Bluffton High School backer Richard Frazier cooks up a slab of ribs, hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken for the players' and coaches' post-game meal on Friday outside Bobcat Stadium before Friday's game while Rodney Webber, left, watches as the Bobcat players, including his son Marquis Webber, warm up for their game with Beaufort High School on Friday night. Also helping out is Terrence Heyward, right.
Bluffton High School backer Richard Frazier cooks up a slab of ribs, hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken for the players' and coaches' post-game meal on Friday outside Bobcat Stadium before Friday's game while Rodney Webber, left, watches as the Bobcat players, including his son Marquis Webber, warm up for their game with Beaufort High School on Friday night. Also helping out is Terrence Heyward, right.
Bluffton High School backer Richard Frazier cooks up a slab of ribs, hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken for the players' and coaches' post-game meal on Friday outside Bobcat Stadium before Friday's game while Rodney Webber, left, watches as the Bobcat players, including his son Marquis Webber, warm up for their game with Beaufort High School on Friday night. Also helping out is Terrence Heyward, right.

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