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Williston Elko Looks To Add To Win Total

Posted: 08/12/2008 - Anytime a new coach takes over a football team, you expect the first year to be kind of tough. For Williston Elko, just the opposite as Dwayne Garrick took over and the Blue Devils promptly won seven ballgames.

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Strom Thurmond Football Has Holes To Fill

Posted: 08/12/2008 - This is uncharted waters for Strom Hhurmond coach Lee Sawyer. No Coco or Aramis Hillary to rely on, like they have in the past five years. For the Rebels to yell this year, they're going to have to have fresh, new faces step it up.

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Blackville Hilda Starts Defense Of Title

Posted: 08/11/2008 - There's only one team in our area that won their last game, that being Blackville Hilda. That also means there's a bigger bullseye on the Hawks as defending state champs.

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Josey Hopes Team Work Pays Off In Wins

Posted: 08/11/2008 - Ask many around the Josey football program and they'll tell you, buying into the team concept has been a problem in years gone by. This year, things seem to be headed in the right direction.

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Brentwood Regroups For Year Ahead

Posted: 08/08/2008 - You would think a team coming off a three win season might be down on themselves. But if you head to Sandersville and check in on Brentwood, just the opposite. This year's War Eagles are expecting to fly high.

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Greenbrier Will Have Work Cut Out For Them

Posted: 08/08/2008 - For the third time in four years, Greenbrier has a new man in charge of the pack. Instead of going outside the program, the 'Pack tabbed Brian Smith to lead the team. He's going to have his work cut out for him this year.

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New Coach Takes Over In Swainsboro

Posted: 08/07/2008 - Swainsboro always has been a program with great athletes, usually those athletes add up to one thing, wins.

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Lions Ready To Roar Again

Posted: 08/07/2008 - While there's plenty of area teams that have been successfull over the years, to do it year after year is not the norm for most. At Pride Valley, home of Augusta Christian, it's become just that as the pieces of the puzzle do fit together.

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Silver Bluff Ready For Another Run

Posted: 08/06/2008 - Gotta love Silver Bluff coach Al Lown, no nonsense, tell it like it is coach who's had a successfull run at the Bluff. This year, expect more wins then losses, as usual.

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Aiken's Experience Should Improve Five Win Season

Updated: 08/06/2008 - It's been the philosophy of Aiken football since Carey Johnson took over the Hornet program, hard nose football. It's paid off. In the past four years alone, the program has racked up 39 wins, and believe it or not, that includes just five a year ago.

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ARC Have The Weapons To Compete

Updated: 08/06/2008 - They are one of the most storied high school programs around, the Academy of Richmond County. As of late, the program has fallen on some hard times. Don't expect them to last.

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Big Test Lies Ahead For The Knights

Updated: 10/10/2007 - With region schedules now in full swing, no game is bigger on this week's docket then Evans hosting Statesboro. A pair of undefeated teams square off in what could be the best litmus test for the Knights all year.

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Campin' With News 12 Washington Wilkes

Posted: 08/20/2007 - When a football team racks up 22 wins in the last two years like Washingto Wilkes has, you'd think they'd feel pretty good about themselves. For Tiger head coach Russell Morgan, it might not be the case this season.

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Campin' with News 12: Swainsboro Tigers

Updated: 08/20/2007 - While georgia schools are back in session, there's still two weeks to go before they kick off the season. For the Tigers of Swainsboro, they're glad they have the time since it'll be putting in a new offense.

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Campin' with News 12: Jefferson County Warriors

Updated: 08/20/2007 - We continue our trek around high school football camps today with a trip to Jefferson County and a check on the Warriors. When you talk Jefferson County football this year, one name will jump off the page.

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Campin' with News 12: Allendale Fairfax Tigers

Updated: 08/20/2007 - Anytime a team gets deep in the state playoffs, things change the next year. For Allendale Fairfax, that is for sure the case. Upper state finalists in '06 as the Tigers have gone from the hunters to the hunted.

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Campin' with News 12: Greenbrier Wolfpack

Updated: 08/20/2007 - If you're looking for kind of a dark horse team to jump up and make big waves this year, look no further than Greenbrier. Scott Chadwick is now in his second year as head coach and the pieces are in place for a run to a title.

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Crusaders will have to be just that

Posted: 08/12/2007 - We all know Cal Ripken is the iron man of baseball. But in football terms, an iron man could be refered to someone who plays on both sides of the ball. That makes Curtis Baptist, the "iron" team.

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New coach to lead Williston Elko

Posted: 08/11/2007 - Plenty of eyes this year will be on Williston Elko new head coach Dwayne Garrick. Before spending the last handfull of years in the upstate, Garrick was on the sidelines at Barnwell.

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Campin' with News 12: Wardlaw Academy Patriots

Updated: 08/07/2007 - For any eight man football team, the number of players is always an issue. Not a surprise, that's again the case with Wardlaw Academy as they get ready to embark on the 2007 campaign.

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Campin' with News 12: Washington County Golden Hawks

Updated: 08/07/2007 - One of the more interesting teams to watch in the upcoming high school football season, Washington County. State semi-finalist a year ago, but getting back won't be easy for 2nd year head coach Joel Ingram.

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Campin' with News 12: Josey Eagles

Updated: 08/07/2007 - No wins two years ago....three wins last season and things are looking up more then ever for the Josey Eagles. With more kids out for the team this year, the potential is there to be more than competitive.

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Campin' with News 12: Barnwell War Horses

Updated: 08/07/2007 - We continue our trek around football camps with a trip to Barnwell and a visit with the War Horses. Five and six a year ago for coach Joey Still and has charges and an initial look at the team, they could be even better.

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