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Northport ready for competition

September 2, 2011

When you take the challenge of trying to resurrect a high school football program that hadn’t fielded a team since you were a young man, the task is nothing but daunting. After all, football teams aren’t built in a season. Some aren’t built in a century. So it goes at Northport High, where veteran high school football coach Don Fox came out of retirement down the road at Rice and agreed to help rebuild football. Well, Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither will a competitive Mustangs’ football team. But progress has been made.

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