Jim Bob Bryant, preparing for his first season as North Augusta High School's head football coach, reached a milestone June 22, running dozens of his aspiring players through a workout on their home turf for their first time under his guidance. The Yellow Jackets, with "social distancing" in mind, were divided into small groups — with no helmets, pads or footballs in sight — and challenged to put their speed, quickness and agility to the test.
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