Thursday night’s football scrimmage between Columbus North and Seymour featured a 7-on-7 element with all passing and an 11-on-11 segment that included passing and running.
In both situations, North coach Tim Bless and Seymour coach Jeff Richey had a chance to see junior quarterbacks in action. New Bull Dog signal-caller Michael Vogel forged several connections with 6-foot-7 move-in receiver Tori Jackson and tight ends Skyler Farmer and Zak Ruehman.
“We’re trying to build that connection with the quarterback and Tori, but we have very good receivers in all the spots,” Bless said. “We have a tight end with good hands. Our backs have good hands. We have to teach our quarterback to put the ball where the coverage tells the ball to go.”
Seymour’s Austin Sutton threw for 2,500 yards and 25 touchdowns as a sophomore last season. The Owls lost their top two receivers and will be breaking in some new ones this fall.
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