2004 Football Preview
Class A - Region 6
After losing in the Dome last year on a last minute Lincoln County
TD, a lot of folks up in north Georgia still said that the Trion Bulldogs
were the better team…and they were extremely talented. Most of that talent
graduated and, even though he's an outstanding coach, Trion's Mark Loudermilk
will have an extremely difficult rebuilding job this season at 100 Bulldog
Boulevard but will have a playoff berth regardless. After a trip to the
quarterfinals in 2002, Coach Greg Ellis went through a rebuilding effort
with the Gordon Lee Trojans but should be back in the playoffs
this year and could battle Trion for the # 3 seed. The Temple Tigers
will be improved but probably won't improve their region standing.
Class A - Region 6
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