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Psychrometer is the latest catchword in high school football, and it will be hard to find a football coach or trainer in the often sultry South who doesn’t have one.

There is no need for name tags for the Ridgeland High School softball team. There’s also no need to remind coach Scott Harden and his Lady Panthers that expectations are enormous.

Offenses ruled the day in Georgia Region 7-AAAA football a year ago, and with the quality of skill players back, scoreboards again will be plenty busy thi

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Role-playing isn't usually associated with football, but in Georgia Region 6-AAA, teams and players integrating into new roles is the major theme heading into the 2009 season.

CALHOUN, Ga. -- On the day Da'Rick Rogers announced his commitment to play football for the University of Georgia, he called himself a "knucklehead."

DALTON, Ga. — Many high school athletes in Jalen Fields’ situation would be in cruise mode right now.

CALHOUN, Ga. -- If Nash Nance wants to get a head start in dealing with the pressure of playing football in the Southeastern Conference, he'll get a taste this season.

Nermin Delic doesn’t remember much about Bosnia. His family left their war-torn native country when he was 6 years old.

LAFAYETTE, Ga. -- LaFayette's Dimitri Miles considers math his best subject in the classroom, but he solved his toughest and most important equation on the football field: He figured out that talent plus hard work equals college scholarship offers.

Buchanan eager to hit

Ridgeland linebacker intends to show recruiters even more

DeVaughn Buchanan knows he'll play football on Saturdays someday. When you're an athletic 6-foot, 200-pound tackling machine, recruiters tend to take notice.

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