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MRA uses size, speed to shut out Starkville Academy

January 27, 2014

Size and speed were the story on Monday as Madison Ridgeland Academy picked up a 2-0 victory over Starkville Academy.
“They were really moving the ball well,” Volunteers coach Cole Andrews said. “We were doing well to keep the attack away from our net, but the two times they did put them in, we were too loose and allowed just enough time for them to settle the ball and take a shot.”

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