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Michael Young/Sports Editor

The 2013 Barnwell High School Warhorse varsity football team.

Warhorses ready for bounce back season MICHAEL YOUNG Sports Editor

Barnwell High head coach Eddie Moore wasn’t prepared for what happen to his football team last season. In the previous season, the Warhorses made huge strides, going 8-4, including a 1-1 in the playoffs. Last season, the Warhorses took a step backward with a 4-6 regular season record. Three of those losses by a total of 13 points. But a new season, brings renewed hopes for the Warhorses with eight starters returning on both sides of the ball. Moore said he expects better results this year. “Last season, we were a better football team than what our record showed,” Moore said. “We definitely have the talent to bounce back. We had a very good off season

Head Coach Ed Moore College: Auburn

and the kids are motivated and eager to get better.” One of the positives that came out of the 2012 season for the Warhorses was the discovery of Shakur Chisolm as a true “home run” threat out of the backfield. As a freshman, Chisolm torched opposing defenses for 1,321 yards and 11 touchdowns. Chisolm is a powerful slasher, who will burst through a hole and bounce

runs to the outside. The Warhorses also possess three other proven backs in Tyrin Williams, Kenyon Hayward and Detravain Johnson. Williams does a good job of darting through openings and finding cut back lanes. Hayward and Johnson are most effective in short yardage situations. Junior Jevonte Dunbar returns for his second tour of duty at the quarterback position. Dunbar is arguably the most athletic signal caller in the region. Dunbar ’s biggest attribute is his ability to elude defenders and throw on the run. William Barnes will be the backup. The receivers will be Jalen Smith, Greg Singleton, Marcus Spann, Alex Donaldson and tight end Charles Williams. Williams is a strong blocker who made several big catches last season.

Going into spring practice, Barnwell’s offensive line was

c o n sidered a strength. That, however, changed when guard Nathan Still suffered an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury during the spring drills Despite the loss, the Warhorses remained a solid blocking unit with returners Charlton Bradford and Malcolm Hammonds at

the tackles. Preston Guest at the center position and guards Will Hair and Neal Wright. “It’s all about being consistent and executing,” Moore said. “We were in all of our games last season, but we just didn’t do a very good job of finishing.” On defense, the Warhorses standard 5-2 set features a lot of movement along the line. The defensive front will consists of Charles Williams and Harvey Garrett at the ends. The run stoppers inside include Marcus Spann, Detravian Johnson and Charlton Bradford. An active hard-hitting group of linebackers will be Regan Guest, Preston Guest, Jessie Brown and Will Lott. The Warhorses have AllRegion candidates in the secondary with returners Tyrin Williams and Dondre Adkins at the safety posiSee Warhorses Page 3

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Warhorses, continued from page 3 tions and Jevonte Dunbar and Shakur Chislom at the cornerback positions. Adkins, who has delivered some vicious hits over the last two seasons, is very good in run support and pass coverage. Last season, he finished with 14 pass

break-ups. Reserves in the secondary includes Kenyon Hayward, Jamari Dunbar, Greg Singleton and William Barnes On special teams, Jevonta Dunbar will punt and kick. The return specialists are Tyrin Williams, Kenyon

Hayward and Shakur Chisolm. “I’m really encouraged about what I’ve seen so far in practice and the scrimmages,” Moore said. “We believe we have the pieces in place to compete for a title in our region.”

Michael Young/Sports Editor Michael Young/Sports Editor

Head coach Eddie Moore, center, has his Warhorses pointed in the right direction.

All-Region candidate Dondre Adkins, left, returns at safety for the Warhorses.

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Michael Young/Sports Editor

Barnwell High’s junior quarterback Jevonte Dunbar, #3 is a threat as a runner and passer.

