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Kile a state champ again

Elisabeth Kile of Screven County Elementary School claimed gold at the 2009 Special Olympics State Fall Games in Statesboro the weekend of Oct. 2-4.
Kile won the Division One Girls state championship for softball skills which consists of throwing, hitting, fielding and running bases.
This is Elisabeth’s second consecutive state title as she won state in basketball skills January 2009. The SCES student looks to defend her basketball title again in January in Marietta. 
Elisabeth was the lone SCES student to attend the games. Elisabeth is coached by her father Terry Kile of Newington.
Elisabeth and her father started training for the games when they attended Special Olympic camp in Atlanta during the summer. 
Terry Kile said he is proud of his daughter.
“She has worked hard to win this title,” Terry Kile said. “I hope that other Special Olympic athletes from the county will be able to attend these games and other special Olympic events that are held throughout the year in the state.
“My hope is one day, as a parent and coach, that all these athletes will attend these events and that we as a community will cherish these Special Olympic state titles as we do state titles in football, track and field, softball, baseball, and other sports,” he said. “These kids’ only chance to compete is at local Special Olympic Games.
“I know that funding is very low right now with the budget problems and this economy,” Terry Kile said. “But I hope one day that we as a school district will be able to pay a teacher as a coach to train these athletes and give all the kids in the county a chance to compete. They are truly remarkable athletes.”
Terry Kile said he would like to thank the Screven County Special Education Department for providing them with the information and contact numbers of people to talk with for the training to attend the games.
“I would also like to thank Brown Office Supply Company for getting Elisabeth a uniform and warm up suit for these games,” he said.