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Abbeville has played Gray Collegiate the past two years in the Class 2A state playoffs, winning both matchups in tight games.
The top two seeds in the Upper State meet again, this time at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Fairfield Central High School in Winnsboro in the third round of the playoffs.
Abbeville (12-0) comes into the game fresh off a victory against Saluda, which lost to Gray Collegiate in the regular season. Grays only loss a three-point defeat came on the road at Class 5A Gaffney.
Theyre outstanding, Abbeville coach Jamie Nickles said of Gray Collegiate. They have the best of everything. They have the best running back in the state and the best offensive lineman in the state. Their quarterback is one of the best. They just do a great job. They are well-coached. He (Adam Holmes) is one of the best coaches in the state. Everything they do is top notch.
That running back, KZ Adams, is a finalist for South Carolinas Mr. Football and a Shrine Bowl selection. Adams has 2,448 yards rushing and 34 touchdowns.
Nickles said its a nightmare trying to defend against Adams.
Hes just a one-of-a-kind athlete, Nickles said. His vision is incredible. Hes absolutely amazing. He has the ability to stop and cut on a dime.
Holmes said Adams is a special player.
I will probably never coach another kid like him, Holmes said. He is a true winner and a selfless player. He has done what he has done on offense while playing every snap of defense. He wants to do whatever it takes to help our team win. You just dont find too many kids like that today.
Gray quarterback Tre Robinson is a running threat. Top receivers include Devin Johnson (54 yards per game and nine touchdowns), Savion Smith and Austin Harris.
Defensively, the War Eagles have shut out five teams.
Weve got our work cut out for us this week, Nickles said. Their defense is outstanding. They have outstanding team size and speed on that size of the ball. They look like a college football team.
While the Panthers havent passed much, quarterback Zay Rayford has been efficient when he has. Rayford also has emerged as a serious rushing threat with zone reads.
Its just another aspect for opposing coaches to have to prepare for, Nickles said of Rayford.
On defense, the Panthers have thrived this year at linebacker and in the secondary. Linebackers Ty Cade, Logan Busbee and Darren Calhoun have led the way on the second level, while defensive backs Jeremiah Lomax (5 INTs), Javario Tinch (4 INTs) and CJ Vance (4 INTs) have led the way on the third level. Lomax was named to the Shrine Bowl roster on Tuesday.
In addition to Rayford, key Panther offensive players include Antonio Harrison (71 carries for 974 yards and 14 TDs), JMarion Burton (564 yards and 14 TDs) and Jamal Marshall (563 yards and seven TDs).
This will probably be one of the best matchups in the state, Holmes said. To win this game, you have to make big plays on offense, not give up the big play on defense, and not turn the football over. I am expecting a very exciting game.
Contact staff writer Greg K. Deal at 864-223-1812 or follow on Twitter @IJDEAL.
9 "Greys Anatomy" Storylines That Were Incredible, And 9 That Should Never Have Seen The Light Of Day – BuzzFeed
This storyline doesnt shy away from discussing sexual assault in vivid detail and despite being hard to watch at times, it is impossible not to be moved by the incredibly raw episode. Abby, a victim of sexual assault, arrives at the hospital and after confiding in Jo, is given the encouragement and support to have a rape kit administered. Instead of cutting away, we are shown every single step of the invasive examination. Arguably the most powerful moment in this episode is when Abby is being wheeled to surgery and all the women at Grey Sloan Memorial line the hospital walls to create a safe pathway for her. This episode did a stellar job of accurately portraying the physical and psychological effects of sexual assault as well as highlighting the importance of sisterhood.
Here Comes the Sun
Season 18 Episode 1
Editors Rating 4 stars ****
Apparently, even Greys Anatomy wants to pretend season 17 never happened. Season 18 opens with a quick housekeeping note to let us know that the show will now be portraying a fictional post-pandemic world, and we all get it. Sure, season 17 had a good start. It felt right for a medical show to explore the effects of the pandemic on doctors. And yes, having McDreamy show up on the death beach that first time was life-affirming. But the whole thing quickly morphed into something much more exhausting. So the show never wants to speak of it again, and neither do we, and honestly my condolences to Andrew DeLuca, who deserved better and we all know it.
This season-18 premiere does feel as though things have changed. And its more than just Grey Sloan ditching the masks and the COVID-19 protocols: The OR is buzzing with surgeries! No one is having mental breakdowns on benches! Meredith isnt a doll anymore! We really did it, pals. Its time to hopefully move on to bigger and better things.