Date 8-24 8-30 9-6 9-13 9-20 9-27 10-4 10-11 10-18 10-25 11-1

2013 Barnwell High School Varsity Football Schedule

Opponent Site ST. Joseph’s Home Blackville-Hilda Home Williston-Elko Away Woodland Away Open Swansea Home Wade Hampton Away Edisto Away (Homecoming) Calhoun County Away Bamberg-Ehrhardt Away Silver Bluff Home

Principal - Jon Burdge Head Coach - Ed Moore Athletic Director - Rosey Anderson (803) 541-1390

Time 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

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Barnwell Warhorses’ coaching staff

Assistant Coach Michael Highsmith College: Baptist

Assistant Coach Thomas Davis College: Chowan

Assistant Coach Rob Gorrell College: Wofford

Assistant Coach Andrian Bell College: Exceisior

Trainer Rob Roth College: Eastern Kentucky

Assistant Coach Will Lemon College: Lander

Assistant Coach Jere Parker College: Georgia Southern

Director of Football Facilty Operations Vanessa Mitchell

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Michael Young/Sports Editor

Offensive lineman Malcom Hammond, #70, will be counted on in the trenches this season for the Warhorses.

Michael Young/Sports Editor

Shakur Chisolm of BHS ran for more than 1,300 yards as a freshman last season.

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Michael Young/Sports Editor

Blackville-Hilda High legendary football coach David Berry returns for his 25th season with the team. Berry has averaged 10 wins a season.

Familar faces in B-H Hawks’ Nest


Familiar faces can been seen all around the Hawks’ Nest for the BlackvilleHilda High (last season, 7-5 overall, 1-1 playoffs) football. With only five starters graduating from last year’s team, Blackville-Hilda High will have 14 lettermen returning, including eight on offense. Blackville-Hilda High head coach David Berry said the team has potential to be good. “The learning process continues for our team,” Berry said. “We’re sluggish in some areas so there’s plenty of room for improvement. We have a good group of returners, but a lot of them are inexperienced.” The Hawks will look to

Head Coach David Berry College: Baptist

find a new leader for their offense after the graduation of two-year starter Darren Jones. Jones went 15-9 as a starter for the Hawks. After several rotations at the position during the first three weeks, senior Christian Sanders has emerged as the starter. Sanders played four positions for the Hawks last season, including tailback and receiver. What Sanders brings to

the table is athleticism and competitive fire. Last season, Sanders accounted for 637 yards, including 456 rushing. “Christian Sanders is very versatile. He gives us a lot of options at quarterback,” Berry said. In the backfield, Berry has a stable of good runners at his disposal. Junior halfback Darren Ford tops the group. Last season, Ford was second on the team in rushing with 487 yards and five touchdowns. Ford shows wiggle to make tacklers miss in the open field and will drop his shoulder and run off a defender. The backfield also includes Barry Armstrong Jr. Jaloni Jones, Trevin Rivers, Jarvis Washington, Kendrick Staley, Carl Williams and Richard Bell. Armstrong rushed for 68 yards and a touchdown last

season. On the offensive line Hawks seek to replace two starters. The interior, however, looks solid with returners Darius Ephriam and Chris Boiser at the guards. Ephriam, who injured his shoulder in the playoffs against McCormick High, is one of the top guards in the region. Ephriam gets into position well and, when run blocking, drives his legs and finishes the block. Rounding out the line are Dayshawn Bamberg and Noah Villalobos at the tackles and Hunter McCoy at center. “This group is working hard and coming along. Hopefully, we’ll get where we need by opening week,” said Berry. At the wide receiver position talent is plentiful with returners Dwayne Prophet, Justin Hope, Montrel Isaac,

newcomer Isaiah Harrison and tight end Ricky Williams. The leaders of the unit, Hope and Prophet differ in style. Hope is more of a possession receiver, the player to look for on third down. Prophet is the deep threat. Last season, he averaged 17.4 yards per catch. Prophet’s best performance came Sept. 14 in a 29-26 win over Wagner-Salley High. In that contest, Prophet had three catches, including a 35-yard touchdown grab. On defense, the Hawks allowed 19.3 points per game last season. Look for those numbers to be lower this season with seven returners. On the defensive line, the Hawks welcome back four starters in Ricky Williams, Chris Boiser, Darius See B-H Hawks Page 9

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Blackville-Hilda Hawks’ coaching staff

Assistant Coach Michael Beasley College: USC

Assistant Coach Paris Mason College: S.C. State Univ.

