From an early age kids here learn how to work hard and are pushed by volunteers like long-
The junior high team, lead by TB/LB Willie Kennedy, has done well this year, too, losing only one game on their way to another region title. Coach Hilburn and Coach Brown have done an outstanding job with this group of young men. Coach
Offensively, this team was lead by Marquis Hamlin at QB. Jamie Howell leads the defense from his linebacking spot. The varsity team is simply a carry-over from all of these programs. From small fry to JV, each one is a crucial piece to the puzzle and Coach Boyd has been reaping the benefits of this for the past several years. "
My Role : TEAM GOAL" is the slogan for the 2002 version of the Silver Foxes and each one of the following young men have played their role this year superbly. Daniel Boyd(Jr) anchors the offensive line with Points Robinson(Jr) getting the bulk of the carries at tailback. Matthew Norris(Sr) has been a great leader this year at quarterback with his favorite Michael Hamiln(Jr) leading the team in receptions and yards. Jamie Mack(Sr, North All-Star) and Jeff Jeffords(Sr) cause havoc on the defensive, while Mario Mack(Jr) and Tiger Mcfadden(Sr) back them up at linebacker. The defensive backfield is a good one with Shane Howell(Jr), Michael Hamiln(Jr), Lequinn Ellerbee(Jr), and Cleshon Bess(Sr) all intercepting passes. The special teams are lead by Shrine Bowl selection Chris Windham, who averaged over 50 yards per punt against
Each victory this year has been a team effort with every piece neatly falling into place; and with the playoffs as long as they are, every coach knows he is just one or two injuries away from basketball season. Lamar has been lucky to stay, for the most part, injury free. I can't help but look back to the days when these kids were young, toughing out the laps and seemingly endless leg lifts, taking everything Shot could dish out; and attribute their resiliency to his dedication to the game. He feeds the football players and is a true "giver" to the community.
Every town needs people like this to take