For Meredith, might those bigger and better things be located in Minnesota? She hightailed it out of Seattle for a bit to meet with Dr. David Hamilton, or, as Webber calls him, Minnesotas prized-tumor guy, because hes dedicating a library to Ellis Grey. I feel like we walked through the valley of season 17 to be rewarded with Peter Gallagher the Sandy Cohen joining the ranks of Greys. Just eat all the bagels and schmear you have available because, and I say it again, we really did it. Of course, Webber and Bailey are nervous that not only will David be showing her this library, hell also be offering Meredith a new job. They cant afford to lose any more surgeons, and they keep calling her to make sure she isnt abandoning ship. They arent wrong to worry: It doesnt take long for David to reveal his true intentions for bringing Meredith out there. Yes, he dedicated the library to his old friend, but he also built a state-of-the-art research lab, named it the Grey Center, and wants Meredith to have it. Sure, hes impressed with her mini-livers and reconstructed abdomens, etc., but hes currently developing an experimental surgery to possibly cure Parkinsons disease, and he needs a surgeon to become the face of it and persuade the FDA to give him approval. Meredith asks why he, a surgeon, cant do that himself. It turns out that the reason hes so passionate about finding a cure for Parkinsons is because he has it.
That lab certainly is something. Wouldnt it be a real full-circle moment to have this dark and twisty woman leave Seattle for good for something that has been described as bright and shiny? And yeah, sure, helping to cure Parkinsons seems cool too. There is one other thing that might persuade Meredith to actually consider this offer. While out to dinner with David as he wines and dines her in hopes of getting her onboard, she spots a familiar face: Dr. Nick Marsh.
Can you believe it?? After all this time, Greys Anatomy is bringing back Nick! Sure, he was in only one episode back in season 14, but the chemistry between Meredith and the handsome transplant doctor whose life she saved was unreal. It was honestly a shock that they didnt have him stick around for multiple episodes that season because he was very swoony with his flirting, and his raising his niece because his sister couldnt, and his wanting to be a shoe salesman in another life. And, more important, it was the first time post-Derek that Meredith actually imagined the possibility of falling in love again. Nick Marsh did that. And now, years later, she bumps into him in Minnesota.
This guy is insanely confident. When she gets back to her hotel, Merediths escorted to the bar and there he is, waiting for her. The chemistry between the two of them is still very much there. It is palpable. Truly, what a pleasant surprise. However, Meredith does want to make it very clear that she isnt sleeping with him. First, she tells him shes seeing someone, but then immediately backtracks. Apparently, she and Cormac dipped their toes into some dating, but his younger son, Austin, began having panic attacks after learning about his father starting to move on from his mother so they called the whole thing off. I do sincerely feel for anyone patiently waiting for a Meredith-Cormac romance because it seems like youll be waiting for a long time. Sorry for your loss!
Anyway, back to Nick! Meredith is single, but she still wont sleep with him. That doesnt mean the conversation isnt lovely. She tells him about almost dying from COVID, and he obviously thanks to her saving his life knows what its like to be a miracle and understands the pressure that comes with being granted a second chance. He even walks her to her hotel room at the end of the night, and they cant stop smiling at each other. Oh God, they are going to hook up, and it is going to be glorious.
So yes, perhaps Webber and Bailey really should be worried about Meredith moving to Minnesota and losing another surgeon (and their friend, I guess). Its not as if interviews for doctors to replace Avery, Koracick, DeLuca, and Jo have been going well. Theyve been going terribly, to be honest. That is, until the hiring committee Bailey, Cormac, and Maggie meet with plastic surgeon Dr. Lin. She seems great. She has never been the head of a department, but she doesnt mince words as to why Grey Sloan needs her. And then they literally need her: Webber bursts into the interview because a guy exploded a firework directly into his face and he needs a plastic surgeon to save his life. I guess this hospital had only one plastic surgeon this whole time? Regardless, they give Lin privileges, and she gets to work in the OR while also continuing her interview with Bailey, Cormac, and Maggie. She is very good at her job. You know who isnt? The resident assisting her, Schmitt. After the surgery, Bailey offers Lin the position of chief of plastics, but she turns it down. She tells them she relies a lot on residents to help her do her job, and the residents here clearly arent up to snuff. Oof, that hits Richard where it hurts the most. He promises Lin hell get them back into shape; they fell behind because the pandemic kept them out of the OR so much. You have my word, he tells her. Wasnt Meredith supposed to be running the residency program? Maybe that explains this whole situation.
