MACON — Leaders set the example, even when they’re a little dinged up.
Through four games, Cole Newman and Drew Pearson haven’t had much time off to heal the assortment of nagging ailments and bumps and bruises they have acquired in a series of nail-biting victories.
MACON — Ronnie Sciple isn’t going to have many lives left if the Central Academy football team continues its high-wire act.
Three weeks into the 2011 season and the Vikings have showed impeccable timing and an ability to wiggle their way out of dire situations to earn victories.
MACON — The 2011 season is only two weeks old, but Central Academy football coach Ronnie Sciple already has enough gray hair.
Sciple doesn’t want any more, so he hopes the Vikings can shake their penchant for late-game heroics at 7 tonight when they take on Delta Academy.
MACON — The Central Academy football team capitalized on a key turnover and scored on a broken play to take the lead and hold on for a 24-22 victory against Calhoun Academy on Friday night in its home opener.
MACON — You’ll have to excuse Ronnie Sciple if he prefers to discuss how his team finished its season opener.
The Central Academy football coach didn’t care very much for the first three quarters of the Vikings’ game against Calvary Christian last week.