High school scrimmages are used, in theory, as a way for coaches to see how far their teams have progressed during offseason work.
For Apalachee High School coach Shane Davis, there remains plenty of work to do after his team’s scrimmage with Elbert County High School last Friday in the Granite Bowl.
“Our kids played hard, but we have some things to work on when we return to practice,” Davis said Sunday evening. “We got to look at a lot of kids in action on the field. Many of them have never been on the field for a Friday night. Unfortunately, there’s no area where we felt we were OK at.”
With some new players in new positions offensively, the Wildcats are not where they need to be progression-wise, their coach said.