Counting down to the opening of the area high school football season

Article and photos courtesy of the Macon Telegraph –> Original Article Here

The high school season heats up Aug. 17-18 and then has a full week of games Aug. 24-25.

Here are The Telegraph’s video previews for the high school teams in Bibb, Houston, Peach, Jones, Monroe, Crawford and Twiggs counties.


Larry Harold likes what he has seen from the Chargers

The Chargers feel like they have adjusted to their new coaching staff


Oxford says his Covenant team is hungry

Farr excited about new Covenant offense

Crawford County

Greg Street is pleased with his team’s depth up front


Greg Moore is counting on his seniors

Dalton Cox ready for another big season with Vikings

Houston County

Ryan Crawford is enjoying transition to head coach

Trey Hill is ready to lead the Bears


Barney Hester is excited about the work the Huskies have put in

Jones County

Jones County continues to build winning tradition

Mary Persons

The Bulldogs’ roster is filled with inexperience

Mount de Sales

Keith Hatcher is optimistic about the Cavaliers


Ashley Harden says transition is going well

The Raiders trust the process with their new coaching staff


Kevin Kinsler says his players are adjusting to new roles

The Eagles have plans for Marcus Jolly

Peach County

Expectations are always high at Peach County


Kevin Smith looking forward to first season at Perry


Mark Daniel eyes improvement in second season with Hurricanes

Landon Miller is a quiet leader for Rutland


The Patriots have potential, confidence after strong 2016


Mark Farriba is taking a day-by-day approach with Eagles

Tobe Umerah focusing on senior season, not Stanford

Tattnall Square

Chance Jones and the Trojans aren’t thinking about 2016 success

Twiggs County

Zackery Harris thinks last year’s success will help Cobras


The Warhawks are a work in progress

Warner Robins

Mike Chastain sees exciting times in second season at Warner Robins

With Florida State commitment behind him, Armstrong excited about senior season


Jamey Watson looking for a bounceback season for Hornets


Football is a family affair with the Seminoles


Bill Beatty calls it a lifelong dream to be a head coach

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