High school football: 7 on 7s offer another way for teams to improve

Bellbrook, Meadowdale and Stebbins competed in a 7 on 7 this week at Stebbins High School (Photo: Marcus Hartman/CMG Ohio)
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Bellbrook, Meadowdale and Stebbins competed in a 7 on 7 this week at Stebbins High School (Photo: Marcus Hartman/CMG Ohio)

Missing football?

Of course you are!

It might not be the real thing, but three area schools got together at Stebbins for a 7 on 7 on Monday night in Riverside.

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

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Stebbins hosts Bellbrook and Meadowdale for a 7 on 7 June football practice.

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

It might not be quite football, but it is at least a football-like substance.

In late June, beggars can’t be choosers, right?

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At any rate, these events also give coaches a chance to see some of their players in action, and it gives players a chance to compete.

Judging by the hooting and hollering after every throw, they were into it, too.

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This might also be the closest Ohio schools get to spring football any time soon.

It counts as one of the 10 days allotted for on-field football activity during the summer, so the Indians’ linemen were on the field getting their own workout in, too.

We are eight weeks away from the first games of the 2017 season.

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