Six Eagles spreading their wings for the next level

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Per Northside High School Head Football Coach Kevin Kinsler: “We kind of broke down the numbers. There are 405 football-playing high schools just in the state of Georgia. If you average it at about 25 seniors for each high school, that’s about 10,000 kids that are graduate as seniors. That’s 10,000 kids and if you say there about 47 states …

Eight Demons to make their mark at the college level

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Warner Robins High nearly needed stadium seating to accommodate for its National Signing Day honorees Wednesday. Eight Demons inked Letters of Intent to continue their education, as well as football exploits/accomplishments. “They set the standard,” Head Coach Mike Chastain said. “I mean this group has led this football team in a mighty way this year. They set the bar high. …

Perry’s JeCory Burks signs with Kennesaw State

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Perry High’s Je’Cory Burks signed a football scholarship with Kennesaw State during Wednesday’s National Signing Day. The 6-0, 165-pound defensive back helped lead the Panthers to a 5-5 record this past season. He joins an Owls team that finished 12-2 and fell in the FCS playoff quarterfinals. Burks, the son of YaTosha and Cory Burks, was a four-time National Honor …

Three HCHS Bears sign scholarships

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One was bowlegged. One was suffering from a serious lack of confidence and one had to wait in line – a long line. Wednesday on National Signing Day, all three signed college scholarships. Kiefer Askew, the one Houston County High School Defensive Coordinator/defensive backs coach Rod Harris said had “knees I think knocked together every time he walked down the …

Bears’ Trey Hill signs with Georgia

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Trey Hill made it official Wednesday. The Houston County High School student-athlete signed a Letter of Intent to continue his education and football career at the University of Georgia. Hill, tipping the scales at 330 pounds and playing offensive guard for the Bears, said during the team’s banquet the week prior, that the Bulldogs had won the day – mainly …