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6A Up For Grabs

Trey McDaniel - Sunday, September 8, 2013 - 9:28pm

If you took a look at the landscape in Georgia’s highest classification before the season, then perhaps you noticed what I noticed: the potential parody entering 2013. We’re now three weeks into the season and that...

The Buford student section rocked bright neon get-ups as they cheered their Wolves onto a Week One victory against Elbert County

Why Wait For The Playoffs?

Grace Olson - Friday, September 6, 2013 - 8:18am

The high school football playoffs, especially those in the South, are understatedly an exciting time of year for loyal alumni, fans, parents, students, athletes, school administration, bands, cheerleaders and everyone...

The Packers traveled to Hoover, AL for for a Week 2 matchup pitting No. 1 Colquitt County against Alabama's No. 1 Hoover Bucs

Early Season Schedule Not For Wimps

Trey McDaniel - Thursday, September 5, 2013 - 10:24am

In case you haven’t noticed, the trend in recent years has shifted when it comes to early season scheduling. In the past, many teams would schedule teams from lower classifications or beatable teams from their own...

Gainesville Quarterback Deshaun Watson is taken down by a tackle on a carry.

A Clash Of Titans

Mark Harmon - Wednesday, September 4, 2013 - 9:21am

This week's featured GPB high school football game is one I circled at the beginning of the year, hoping GPB Sports would get the chance to televise this matchup between two state champions and two number-one ranked...

North Gwinnett punter Brad Harvey sets things in motion versus Grayson

Will High Standards Set Early Prove Teams Contenders..Or Just Pretenders?

Tommy Palmer - Tuesday, September 3, 2013 - 12:17pm

The Prep football season is in full swing and there are some familiar names in the Top Ten polls. There are many polls across the state and obviously, early in the season, it is hard to get a handle on which teams...

Shockers And Surprises Highlight First Full Week Of High School Football Season

Jon Nelson - Monday, September 2, 2013 - 3:39pm

For some it was Game One, for others it was Game Two… But there were plenty of surprises that went down around the state… You can start with Pebblebrook knocking off Southwest DeKalb, Macon County beating Dooly County...

Young Grayson fans cheer on their Rams with a front row view.

Can You Feel That #SpiritWorthSharing?

Grace Olson - Thursday, August 29, 2013 - 9:26pm

The 2013 Corky Kell Classic has already spent a week in the books…can you believe it!? For those of you who were beyond ready to get "America's favorite game" back on the big screen, what better way to reacquaint...

The Football Fridays All-Access Pass Pre-Game show will feature delicious recipes you'll want to try out for yourself!

Football Friday Fun Returns!

Mark Harmon - Wednesday, August 28, 2013 - 11:45am

Football Fridays, here we go!!! After watching ten great teams in five very entertaining games at the Corky Kell Classic on Saturday, we shift gears and get ready for the debut of GPB's Football Fridays in Georgia,...

The Colquitt County Packers proved Region 1-AAAAAA is alive well with a win over the Grayson Rams in the Corky Kell Classic.

Week One Shockers Spark Intriguing Start To The High School Football Season

Tommy Palmer - Tuesday, August 27, 2013 - 7:40pm

Week one of the high school football season is in the books and needless to say, there were some shockers all across the state. First and foremost was the 55-0 loss by Norcross to Booker T. Washington High School out...

The Peachtree Ridge Lions carry the ball on the their way to a victory over the Walton Raiders.

Corky Kell Classic Teams Make Strong Statements With Kickoff Performances

Jon Nelson - Tuesday, August 27, 2013 - 10:46am

The first weekend of the 2013 season created a lot of conversation for our “Football Fridays.” I know our readers in South Florida and North Florida are looking at the contests at Norcross High School with a lot of...

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