I'd always thought that a subdivided region for football in Region 7-AAA wasn't the most efficient model to follow. Using last year as an example, it's clear that the four best teams weren't sent to the state playoffs. That, and it essentially makes games in the first half of the season irrelevant.
Tail-ler Jones didn't just have a breakout performance at wide receiver for Gainesville in its 55-12 win against North Hall on Friday night, but he also set a new school record. Jones, a Stanford University commit, caught 10 passes for 239 yards and four touchdowns, including a pair of scores in the first six minutes, to establish a new single-game mark for the top-ranked Red Elephants (4-0).
OAKWOOD - Dominating up front, out wide and down the field, the White County High football team used its strength and big-play ability to get back on a winning track Friday with a 36-7 victory over West Hall in Oakwood.
September 18, 2009|
By Ryan Smith