Gentry, Decatur and Gravette gear up for football season

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

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 Decatur's Kyler Murray breaks through the defense during the Aug. 10 practice.

Decatur's Kyler Murray breaks through the defense during the Aug. 10 practice.
Photo by Sarah Bentham

Mobley ready to return

GRAVETTE — Two weeks after suffering a heart attack, Gravette assistant football coach Duke Mobley is ready to return to the Lions' preseason workouts.

Coach Bill Harrelson said Friday that Mobley has received clearance from his doctor and can participate in practices beginning Monday.

"We're excited to have him back," Harrelson said. "He's a huge part of our program, and we'll let him help in any capacity he can.

"It's amazing that he's coming back to work so soon. It's because of the passion he has for this program and these kids."

Mobley was found by trainers in the equipment room near the end of an Aug. 2 practice and taken ...


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