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South All-Stars Prepping at Arlin Field

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  Original Published: 6/10/2014

On Saturday evening the North Central Ohio Football Coaches Association All-Star Football Game will be played at Lexington at 7pm. Both teams the North and South squads will have just five days to prepare for Saturday's game.

Mansfield Senior and South coach Chioke Bradley, says both the offense and defense will be pretty simple given the short period of time to prepare for Saturday's game, but adds he likes the attitude of the players saying many of them came dressed and ready for practice.

The South squad is made up of players from Mansfield Senior, Ashland, Buckeye Central, Colonel Crawford, Danville, Fredericktown, Galion, Highland, Lexington, Loudonville, Marion Harding, Mt.Gilead, Northmor, Ontario and River Valley.

   
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