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Buckeyes scrimmage Whitehouse here this evening

The Gilmer Buckeyes and the Whitehouse Wildcats will get started at no later than 5:30 p.m. at Buckeye Stadium. Varsity may begin as early as 6:30 or as late as 7, so get there early to see all the teams in action.

Whitehouse is ranked No. 6 in 4A and Gilmer is ranked No. 3 in 3A, according to the Associated Press Preseason High School Football Poll released yesterday.

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Mirror Photos / Mary Laschinger Kirby<br>
THE 14TH ANNUAL “Meet the Buckeyes” pep rally was held at Buckeye Stadium last Saturday evening. Head Coach Jeff Traylor leads his team out onto the field at upper left. Next, he talks about his seniors. Those visible include, from left, Ardarius Johnson, Pablin Olivares, Tanner Barr, Harrison Foster, Garrett Parish and Jaidon Parrish. The complete group is seen next. After that, Kris Boyd (21) waves to the crowd as he and his brother Demarco (22) are introduced. Finally, the cheerleaders demonstrate for the crowd a new tradition at this fall’s games as Buckeye fans in the stands are to grab hands and create a wave back and forth. Be sure and come to Buckeye Stadium Friday to witness the scrimmages with Whitehouse. Scrimmages begin at 5:30 p.m.
Mirror Photos / Mary Laschinger Kirby
THE 14TH ANNUAL “Meet the Buckeyes” pep rally was held at Buckeye Stadium last Saturday evening. Head Coach Jeff Traylor leads his team out onto the field at upper left. Next, he talks about his seniors. Those visible include, from left, Ardarius Johnson, Pablin Olivares, Tanner Barr, Harrison Foster, Garrett Parish and Jaidon Parrish. The complete group is seen next. After that, Kris Boyd (21) waves to the crowd as he and his brother Demarco (22) are introduced. Finally, the cheerleaders demonstrate for the crowd a new tradition at this fall’s games as Buckeye fans in the stands are to grab hands and create a wave back and forth. Be sure and come to Buckeye Stadium Friday to witness the scrimmages with Whitehouse. Scrimmages begin at 5:30 p.m.
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