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Rebels big senior class looks to lead Hephzibah

Updated: 08/18/2015 - No program made more out of less then hephzibah a year ago. Six wins might not sound like a lot, but it was the most by a rebel team in five years. This year, they look to carry over the momentum with a new coach in charge.

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New coach, same winning expectations at Laney

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Updated: 08/18/2015 - You can call it a new era for the Laney Wildcats with coach Lemuel Lackey no longer pulling the strings. Even with the big change, you shouldn't expect anything different out of Laney this season.

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Positiive thinking driving Greenbrier to be better

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Updated: 08/17/2015 - It's been a while since we've had a Greenbrier football team with a winning season. Just four wins in a three year stretch. That's all in the past and new coach Tony Kramer's number one goal is to keep it there and focus on the present and so far, he likes what he sees.

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Harlem embraces new coach, offense

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Updated: 08/19/2015 - Changes have come to Harlem by way of a new coach and a new offense. Coach Todd Booker takes over for the Bulldogs vowing this won't be the same old Harlem football team.

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Warren County writes a new page

Warren County Screaming Devils

Updated: 08/13/2015 - Warren County will readily admit the last two years haven't been their best. The Devils started from the bottom with a near complete team of freshmen. Two years later, they hope the best is yet to come.

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North Augusta reloads for the season ahead

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Updated: 08/13/2015 - It's the nature of the game. Players graduate, somebody else has to step up. North Augusta is ready to reload. Though, it could take a few weeks to get the machine clicking.

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Large program, large expectations for Jefferson County

Jefferson County Warriors

Updated: 08/12/2015 - The size of the program is large, so are the expectations. It never seems to be anything less for Jefferson County-- state championship football. Head coach JB Arnold and his Warriors wouldn't have it any other way.

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South Aiken ready for attitude adjustment

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Updated: 08/12/2015 - The attitude adjustment is in place at South Aiken. Winning is the next step. The Thoroughbreds have seven wins in the last three years

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McCormick Chiefs can compete for region

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Posted: 08/10/2015 - Welcome back to the head coaching ranks. Earlier this year, Russ Schneider left Fox Creek football, stepping away for health reasons. Though, the desire to coach didn't go away.

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Grovetown growing, relying on experience

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Updated: 08/10/2015 - Three years without a winning season, Grovetown hopes to end that trend in 2015. The Warriors experience may lead to more wins, if they can keep up in a daunting region.

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Westminster building towards more winning seasons

Updated: 08/08/2015 - After reaching the playoffs and showing signs of improvement Westminister heads into the 2015 season looking to have one of the best years in program history, something that's very doable.

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Garrick returns to Barnwell and hopes to lead them to the post season

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Updated: 08/07/2015 - Whoever coined the phrase you can't go home again, didn't know what they were talking about. At Barnwell, new coach Dwayne Garrick is just doing just that. Garrick, got his start with the Warhorse and is now back on their sidelines as head coach.

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New coach has Evans excited for next step

Evans High School Knights

Updated: 08/06/2015 - Probably the biggest surprise of new coaches in the area came at Evans. After 12 years at the helm, Marty Jackson stepped aside to become athletic director at Grovetown. Then the shocker, as Laney's Lemuel Lackey made the move to Columbia County to run the Knights.

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Strom Thurmond ready to get back to being a title contender

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Updated: 08/06/2015 - For a lot of teams in the area, getting seven wins signifies a good season. In the land of the rebels with Strom Thrumond, seven wins is a down year. Time for them to get back where they usually are, a legit title contender.

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Dome or bust for Aquinas this year

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Updated: 08/05/2015 - For the last two years, besides Washington County, no other team in the area has had as much success as Aquinas. Just a single loss in two years and a state championship to go along with that. They've raised the bar on Highland Avenue and it's Dome bound or bust this fall.

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Big things expected at Cross Creek

Cross Creek Razorbacks

Updated: 08/05/2015 - I know we've said this a lot about Cross Creek in the last few years, but if there's a sleeper team in the area, the Razorbacks may be it. Robert McCarty has athletes and he has depth. Two dangerous combinations.

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Butler turns to athleticism for success on the field

Butler High School Bulldogs

Updated: 08/04/2015 - Crawl before you walk, walk before you run. Sounds simple, but for some football teams, that's the steps you need to take, literally. At butler, ever since myron newton took over, that's been the process. Now in his fourth year, newton is hoping his team is ready to run and run fast.

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No let down expected after heavy graduation loss at Lakeside

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Posted: 08/04/2015 - Plenty of area eyes this year will be on Lakeside. A six win team last year that was hit hard by graduation. And a handful of those kids are now playing at the next level. So, how does this team become a playoff team?

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