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Teams Finishing Up Ten Days

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 7/23/2014

As area teams get ready for the first official day of football practice which is a week from Friday, many teams are using up their ten days with seven-on-seven passing drills. Ashland played host to five other teams Tuesday at Community Stadium with Wynford, Crestview, Highland, Wapakoneta and Norwayne.

For Ashland coach Scott Valentine, he is looking for his fourth straight first year starter at quarterback with the previous three Zach Bernhard, Tyson Vogel and Nick Zurcher all being starters as seniors. The last three year starter at QB for the Arrows was Marcus Fuller, who now is at Brown University.

Crestview coach Chad Coffman who's breaking in a young team with a freshman at quarterback, likes the 7- on-7's saying the more passing scrimmages his team can get to the more the more they'll be exposed to varsity play.

At Wynford, third year coach Gabe Helbert thinks the actual drills during the teams ten days might be better, but says it does give his team an opportunity to go up against somebody else and compete.

At Wapakoneta, former Wynford coach Travis Moyer is starting his first year as head coach of the Redskins. For Moyer it's building relationships with his players and his new community while implementing some of his old Wynford offense for the teams upcoming schedule in the WBL.

   
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