2007 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL ARCHIVE
 • Rewind: Loss hurt, but senior not sore
 • Jaguars fall short in bid for another title
 • ECI downs Warren
 • Lincoln can't hold early lead
 • See all Week 15 results

In our final show of 2007, we look at how each of The Chronicle's Dream 16 players performed this season.
We talk with the Jaguars of Thomas Jefferson Academy, plus the sports writers predict the fates of Warren County and Lincoln County.
The Blitz travels to Warren County, where the Screaming Devils will play Jefferson on Friday.
We hit the practice field with the Thomson Bulldogs, the area's only undefeated public school.
Butler High hasn't had a victory since 2005. Meet six Bulldogs who still play to win.
Our Halloween episode spotlights scary good Strom Thurmond quarterback Aramis Hillary.
We travel to Lincoln County and talk with coach Larry Campbell.
We talk with the Evans Knights about their 6-0 start and the road ahead.
We talk with the undefeated Cross Creek Razorbacks -- their 5-0 start is the best in team history.
Mid-season Report: We highlight the top five players in each of five categories.
Meet the CSRA's leading tackler, Jamal Davis of South Aiken.
Thomas Jefferson's Derrick Mathis has six colleges interested in him, and he's only a junior.
We check in with injured Westside quarterback Sanders Cummings.
Why can't Columbia County football teams make the playoffs?
New Laney head coach Lemuel Lackey talks about his team, and Chronicle sports writers predict more trouble for Aiken.
We focus this week on Jefferson County's A.J. Harmon, aka Flight 75, the nation's top offensive guard according to Rivals.com.
We kick off our new weekly webcast with candid thoughts from coaches Larry Campbell (Lincoln County) and Eric Parker (Burke County) on their teams.
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