee will be a winner.

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Lakeside hoping for balance on offense

Updated: 05/26/2010 - Even with the injuries Lakeside suffered early on, they were able to overcome and still post a 7 and 4 record. If they stay away from those this year, it could be even better.

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New era for Josey, discipline will be key

Updated: 05/26/2010 - It's a new era at Josey with John Noah now running the show with the Eagle program. The former assistant handed the reins in the off season and quickly went to work on rebuilding the program. Just one word is needed this year, discipline.

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Can South Aiken turn things around from last year?

Updated: 05/26/2010 - In the grand scheme of things, not a ton went right for South Aiken a year ago, thus the 3 and 9 record. But things could be changing and for the better for the Thoroughbreds.

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Aiken hopes speed wins over size

Updated: 05/26/2010 - We continue our trek around football camps with a trip to Aiken and a check of the Hornets, usually one of the more dominant teams around. Winning is the norm for these guys.

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Greenbrier looks to improve from last year

Updated: 05/26/2010 - This is Greenbrier coach Brian Smith's second year at the helm of the Wolfpack. While the day to day stuff gets easier, putting a winning product on the field might be even harder this time around

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Cross Creek looking to rebouund from 2-8 season in 2008

Posted: 08/04/2009 - It's not always easy putting two strong seasons together in high school football. Just ask Cross Creek. After an 8-3 season and playoff appearance in 2007, the team finished with just two wins last season.

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Blue Devils hope runner-up finish fuels season

Posted: 08/04/2009 - The hardest game to lose for any football team is the last one. It just leaves a bad taste in your mouth all offseason. But ask Williston-Elko, it's a worst taste when the last game is the state championship.

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Silver Bluff hoping close games become wins in 2009

Posted: 08/03/2009 - Year in and year out, the Silver Bluff Bulldogs have a quality team. Last year was no different but it could have been a lot better. That's what this year's team wants to make sure doesn't happen to them.

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Former Strom Thurmond star makes college choice

Updated: 05/26/2010 - A big day in the life of Jakar Hamilton today. The former Strom Thurmond football star making a big decision of where to play his college ball. He narrowed his choices to Georgia and Alabama. Today, he made his final choice.

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Westminster set to add football in the fall

Updated: 05/26/2010 - Hard to believe but we're now less then a month away from the official start of football practice. Some teams are sneaking in camp work already. Among them, a new kid on the block, Westminster.

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Aquinas introduces Matt LeZotte as new head coach

Updated: 05/26/2010 - Matt LeZotte has been a winner pretty much everywhere he's gone. He played at Westside where he stared, then at James Madison, he led the team to a Division 1-AA national title. The last few years he's been on the sidelines as an Aquinas football assistant. Now , the reigns are his.

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