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This Thursday, the River Oaks Mustangs will take to the ﬁeld against Class AAA Madison Ridgeland Academy (MRA) at 4:30 p.m. and Copiah Academy at 5:30 p.m. at Copiah Academy Stadium in their annual jamboree.
Each jamboree contest will be 20 minutes with a running clock except for the ﬁnal 3 minutes where regular clock with time stoppages for in-completions, ﬁrst downs and out of bounds play.
River Oaks coach Robert Hannah has his Mustangs facing larger stiﬀ competition to start the 2012 season.
"MRA is the defending Class AAA runner up and we know that like to spread you out and throw the ball," said Hannah. "Copiah is primarily a running team so this jamboree will be an excellent opportunity for us to test our young defense."
River Oaks will be looking at two diﬀerent oﬀenses in hopes to sure up its young linebacker core.
"We have three new guys playing linebacker for us," said Hannah. "We are looking for them to make the right reads and be constantly around the ball carriers."
Last Saturday, River Oaks scrimmaged which according to coach Hannah he show a lot of good and a lot bad from his Mustangs.
Photo by Kelley Photography
Photo Caption: The 2012 River Oaks Mustangs will begin their journey to a potential third straight MIAS Class AA State Championship appearance with a stop at the Copiah Academy Jamboree. The Mustangs will take to the ﬁeld against Class AAA Madison Ridgeland Academy (MRA) at 4:30 p.m. and Copiah Academy at 5:30 p.m. at Copiah Academy Stadium in their annual jamboree.
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