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Week One Leaders

Updated: 11/22/2010 - Area stat leaders for Week One of the high school football season

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Saluda looking for big things in 2010

Saluda Tigers

Posted: 08/26/2010 - With 22 seniors back, Saluda and coach Doug Painter could take the next step. That step, go from a 2 and 8 team a year ago to a .500 squad or even playoff team.

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Strength in numbers could pay off for Harlem

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Posted: 08/26/2010 - While most football teams will kick off the season on Friday, Harlem gets an extra week to prepare. Things should be on the up and up for the Bulldogs with more kids putting on the pads.

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Depsite the change at the top, Swainsboro expects to win again

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Posted: 08/25/2010 - It was one of the more interesting off season coaching moves in the high school ranks. Swainsboro posted a 10 and 2 mark but some other issues led to a change at the top. Now the Tiger program is in the hands of long time assistant David Johnson.

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Final season for coach gives Thomson motivation

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Posted: 08/25/2010 - For most of us, just to be active at the age of 78 will be quite the feet. But to be a football coach at the varsity level, well it takes a special kind of person. At Thomson, that's Luther Welsh as he's entering his final year at the helm of the Bulldogs.

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A new era with Westminster football

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Posted: 08/24/2010 - Butterflies, excitement, anticipation, just some of the emotions the kids from Westminster are starting to experience. After all, Friday marks their first ever varsity football game.

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Edmund Burke expecting big things in 2010

Edmund Burke Spartans

Posted: 08/24/2010 - A year ago the Spartans of Edmund Burke may have surprised a few people and wound up in the state semifinals in the independent ranks. No sneaking up on people this time around seeing now know how good the program has become.

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Cross Creek looks to new attitude for improvement

Cross Creek Razorbacks

Posted: 08/23/2010 - For some reason some teams just seem to have more problems then others. Those can come from off the field or on. At Cross Creek, they're hoping to correct those problems as they get ready for the start of the season.

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Winning tradition expected to continue at Lincoln County

Posted: 08/23/2010 - When you look in the dictionary of the word winner, there should be a picture of Lincoln County head coach Larry Campbell. High school programs are suppose to have a down year every now and then. For the Red Devils, a down year in the past decade has meant only seven wins.

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Tigers look to reload with team first attitude

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Updated: 08/23/2010 - In the last four seasons, Allendale-Fairfax has averaged nine wins. That's a great streak of success, especially because the Tigers combined for only five wins the previous three years.

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Bears move on after Brigham

Burke County Bears

Posted: 08/22/2010 - When Burke County needed a leader last season, Quarterback Terrell Brigham always seemed to get it done. For Brigham and the Bears, though, that time is gone.

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For Eagles, it's more than football

CSRA Guardians (Eagle Sports)

Posted: 08/21/2010 - For the Augusta Eagles, football is just a little bit different activity. Along with teaching kids how to play the sport, it's also a place to meet new people.

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New attitude at South Aiken

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Posted: 08/21/2010 - For the last decade or so, South Aiken has been a program with good but not great success. But as with any program, the goal is to be great.

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Screven County bands together under new coach

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Posted: 08/20/2010 - It wasn't that long ago that Screven County was challenging for a state championship year in and year out. Not that the Gamecocks have completely fallen off. They just haven't quite lived up to their own standards recently.

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Patriots need to strong junior class to shine

Wardlaw Academy Patriots

Posted: 08/19/2010 - There aren't too many sports programs that expect to win a state championship every year, but that's the case for Wardlaw, where winning titles is the norm, not the exception.

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No excuses, Butler expects to win this year

Butler High School Bulldogs

Posted: 08/19/2010 - It has been four plus long years of misery for the Butler Bulldogs having not won a game in that length of time. This year, no reason at all Butler shouldn't win a few games.

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Bamberg to reshape offense for season ahead

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Posted: 08/18/2010 - Winning breads winning, no question about it. At Bamberg Ehrhardt, they do a lot of that. Since 2004 the least amount of wins they've had is nine. But this year they're hoping to take the next step and be a true state title contender.

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High expectations again at ECI

ECI Bulldogs

Updated: 08/20/2010 - It was just a couple of years ago when Georgia sophomore running back Washaun Ealy was leading ECI to a state title. Even after he left the Bulldog program, Emanuel County has barely missed a beat

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Glenn Hills hoping to become a playoff team

Glenn Hills Spartans

Posted: 08/17/2010 - Every year there seems to be a handful of new coaches in new places around the area. Most of the times a guy has some time to come in and put things in place before the spring or even summer. Not the case at Glenn Hills with Andrew Young now running the program.

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Experience will carry Panthers

Glascock County Panthers

Posted: 08/17/2010 - Glascock County went 8-and-2 just two seasons ago, and after a tough season last year, the Panthers to reclaim that glory.

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Older, wiser Warren County looking for wins

Warren County Screaming Devils

Posted: 08/17/2010 - Warren County finished its football campaign 4-7 last season, but according to Head Coach Marleau Blount, it could've easily gone better.

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Grovetown thinking big in year two

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Posted: 08/16/2010 - It's a challenge to be able to put together a competitive football program year to year. It's even more of a challenge to start from scratch.

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