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One change, plenty of early home cooking on schedule for Hoover football

One change, plenty of early home cooking on schedule for Hoover football

There are a couple of new wrinkles in store for the Hoover High football team pertaining to its 2017 season schedule.

It will begin with Hoover competing against a new team in its season opener, followed by a gigantic home stand that will span six weeks and include two nonleague and four Pacific League contests.

“I think it’s a pretty interesting schedule that we’ll tackle,” said Hoover first-year coach Terrance Jones, who took over for Matt Andersen after Andersen held the post the previous four seasons. “You see a new team the first game and then it’s pretty cool to have six straight home games. It will be nice to not have to sit on a bus for an hour or so to get to a...

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