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Football’s return brings 2022 magazine

For the past few weeks, we – with significant contribution from sports writers Brannon King and Bart Moss and cooperation from school personnel – have been putting together our annual football magazine. Now, the fruit of our labor is finally available to the public, having hit shelves this past week.

This is a big job every year, trying to make sure we have the correct information on schedules and players for each Franklin County high school football team and associated groups.

As is the case every year and with every product, we put our all into this year’s magazine – and we hope it will bring smiles to a lot of faces.

Whether you’re a Golden Tiger or a Red Bay Tiger, whether you shout for the Bobcats or the Wildcats or the Red Devils, we’ve got it all covered in this special edition.

Maybe football isn’t your jam, but you have a grandchild, neighbor or fellow church member who is a cheerleader, twirler or part of the band. Maybe you know the coach. Maybe you’re a local alum.

The point is, we all have a reason to support our local teams as they take the field this season.

Don’t miss out on the chance to get in on all the high school football fun, from pep rallies and parades to halftime shows to concession stand goodies.

As with most things, you’ll get out of it what you put into it.

We hope you’ll make this year’s magazine part of the festivities. If you need some extra copies to share, we have plenty available at our office in downtown Russellville, and you can also find the digital version online – just visit our Facebook page to find the link or enter https://issuu.com/franklinco/docs/football-web into the URL bar.

Happy football season!

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