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We know that high school football might be on the backburner as far as sports headlines go now, but it's time for Chiefland Indian fans to assemble and honor the accomplishments of the 2007 teams.
The football/cheerleading banquet will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 25, at the Tommy Usher Pineland Center.
More importantly, the deadline to purchase tickets is this coming Monday, Feb. 18.
The cost is just $10 for a choice of steak or chicken dinner. It will include baked potato, salad, roll, dessert and beverage.The meals are being whipped up by the QB Club Grill Masters.
Football players and cheerleaders are free.
Tickets can be purchased at the front office at Chiefland High.
Chiefland varsity ha a turbnaround season in coach Ajay Ulmer?s first season as head coach. The Indians won four games and began to build that winning attitude. With many players returning, the 2008 season looms even more promising.
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Chiefland grid coaches Ajay Ulmer, Mark Lundy and Brian Gore are fresh from attending the National Coaches Clinic in Atlanta.
"You always get good stiff," Ulmer said. "You pick up little things that make it worthwhile."
Ulmer said that the Indians'spring game is tentatively set for Friday night, May 23, at Fort White.
Williston is the Class 3A District 5 boys basketball champion.
The host Red Devils defeated P.K. Yonge in the final.
In the semifinals, Williston edged Newberry and P.K. ousted Dixie.
In the quarterfinals, Dixie beat Fort White and Newberry shaded Chiefland.
Williston advances in regional play against 8-16 Interlachen. Interlachen lost twice to Chiefland this season.
P,K, Yonge must travel to Union County.