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Improved Vols take on Patriots

October 25, 2013

Starkville Academy's O'Shea Kemp (3) looks for running room against Washington School earlier this season. (Photo courtesy of Chris Whitaker, Delta Democrat-Times)

It is no secret that the Starkville Academy Volunteers are a young football team and they have grown all season long.
As the season progresses, SA coach Jeff Terrill says it is time to put the excuses behind and prove something on the football field.
“We have definitely improved,” Terrill said. “There is no doubt about it. In every area, you see improvement. It is just really kind of come to the point in time to win. You can say some of those statements with earlier losses and they are true, but now it comes to the point you have to win or it isn’t much fun."

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