Indians battle Trojans in the heat

Trojans try to take down Jason Sparkman.

By Tracy R. Mesler

WINDTHORST – All in all, head coach Rick Weaver was pleased with what he saw from his team in their first live action against someone wearing a different color jersey Thursday afternoon.

Playing in 100-degree temperatures on artificial turf the Windthorst Trojans “took” the scrimmage one score to none as the squads took turns running 10 plays in sequence before switching from offense to defense.

“We did some good things last night in the scrimmage,” Weaver commented.

“We stayed very basic in our offensive and defensive schemes. We just wanted to see our kids line up and play against somebody else’s first team,” he said.

The Indians scrimmage again Thursday, Aug. 22. 4:30 JV vs. Iowa Park followed by Nocona varsity vs. Petrolia.

Read more about last week’s scrimmage in this week’s edition of The Nocona News.

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