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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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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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A change in offense hopes to take Briarwood to next level

Briarwood Academy Buccaneers

Posted: 08/12/2010 - Last year was a breakout season for Briarwood and coach Josh Osborne. A trip to the state semifinals for the independent ranks before bowing out to the eventual champs. This year, the Bucs are going to give the opposition a whole new look

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Jefferson County starts life after Barry Bostic

Jefferson County Warriors

Posted: 08/12/2010 - It was just a few years ago when Jefferson County was a playoff team that could never get beyond the first round. But the last few years, these team has been a legitimate title contender.

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Defense to lead Evans early on

Evans High School Knights

Updated: 08/12/2010 - Over the past three years Evans has racked up 28 wins and have made trips into the state playoffs. For the knights to do it again, they'll probably have to step it up a notch.

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Different attitude hoping to turn Wagener Salley around

wagner salley war eagles logo

Posted: 08/11/2010 - Attitude is everything in football. You need to play on the edge and have some sort of swagger to be successful. When that attitude is gone, you can lose a team or program. That's the culture Wagener Salley is fighting as they go into the season.

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Strom Thurmond ready for a big run in 2010

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Posted: 08/11/2010 - In the past six years, Strom Thurmond has been racking up the wins left and right. Last year's 10 and 3 mark, even surprised coach lee sawyer considering the number of young players he had in the lineup. This year, the bar has been raised.

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New realignment puts Greenbrier back with area schools

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Posted: 08/10/2010 - One of the more interesting story lines heading into this football season will Greenbrier. After two years of playing in class 5-A, the Wolfpack are back in 4-A with some of the other area teams. They're also hoping to get back to the playoffs.

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Laney looks to rebound following .500 season

Posted: 08/09/2010 - When you think Laney football, you think a winning tradition. So when the wildcats went five and five a year ago, I'm sure a lot of folks were shaking their heads. This year, expect great things for these cats.

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Josey poised for much better season

TW Josey Eagles

Posted: 08/06/2010 - It's been quite some time since Josey has posted a winning record on the football field. Whether they do that again this year remains to be seen. But what is clear as day, these Eagles are taking big steps in the right direction.

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Tradition rich Blackville Hilda looking to rebound

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Posted: 08/05/2010 - From 2001 to 2008 Blackville Hilda averaged 12 wins a season. That included a perfect year and a state title. In 2009, the Fighting Hawks, didn't have much fight and managed just six wins. Talk about playing with a chip on their shoulder.

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Experienced QB should help Aiken have rebound season

Posted: 08/05/2010 - By Aiken standards, four wins in a year is all but unacceptable. But that's just the kind of season the Hornets had a year ago. This season, with experience up and down the roster, Carey Johnson's and the crew are looking to return to the top of the heap.

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Continuing the tradtion the goal for Richmond Academy

Posted: 08/04/2010 - It was three short years ago Richmond Academy had a winless season. But in the past two years, they've turned that around and are now a contender for not only a playoff spot, but a region title as well.

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Barnwell looks to return to winning traditon

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Posted: 08/03/2010 - After a tough season in which Barnwell won just two ballgames, and had issues on and off the field, the Warhorses are hoping time and a new head coach heals all wounds.

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Lakeside looks to continue record setting success

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Posted: 08/03/2010 - They were one of the best stories on the football scene a year ago. Lakeside having their best season ever with 10 wins and two home playoff games. A decent amount of new faces for the panthers but the expectations remain sky high.

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