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Boredom no problem for Lamar's Moore

By Staff
STEPPING UP Lamar School's Zach Moore makes a defensive play in a game earlier this season for the Raiders, but he is also a key on the offensive side of the ball. The senior has caught 44 passes and scored six touchdowns. Photo by Paula Merritt/The Meridian Star
By Austin Bishop/The Meridian Star
Nov. 15, 2001
One things is for sure about Zach Moore's senior season at The Lamar School, he will always have something to do.
While that isn't limited to his accomplishments on the athletic fields, that certainly is one of Moore's focuses.
Not only is he a starter on both sides of the ball in football, but he is also a soccer standout and plans to play both baseball and basketball.
Playing both basketball and soccer could be a bit of a problem, because the two seasons coincide.
But right now Moore isn't focused on soccer, basketball or baseball. He has football on his mind.
The Lamar School Raiders travel to Clinton, La. on Friday night to take on Silliman Institute in the first round of the MPSAA AAA playoffs.
Experience has been a key word for Moore this year.
With nine sophomores starting on offense at times and three freshmen on defense, Barnes has been counting on Moore and his fellow seniors to provide some key experience.