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This past Friday, Georgia Public Broadcasting went down south to the city of Moultrie Georgia to webcast one of the biggest games this season of Friday Night Football. It was the Lowndes Vikings...
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Kell High School first opened its doors in August 2002 and has had a substantial amount of new student growth since then. Aside from football, Kell offers numerous sports and award winning...
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