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The Loyola Flyers are coming off a 3-7 season in 2012 and this year's team is looking to improve on that mark.

The Flyers biggest change in the off-season can be seen both on the field and in the players. Loyola hired Alan Carter as head coach. Carter coached the Flyers back in the 80s and he's bringing back some old school football with him.

Loyola moves up to 4A district this season and Carter believes they can be in the mix for district contention. The Flyers begin the 2013 season September 6th at home against Cedar Creek.

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