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Chargers open ‘second season’ 1-0

OLIVE BRANCH — The Chargers were all smiles Friday night following their 40-27 victory at Region 1-5A foe Center Hill.

While Oxford didn’t play a mistake-free game, the visitors did make enough plays in all three phases to earn the win. (September 24, 2012, Page 3B)

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    OHS opens region play with victory

    BLOG: OLIVE BRANCH—Oxford continued its winning ways Friday night earning a 40-27 victory at Center Hill to open its Region 1-5A schedule. (more…) (September 22, 2012)

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      OHS, LHS hit the road; WV hosts Jags

      he three area football teams head into tonight’s various matchups with different mindsets.

      Lafayette will look to extend its winning streak to three games at Pontotoc tonight, while Water Valley hopes to rebound from a rare loss last week when it hosts J.Z. George.

      Oxford enters tonight’s Region 1-5A opener at Center Hill coming off of a bye week. (more…) (September 21, 2012, Page 7A)

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        Oxford 7th graders top Grenada in football action

        Oxford’s Chargers traveled to Grenada and earned a hard-fought 12-6 win over Grenada Thursday evening. The Chargers (3-0-1 overall) gave Grenada its first loss of the season. (more…) (September 21, 2012, Page 7A)

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          Chargers shut out Senatobia in 9th grade game

          Led by a defensive unit that has only allowed one touchdown all season, the Oxford Chargers’ ninth-grade football team defeated Senatobia 28-0 Tuesday night. The 4-0 Chargers, who have outscored their opponents 145-6, were praised by coach Jason Russell for their play on defense. “We were lights out and we really had to play hard against a good, athletic Senatobia team.” Jack Abraham led the Chargers on offense as he passed for two of the four touchdowns scored. Abraham finished the game 11-for-16 for 171 yards, while Kenzie Phillips scored twice on runs of 2 and 56 yards. Oxford finished with 302 yards of total offense and scored a touchdown in each quarter. The Chargers will return to action Monday against Center Hill. (September 12, 2012, Page 7)

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            Robles kicks his way to POW honor

            Alex Robles has a knack for late-game heroics.

            Friday, the sophomore kicker from Water Valley knocked in his second career game-winning field goal when he punched through a 42-yard attempt with under a minute remaining in the Blue Devils’ 17-16 win against Bruce. (September 11, 2012, Page 9)

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              Oxford avoids trap, tops Warriors

              SENATOBIA— Coming off of an emotional win last week, it would have been understandable if the Oxford Chargers played flat Friday at Senatobia.

              With the exception of a few hiccups on defense, that wasn’t the case as the Chargers never trailed during their 34-14 victory over the Warriors. (September 10, 2012, Page 3B)

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                Oxford avoids letdown, tops Senatobia by 20

                BLOG: SENATOBIA— Coming off of a big win last week, some Chargers were worried Friday night’s game at Senatobia could end up being a “trap game” for Oxford.

                That wasn’t the case, however, as the visiting Chargers jumped out to a 17-point lead and held on to defeat the Warriors 34-14.

                (more…) (September 8, 2012)

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                  Area teams gear up for Week 4 opponents

                  There’s no time like the present.

                  With that in mind, both Oxford and Lafayette almost immediately moved past last week’s showdown and turned their sights on their Week 4 opponents. (more…) (September 7, 2012, Page 6A)

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                    Chargers have moved past Classic, focused on Warriors

                    Last Thursday’s win was a big one for Oxford, but the Chargers have already moved past their first Crosstown Classic victory in seven seasons.

                    During the high school football season there’s no time to dwell on losses, and there’s certainly no time to pat yourself on the back for victories. (September 6, 2012, Page 8)

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