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SA boys use 'different' strategy to beat Oak Hill

November 25, 2013

After trailing for most of the game, Starkville Academy mustered all they had to pull out a 40-35 victory over visiting Oak Hill.
“That is the best we have played all year, by far, especially at home,” Volunteers coach Mark Alexander said. “They beat us at their place and I knew we had to something different. You don’t want to do the same thing if you just got beat. We went to that extended 2-3 zone and I thought that was the difference.”

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