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Alexander believes better days ahead for Vols

January 1, 2014

Raheim Robinson (21) dribble the basketball up the court for Starkville Academy earlier this season. (Photo courtesy of Lee Adams)

Mark Alexander knows the first half of the season his Starkville Academy team has not been the best it could have been, but the coach also knows better days lie ahead for the 5-12 Volunteers
“Honestly, I have been disappointed with the way we have played up to this point,” Alexander said. “A lot of that is on me and I haven’t done as good a job as a coach up until this point of getting the team where they should be, but I know we can and will be better.”
A majority of SA's struggles have come from little mistakes. Things like turnovers, scoring droughts and defensive errors have plagued the Vols the first few games and as the team moves forward, Alexander vows the team will be focused on correcting those areas.
“We keep making the same mistakes over and over,” Alexander said. “Until we rectify those, the same things are going to keep happening.”

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