Assistant Coach William Hammonds College: USC

Assistant Coach Albert Pressley College: The Citadel

Assistant Coach Doug Inman College: Clearwater Christian

Assistant Coach Andrew Gaddy College: West Georgia

Assistant Coach Ron Still College: USC

Assistant Coach Barry Armstrong College: USC

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2013 Blackville-Hilda High School Varsity Football Schedule Date 8-30 9-6 9-13 9-20 9-27 10-4 10-11 10-18 10-25 11-1

Opponent Barnwell Denmark-Olar Bamberg-Ehrhardt Wagener-Salley North Hunter-Kinard-Tyler Ridge-Spring-Monetta (Parents Night) Bethune-Bowman (Homecoming) Fox Creek Williston-Elko

Site Away Home Away Away Away Home Away

Time 7:30 p.m. 7:30 pm. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.


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Home Home

7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Principal - David Norman Head Coach - David Berry Athletic Director - Mike Beasley (803) 284-5771

Michael Young/Sports Editor

Junior Darren Ford will be one of the top ball carriers this season for the Hawks.

B-H Hawks, continued from page 7 Ephriam and Justin Hope. Hope is the most productive of the group. Last season, he recorded 69 total tackles, including six for losses. The linebacking group is the best unit with returners Trevin Rivers, Jaloni Jones, Andre Jones, Jeramiah Priester and Darren Ford. Rivers, who plays with a mean streak, is the most athletic of the group. He racked up 48 tackles, including a team-leading 17 on special teams. Andre Jones is another player who has stood out on the unit. Jones has been one of the

better looking defenders so far. He recorded seven tackles and a fumble recovery in the Aug. 9 scrimmage against Midland Valley High. In the secondary, Juwan Jenkins, Christian Sanders and Dwayne Prophet all return. Reserves include Barry Armstrong, Cameron Brown, Carl Williams and Isaiah Harrison. On special teams, senior Joseph Staley will kick and punt. Armstrong led the Hawks in returned yardage last season with 26.2 yards a return.

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Michael Young/Sports Editor Michael Young/Sports Editor

Sophomore Barry Armstrong Jr. led Blackville-Hilda High in return yards last season.

Senior Christian Sanders, #15, will make the switch from tailback to quarterback this season for the Hawks.

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Michael Young/Sports Editor

The 2013 Williston-Elko High School Blue Devil varsity football team.

W-E looks to continue winning ways MICHAEL YOUNG Sports Editor

The Williston-Elko High Blue Devils hope to continue their winning ways under head coach Dwayne Garrick. In six seasons at the helm, Garrick has guided the Blue Devils to a 73-12 record, including four region titles and a state championship. This season, the Blue Devils have 15 of 22 position players returning. Those numbers give Garrick a good chance of being in the region title hunt. “Although we lost quite a bit of experienced players, we had a good group back” Garrick said. “ I believe our strength areas are offensive and defensive lines. Offen-

Head Coach Dwayne Garrick College: Presbyterian

sively, we’ll mix it up a bit this season. However, our main focus is still running the football.” For the third year in a row, Dalton Mundy returns at quarterback for the Blue Devils. Mundy is a pocket passer, who is very accurate

throwing the intermediate routes. Last season, Mundy completed 41 of 92 passes for 725 yards and nine touchdowns. At running back the Blue Devils will have to find a way to fill the void left by Jarius Jenkins, who transferred to Hunter-Kinard-Tyler High during the summer. Jenkins was the catalyst for the Blue Devils’ ground attack last season with 1,593 yards rushing and 22 touchdowns. Due to his departure, the Blue Devils will look for a more balanced attack with a talented crop of backs in Antonio Coleman, Andrew Milligan, Marcell Wright, Faheem Richberg and Devon Fagans. Richberg has the most experience of the group, rushing for 432 yards and two

