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Tygers Getting Ready For Eagles

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 8/21/2014

After going 10-0 and 11-1 overall a season ago, the Mansfield Tygers will try to continue their winning ways from last year, but they'll be doing it with different faces after being hit hard with graduation. Mansfield returns nine seniors from the school's first ever undefeated season in Devonte Jacocks, Mitch Nixon, Anton Franklin, Ricky Minor, Asante Wilder, Malik Mason, Lamar Garrett, Cole Kiser and Marshall Levins.

Head coach Chioke Bradley who enters his fifth season as Tyger boss says his seniors have done a good job of getting after many of the younger players who will be playing under the lights for the first time this season. Seniors Asante Wilder and Marshall Levins say the potential for another winning season is there if the team continues to improve as they did from their first to second scrimmage. Mansfield will open the 2014 season on the road at Sunbury Big Walnut. The Tygers roared past the Eagles a season ago 28-7 at Arlin Field.

   
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