Former Dutchtown football standout Jordan Harrishf (Special Photo)

Dutchtown football alum Jordan Harris gets another chance at D-1 football

By Gabriel Stovall Jordan Harris’ college football career has just come full circle. The 6-foot-5, 335 pound offensive lineman took to Twitter to inform the world of his commitment to 2016 national runner up Alabama. #RollTide ⚪️ #4thChance — Jordan Harris (@Athleteofdayea) February 10, 2017 His hashtag #4thChance provides a suitable summary for

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PREP FOOTBALL: Community Christian’s Nash Boatwright reflects on season growth, signing day choice

By Gabriel Stovall STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. — Before Nash Boatwright signed his letter of intent to play football at West Georgia last Wednesday during National Signing Day, the highlight of his high school football career came during a particular moment on the field. It was toward the beginning of Community Christian’s Georgia Independent Christian Athletic

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From left, Marcell Gleaton, Ashton Hughes and Demarian "Pepe" Williams have catapulted the Knights to a hot start and high ranking. (PHOTO: Gabriel Stovall)

PREP FOOTBALL: Community Christian’s profile has risen drastically, thanks to a trio of ‘big school’ talent

By Gabriel Stovall STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. — Marcell Gleaton walks around the practice field at Community Christian as if he owns the place — and in a sense, he does. Not many players of Gleaton’s caliber can say they are homegrown Community Christian products. At 6-foot-3, 180 pounds, he looks the part of a potential

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Senior quarterback Reid Larsen will lead his Woodland squad into one of Georgia high school football's most hallowed settings Friday at Valdosta. (PHOTO: Jeff Hurndon Photograpy)

Woodland coach Steve Davenport wants to see how his team responds against one of Georgia’s ‘proudest programs’

  By Gabriel Stovall STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. — Steve Davenport is 2-for-2 on 7-3 seasons as head football coach at Woodland High School, which doesn’t seem bad, considering Woodland’s only had one other winning season since the program began in 2007. But that 2009 campaign when program-founding coach Scott Schmitt guided the Wolfpack to seven

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From left, North Clayton seniors Yaya Diary, Jaiquan Earls, Rayvon Kee, James Monroe and Anthony King, are the players first year coach Cap Burnett is looking to for leadership in 2016. (PHOTO: Gabriel Stovall)

PREP FOOTBALL: New coach Cap Burnett knows what North Clayton football success should look like

  By Gabriel Stovall COLLEGE PARK, Ga. — Cap Burnett knows exactly what it’s going to feel like, look like and sound like once North Clayton football is officially “back.” If you were around Twelve Oaks Stadium in Hampton back on November 1, 1997, you’ve got a reference point to what Burnett was talking

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Luella linebacker Keistone Lowery, left, and Luella AD James Roberts pose together during Luella's summer workout Tuesday. Lowery, a rising senior, will anchor the Lions defense in 2016. (PHOTO: Gabriel Stovall)

PREP FOOTBALL: Luella LB Keiston Lowery and coaches think Lions can ‘get over the hump’ in 2016

  By Gabriel Stovall LOCUST GROVE, Ga. — The talent has never been a problem. When you talk with Luella assistant football coach and new co-athletic director James Roberts, he’ll tell you as much. Then, in order to diagnose the reason why the almost always athletic Lions’ football program can’t seem to get over

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