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Chain Crew Of The Week

Chain crews play an important role in the support of high school football in Mississippi. The MHSAA thanks these individuals and our MHSAA partner Mississippi Farm Bureau for their contributions to member schools.

Neshoba Central chain crew

The MHSAA salutes chain crews who play an important role in high school football in Mississippi. Members of the chain crew at Neshoba Central are, from left, Trevor Stovall (sub), Ken Wright, Hunter Stovall, Steve Stovall, and Mark Cheatham.

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Magee Chain Crew

Magee High School is proud to recognize the chain gang crew that works the sidelines for all Trojan home games. Pictured left to right are David “Weeman” Williamson, Billy Lofton, Paul Arnold, Xavier Hayes, Ronnie McDonniel, and Curtis Hayes.

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Philadelphia chain crew

The MHSAA salutes chain crews who play an important role in high school football in Mississippi. Members of the chain crew at Philadelphia High School are, from left, Greg Nowell, David Byars, Mike Tinsley and Steve Breland.  

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Columbia Chain Crew

The MHSAA salutes chain crews who play an important role in high school football in Mississippi. Members of the chain crew at Columbia are, from left, Jay Rayborn, Eric Lucas, Mitch Holmes, and Eric Speights.

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Germantown Chain Crew

The MHSAA salutes chain crews who play an important role in high school football in Mississippi. MHSAA Executive Director Don Hinton (center) is pictured here with the chain crew at Germantown, from left, Matt Hicks, Christian Carter, Lindy Calhoun and Scott Wilkerson.

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Oak Grove Chain Crew

The MHSAA salutes chain crews who play an important role in high school football in Mississippi. Handling duties for Oak Grove are, from left, Gary Shows, Tom Brock, Joe Terrill, Carl Fortenberry, Jerry Head, Rod Guerico and Wayne Ross

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Cleveland Central Chain Crew

The MHSAA salutes chain crews who play an important role in high school football in Mississippi. Handling duties for Cleveland Central are, from left, Courtney Wilson, Marcus Calhoune, Charles Sampson, and Henry Carpenter.

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Ocean Springs Chain Crew

The MHSAA salutes chain crews who play an important role in high school football in Mississippi. MHSAA Executive Director Don Hinton (center) is pictured here with the chain crew at Ocean Springs (from left) are: Donald Batia, Mike Lingdale, Mark Steer and Toni Genarrelie.

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