Reginald Carter making up for lost time 

September, 25, 2012
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SNELLVILLE, Ga. -- Shiloh (Ga.) High School took its 3-0 record to South Gwinnett (Ga.) High School on Friday night to face Reginald Carter and the rest of his Comets' teammates. When the night was over, Carter was all smiles as he looked at the scoreboard. His team had dominated from start to finish, posting a 31-0 shutout.

“I tried to be everywhere I could be,” Carter said after the game.

Reginald Carter
Tom Hauck/ESPNHSReginald Carter is making up for lost time in his senior season at South Gwinnett High School.
He lined up at no less than six different positions and made tackles all over the field. His name came over the public address system constantly, like a skipping record. He finished the game with double-digit tackles, just as he had the previous three contests.

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