In other news: There is another Greys wedding to attend. Who is getting married now, you ask? Teddy and Owen. Finally. After all these years. And all those sex voice-mails. What a lovely story to tell the grandkids one day! They actually try to have a little ceremony in the park with just their kids, Owens mom, and that abdominal reconstruction herself, his sister Megan. Unfortunately, the priest doing the ceremony gets run over by a bunch of bikers doing an undies bike ride during the Seattle Phoenix Festival and then dies on Teddy and Owens operating table. Wow, I really missed writing sentences like that over hiatus. Anyhoo, obviously, people are upset. Your priest dying right before pronouncing you husband and wife would be looked at by most as a terrible sign. As if Teddy and Owen needed any more of those!
Megan saves the day. Of course she does. She is a breath of fresh air on this show, and it would be nice to have her around more. And maybe she will be, now that Greys Anatomy decided to ruin one of the very few happy endings this show has ever bestowed on us by breaking up Megan and Riggs. After everything! Its a real bummer. She seems okay? Megan gets ordained online, and Owen brings Teddy to Joes Bar, where she is surprised by all of their friends and family, and those two finally get hitched. Its about time someone got married in Joes Bar, isnt it?
Link spends the entire episode brooding about Amelias rejection and then trying to persuade her to marry him. First of all: Why? Second of all: It seemed like Amelias problem last season was less that marriage was suffocating and antiquated and more that she doesnt want more kids while Link very much does. Wouldnt that explanation satisfy Link a little more? Instead, Amelia tells Link she loves him but cant marry him. Link thinks its really over this time. Thats the stupidest thing I ever heard, Jo tells him. Jo, you have no idea.
Speaking of Jo, her entry into the single-working-mom world is a bumpy one. She has for some reason dyed her hair blonde and maybe not brushed it in a year? Shes a mess, and she never makes it out of the parking lot because she feels too guilty over the thought of leaving Luna at day care. Shell do better next time.
So when are Jo and Link going to hook up?
Ellis Grey pops up in Merediths anxiety dream about not doing anything extraordinary after surviving COVID. That feels like the most on brand.
It was quite endearing to watch a bumbling, nervous Cormac try to set up a dinner for himself and his boys with Bailey and her family. Its awkward at first, and Bailey tries to avoid it. But later Cormac opens up about Austins panic attacks and not knowing how to help him, and she invites the Hayes brood over. Its very sweet!
Maggie and Winston have honeymoon-sex injuries, and Ive never been happier for them.
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Throughout its lengthy run, Greys Anatomy has said goodbye and then hello again to countless popular characters.
As the first series regular to exit from the ABC medical drama, fans were surprised when Isaiah Washington (Preston Burke) returned to Greys Anatomy in 2014 seven years after he was fired for using a homophobic slur during a fight with Patrick Dempsey.
Hes a prepared, energized actor and he was ready to play. I will say, though, he was nervous, creator Shonda Rhimes told Entertainment Weekly about his season 10 return, which served as a way to wrap up Sandra Oh (Cristina Yang)s story line. My first decision and my first responsibility is to the story, she said. I have to be the keeper of the story and make sure that were telling the story we need to tell, regardless of whatever outside factors are involved or whatever history is involved and, frankly, Sandra was so lovely and open to it. It has been a really kind of amazing experience.
The producer added at the time that Isaiah is a person that we all love and have loved for a very long time.
I feel like there have been a lot of people that have been like, How can you do this? Rhimes continued. And I feel very strongly and fully believe in peoples ability to grow and change and learn from their mistakes and when they know better, to do better. If people dont think that, over the course of seven years, its possible for a human being to change, then there really is no future for the human race at all.
While several actors and actresses left Grey Sloan following Washingtons departure, Dempseys exit (and the death of his character, Dr. Derek Shepherd) rocked the fanbase in 2015. Viewers were delighted, however, when he appeared in several season 17 episodes through Meredith (Ellen Pompeo)s dreams as she battled coronavirus.
Theres just so much darkness, and we knew that coming together would be a little ray of light, Pompeo told Deadline about reuniting with her former onscreen husband in 2020. And so, I think we had the same idea, at the core, to want to help people and bring a smile to peoples faces. So, he loved the idea, and we were just so excited, and we had a ball filming it. It was very healing to come back, and know that were doing something good, putting out a positive story, a healing story, going to make people smile, and I think, for me, Im really grateful for the opportunity to be able to be at this place in the show where we can do this.
