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Arkoma Mustangs welcome Canadian to town tonight for first scrimmage

August 19, 2011

With high optimism and most of his players back from last season's playoff campaign, Arkoma Mustangs Football Coach Mark Weatherton pretty much knows what to expect offensively.
“Having as many players back as we have is big,” said Weatherton, whose team will welcome the Canadian Colugars to town tonight for a 6 p.m. scrimmage. “They already know what we do in practice. We don't have to go over it time and time again. They already know it. That puts us way ahead of the game. Bringing back seven to eight starters that we have, we know we can score — we averaged 50 points a game last season.”

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