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  • Q&A with Bradford QB/DB Shawn Aaron

    Q A with Bradford QB DB Shawn Aaron

    Q: What have you done this summer to prepare for the upcoming season?

  • Q&A with Bradford RB/LB Jameaze McNeal

    Q A with Bradford RB LB Jameaze McNeal

    Q: Favorite offensive play to run?
    A: Bootleg pass. They send me out in the flat. When they put it in my hands I feel like I am Super Man.

  • Q&A with Bradford DL Greg Ruise

    Q A with Bradford DL Greg Ruise

    Q: What teammate does the best coach impersonation?
    A: Vincent Brown. He does a good Bobby Johns impersonation. He's a comedian.
    Q: Which college football team has the best chance to play for a national championship?

  • Q&A with Bradford OL/DL Johnny Hernandez

    Q A with Bradford OL DL Johnny Hernandez

    Q: Least favorite part of practice?
    A: Probably individual practice. I like the team practice.

  • Q&A with Bradford QB/LB Chance Oody

    Q A with Bradford QB LB Chance Oody

    Q: What teammate would win an eating contest?
    A: Jamarian McNeal (Jameaze's brother). He's always asking the coaches and players for food. He's a big guy.
    Q: Toughest school/stadium to play at as a member of the visiting team?

  • Q&A with Bell RB/S Brandon Thomas

    Q A with Bell RB S Brandon Thomas

    Q: Biggest rivalry game you are looking forward to this season?
    A: Trenton. They have always been a rival to us.
    Q: What is your favorite team to use when you are playing NCAA Football?
    A: Florida.

  • Q&A with Bell RB/DB Randy Oslanger

    Q A with Bell RB DB Randy Oslanger

    Q: Person who inspires you the most and why?
    A: My older brother, James. He always pushes me to do better.
    Q: Where is the best place to eat in Bell?
    A: Akins Bar-B-Q. I usually get a Philly Cheesesteak.

  • Q&A with Bell RB/LB Jacob Floyd

    Q A with Bell RB LB Jacob Floyd

    Q: Which football player did you pretend to be when you were younger?
    A: Peyton Manning.
    Q: Toughest school/stadium to play at as a member of the visiting team?
    A: Hawthorne.

  • Q&A with Bell OL/DL Austin Aderholt

    Q A with Bell OL DL Austin Aderholt

    Q: What have you done this summer to prepare for the upcoming season?
    A: Worked out.
    Q: Which teammate would win an eating contest?
    A: Nick Polk.
    Q: Favorite part of practice?
    A: Hitting drills.

  • Q&A with Bell OL/DL Chance Rolling

    Q A with Bell OL DL Chance Rolling

    Q: What was the greatest sports moment that you had either participated in or seen happen?
    A: Going to the state playoffs.
    Q: Do you or your team have a pre-game ritual?
    A: Jacob Floyd leads us in prayer.

  • Q&A with Bell coach Joey Whittington

    Q A with Bell coach Joey Whittington

    We asked Bell coach Joey Whittington some questions about the upcoming football season.

  • Prep Pulse: DiBernardo eager to help Eagles improve

    Oak Hall’s new football coach Matt DiBernardo believes his best opportunity to make an impact is at the high school level.

  • 2015 team by team football schedules

    2015 team by team football schedules

    Complete fall football schedules for all 24 area high schools. Season kicks off on Aug. 28.

  • P.K. Yonge baseball coach resigns after one year

    Conrad Flynn informed his P.K. Yonge baseball team Thursday night he has resigned as coach after one season, in which the Blue Wave went 7-17.

  • Plenty of area players named all-state

    Plenty of area players named all state

    Twenty one area softball players, 11 in Class 1A, were selected first team all state by Miracle Sports, which released list of all eight classifications on Wednesday.

  • Gainesville Juniors Elite 17 capture AAU title

    Gainesville Juniors Elite 17 capture AAU title

    Gainesville Juniors 17 Elite captured the AAU Junior National Volleyball Club title on Tuesday, knocking off Sky High 17 Red of Crystal Lake, Ill., in straight sets.

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