Creekview’s Ewers wins top honor as Gridiron Club ...
by Emily Horos
ehoros@cherokeetribune.com
12:45 AM, Wednesday, January 28
Creekview’s Dawson Ewers was named the Player of the Year on Monday as the Cherokee County Gridiron Club held its annual banquet to recognize the achievements of local football players.

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