No Fly Zone: Aerial attacks not safe around Trojans' senior secondary
Opposing quarterbacks will learn one way or another that there is a "No Fly Zone" around J.L. "Butch" Stoker Stadium this season.
For those that do not cooperate, their missions will be grounded.
Behind a quartet of seniors in the secondary, Alexandria Senior High will look to control the skies all season and limit the effectiveness of opponents' passing games.
"We've been grinding and working hard," safety Ce'onte Frazier said. "We've been having summer workouts where we got done with workouts and come right into the indoor (facility) and work out some more. We're just trying to better everybody else as a whole."
Frazier is a part of the group nicknamed the "Tomb Squad" along with fellow safety Kaleb Brown and cornerbacks Jadarius "Bud" Clark and Robert Bennett.
Last season, the quartet recorded 10 interceptions as Brown led the way with four, while Clark and Bennett had three each. Frazier was instrumental in Week 1 last season by leading the team to a win over Ferriday and sparking ASH's 6-0 start.
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