The following season, viewers were in for another surprise when Scott Speedman, who appeared on a season 14 episode as Dr. Nick Marsh, ran into Meredith in Minnesota. After the episode aired in September 2021, news broke that the Felicity alum would be a series regular for season 18.
It is timing. To be totally honest, the last time wasnt the right time. I havent done a show since the last show I did. I think a lot of people love that schedule, and I really do, too, but I was wanting to do other things, the actor told Deadline about joining the cast four years after his initial guest star role. But you always know, you put something in the back of your mind when you do have chemistry with somebody, and you do enjoy the work experience, because thats rare, actually. So, when this opportunity came around, I was trying to think of why not to do it, and I couldnt come up with any reasons. It was a great show, really fun people, and it just felt the right timing for me. I wanted to jump in, and then, when I heard what the storyline could be, that was exciting to me.
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Some series arrived this week (Greys Anatomy!) while others departed (Big Brother!), but the most memorable moments are all chronicled in our latest Quotes of the Week roundup.
In the list below, weve gathered more than 15 of the small screens best sound bites from the past seven days, including scenes both scripted and unscripted from broadcast, cable and streaming series.
This time around, weve got a Bachelor in Paradise contestants deep dive into the meaning of 80s slang, Ariana Grandes spicy gift for a potential Voice recruit, a little self-delusion for Power Book IIIs Kanan and Donna Troys fearlessness in the face of a taser on Titans.
Also featured in this weeks compilation: double doses of Big Brothers season finale (read recap) and Greys Anatomys return (look whos back for Season 18!), plus quotable moments from The Rookie, NCIS, Survivor, New Amsterdam and more shows.
Scroll through the list below to see all of our picks for the week, then hit the comments and tell us if we missed any of your faves!
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‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Fans Wish 1 of the Show’s Most Powerful Scenes Would Have Gone Even Further – Showbiz Cheat Sheet
In episode 13 of season 14 of Greys Anatomy, Dr. Dahlia Qadri (Sophia Ali) got the internet stirred up. She was the lead character in one of the most powerful scenes on the show. A lot of fans wish that it would have received more screen time than it did. However, it does seem that there could be a variety of opinions on the episode.
In this episode of Greys Anatomy, two boys came into the hospital after a science experiment went wrong. They were covered in bruises, and one boy, Tyler, had a piece of metal inserted into his leg. It is in the main artery. Owen Hunt (Kevin McKidd) and Qadri take him to C.T. while quizzing her about what they are likely to see on the scans. Then Owen leaves, telling her to let him know when the scans are up.
While he is gone, Tyler wakes up. He wants to know how his brother is doing. Qadri and Tyler talk a little, then he says his leg hurts. Before she can really react, he grabs the metal, pulling it out of his leg.
Tyler begins to bleed heavily, but she knows she has to get the bleeding to stop. Her hijab is the closest thing she has, so without a thought, she removes it to give him a tourniquet. Crisis diverted, she calls Owen, and the two rush Tyler to the OR.
While they scrub in, Owen mentions her hijab being off her head. Her reply is what caught everyone by surprise. She said that it was a symbol of her faith. And that her faith is about service and compassion.
Owen later returns the hijab to her, after washing it.
Owen may have realized her hijab and returned it to her, but Greys Anatomy fans feel that more should have been done. It was through this episode we learned a lot about her compassion and her dedication to being a good doctor. However, the hijab is used to represent modesty, privacy, and morality for women and some people feel that should have been portrayed more fully.
In fact, one Reddit user said, I would have preferred them to use the opportunity two-fold: Qadri show her compassion and commitment to medicine by using the hijab but then one of her peers/supervisors respecting her faith by shielding her from view or providing her an alternative quickly. Would have been two times more powerful.
While most fans were happy to see Qadri take it off in order to help, others say that it was not right, and she had other materials there to do the same thing with. One user even suggests that Qadri would have likely had a hijab cap there to keep her hair covered, even if she did take it off for the scene.
Unfortunately, fans will never get the chance to learn more about Qadri. She departed the show in season 16, episode 3. The way the story was told on the set was that Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson) and Qadri has a disagreement over Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) being fired from Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. In the scene, Qadri stood up for Grey, saying that she had come there to learn from Meredith and Miranda fired her. It was a move that upset many fans of the show.
However, the truth is, Qadri left so that Ali could pursue other options. She is working on the movie Uncharted, which is set to release in 2022. She has also been in The Wilds, a series that began in 2020. Ali has also written one short book, Hows the World Treating You?
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