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Peterson thankful for time at SA

August 9, 2013

Chad Peterson, left, now holds positions at Noxapater in Winston County. (Photo by Kim Murrell, For Starkville Daily News)

One conversation with Chad Peterson and it is easy to see just how much Starkville Academy means to him, and that love is not going anywhere despite a change of scenery this football season.
Peterson is now the offensive and defensive line coach as well as the assistant baseball coach for Noxapater High School, but he knows that without his time with the Volunteers, none of this would be possible.

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