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Editor's Corner

Having graduated a good number of athletes from last year’s program, King Philip High School Coach Joe O’Halloran knows this season’s team needs to bring their “A” game each and every match.
“We’ve graduated most of our team from last year and this year we’re going to be young and unskilled,” the Warrior Coach said. “We had a decent team last year, but this year is going to be a learning process with only one senior.”

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