MONROE — Being competitive wasn’t enough to produce a bunch of victories last season for Monroe High School’s football team, but the Hornets feel like they’re ready to eat in 2020.
Second-year coach Bob Mullins said his players have attacked the offseason and are ready to take a leap
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