Had official scores been kept, Trigg would have lost 7-0 to Murray and won 35-7 over Union.
“For a first scrimmage, it was a tough test,” Trigg head coach Coby Lewis said of Murray. “We had a few pnalties and dropped passes, and we struggled to move them up front. They’re always good defensively.”
Lewis said he felt better about Trigg’s performance against Union.
“Our secondary caught more passes from both teams than their offenses did,” Lewis said. “We did better against Union, and we got 10-to-12 kids in the game on the defensive line. We’re still trying to figure out who our extra running backs are going to be. There were some positives there, but there’s still plenty to work on.”
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