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Wagener Salley makes coaching change for remainder of the season

Updated: 05/26/2010 - Five weeks into the high school football season, a change for an area school in the head coaching department. Wagener Salley says Ryan Russell will not coach the rest of the year, athletic director Ken Tucker is taking over

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OFL Week 5 Top Perfomers

Updated: 09/27/2009 - A look at the top performers from Week 5 of the high school football season.

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Washington County running back our OFL Player of the Week

Montravious Gladden

Updated: 05/26/2010 - No one will confuse Washington County's Montravious Gladden with a big bruiser back that can physically beat up and opponent. But this week's Operation Football Live, McDonald's player of the week is short on stature but large on talent.

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North Augusta's Matt Hazel out OFL Player Of The Week

Matt Hazel

Updated: 05/26/2010 - It's a scary proposition for North Augusta opponents. The Jackets have already flexed their muscle and are looking to get better. One big reason they're this good, this quick, the play of wide receiver Matt Hazel, who's our Operation Football Live, McDonald's player of the week.

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OFL Week 3 Top Perfomers

Posted: 09/13/2009 - A look at the top performers from Week 3 of the high school football season

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Williston Elko's Dexter Staley is our OFL player of the week

Dexter Staley

Updated: 05/26/2010 - Every Wednesday here on news 12, we'll tell you our choice for our Operation Football Live, McDonald's player of the week. This week, it was pretty easy. When you score six touchdowns, yes, you have a pretty good chance of winning and thus our pick of Dexter Staley

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OFL's Week 1 Top Performers

Updated: 09/03/2009 - A look at the top performers from Week 1 of the high school football season

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Home school team is hungry for wins

Updated: 05/26/2010 - Our final gone camping preview is far and away the most unique you will find. The team name is the CSRA Guardians. The school, well, it's at home. They are actually a group of home school kids playing eight man football.

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Allendale Fairfax looking for more in 2009

Updated: 05/26/2010 - They're a team that's use to winning and winning a lot of football games. As Allendale Fairfax coach Wayne Farmer put it, losing in the first round of the playoffs a year ago counts as under achieving. Don't expect that to be the case this year.

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Work to be done if Glascock County can repeat last season

Updated: 05/26/2010 - It was a dream season for Glascock County a year ago. A school record eight wins and just two losses. For one of the smallest public schools in the state, to duplicate that will take a lot of hard work and probably a little luck along the way.

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Screven County to rely on young faces this year

Updated: 05/26/2010 - Two days now until pretty much every high school football team hits the field. For Screven County, getting back on the field is exactly what they want to do, especially after missing the playoffs last year.

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More numbers could spell success for Warren County

Updated: 05/26/2010 - While a lot of schools are concerned about the number of players being down this year, for the Screaming Devils of Warren County, just the opposite. They've nearly doubled in number of players and they hope it all equates to wins.

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Glenn Hills could be a team to rekon with this season

Updated: 05/26/2010 - Playing a full 48 minutes might be a little easier for the Spartans of Glenn Hills this year. And it might result in a trip not only to the playoffs, but a game or two deeper then in the past.

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Washington County confident the winning will continue

Posted: 08/24/2009 - Washington County's home stadium has been dubbed the "House of Pain". An appropriate nickname for a team that usually brings it on every single down. With most starters back, a trip to Sandersville could be painful for more then just a few opponents.

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War Eagles focused on turning around program

Posted: 08/24/2009 - With just four days away until the start of the high school football season, no doubt, every team is excited to start what they hope will be a solid year. That includes Wagener-Salley, hoping to turn around a program that has had it rough the past few years.

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Laney looks to team unity to be the key to success

Updated: 05/26/2010 - Ask most coaches and they'll tell you they usually don't have much patience. For Laney and coach Lemuel Lackey, he's had to have plenty of it here in the early going. With almost an entirely new starting crew, the Wildcats and fans need to be a little patient out of the gate.

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ECI aiming for third straight title game appearance

Posted: 08/23/2009 - How does this sound? A state championship in 2007, followed by a state runner-up finish in 2008. Not bad huh? That's what it been for the eci bulldogs the past two years. So now, what will 2009 bring?

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Consistency the key for Swainsboro in 2009

Posted: 08/23/2009 - It was an average year for swainsboro football last year. 5 wins and 5 losses and no playoff berth. But it could have been much better, considering they lost 3 games by a combined 6 points.

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Washington-Wilkes with new coach, new system

Updated: 08/23/2009 - It was just 4 years ago the Washington-Wilkes Tigers were playing for a state title against rival Lincoln County. But since that loss, they haven't advanced past the second round of the playoffs. This year, they want to change that.

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Brentwood hopes playmakers lead the team

Updated: 05/26/2010 - It was a year to remember for the Brentwood Eagles last season. The team tallied eight wins, earned a playoff berth, and came within one point of the state semifinals. This season, they hope to replicate that performance and more.

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Experience could be key for Ridge Spring Monetta

Updated: 05/26/2010 - One team that doesn't start til next Friday is Ridge Spring Monetta. It was just a few years ago they were vying for a state title. With plenty of guys back on both sides of the ball, the Trojans could be in pretty good shape to open things up.

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