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Process continues for the Volunteers

May 25, 2014

Terrill

There's not much of an offseason for high school football teams.
Once spring practice begins in April, it's non-stop preparation through the end of spring into summer conditioning and fall camp.
The Starkville Academy Volunteers just completed spring drills and coach Jeff Terrill said the focus turns to the plan for the summer.
"In this day and time, once you start out for spring football, high school football doesn't ever stop," Terrill said. "They will be involved with 7-on-7 camps, competitions and we'll be hitting that weight room early three mornings per week in the summer."

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