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Hill glad to help Jefferson Dragons with punting, receiving

JEFFERSON - In a perfect world, Jefferson head coach Ben Hall would like to limit how much senior Dalton Hill drops back to punt. But Hall knows that when Hill does get his hands on the football, he's capable of dramatically shifting field position.

August 27, 2014 | By David Thackham dthackham@gainesvilletimes.com | Other North Georgia schools


Jefferson, Jackson County ready to renew rivalry

JEFFERSON - If you take a left out of Jackson County Comprehensive High School, cross over Highway 129 and make the first left on Memorial Drive, you will find yourself at Memorial Stadium - the home of the Jefferson High School Dragons.

October 21, 2010 | BY MATT MAUNEY For The Times | Other North Georgia schools


East Hall's Witt making right decisions on, off field

Jamond Witt has always been a pretty good decision maker.

October 06, 2010 | Adam Krohn | Other North Georgia schools


High school football notebook: Falcons producing same old results in new region

With its win Friday over defending 8-AAAA champions Apalachee at Falcon Field, Flowery Branch, as a new region member after eight seasons in 7-AAA, has placed itself in the discussion to be this year's region champ.

September 11, 2010 | Adam Krohn | Other North Georgia schools


High school football notebook: McIntosh has big night

Three touchdowns in one game is a good night for any football player. But when a player scores one each on offense, defense and special teams - like Lumpkin County's Ian McIntosh did in a 35-0 win over Riverside in Dahlonega - then it's a historic night.

August 28, 2010 | Adam Krohn | Other North Georgia schools


Battle of the Bridge

In Jackson County, on Jefferson Road, lies a bridge that runs over the North Oconee River. That bridge separates two high schools - Commerce and Jefferson - that are engaged in one of the richest football rivalries in the state.

August 26, 2010 | Adam Krohn | Other North Georgia schools


Countdown to kickoff: Who's gonna break through?

Virtually no team at any level in any sport, is where it wishes it was.

August 24, 2010 | Brent Holloway | Other North Georgia schools


Commerce ready for another run

A perennial playoff contender, the Tigers reached the postseason for the 13th straight season last year, but keeping that streak alive won't be easy for coach Steve Savage.

August 19, 2010 | Jonathan Zopf | Other North Georgia schools


Raiders hungry for return to playoffs

Habersham Central coach Stuart Cunningham said it's the Raiders' goal to return to the playoffs, somewhere they haven't been since 2007, when they won region and finished 11-2 under coach Gene Cathcart.

August 19, 2010 | Adam Krohn | Other North Georgia schools


Union County has pieces to replace

With Union County having lost 16 seniors and "85-90 percent" of its total offense, coach Brian Allison considers 2010 a rebuilding year for the Panthers.

August 19, 2010 | Adam Krohn | Other North Georgia schools


Banks County looking to rebound

After finishing 2008 at 6-5, the Leopards had high hopes for 2009 but a plague of injuries struck and the team only managed two wins.

August 19, 2010 | James Wolfe | Other North Georgia schools


Towns County returns with experienced group

Coach Kyle Langford has never shied away from giving young players a lot of time on the field.

August 19, 2010 | James Wolfe | Other North Georgia schools


Buford seeking fourth straight title

Perennial power Buford comes into this season as the three-time defending champions of Class AA and ranked No. 1 in the Georgia Associated Press preseason poll.

August 19, 2010 | James Wolfe | Other North Georgia schools


Panthers seeking steady growth

JEFFERSON - The 2010 season brings a change to the area that gave the Jackson County Panthers the most trouble last year - region play.

August 19, 2010 | By Matt Mauney Times regional staff | Other North Georgia schools


Tigers eye postseason

Dawson County hasn't had a winning season since 2005, when the Tigers finished 7-3. Since then, they haven't won more than three games in a season and went 1-9 last year.

August 19, 2010 | Adam Krohn | Other North Georgia schools


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