Oconee County High School head coach Travis Noland has never been to a state championship game.
The Region 8A Private All-Region team is littered with local players. It isn’t a surprise to those who have followed Class A Private high school football over the last few years.
I hopped out of my car in early August expecting to hear a bunch of, well, football practice noise. I pulled around the Oconee County High School fieldhouse still yawning from the early morning trek I’d made into Watkinsville.
Oconee County High School head coach Travis Noland was asked before the game if the Warriors were going to throw or run the ball ahead of the Warriors’ second round playoff matchup against Perry High School.
Max Johnson has been a household name since the seventh grade in the world of the recruiting rankings. Oconee County High School’s senior quarterback has known expectations since then.
I don’t get nervous. I’m Jeremy Johnson. I consider myself to be quite the tough guy. At least, that’s what I’ve been telling everyone for the last two years.
North Oconee High School senior Adam Weynand walked into Titan Stadium on Friday night with his mind set on being the bell cow for the Titans’ offense.