touchdowns last season. “This is a group that has shown a lot of improvement during our scrimmages. We have several backs that have shown the ability to make big plays in the ground game,” said Garrick. In the receiving department, the Blue Devils will have Laurence Phoniex at tight end. The wideouts include Zhane Snider, Dalton Barrett, Da’Twon Owens and Christian Sapp. The offensive line returns experience at four of the five spots. The anchor of the group is right tackle Taylor Hearn. Hearn is one of the best run and pass blockers in the state. Hearn, who has committed to Clemson University, has been the driving force on a line that has produced three 1,000 rushers over the

past two seasons. Joining Hearn will be AllRegion candidate Shawn Chavis at left tackle. Daniel Smith and Jacob Vargo return at the guards with Justin Lott the at center spot. On defensive, the Blue Devils operate in the 5-2-4 alignment. The front five consists of Jerome Evans and Andrew Milligan at the ends. Inside the Blue Devils will have Caleb Craig at the nose and Taylor Hearn and Daniel Smith at the tackles. The backups include Lawrence Phoenix, Wyatt Rhoad, Jacob Vargo and Shawn Chavis. A new look linebacking group will consist of Christian Sapp, Jacob Vargas and See Blue Devils Page 12

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Blue Devils, continued from page 11 Andrew Milligan. A player that has really shined during the first two weeks of practice is Milligan. In scrimmages against AllendaleFairfax and Wade Hampton, he has racked up 18 tackles and two forced fumbles. A Blue Devils secondary which was vulnerable, surrendering three touchdown

passes in last year ’s first round playoff loss to Ware Shoals High, should be better this season with the addition of Trimayne Whetstone and Da’Twon Owens at the corners. The safeties will be returners Antonio Coleman and Faheem Richberg. The backups are Nate

Cunningham, Ji’Quez Finey and Keyshawn Ogletree. On special teams, Antonio Coleman, Andrew Milligan and Jerome Evans will split time as the returners. Taylor Hearn will handle the punting and place kicking chores. The returners will be Antonio Coleman, Devon Fagans and Faheem Richberg.

Senior Taylor Hearn, top, will help fuel the Blue Devils’ pass rush.

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Williston-Elko High Blue Devils’ coaching staff

Assistant Coach Robert Wrigthenberry College: Newberry

Assistant Coach Derek Youngblood College: USC-Aiken

Assistant Coach David Augustine College: USC-Aiken

Assistant Coach Tony Flowers College: USC

Assistant Coach Kenny Lipsey College: Anderson

Assistant Coach Charles Dooley College: USC

Assistant Coach Ronnie Tobin College: Orangeburg-Tech

Trainer Tasha Bowman College: USC

Blue Devils

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2013 Williston-Elko High School Varsity Football Schedule Date 8-23 8-30 9-6 9-13 9-20 9-27 10-4 10-11 10-18 11-1

Opponent Edisto Chesterfield Barnwell Denmark-Olar North Wagener-Salley Fox Creek H-K-T Ridge Spring - Monetta Blackville-Hilda

Site Away Home Home Away Home Home Away Away Home Away

Time 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 pm. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m 7:30 p.m.

Principal - Brian Newsome Head Coach/Athletic Director Dwayne Garrick (803) 266-3110

Michael Young/Sports Editor

Junior Marcell Wright, #12, will be counted on to produce in the run game for the Blue Devils this season.

Michael Young/Sports Editor

Senior Dalton Mundy is a third-year starter for the Blue Devils at quarterback.



Tel: 803.266.7629


Go W-E Blue Devils!

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The 2013 Jefferson Davis Academy Raider varsity football team.

