Less than six months removed from an undefeated regular season and a region championship, the Moore County High School football team was back on the practice field last week. The Raiders were taking advantage of the TSSAA’s 15-day period during which teams are allowed 10 practice days.
MCHS head coach Scott Smith will have a new quarterback — likely Dillon Davis — under center as the Raiders prepare for the upcoming season, which kicks off on Aug. 23 at Richland High School.
Moore County scrimmaged Coffee County Central on Tuesday night and traveled to Crossville to scrimmage Cumberland County on Friday night to officially wrap up Spring Practice.
Individual strength and conditioning is slated for June and July and a pair of 7-on-7 passing camps will be mixed in by mid-July. The Raiders’ first day in pads is July 29, and they will hold a preseason scrimmage on Friday, Aug. 2 at home against Collinwood.