By: Matt Middleton on September 26, 2009 - 2:54pm - Add new comment

Saturday afternoon Dan Marino Fake-Spike Play

(Observations from Friday night prep football)

Most surprising result: Greenbrier 7, Douglass 2

Not only was this a wacky score, but it was a rare region win for Greenbrier. Kendrick Wilson’s TD run was all the Wolfpack needed. Nice win.

Honorable mention: Strom Thurmond 28, Silver Bluff 12

By: Chris Gay on September 24, 2009 - 4:35pm - Add new comment

The Augusta Chronicle Sports Editor John Boyette picks the South Carolina games, while Staff Writer Chris Gay picks the Georgia games for Friday night’s action. All picks for entertainment purposes only. Feel free to post your picks below.

Week 4 review: Williston-Elko, Jefferson County, Lakeside and North Augusta continued their respective domination. Hephzibah got back on track against Westside. Silver Bluff lost a tight one to Midland Valley. And Butler almost snapped its long losing streak, but Cross Creek proved to be too much.

By: Billy Byler on September 24, 2009 - 12:27am - Add new comment

Week 5 is approaching and, though region schedules are beginning for many teams, the biggest area game of the week in South Carolina is the non-region clash between Strom Thurmond and Silver Bluff. We'll start with that one this week...

By: Chris Gay on September 16, 2009 - 7:04pm - Add new comment

The Augusta Chronicle Sports Editor John Boyette picks the South Carolina games, while Staff Writer Chris Gay picks the Georgia games for Friday night’s action. All picks for entertainment purposes only. Feel free to post your picks below.

By: Billy Byler on September 15, 2009 - 9:56pm - Add new comment

Is it Week 4 already? It's a big weekend for our Class A schools, who begin region play this Friday. But the game being hyped as the biggest in the area is the non-region, cross-state game featuring North Augusta at Richmond Academy. Though that game will get plenty of attention this week, I think a few others will prove to be more exciting (South Aiken at Strom Thurmond, Midland Valley at Silver Bluff). Here's some of the key match ups to watch...

By: Chris Gay on September 9, 2009 - 6:43pm - Add new comment

The Augusta Chronicle Sports Editor John Boyette picks the South Carolina games, while Staff Writer Chris Gay picks the Georgia games for Friday night’s action. All picks for entertainment purposes only. Feel free to post your picks below.

By: Billy Byler on September 9, 2009 - 2:07pm - Add new comment

Has the best area high school football game of 2009 already been played? Probably. Then again, I can't wait for some key region match ups this year (Aiken at North Augusta, Midland Valley at South Aiken, Williston-Elko at Blackville-Hilda).

But Week 3 has yet to be played, and the next five-overtime game may be just around the corner. Here's what I see at the top match ups this Friday (in order of best games to watch first):

By: Chris Gay on September 2, 2009 - 4:28pm - Add new comment

The Augusta Chronicle Sports Editor John Boyette (South Carolina) and Staff Writer Chris Gay (Georgia) predict the area prep football games for Friday night’s action. All picks for entertainment purposes only. Feel free to post your picks below.

By: Billy Byler on September 2, 2009 - 11:05am - Add new comment

Fox Creek head coach Russ Schneider and Augusta Christian head coach Keith Walton will stand on opposite sidelines this Friday as their teams compete against each other in the annual Battle for the Paddle. This year, considering the head coaching match up, things may be a little more personal.

 

By: Chris Gay on August 27, 2009 - 2:59pm - Add new comment

The Augusta Chronicle Sports Editor John Boyette (South Carolina) and Staff Writer Chris Gay (Georgia) predict the area prep football games for Friday night’s action. All picks for entertainment purposes only. Feel free to post your picks below.

Top Georgia Games


Westside at Richmond Academy:
The Musketeers have more depth, experience and talent than the Patriots, and they have home-field advantage. But Westside returns coach Gerald Barnes and an improved running back in senior Chris Hunter. Upset alert!


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