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The Fairfield Central Griffins came up one point shy in their season opener against the Brookland-Cayce Bearcats Friday night.
Sarah Crawford Campbell won dessert master for the second straight year with her white chocolate blueberry cheesecake despite strong competition among more than nine other entries.
Berthoud quarterback Cody Braesch, right, hands the ball off to running back Jimmy Fate.
Justin Steadman has rebounded from a back injury to earn Pioneer's starting quarterback job.
Galax scored twice in the first three minutes and was never threatened in rolling to a 48-14 victory over Carroll County in the annual benefit game between the nearby rivals.
The Estes Park High School Bobcats started their 2014 gridiron season in Gilcrest against the Valley Vikings, a 43-7 loss.
In Texas where football programs are treated like royalty with 12 FBS schools in the state, it is rare for players at the Football Championship Subdivision to gain recognition for the talent they possess.
MAKING OF A CHAMPION: CONTINUITY - Since 1988 it's been either Joe or Jody Weber in charge of the Wolves' program.
The high school football season started with a bang Friday night as both the Russellville and Logan County teams were in action.
Salem's football program continues to grow and get stronger, but sixth-year head coach Kurt Britnell knows most people measure progress only one way -- by looking at the standings.
Garrett Roberts #20 for the Scott Skyhawks ran a touchdown during the first scrimmage game.
Ashe County's season opener got off to a slow start with North Surry, but both offenses found their high gear after the first quarter.
The Skyline Falcons are brining a fresh approach to both sides of the ball in the club's move to 4A.
Laurens Academy junior quarterback Ryan Holmes threw for 213 yards and five touchdowns in the first half to lead the Crusaders to a 50-8 halftime lead.
Despite a disappointing 2013 campaign, Columbus Community football is looking to bounce back in 2014.
File photo South Robeson star Andrew Hill ran for 1,683 yards last year and had 17 touchdowns to lead the Mustangs to the third round of the state playoffs.
FLINT TWP, MI Nate Williams had to dart out of many of his football practices early, letting his staff take over.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 03:41 am
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