Riley Blampied, granddaughter of Douglas resident and retired school principal George Blampied, was recently selected to the USA Select Elite All-American Team for the Class of 2016. Riley, a freshman at Crisp County High School, is currently being recruited by several Division-I programs and has several scholarship offers. She is expected to make a verbal commitment this Fall. Riley is pictured above with her grandfather George. –Photo by Walter Jardine, Enterprise Sports Editor
The Coffee High School Trojans Football tab is now available. Purchase one online in the Wednesday, August 31, 2016, edition or you can purchase one on the rack or come by The Douglas Enterprise office. Coach Walter Jardine and the staff at The Douglas Enterprise support the Coffee High School Trojans and say 'GO TROJANS!" We you hope you have an amazing year!
The Coffee High School Trojans moved to 2-0 this past Friday night, August 26, with a 21-20 come from behind road win over the Brunswick High Pirates. Coffee trailed for much of the game but rallied for two fourth quarter touchdowns to pull off the win. Coffee sophomore Milton Jackson is pictured above diving into the endzone for the game-winning score on a TD pass from Max Hughes. Jackson also broke the Trojans’ singles game record for catches with 13 on Friday. Coffee plays Ware this Friday in Waycross. –Photo by Walter Jardine, Enterprise Sports Editor
The Coffee High School Trojans had a very successful debut this past Friday night, August 19, in Statesboro, defeating Effingham County 41-13 in the Erk Russell Classic. Coffee RB Demetrius Davis (pictured above) scored three touchdowns, Max Hughes tossed two touchdown passes, and the Coffee defense recorded six sacks. Coffee will be on the road again this Friday when they play the Brunswick High Pirates. –Photo by Walter Jardine, Enterprise Sports Editor