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Saturday, August 14
GRADY & KNOX BAGGETT WEBSITE

This website is dedicated to Grady & Knox Baggett.  They graduated Summa Cum Laude from Bethel College, (now Bethel University), McKenzie, TN in May 2008.  They were also named to Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges for 2008.  In the Fall of 2013, their 6th year of coaching football, they will be assistant coaches at York Comprehensive High School in York, SC.  Knox is slated to be Offensive Coordinator and will coach QBs.  Grady is slated to be Special Teams Coordinator and will coach Wide Receivers.  Knox will help with Wide Receivers also. 

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Saturday, November 23
Cougars finish season at 10 - 3 losing in 2nd round of playoffs




Sunday, November 17
Cougars move to 10 -2 winning in first round action at Greenwood. Win sets up 2nd round re-match with Northwestern Trojans




Monday, November 11
Cougars finish regular season, enter playoffs with 9-2 record




Monday, November 4
Cougars skid to 8-2.




Sunday, October 27
York falls to 8-1


Saturday, October 19
Cougars sitting at 8 - 0




Monday, October 14
Cougars pick up win #7


Saturday, October 5
Cougars now 6-0, 2-0 in Region 3




Saturday, September 28
York Moves to 5 - 0




Tuesday, September 24
Cougars face Rock Hill as SC Region 3 AAAA race begins




Tuesday, September 24
York players garner all Tri-County awards after defeating Keenan




Saturday, September 21
Cougars improve to 4 - 0




Monday, September 16
Cougars move into Top 10 after defeating Gaffney




Saturday, September 14
York defeats defending Big 16 State Champions Gaffney Indians to run record to 3 -0 on the season




Saturday, September 7
Cougars move to 2 - 0 after winning barn burner at Boiling Springs!




Monday, September 2
Cougars 1-0 after defeating Chester; Travel to Boiling Springs 9/6/13




Wednesday, August 14


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Monday, August 12
The 2013 York Comprehensive High School (York, SC) Varsity Football Team and Coaching Staff



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Thursday, August 1
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Grady Wilson Baggett is ready to watch the Cougars play!

Wednesday, July 31
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Wednesday, July 31
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Monday, July 29
Cougar football reloads as fall approaches



Cougar football reloads as fall approaches

- genegraham@comporium.net

YORK -- 

With the 2013 high school football season less than a month away, York Comprehensive High School head football coach Bobby Carroll is keenly aware of the challenges.

The Cougars lost nine defensive starters to graduation and five to six from the offensive unit. Still, Carroll feels the Cougar football program can absorb the losses.

The YCHS head mentor relies on the jayvee, ninth-grade and middle school programs to build for the future. “You can count on losing as many as 25 players a year to graduation,” said Carroll. “We have a progression.”

With preseason practice slated to begin the morning of Aug. 2, Carroll has been pleased with the players’ commitment.

“We’ve had a tremendous offseason,” Carroll said of ongoing weight lifting and conditioning as well as 7-on-7 drills in and about the Upstate.

“The numbers are what we expected them to be in the offseason,” he said. “A lot of families are on vacation this time of year.”

Carroll noted that next week is a dead period for fall sports teams across the state as determined by South Carolina High School League guidelines. “Our kids will devote their time to conditioning and weight lifting next week,” said Carroll.

The Cougar head coach points to Thursday, Aug. 1 as a big day for the Cougar football program.

“We will have our parents’ meeting and family cookout Aug. 1 at 6 p.m. in the YCHS cafeteria,” Carroll said. “The York Touchdown Club will meet. There will be other organizational meetings that day.”

Friday, Aug. 2, will be first day of preseason practice for the Cougar football program.

The varsity and jayvee players report to practice at 9 a.m. Aug. 2. Ninth-grade football participants will report to practice the morning of Wednesday, Aug. 7 for preseason practice.

The first scrimmage for the Cougars will be at 10 a.m. Aug. 10 at Richland Northeast.

Cougar fans will get a sneak preview of the coming season when Gastonia Ashbrook visits the YCHS stadium for a 6 p.m. scrimmage on Aug 13.

