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More team, less individual the key to Barnwell success

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Updated: 08/08/2014 - In Barnwell, it was not a pretty picture on and off the field for the Warhorses. On the field, some injuries hampered them, and guys had a problem buying into what they were trying to accomplish.

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Thomson's new coach expects to regain the Bulldog shine

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Updated: 08/07/2014 - A three and seven record is not Thomson football. Last year is a thing of the past and the bulldogs want to quickly put it behind them. They'll do it with a new man in charge and a different attitude.

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Jarett Troxler hopes to install winning attitude with Greenbrier

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Updated: 08/07/2014 - It was far and away the most interesting coaching move in the CSRA and maybe even the state of Georgia for that matter. Jarrett Troxler leaving Lakeside for Greenbrier, a team that didn't win a game last year. Now Troxler is trying to turn things around.

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Augusta Prep looks to rebuild after championship season

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Updated: 08/07/2014 - It was a year to remember for the Augusta Prep cavaliers. Still, the youngest program, around, they did the improbable in winning a title. This year, it's a whole new ballgame with a whole new league.

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Richmond Academy faces big challenge in 5A jump

Updated: 08/07/2014 - There's nothing wrong with a good challenge. ARC certainly haS one in front of them. Moving up in class, the Muskies need some of the younger players to step up.

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Silver Bluff reloads after a trip to the state title game

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Updated: 08/07/2014 - They reached the top of the mountain a year ago, but just couldn't put the flag in the ground. Silver Bluff, one play away from a state title. This year, back to work with basically a whole new cast and ready to start the climb again.

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Aiken looks for big strides in year two of the Brian Neal era

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Updated: 08/07/2014 - When Brian Neal was at McCormick, it took him two short years to take a program in disarray to the state title game. Now in his second year in Aiken, the bar has been raised. Whether they can get that far, it may be a stretch, but look for this squad to compete, week after week.

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Aquinas has the talent to make a run at a repeat

Updated: 08/04/2014 - They were pretty much the last team standing a year ago. And when it was all said and done, Aquinas was crowned state champs for the first time in school history. An undefeated record with a new head coach. So what do you do for an encore?

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WaCo football moves past state season

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Posted: 08/02/2014 - Washington County was one game away from number one in the state. The runner-up in the AAA State Championship, Washington County, isn't running away from any challenge in 2014.

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Football practice underway in South Carolina

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Updated: 08/01/2014 - Last Friday, it was the start of things on the Georgia side of the river. Today, the first official day for football practice in South Carolina.

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Thomson new coach getting the most out of his players

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Posted: 06/18/2014 - We have seen an exuberant amount of football changes in the CSRA this year. Not just in shear numbers, but with some big time programs getting new faces at the helm. One of the top jobs is at Thomson and the new man in charge is a familiar face in Rob Ridings.

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Former North Augusta coach back in the CSRA

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Posted: 06/05/2014 - We had 13 high school football changes in the area this year. A lot of them, prominent programs. One of the biggest was at North Augusta as Dan Pippin left the program to take the same job in Greenwood. Thursday, Pippin was back in the area.

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Two months on the job, North Augusta adjusting to head coach

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Updated: 05/31/2014 - The coaching hires of the high school football season have finally settled down. This offseason, a new coach took hold of a new program what seemed like every week. All things considered, North Augusta High School got their guy early in the process.

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Twitter shifting the world of recruiting

Updated: 05/28/2014 - Once again, the world of recruiting has changed. To dominate the recruiting attention. Flash and creativity have to dominate. Right now, Twitter is the best way to do it.

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