Sports 2-A-Days: St. John of Plaquemine
PLAQUEMINE - St. John of Plaquemine head coach Crickett Crockett knows his team will have to be just a little bit better in 2014.
That's something that all teams say, but as the 17th seed in the class 1A playoffs last year, the same status won't work in this year's 16 team bracket.
The Eagles return 15 players from last year's playoff team, including most of the offensive and defensive line, but they'll have to get a new quarterback up to speed to remain a factor in District 8-1A.
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