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High school teams cope with tough travel schedules

Originally Published: January 30, 2008
By Christopher Lawlor | ESPN.com

The Oak Hill Academy Warriors are accustomed to stuffing their long bodies into planes, trains, automobiles, vans and buses. Roads games are the norm.

Oak Hill, a Baptist-affiliated boarding school from Mouth of Wilson, Va., rarely plays home games at its outdated gymnasium in rural Grayson County, a long jump shot from the North Carolina state line.

Road games are a privilege when you play for America's perennial boys basketball powerhouse. The team has earned the moniker "Road Warriors" ...

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