Football spring practice report April 11

Kaitlin Sells

With only one more practice until the spring game, the Eagles started practice early off running plays both offensive and defensive.

They swiftly moved into working on set plays, mainly focusing on kicking field goals. Redshirt junior Tyler Bass looked solid as most of his kicks were good from various locations and distances on the field.

Along with kicking, there was also work with the punt team as Bass and redshirt sophomore August Bowers were also making solid punts, sending them way down field.

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Offense and defense were both working hard as well, as offense was seen working on their throws and catching, and defense was working on agility and tackling.

There is only one practice on Friday left before the annual Blue and White spring game which will be taking place Saturday, April 14 at 1 p.m. at Paulson Stadium.

Kaitlin Sells, The George-Anne Sports Reporter, [email protected]