Next stop, Marshall Academy: IA pounces on Tunica, heads to Holly Springs for round 2

By PAUL PUTNAM SPORTS WRITER,

The Indianola Academy Colonels appear to be playing like a team on a mission.

One football game at a time.

With last Friday’s 35-7 home-field playoff opening win over Tunica Academy in the books, the 7-4 Colonels are now only two victories away from a fifth consecutive state championship game appearance.

 
 
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