A big treat for Cougar fans is the much-anticipated Bank of York Preseason Scrimmage to be Aug. 16 at the YCHS stadium.

The game-type scrimmage, which draws a big crowd each year, will have the Cougars pitted against the Union County Yellow Jackets.

“We appreciate the Bank of York’s willingness to sponsor this event each year,” said Steve Boyd, athletic director at York Comprehensive High School. “The fans look forward to it.”

The Cougars open regular-season play Aug. 23 at home against longtime rival Chester and have a rare open date the next Friday, Aug. 30.

Next will be a road game at Boiling Springs on Sept. 6 at 7:30 p.m.

A four-game home swing begins with perennial power Gaffney on Sept. 13, with Keenan visiting York for a Sept. 20 game.

Region 3-AAAA competition begins versus the Rock Hill Bearcats Sept. 27 .

Fort Mill closes out the four-game home stand with an Oct. 4 homecoming game at the stadium. All 2013 Cougar football games have 7:30 p.m. starts.

After an Oct. 11 region game at Lancaster, the Cougars return home to face Nation Ford on Athletic Hall of Fame Night.

The York School District One Hall of Fame recognizes former athletes representing York Comprehensive High School, Jefferson High School and the former Hickory Grove and Sharon high schools.

The Cougars close out the 2013 season in style, traveling to Northwestern Oct. 25 before hosting South Pointe in a region showdown Nov. 1.

The YCHS football team will travel to Clover Nov. 8 to close out the regular season against rival Clover and first-year head coach Chad Smith in a Blue Eagle Country showdown.



Monday, July 29
2013 Schedule


Monday, July 29
York Varsity Coaching Staff 2013


Monday, July 29
York Athletics.org




Tuesday, December 4
Cougars Ready To Reload for 2013




Thursday, August 9
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Grady Wilson is ready to watch the Cougars play!

Thursday, August 9
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Knox and Grady August 2012

Thursday, August 9
Video of York Comprehensive High School, York SC Football Stadium




Thursday, August 9
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Saturday, December 17
Grady Wilson Baggett - Born 11/13/11



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Knox & Cheryl Baggett

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Grady & Courtney Baggett

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Football GAs At Alcorn State University - July 2008
Thursday, July 24
FOUR YEARS OF HARD WORK PAYS OFF WITH THREE CONSECUTIVE CONFERENCE TITLES


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Wednesday, April 23
GRADY AND KNOX NAMED TO 2008 NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION HAMPSHIRE HONOR SOCIETY (Click here to see the list of honorees)



NFF Announces 2008 Hampshire Honor Society
DALLAS, April 9, 2008 - The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF) announced today the members of the 2008 NFF Hampshire Honor Society, which is comprised of college football players from all divisions of play who each maintained a 3.2 GPA or better. A total of 441 players from 227 schools qualified for membership in the society’s second year, an increase of more than 25 percent from the inaugural class in 2007.

“It’s a privilege to a part of this initiative,” said Florida State President and NFF Hampshire Honor Society National Advisory Committee Chairman Dr. T.K. Wetherell. “I am pleased to see the strong membership growth that NFF Hampshire Honor Society produced in its second year. I would encourage coaches at all levels to tap the competitive spirit of their teams and promote membership and academic performance as a point pride among their players.”

The NFF Hampshire Honor Society capitalizes on the NFF’s current National Scholar-Athlete program, greatly expanding the number of scholar-athletes the NFF can recognize each year and further strengthening its leadership role in encouraging academic performance by the student-athletes who play football at the more than 700 college and universities with football programs.

“Thanks to the generosity of The Hampshire Foundation, the National Football Foundation is extending its reach as a pioneer in the promotion of the scholar-athlete ideal with the NFF Hampshire Honor Society,” said NFF President & CEO Steve Hatchell. “We strongly believe that football is unique in its ability to foster academic achievement in our young people, and this year’s class contains countless examples of our nation’s brightest young leaders.”

