Storme Cooper and the Florence RedWolves arrived at Grayson Stadium on Thursday night and circling thunderstorms stayed away. And the show went on. Logan Mattix went deep twice, and the Savannah Bananas continued their mastery of Florence with a 6-3 victory before their 19th sellout crowd of the season. The Bananas broke out a new skit.
The first play of a recent 7-on-7 football passing drill might be a sign of things to come for Effingham County. Quarterback Jerid Stokes took the snap and lofted a pass toward the back corner of the end zone for wideout DeMario Gant, who out jumped the defender and came down with the ball. “(Gant) has a 35-inch vertical jump. It’s a good play,” said Rebels coach Buddy Holder after the four-team, jamboree-like event that included New Hampstead, Groves and Screven County at the ECHS practice field.
South Effingham’s Darius Scott begins his run for the long jump at a recent high school meet. The rising senior will compete in the AAU National Junior Olympics in the long jump and triple jump. (Special to Effingham Now). South Effingham’s Darius Scott gets good height during a triple jump. Scott set a county record with a leap of 47 feet, 2 inches and finished fourth in the triple at the Class 5A state track and field championships last May. (Special to Effingham Now).
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