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South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster's order for the closure of all state offices and public schools in 26 counties – including Aiken County – has had an effect on the scheduling of several high school sporting events.

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Vote for your favorite performance from Week 3 of the high school football season. The winner will receive a week's worth of Chick-fil-a of Aiken gift cards. The finalist are:

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In the fourth episode of the Aiken Standard's weekly football preview show we discuss this week's slate of games, which features several area teams making the trip to the Midlands. As always, we hand out Game Balls to Week 2's top performers and name the Chick-fil-A Fan Favorite Player of the Week.

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The North Augusta Yellow Jackets haven't made things easy the last two Friday nights, but they've found two different ways to come away with wins against their Georgia opponents.

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After waiting an extra week to finally kick off its football season, Fox Creek now has a quick turnaround ahead of Thursday night's game at C.A. Johnson.

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In the third episode of the Aiken Standard's weekly football preview show we discuss a big week of games, including the Barnwell, Silver Bluff rivalry matchup. As always, we hand out Game Balls to Week 0's top performers, name the Chick-fil-A Fan Favorite Player of the Week.

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It's a rivalry that has created some of the biggest moments in CSRA football. This season's version of the Silver Bluff vs. Barnwell showdown will have a bit of a throwback feel to it.

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There was a slight shake up in the S.C. Prep Media Football Poll after Week 1, but five area schools still remained ranked with two other area teams receiving votes.

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Midland Valley head coach Andrew Jenkins believes the first quarter of last Friday's game against Lakeside (Ga.) was more indicative of the Mustangs' brand of football.

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Of course there were nerves; what player wouldn't have them ahead of his first start as QB1? Head coach Dwayne Garrick calmed those by telling Craig Pender he would be a team captain for Barnwell's season opener against Williston-Elko.

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The 2018 football season got off to a fast start in Week Zero, with several strong offensive performances. Here are some of the area's top performers from Friday night:

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Following their season-opening thrashing of Williston-Elko, the Barnwell football team remained the No. 2 ranked Class AA team in the S.C. Prep Media Football Poll.

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NORTH AUGUSTA — They didn't make anything easy on him, but the quality win was more than worth the trouble for Brian Thomas.

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South Aiken weathered the storm early and shook off some of the mistakes that could be expected from a young team.

In the end, the youth caught up with them.

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