2008 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL ARCHIVE

Event honors area football stars, coaches 4-A All-region team Eight area players selected All-State
2008 All-area Georgia schools
Michaux: Wilkes County board shouldn't have pushed out Morgan
Turnover in coaches up in football
Top college kicker, Guy work Thomson camp
The face of a program
Independent Coach of the Year:
Unbeaten mark not what Morris cherishes most
S.C. Player of the Year:
Bush a stalwart on one of the state's top units
Georgia Coach of the Year:
Hughes turns it around
Georgia Player of the Year:
Discovering his niche


 • Sisters in spirit

Knights sunk in first round by turnovers
Early hole too big for Hornets to overcome
Rebels lose 'heart-breaker'
 • Mustangs run out of steam
 • Welsh answers critics
 • Season ends for Bulldogs
 • Rebels hold back powerful offense
 • Burke reaches second round
 • Red Devils breeze past Redskins
 • Week 12 Roundup
 • See all Week 12 results

 • PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Maurice Brown (Strom Thurmond)












The electricity they're capable of producing on the field sets 16 powerful area players apart.Plus: Watch extended interviews with the players.

 • Pippin 'proud' to have support of community
 • Hephzibah: Rebels have cause to be optimistic
 • Cross Creek aims to build on big year
 • Outside help has Aquinas invigorated
 • Jefferson County: Warriors control own destiny in region
 • Thomas Jefferson Academy: Mathis leads class looking for state title
 • Josey: Coach cites team attitude as strongpoint for Eagles
 • Laney faces brutal schedule in region loaded with talent
 • Glenn Hills: Junior QB runs senior dominated offense
 • Westside: Patriots ready to begin a new era
 • Harlem: Hill leads way for young Bulldogs
 • Richmond Academy: Team's losing streak looms large
 • Augusta Christian: New QB trying to ease into his role
 • Burke County: Bears' strength of schedule rises with expectations
 • Lakeside: New region, same talent lifts Panthers' confidence
 • Greenbrier: Trio will attempt to fill quarterback void
 • Evans: Success from last season has Knights' confidence sky high
 • Strom Thurmond: Coach tries to keep Rebels focused
 • South Aiken: Young squad tackles how to close out tight games
 • Aiken: Senior leaders key to Hornets' hopes
 • Midland Valley: Putting up points not an issue for Mustangs

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