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Updated: 08/09/2017 08:30:02AM

Cornelius racks up first win of season at Cryin’ Towel

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PHOTO BY BRIAN ACKLEY

Frank Johnson holds the towel high as Fort Meade head coach Jamelle Cornelius gets enough approval from the crowd to be crowned the Cryin' Towel winner last week. Even Bartow High head coach Ray Tiller, sitting to his right, applauds for his fellow coach. Sarah Case joined Johnson during the voting urging people to applaud for their favorite coach.

PHOTO BY BRIAN ACKLEY

Winter Haven Wolverines flag football cheerleading captain Kaliyah leads a sideline routine Saturday during the Midflorida Football and Cheerleading game in Fort Meade Saturday.

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Imani Hall shows her good form as part of the MidFlorida Football and Cheerleading Conference season-opening Jamboree in Fort Meade last Saturday. Hall cheers for the Winter Haven Wolverines flag football team.

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BARTOW – The good news for Fort Meade’s Jemalle Cornelius is he’s already 1-0 of the new high school football season.

That’s because the “coveted” Bartow Kiwanis Club “Cryin’ Towel” is heading back south about 10 miles after the fun and frivolity of the annual event last Thursday.

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