DAPHNE, Ala (WALA) - With just six weeks until the kickoff for high school football, teams in the region are sharpening up passing routes with 7 on 7 games.
In Daphne, more than a dozen teams tossed around the pig skin in the first Jubilee City 7 on 7 Championship.
"We put together a first class 16 team tournament to help these schools get ready for their season. It's a chance for these coaches from other schools to come out and save a little money and it's a chance to compete as it gets closer to the season, I think it's really significant that you play this time of year," said Daphne Head Coach, Glenn Vickery.
"I think it show that they're ready to compete and play and you come out sort of with a measuring stick of where you are. You know we need to work on this and the big schools do this, we need to work on that," said Vickery.
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