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Knights still have talent for another title run

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By Robert Hydrick - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Deerfield-Windsor saying goodbye to the school's all time leading rusher Tony Zenon who is now playing football at Georgia Tech.

The Knights believe they ground game will be still be formidable.

Head coach Allen Lowe believes the strength of this year's team will be their defense.


The Knights defense will be led up front by Walker Lanier and Jordan Funderburke and linebacker Rhett Cooper.

Senior Banks Kinslow is back at quarterback and the offensive line is experienced and has depth.

Davis Moore, Gaughf Ivey and Quentin Heard are ready to carry the football as the 2008 GISA State champs look to make a third straight trip to the AAA state championship game.


Allen Lowe said. "It will be a little bit different that is for sure but we have got some kids who have been waiting their turn. We are excited about what they can do. Neither one of them are Tony. We like what we have got."



Deerfield-Windsor opens the season at home against Sherwood Christian on August 27th.

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