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Twiggs County High School


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Twiggs County High School


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spartannation.com

Twiggs County High School • Coach Dexter Copeland


www.macon.com [cached]

Twiggs County High School football coach Dexter Copeland was not at school Thursday but said he was upset by the news and worried about the impact it would have on the football program."It's definitely a black eye, but I don't know the particulars," Copeland said Saturday.The 6-foot-1, 260-pound offensive and defensive tackle has entertained a number of NCAA Division I offers to play college football, but was waiting to get his SAT scores up, Copeland said."It's bad for the community, for the school, the athletic program and for him," Copeland said."A young man with a bright future ahead of him, it's a shocker."Copeland declined to comment on Warren's role in the incident and expressed doubt about whether Shine is guilty."If he did it, I'm disappointed and hurt," Copeland said.


www.13wmaz.com

In a tough economic year, head football coach Dexter Copeland knows his guys could generate a bright spot for December.
"It would mean a lot to this town. We don't have a lot going on here, a lot of industry here, so one thing that people could be proud of is their football program. It would be one of the proudest moments in this town if we could win a State Championship," Copeland explained. Coach Copeland started wearing the black and gold in 2001. Since then, they've reached the quarterfinals twice. And he says folks around town continually ask him about the Cobras. "Biggest thing they ask me is, 'Are we going to win this Friday night?,' and my answer is always the same, 'I hope so,'" Copeland chuckled. Copeland's banking on their best. He says they'll need to get a little better tackling and blocking, but he figures his kids are focused. "Ever since the summer workouts in June, they've been talking about it," he recalled.


www.myrtlebeachonline.com [cached]

"It was hectic, to say the least," Twiggs County coach Dexter Copeland said.Leroy Hill, Keith Adams and Terry Kinard wore 43, and Copeland said Clay wants that honor.Copeland was the defensive coordinator in high school for Hill and former Georgia linebacker Odell Thurman."At this stage, Antonio's better," Copeland said."He's a whole lot bigger than both of those guys were coming out of high school.


www.macon.com

Head coach Dexter Copeland knew that his no-huddle offense might take a little time for his new football team, the Baldwin Braves, to figure out.


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