Michael Young/Sports Editor

JDA Raiders prepared to turn the corner MICHAEL YOUNG Sports Editor

Jefferson Davis Academy’s young football team (8-man, 4-6 last season) of a year ago, which saw many freshman and sophomores take on primary roles, is now a year older and more importantly, more seasoned. JDA head coach Curt Ott said he’s excited about his team chances this season. “In terms of numbers, this is the best group of player I’ve had since I’ve been here,” Ott said. “We have depth at almost every position. We have the potential to be really good if we play hard and execute.” In the backfield players like Brandon Bennette, Ross Kinard, Colton Pritchard and Dalton Bell will have the

Head Coach Curt Ott College: USC

daunting task of trying to replace last season running phenomenon Trent Garvin. Garvin ran for more than 1,400 yards and accounted for 75 percent of the offense. Expect Bennette and Kinard to get most of the touches out of the group. Bennette is a powerful runner, who

excels in short yardage situations and is a good receiver out of the backfield. Kinard, who runs hard and low to the ground. Against Patrick Henry Academy in the Aug. 17 jamboree, Kinard rushed for 56 yards and two touchdowns in just one quarter of work. Ott said several backs have looked good running the ball so far in August drills. “Right now, we don’t have a clear cut starter at running back. Last season Trent Garvin was our workhorse. This season, I think we’ve can get the same type of production, just with more balance,” said Ott. At the quarterback position, Colin Thomas takes over after splitting duty as a receiver and running back last season. Thomas is pretty accurate on his intermediate throws.

He does a very good job of selling the run well on play action fakes. Colton Pritchard will serve as the backup. The offensive line will be the strength of the unit with three returning starters. Cameron Polston and Curtis Boiling are the guards. Lawson Holland will be at center and new comer Wesley Ott is at tackle. Polston and Holland developed into two the Raiders best blockers last season. Both players do a very good job of using their size to overpower defenders at the point of attack. A reliable group of receivers include Will Gee and McKenzie Webster. Gee, who is small in statue, has good speed and playmaking ability as a receiver and returner. Last season, Glee had 12 catches for 121 yards.

Webster is one of the best blocking pass catchers in the region. He uses his body well to shield defenders off the ball in traffic. On defense, the team has made steady improvement under Ott. Look for that trend to continue with six starters returning. The front line will consist of Cameron Polston and McKenzie Webster at the ends. The inside guys will be Hayden Kaigler and Curtis Boiling. The starting linebackers are Ross Kinard at the weakside and Wesley Ott at strongside. In the secondary, the Raiders have two very good cover corners in Colin Thomas and Will Gee. On the special teams, Dalton Bell and Colton Pritchard will be the top returners. Gee will punt and placekick.

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JDA Raiders’ coaching staff

2013 JDA “Raiders” Varsity Football Schedule Date 8-23 8-30 9-6 9-13 9-20 9-27

Assistant Coach Kevin Webster College: Clemson

Assistant Coach Brian Williams

10-4 10-11 10-18 10-25 11-1

Opponent W.W. King Beaufort Patrick Henry Academy Andrew Jackson Acdemy Wardlaw Academy Pee Dee (Homecoming) Clarendon Hall Carolina Academy Greenwood Academy

Site Away Away Home Home Away Home

Time 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Home Home Away

7:30 p.m 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m

W.W. King Academy (Senior Night) Richard Winn Academy


7:30 p.m.


7:30 p.m.

Headmaster- Jane Hunter, Eve Hogarth Head Coach - Curt Ott Assistant Coach Will Kearse

Assistant Coach Mike Johnson


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Head coach Eddie Ford, center, led the Allendale-Fairfax Tigers to a perfect 9-0 regular season record in 2012.

A-F Tigers to tackle ‘unfinished business’ MICHAEL YOUNG Sports Editor

The 2013 season is all about unfinished business for the Allendale-Fairfax High football team. Under the leadership of head coach Eddie Ford, the Tigers had a remarkable season last year. The Tigers went undefeated (9-0) and captured the region title before being upset by Whale Branch High in the opening round of the class A playoffs. “There’s definitely still a sour taste in our mouth of how we ended last season,” Ford said. “We lost several outstanding players to graduation,

