Bears go 2-1at Lenoir City

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Posted 7/20/17

LENOIR CITY — Bradley Central traveled north to Lenoir City High School for its latest 7-on-7 action Wednesday, as the Bears continued to put in a heavy dose of preseason passing league work.

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Bears go 2-1at Lenoir City

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LENOIR CITY — Bradley Central traveled north to Lenoir City High School for its latest 7-on-7 action Wednesday, as the Bears continued to put in a heavy dose of preseason passing league work.

Coach Damon Floyd's group left Loudon County with a 2-1 record with wins over Sequoyah (5-1) and host Lenoir City (4-2).

The varsity, however, only played one series in Bradley's 3-2 loss to end the day against Knox Central.

Junior quarterback Dylan Standifer threw a pair of touchdown strikes to all-state senior wide receiver Lameric Tucker in what looks to be a deadly combination. The varsity played just two series in each of the Bear victories.

Sophomore receiver Saylor Clark had a big day with three touchdown grabs against Sequoyah.

Standifer threw touchdown passes on all five of the drives he led.

Sophomore Ashton Boyd tied for the team lead with three receiving scores from three different signal callers.

Backup freshman quarterback Tucker Pope threw for four touchdowns, which included strikes to dangerous targets senior Stephen Muhonen and Clark.

Senior Taye Cobb, who has transfered in from Cleveland, also added an end zone connection with Clark.

Bradley will travel to Alcoa this evening for its final 7-on-7 scrimmage.

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