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Updated: 05/31/2013 01:50:02PM

Miners have work to do this summer

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Fort Meade's Hunter Bell makes this interception in high school football action Friday night as the Miners hosted Kathleen in the Spring Jamboree game.

Tyler King (8) looks upfield for running room during game action Friday night against Kathleen. Miners Tobias Culpepper (5) and Isham Alexander (4) look on.

Miner Isham Alexander (4) grabs this ball while being protected by teammates Clayton Monroe (60) and Doug Angle (75).

Ryan Fulse looks to evade a Kathleen tackler during the spring Jamboree game Friday night in Fort Meade.

Fort Meade Coach Jemalle Cornelius takes time out for a teaching moment Friday night.

Jemelle Baker looks to drag down this Kathleen runner from behind.


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Following a rather pedestrian effort by his Miners in a 20-0 loss to Lakeland Kathleen, Jemalle Cornelius skipped the usual post-game team huddle and sent his squad straight to the locker room with the words, “A loss is a loss, I don’t care when it is… Get to the locker room and don’t stop to talk or visit.”

Entering his fifth year as the Miner head coach, Cornelius makes no bones about his desire to win each and every game, with a focus on competitive excellence — giving your best when your best is required. But Jemalle has proven he also wants to win the right way, with an emphasis on composure and character.

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