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Pizza Hut Red and White scrimmage May 16

For a chance to see what may be in store for Gamecock football fans in the fall, make plans to attend the Pizza Hut Red and White scrimmage Friday evening at Kelly Memorial.  
The first play in what will feature an offensive versus defensive format is scheduled for 6 p.m. and admission is free.
During the game, the local Pizza Hut will sell pizzas with part of the proceeds going to the Screven County High School athletic program.
After the disappointment of a 5-6 record this past fall along with the plethora of unanticipated problems placed on head coach Ron Duncan’s table, Roosters fans are anxiously awaiting Aug. 15 and the scrimmage with the AAAAA Effingham County Rebels at the local stadium.
How have things progressed the past two weeks in preparation for the events of the May 16 evening?  
“Things are going well,” answered Duncan. “We have close to 100 varsity candidates out every day with close to 40 of them being rising ninth graders.”
Duncan’s mention of ninth graders quickly leads to the question on nearly every fan’s mind, how are those vaunted eighth graders who helped the middle school win a region title doing?  
“They are very talented,” he explained. “There is a learning curve though. They are not going to just show up and move the older kids out. They have to be physically and emotionally ready … may not be the best in the bunch right now. Some of them will get thrown into the fire quickly and others we will treat with kid gloves.”
Offensively, Duncan says the team will “do what we are able to do and when the kids mature we will add more to our scheme,” pointing out that, “we have a lot of experience up front. Five of the six have started at least once in the past.”
Defensively, look for few changes as well. There is a lot of experience on the defensive side of the ball.
“We played a lot of kids on defense last year and they will have to step things up this year,” Duncan said.
Asked for an overall evaluation Duncan concluded, “Our attitude and work ethic is totally different from a year ago in a good way. Things have got to be ‘team first’ and the kids are really buying into it. We are developing what we have … some will grow up and some will not.”