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Lex Returns Experienced Group

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 8/13/2013

After going 5-5 in 2012, the Lexington Minutemen hope to stay in contention all season long in '13. Last year, the Minutemen started strong at 4-1 after the first five weeks. But in the second half of the season, Lex was hit by injuries and finished at 1-4. Second year head coach Dan Studer says he has a number of experienced players returning at quarterback and across the offensive and defensive lines. The trick will be trying to keep them healthy for the entire ten weeks. But the coach comments that is difficult in the OCC with the type of competition the team plays every week. Big Lex will open on the road at rival Ontario. Lex has won the last five meetings, including last year's 34-26 win at home. The last Warrior win was in 2002, 31-18 at Lex.

   
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