Head Coach Eddie Ford College: Presbyterian

so we have to flop some players around.” Gone from last’s year lineup are Shrine Bowl safety Jahnari Devoe, North-South All-Star defensive tackle Devontay Moore, All-Region

quarterback Solomon McCormick and 1,000 yard rusher Jamaree Hartzog. This season, Ford will have to look for younger players to step up as he tries to replace six starters from last season. “We’ve had a good off season program and some of our younger players have really developed,” said Ford. “We’ve looked pretty good in scrimmages. Hopefully that success can continue into the season.” If the first two scrimmages are any indication, the Tigers shouldn’t miss a beat at quarterback with sophomore Will Ward at the helm. Ward shined in opening scrimmage against Williston-Elko High, passing for more than 150 yards and two

touchdowns. His blend of athleticism and arm strength will give the Tigers plenty of options at the position. The backfield is again solid with returner Brandon Jordan leading the way. Jordan is a shifty and powerful runner, who has the knack for pulling away from defenders in the open field. Last season, he ran for 1,133 yards, including a 167 yard outing Aug. 24 against Wade Hampton High. Joining Jordan in the backfield will be Kenneth Smith and Richard Garvin. Last season, the Tigers got a good performance from their offensive line as they paved the way for two 1,000 yard rushers. Look for that kind of productivity to continue this season with

four starters returning. Michael Taylor, an AllRegion candidate, has loads of potential because of an excellent frame and long arms. He plays to the whistle and rarely gets beat by a defender coming off the corner. On the opposite side, the Tigers will have Deon Priester at right tackle. Rounding out the offensive line will be Kadeem Smith at center and Tyres Creech and Raquan Brown at the guards. A talented group of pass catchers will be led by senior Denzel Washington. Washington’s 34 catches were tops in the region and several were very impressive. Washington catches passes in stride and at full See Tigers Page 18

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Tigers, continued from page 17 speed. He is explosive and capable of scoring on every touch. Others expected to play a significant part in the passing game includes Yosuf Jenkins, Justin Johnson and Jerome Polite Jr,. Defensively, the Tigers will run a 5-3-3 alignment. The unit will be led by upcoming inside backer Will Ward. Ward developed into one of the best linebackers in the region last season. Ward weaves his way through traffic well and takes good pursuit angles before delivering a jolting blow. He finished last season with 69 stops, including 12

for losses. Chareek Creech and Calvin Daniels will round out the linebacking unit. On the defensive front, Deon Priester and Kenneth Smith will be the ends. The tackles are Jerome Polite Jr., Raquan Brown and Deon Nix will be the nose guard. In the secondary, the Tigers will have Youshi Kirkland and Quindrell Williams at the corners. Denzel Washington will play free safety. On special teams, Will Ward will be the kicker and punter. The group of returners includes Denzel Washington, Brandon Jordan, Richard Garvin and Yosuf Jenkins.

2013 Allendle-Fairfax High School Varsity Football Schedule Date 8-23 8-30 9-6 9-13 9-20 9-27 10-4 10-11 10-18 10-25 11-1

Opponent Scott’s Branch Wade Hampton Midland Valley Edisto Bethune-Bowman (Senior Night) Denmark-Olar Open Estill Open Branchville (Homecoming) Whale Branch

Site Away Away Home Away Home

Time 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 pm. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.


7:30 p.m.


7:30 p.m.


7:30 p.m.


7:30 p.m.

Principal - Ron Youmans Head Coach - Eddie Ford

Michael Young/Sports Editor

Sophomore Will Ward, #2, steps in as the new starting quarterback for Allendale-Fairfax High this season.

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Allendale-Fairfax Tigers’ coaching staff

Assistant Coach Ronald Geohaghan College: S.C. State Univ.

Assistant Coach Herbert Love College: S.C. State Univ.

Assistant Coach Jerold Smart College: Newberry

Assistant Coach Joey Espinosa College: Furman

Assistant Coach Jermaine Robinson College: S.C. State Univ.

Assistant Coach Coby Brandyburg College: S.C. State Univ.

Assistant Coach Eddie Dixon College: Texas El Paso Univ.

Assistant Coach Jamie Downing College: Benedict

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