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Tygers Begin Tuning Up

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 8/7/2014

After going 11-1 and completing one of the best seasons in school history, the Mansfield Tygers are getting themselves ready for 2014. Though the team lost several good athletes to graduation, coach Chioke Bradley says the cupboard in not bare. Though the Tygers lost three year starter at QB Jalen Reese and defensive back, wide receiver Chek Washington, they do return the likes of Mitch Nixon, Asante Wilder and Tyquan Vickers.

For Bradley, he is trying to get many of his younger players up to varsity speed before the teams opener on the road at Big Walnut. Prior to that Senior High will scrimmage at Mount Vernon on Tuesday at 10am, then preview against Fremont Ross on August 22nd at Arlin Field at 7:30pm.

   
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