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Vols set to challenge Raiders

October 31, 2013

Starkville Academy sophomore running back Noah Heflin (30) picks up yardage against Heritage Academy last week. (Photo courtesy of Lee Adams)

Across the board, Jackson Academy is one of the strongest teams in the state.
“When you play somebody like this, right now where they stand, they are probably considered the best team in private school league – period, across all divisions,” Starkville Academy coach Jeff Terrill said. “Certainly it will be a real challenge for us so you just continue to focus on getting better at what you do.”
As he prepares the Volunteers to face a very tough team, Terrill is holding nothing back. The speed and talent that Jackson Academy brings to the table will be nothing like Starkville Academy has seen so fans can expect a few tweaks in the game plan.

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