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Bandys' Gilliam healthy, awaiting baseball season

January 17, 2012

Nearly three months to the day his pick-up truck rolled three times in a ditch near Balls Creek Road, Jackson Gilliam is looking forward to spring baseball season.

Gilliam, a 5-foot-11-.inch junior at Bandys, suffered damage to his vertebrae, right hip, shoulder blade and face, and suffered from a concussion, internal bleeding and a collapsed lung from the accident.

The outlook on his health was fair, at best.

“He wasn’t supposed to be released from anything for three months of the date of the accident,” said Jackson’s mother, Janet.

55 candidates apply in Maiden coaching search

January 17, 2012

The application process in the search for the next Maiden football coach ended Friday, with about 55 candidates applying for the position, according to assistant AD Butch Parker.

“We’ve got some quality candidates,” Parker said Friday before the Blue Devils’ home wrestling match against Bunker Hill.

According to a source, the list of rumored names who applied for the position includes:

• Doug McRee, a long-time Bandys assistant coach and current three-year member of the Maiden coaching staff.

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