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The Jackson Olin High School football team hasn’t made the playoffs since 1999, but the Mustangs are hoping to turn things around this season.
Currently holding a record of 3-3, the Mustangs are only two wins away from exceeding last season’s win column. However, anything less than making it to the playoffs and competing for a championship is a letdown for J.O.
Offensive Line Coach Terrence Swift believes this year will be a breakthrough season for the team.
“The program has evolved over the years and the offensive line is improving week by week. I’m proud of the guys for working hard and I believe we’re ready to take things to the next level and make it to the playoffs,” Swift says.
J.O. has seen strides of improvement since head coach Tim Vakakes took over three years ago. Continue reading “Mustangs Looking to Make Playoffs for First Time in 16 Years”