Qualifications for membership in the inaugural NFF National Honor Society include:

  • Being a starter or a significant substitute in one’s last year of eligibility at an accredited NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision, Football Championship Subdivision, Division II, Division III, or an NAIA college or university;
  • Achieving a 3.2 cumulative grade point average throughout entire course of undergraduate study; and
  • Meeting all NCAA-mandated progress towards degree requirements.

“Since Red Blaik provided the first funds for the first National Scholar-Athlete Awards in 1959, the NFF has stood in the vanguard of promoting the scholar-athlete ideal,” said Jon F. Hanson, the chairman and founder of The Hampshire Companies who also served as NFF Chairman from 1994-2006 and continues in an emeritus capacity. “It has been a great privilege to build on his legacy and endow The NFF Hampshire Honor Society. Nationwide there are thousands of football players excelling in the classroom, and they’re going on to be great leaders. The NFF Hampshire Honor Society allows us to shine a light on their hard work.”

The National Honor Society becomes the latest component of the organization’s efforts to promote combined athletic and academic success. Launched in 1959, the NFF’s National Scholar-Athlete Awards program became the first initiative in history to credit a player for his combined academic success, football performance and community leadership.

“There is no question that the lessons learned on the field translate directly into success later in life,” said NFF Chairman Archie Manning, "And the members of the NFF Hampshire Honor Society serve as the perfect example of football’s ability to teach leadership skills. We are proud to showcase the accomplishments of this group as part of the NFF’s mission in promoting the scholar-athlete ideal.”

“The NFF Hampshire Honor Society provides us an excellent opportunity to recognize outstanding young men who have been committed on the football field and in their educational pursuits throughout their college careers,” said Ohio State Head Coach Jim Tressel, who serves as a member of The NFF Hampshire Honor Society Advisory Committee. “The National Football Foundation is again taking the lead in honoring scholarship and leadership among student-athletes.”

Since its inception, the NFF National Scholar-Athlete Awards program has awarded $8.6 million to 693 top scholars and community leaders. Currently, the NFF distributes more than $300,000 a year at the national level through the program to 15 individuals. Each winner of a National Scholar-Athlete Award receives an $18,000 post-graduate scholarship. Additionally, the Draddy Trophy, presented by HealthSouth, is given to one member of each year’s class as the absolute best. The winner of the Draddy, claimed by Texas longhorn center Dallas Griffin in 2007, receives a total scholarship of $25,000 and a stunning 24-inch, 25-pound bronze trophy. Through, its chapter network, the NFF awards an additional $800,000 to local high school student-athletes, bringing the NFF’s annual scholarship total to more than $1.1 million.


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Wednesday, April 23
KNOX NAMED A SEMI-FINALIST FOR NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION DRADDY AWARD (Academic Heisman). Click here to read the list of names.



NFF's 2007 Draddy Semifinalists Announced
DALLAS, October 11, 2007 – Selected as the best and the brightest from the college gridiron, The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF) today announced the 153 semifinalists for the 2007 Draddy Trophy, presented by HealthSouth, and the candidates for the NFF 2007 National Scholar-Athlete Awards.

One of college football’s most sought after and competitive awards, the Draddy Trophy recognizes an individual as the absolute best in the country for his combined academic success, football performance and exemplary community leadership.

“The NFF is extremely proud of this year’s group of semifinalists,” said NFF President & CEO Steven J. Hatchell. “Their substantial commitment to academic excellence, athletic prowess and community service is commendable, and it is our responsibility to honor them for their dedication on and off the playing field. These players are the greatest illustration of how we hope to build leaders through football.”

Nominated by their schools, which are limited to one nominee each, semifinalists must be a senior or graduate student in their final year of eligibility, have a GPA of at least 3.2 on a 4.0 scale, have outstanding football ability as a first team player, and have demonstrated strong leadership and citizenship. Established to honor former NFF Chairman Vincent dePaul Draddy, a Manhattan College quarterback who developed the Izod and Lacoste brands, the award comes with a 24-inch, 25-pound bronze trophy and a $25,000 post-graduate scholarship.

