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S-C football summer scrimmage shows off skills

July 27, 2014

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SC.FB.Scrimmage.LEAD.0725Smith-Cotton’s football program hosted a three-team scrimmage on Friday morning at Jennie Jaynes Stadium.

Smith-Cotton defensive back Josh Hartman breaks up a pass to a Skyline High receiver during Friday’s scrimmage at Jennie Jaynes Stadium. S-C, Skyline and Northwest took part in 7-on-7, 11-on-11 and lineman challenge drills as the teams prepare for the upcoming football season.

S-C head football coach Ryan Boyer addressed his team after Friday morning’s scrimmage at Jennie Jaynes Stadium. Boyer said, “We got out of this what we wanted to get out of it, which was seeing a couple of other teams instead of just seeing ourselves, and letting the kids get to hit a little bit.The big thing that we stressed was to get better today. … It went really well.”

Defensive linemen L.J. Marsh, left, and John Carney, center, get a laugh out of Ryan Lefevers’ indication that he is playing the strong side of the formation.

Linebacker Trintuun Quinn gets some direction from assistant coach Martin Zerilli during Friday’s scrimmage at Jennie Jaynes Stadium.

After the workout, the Smith-Cotton Football Booster Club treated the players to watermelon and other fresh fruit. Photos courtesy Sedalia School District 200.

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