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Crawford, Madison and Northwestern Hope To Continue Winning

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 7/19/2013

They seem to be everywhere this week and probably next week as well.  Tuesday evening seven teams took part in a seven on seven passing drill at Arlin Field. Thursday despite the heat, four teams got together at Madison, three of them local the Rams, Col.Crawford, Northwestern and Columbus West got together for a seven on seven passing scrimmage. 

The Rams (10-2). Eagles (8-3) and Huskies (8-3) all made the playoffs a year ago.  Coach Sean Conway of Madison says every year is new with the Rams looking to replace several seniors at running back, quarterback, offensive line and defense in 2013. Northwestern coach Mike Thut who begins his 14th year, says his team is just getting started but hopes they can compete in the WCAL.  At Col.Crawford, the Eagles made the playoffs for the first time in school history in 2012, something that coach Ryan Teglovic hopes will become a habit and not just a one time thing.

Practice officially begins in a little more than two weeks, Monday, August 5th.

   
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