This year’s semifinalists maintain a 3.58 average GPA in diverse majors such as physics and ocean engineering. Sixty-six players have earned all-conference recognition on the field and 106 have served as captains. The offensive line produced the most nominees with 31 candidates. Receivers and linebackers followed with 26 nominees each. Offense outscored the defense with 80 to 53 hopefuls. Twenty special teams aspirants completed the contingent. Nominees hail from all NCAA divisions and the NAIA, including a record 67 contenders from the Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly Division I-A).

The NFF Awards Committee will select and announce up to 15 finalists on Oct. 25. Each finalist will be recognized as part of the 2007 National Scholar-Athlete Class, receiving an $18,000 post-graduate scholarship. The Draddy winner, who will receive a $25,000 postgraduate scholarship, will be announced at the NFF’s Annual Awards Dinner on December 4 at the prestigious Waldorf=Astoria in New York City. A total distribution of more than $300,000 in scholarships will be awarded that evening.

Launched in 1959, the NFF scholar-athlete program became the first initiative in history to credit a player for both academic and athletic accomplishments. The Draddy, first awarded in 1990, adds to the program’s mystique. Past Draddy winners, including two Rhodes Scholars, a Rhodes Scholar finalist, a Heisman winner and a 3.7 average GPA, are: Chris Howard (Air Force, 1990); John B. Culpepper (Florida, 1991); Jim Hansen (Colorado, 1992); Thomas Burns (Virginia, 1993); Robert Zatechka (Nebraska, 1994); Bobby Hoying (Ohio State, 1995); Danny Wuerffel (Florida, 1996); Peyton Manning (Tennessee, 1997); Matt Stinchcomb (Georgia, 1998); Chad Pennington (Marshall, 1999); Kyle Vanden Bosch (Nebraska, 2000); Joaquin Gonzalez (Miami, 2001); Brandon Roberts (Washington University-Mo., 2002); Craig Krenzel (Ohio State, 2003); Michael Munoz (Tennessee, 2004); Rudy Niswanger (Louisiana State, 2005); and Brian Leonard (Rutgers, 2006).


Friday, July 1
KNOX NAMED DRADDY SEMI-FINALIST


Thursday, January 31
2007 SEASON RESULTS: 11 WINS, 2 LOSSES

August
  25   Webber International University  @  Bethel College 21-42  W
September
  1   Bethel College  @  Austin Peay State University 19-43  L
  8   Bethel College  @  Bacone College 42-18  W
22   Bethel College  @  Belhaven College 49-20  W
29   University of Virginia's College at Wise  @  Bethel College 48-66  W
October
  6   Pikeville College  @  Bethel College 34-41  W
13   Bethel College  @  West Virginia Tech 42-7  W
20   Cumberland University  @  Bethel College 15-54  W
25   Bethel College  @  Shorter College 44-21  W
November
3   Lambuth University  @  Bethel College 31-56  W
10   Bethel College  @  Campbellsville University 34-21  W
  17   MidAmerica Nazarene University  @  Bethel College 34-55  W
  NAIA Championship Series First-Round
  24   University of Saint Francis (IN)  @  Bethel College 30-27  L
  NAIA Championship Series Quarterfinals
 


Saturday, December 17
2007 Football Daktronics - NAIA Scholar-Athletes Announced



Grady and Knox named to this list.

Thursday, January 31
CAREER AT BETHEL...

FALL 2004----------  5 WINS --- 7 LOSSES

FALL 2005----------  7 WINS --- 4 LOSSES

FALL 2006----------  10 WINS --- 3 LOSSES

FALL 2007----------  11 WINS --- 2 LOSSES

 

STARTED IN 49 FOOTBALL GAMES. 

 

TOTALED-------------  33 WINS --- 16 LOSSES

 

WON THREE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS.

 

PLAYED IN NAIA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYOFFS TWO CONSECUTIVE YEARS. 

