Hornets' Sanders is Player of the Week

After scoring five touchdowns against rival South Aiken, Aiken's Brayton Sanders is the Player of the Week.
By Wayne Staats

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Monday, Aug 24, 2015

Game of the Week: Washington County at Thomson

Washington County's first game after the A.J. Gray run starts Friday at Thomson in the Game of the Week.
By Wayne Staats

Sunday, Aug 23, 2015

Warriors hope stability will breed success

Among the Region 2-AAAAA schools in Columbia County, in 2015, Grovetown is the model of stability.
By Scott Rouch

New-look Crusaders hoping to clear hurdle

Despite new faces in key spots, including head coach and quarterback, Curtis Baptist is aiming for a return to a state championship game for the third year in a row.
By David Lee

Saturday, Aug 22, 2015

Musketeers looking to navigate tough schedule, transition

Richmond Academy knows what to expect by playing up a classification. The Musketeers know it won't be easy, but they also know they can win.
By Wayne Staats

Carr once again has keys to Midland Valley's offense

It was early in Midland Valley's preseason camp, but Daniel Carr was already in midseason form. The senior quarterback was throwing laser-like passes to his targets and hitting his receivers in ...
By John Boyette

Jackets still working out kinks on offense

North Augusta's defense led the Yellow Jackets to a 25-point rout of Lakeside, but the offense also had moments of success.

Greenbrier wins low-scoring affair

Hayden Harrison passed for 98 yards, including an 8-yard TD to Joseph Barksdale for the deciding score.

Warren County is edged

WARRENTON, Ga. - Trevon Ellison rushed for 95 yards as Putnam County edged Warren County.

Swainsboro is blanked

VIDALIA, Ga. - Shon Jones ran for 198 yards and three touchdowns and Vidalia churned out 403 rushing yards in an opening-week victory over Swainsboro.

North Augusta holds off Lakeside

North Augusta's defense picked off three passes, recovered a fumble and stood dominant for all but the first drive as the Yellow Jackets won at Lakeside, 32-7, to begin the season.
By Wayne Staats

Lions hold off Cavaliers

Augusta Christian junior linebacker Joey Varnadore came up with three fumble recoveries, including falling on a fumbled punt with 5:57 left in the game that led to the Lions’ game-winning ...
By Scott Rouch

Friday, Aug 21, 2015

Silver Bluff falls on the road

ABBEVILLE, S.C. - Silver Bluff fell behind 21-0 by halftime and could not win its opening game.

Aquinas rolls over Glenn Hills

In a game marred by penalties, 20 in all, the Aquinas offense shined with 388 total yards and seven touchdowns in the first half.
By Jason Newsome

Westminster comes alive in the second half

Westminster broke open a close game in the second half to beat Brentwood.

Dublin blanks Laney

Missed chances and offensive miscues doomed Laney in its season opener as Dublin shut out the Wildcats 3-0 on Friday night.
By David Lee

Screven County rolls

SYLVANAIA, Ga. - Malik Prescott scored three touchdowns and rushed for 101 yards as Screven County rolled in its season opener.

Lincoln County overpowers McCormick

Lincoln County shook off a slow start and scored touchdowns on six consecutive possessions in a 41-6 victory over the visiting Chiefs - the 23rd consecutive victory in the series dating back to ...
By Scott Michaux

Aiken falls short at Strom Thurmond

JOHNSTON, S.C. - Strom Thurmond rallied from a second-half deficit to win the season opener for both schools.

Evans rolls to victory in Lackey's debut

The Lemuel Lackey era at Evans got off to a successful start Friday night. The Knights scored on their first three drives as their offense rolled to a 49-7 season-opening victory at Westside.
By Chris Gay

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