Archive For October 2009

Inside the Huddle with Walhalla’s Ryan McDonald

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Ryan McDonald is a senior linebacker for the Walhalla High School football team. Known for his calm and collected demeanor, McDonald leads the Razorbacks with 57 tackles this season, including 41 solo stops — 17 more than any other player on the team. McDonald is third on the team in tackles for loss (5) and is tied for the team lead with a pair of forced fumbles. This week, McDonald and the Razorbacks open region play at home against Liberty.

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Liberty at Walhalla: Who has the edge?

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A position-by-position breakdown of Friday’s game at Razorback Stadium.

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Lions begin quest for Western 3A three-peat

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Just because the Daniel High School football team has won the last two Western 3A region championships doesn’t mean head coach Randy Robinson is taking anything for granted, particularly when it comes to his opponent on any given Friday night.

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Daniel at Woodmont: Who has the edge?

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A position-by-position breakdown of Friday’s game in Piedmont.

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Employers give Oconee area workers high grades

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The vast majority of employers give Oconee County area workers high grades in productivity, reliability and positive approach to work.

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Warriors dive into region play headfirst

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In his first year coaching at West-Oak High School, head football coach Jay Brannon found out just how difficult the Western 3A region is.

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West-Oak at Belton-Honea Path: Who has the edge?

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A position-by-position breakdown of Friday’s game.

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2009 area statistics

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A look at the high school football statistics from around the area through Week 5.

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Gold rush: Spiking prices drive busy market

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A rush to cash in on spiking gold prices is keeping local jewelers and pawnshops busy.

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West-Oak fends off feisty Bobcat squad

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If the West-Oak High School volleyball team needed a fire lit under it to serve as a wakeup call, Seneca nearly torched the visiting Warriors on Wednesday night at Bobcat Gym.

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