 

 



Sunday, December 21
Three Wildcats earn Daktronics-NAIA 2007 Football Scholar-Athlete Honors

Fri, Dec 21, 2007 at 12:33 PM
Grady Baggett, Knox Baggett and Justin Dubruiel have been named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes
Bethel College has three of the 17 student-athletes from the Mid-South Conference named to the Daktronics-NAIA 2007 Football Scholar-Athlete list. Seniors Grady and Knox Baggett from Simpsonville, SC and Justin Dubruiel from Dresden, Tenn. have earned the honor. All three started and played offensive line for the Wildcats.

“These young men work hard in and out of the classroom. We have been fortunate to have these great student-athletes in our program,” said Head Coach Dino Kaklis. “I think Grady and Knox have made 48 starts for us. They haven’t missed a beat on the field or the classroom. That is very rare. And I expect Justin to perform at a high level again for us next year. I am proud of them and they are excellent choices to represent our school.”

In order to be a recipient of the NAIA-Daktronics Scholar-Athlete award, one must fulfill these requirements: the recipient must be a junior or above in academic standing; has been in attendance at the nominating institution a minimum of one full year of attendance; has a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.50 (on a 4.0 scale) at the time of nomination at the nominating institution; has been certified as eligible.

Bethel competes in the NAIA and the Mid-South Conference West Division. The Wildcats finished the year with a number four ranking and made it to the quarterfinals of the NAIA Football Championship Series for the second year in a row.



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The "Certified Southern Ass-Kickers" -- Bethel College 2007 Offensive Linemen
Saturday, August 18

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Saturday, August 18

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Aerial Shot of Wildcat Stadium

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Grady 78---Knox 77---First Season Fall'94---8 Yrs. Old---Simpsonville Vikings
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Grady 55---Knox51---14th Season Fall '07---21 Yrs. Old---Bethel College Wildcats

Tuesday, August 24
BETHEL UNIVERSITY, MCKENZIE, TN


MID-SOUTH CONFERENCE


NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS



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ABC'S OF BECOMING A CHRISTIAN

ADMIT: Confess to God you are a sinner. Repent or turn away from your sin. Romans 3:23

BELIEVE: Trust that Jesus is God's Son and that God sent Jesus to save you from your sins. Romans 5:8

COMMIT: Give your life to Jesus. Ask Him to come into your heart to be your personal Savior and Lord. Romans 10: 9-10

If you are choosing right now to believe Jesus died for your sins and to receive new life through Him, pray a prayer similar to the following as you call upon Him alone to be your Savior and Lord:

"Dear God, I know I am a sinner and have disobeyed You in many ways. I believe Jesus died for my sin and only through faith in His death and resurrection can I be forgiven. I now turn from my sin and ask Jesus to come into my life as my Savior and Lord. From this day forward, I will choose to follow Jesus. Thank You Lord Jesus, for loving me and for forgiving me. In Jesus' name I pray. Amen."

After you have received Jesus Christ into your life, tell someone about your decision. Then, follow Christ's example and ask for baptism by immersion in your local church as a public expression of your faith.

Read Romans 6:4 and Colossians 2:6


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2006 Mid-South Conference Championship Ring

Wednesday, May 16
2006 Season Results


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Grady #55----Knox #51----Fall 2006---Junior Season
Wednesday, September 13

Rings
Sunday, May 7
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Knox ---Jersey #51

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Grady ---Jersey #55

Wednesday, May 16
2005 Season Results


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Wednesday, May 16

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Knox 51----Grady 55----Fall 2005----Sophomore Season

Wednesday, May 16
2004 Season Results


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Wednesday, May 16

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Grady 55 ----- Knox 51-----Fall 2004---- Freshman Season

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Grady---Fall 2003---Hillcrest High School, Simpsonville, SC
GRADY & KNOX HIGH SCHOOL ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Open the attachment and see how Grady and Knox were blessed athletically and academically while attending Hillcrest High School in Simpsonville, SC



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Knox ---Fall 2003---Hillcrest High School, Simpsonville, SC
Handout: High School Accomplishments

   
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