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Monroe’s comeback falls short in loss to Perry

Perry wins season opener 21-14

It was Monroe’s first game since the graduation of four-year starting quarterback and former Herald Player of the Year Charles Stafford, and they struggled to move the ball early and then couldn’t punch it in the end zone late to force overtime.

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PREP ROUNDUP: Westwood storms back to beat SGA

Southwest Georgia Academy, Deerfield-Windsor and Terrell Academy all win their season openers on Friday, while Early County and Irwin County battle to a 7-7 tie.

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Monroe High School launches football only booster club

Group aims to push football team to greater heights

Monroe High launches football only booster club

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Fitzgerald spoils season opener for Worth County

Purple Hurricanes overcome 13-0 deficit with 27 unanswered points

Fitzgerald ran 23 third quarter plays and held the ball for all but 3:05 of the third quarter, wearing down a young Worth County defense that was up for the challenge.

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Sherwood loses OT battle with Abbeville Christian

The Eagles began their post-GISA life with a 20-13 loss to Abbeville Christian in Friday’s season opener.

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Replacing longtime quarterback starter Charles Stafford at Monroe a big question

Senior Willie Jones and sophomore Ulysses Williams battling for QB role

Monroe coach Charles Truitt said it will be hard to replace former quarterback Charles Stafford, the Albany Herald’s 2012 Player of the Year who passed for more than 11,000 yards and 100 touchdowns in his prep career. (ADDS: List of Monroe’s returning starters, top newcomers and 2014 schedule)

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After a first-round exit from the playoffs last season, Crisp Academy lost 12 seniors to graduation.

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Westover, Lee County game on ESPNU moved to 9 a.m.

Due to heat concerns, Saturday's season opener between Lee County and Westover -- which will air on ESPNU -- has been moved to 9 a.m. (UPDATED: 4:50 p.m.)

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Crisp County returns eight defensive starters from last season’s squad and two more - defensive backs Josh Felton and Demond Troup - who made several starts last year.

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Westover hopes strong defense will carry team

Patriots return six starters from stout 2013 unit

With six returning starters, a strong defensive line and a solid group of linebackers returning, Westover High School hopes to be even better this fall.

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The Cougars’ success this fall could hinge on DaJohn Williams, the team’s returning starting quarterback.

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Four-year starting quarterback Caleb McFather and Dynamite Dozen running backs Cornelius Bennett and Don Bolden are all gone at Randolph-Clay, but they left behind some big shoes to fill.

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Lee County opens season with new field, new region

Trojans' season opener will be on ESPNU

There’s no shortage of storylines for the 2014 Trojans, who open the season No. 2 in The Herald’s Fab 5 Poll and are still riding momentum from last year’s success. (ADDS: List of Lee County's returning starters, top newcomers and 2014 schedule)

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Albany High seeks to put past issues behind

Indians hope to cut down on blunders that cost them games

Last year, Albany High was good enough to play with the big boys of Region 1-AAAA – at least for the first three quarters – then small blunders would send a promising game spiraling downward, sometimes out of control. (ADDS: List of Albany’s returning starters, top newcomers and 2014 schedule)

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Westover Patriots begin season No. 1 in Fab 5 Poll

Patriots will meet No. 2 Lee County in opener on Saturday

Westover will begin the season at No. 1 and visit No. 2 Lee County Saturday in a nationally televised ESPNU game at 1 p.m. Coming in at Nos. 3-5 in the poll are Monroe, Bainbridge and Crisp County.