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Hodgin addresses areas of concern

HCHS varsity football coach Stan Hodgin has several areas to address when the Comets participate in their first preseason scrimmage tomorrow afternoon in Lynchburg. The Comets will scrimmage Prince Edward High School in preparation for the season opener on Friday, Aug. 28, at Petersburg.

Comets open practice

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Palmore joins staff

Comets seek redemption

A possible two-man look at quarterback, with hints of a potentially explosive passing game coming this fall. Improved, more aggressive pass defense. And a new theme – redemption – for the 2009 season.

Comet football boosters to meet

The Comet Football Boosters will meet on Thursday, June 11, at 6 p.m. at the football stadium. Parents and friends of all rising 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th graders are urged to attend. Topics of discussion will include preparation for the upcoming football season. Our football team needs your support!

Jennings heading to Ferrum

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JENNINGS HEADED TO FERRUM – Comet football player Terrence Jennings has decided to play football at Ferrum University next season. From left, seated, Jennings’ dad, Robert L. Jennings; Jennings, his mom, Claire Jennings. Standing, HCHS football coach Stan Hodgin. (TWM Jr. photo)
Terrence Jennings will seek to take his gridiron game to Ferrum University next season. The Comet became the fourth local football player to announce his college choice. Ferrum’s announcement came Tuesday. Jennings, 5-9 and 230-pounds, said Ferrum was his first choice. “I liked the campus and the athletics and the football team,” said the Comet senior.

Football in search of defense

Even during the middle of the spring sports season, the HCHS varsity football staff has been busy working on ways to improve the Comet defensive performance this fall. HCHS, 3-7 a year ago, struggled to stop opposing defenses, especially in the rushing game. That area has gotten considerable attention in the off-season.

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