FPS staff report
July 16, 2012
|Carrollton Head Coach, Eric McCort, talks to players between games of last Saturday's 7-on-7 at Community Field.
The Carrollton High School football program held its annual 7-on-7 passing camp Saturday morning at Community Field.
“Things went well for us,” said Carrollton Head Coach Eric McCort. “It was a great growing experience, we saw a lot of positive things that we can build on for the rest of this season and we got to see some things that we need to improve on to truly be successful.
“In the end it was a great day and I would like to thank all the teams and coaches that came and participated in our 7-on-7/Big-Man competition and to thank Mark Spears our Athletic Director who is always willing to drop everything to support us.
“I appreciate Tiffany Stragan and all the Football Moms for providing food for all the teams and supporting us the way only a loving mother can.”
Seven teams took part in the event. Taking the field during the event were teams from Carrollton, Crestview, Indian Creek, St. Thomas Aquinas, Timken, Sandy Valley and South Fayette from Pennsylvania. Joe Rossi, former Carrollton assistant coach, has been the head grid coach at South Fayette since leaving Carrollton a number of years ago.
Each 25-minute game consisted of 10-plays for each team to start. After each team had run 10 offensive plays, then each had five offensive plays.
After each team had run its number of allotted plays, the remaining time was used for further competition.