Edmond Memorial has 'typical' first scrimmage
Edmond Memorial coach Justin Merideth was pleased with his team’s effort in its first scrimmage at Enid.
“It was a typical first scrimmage,” Merideth said. “There were some good things and some bad things, but our kids played hard and played physical. … We didn’t have any injuries, so if we can come out of a scrimmage with all those things I’m happy.”
The Bulldogs are still adjusting to their more pass-centric offense with senior quarterterback Ry Huff. Last season, with runner Kameron Doolittle calling the signals, the team ran more.
“It’s an adjustment,” Merideth said. “It’s a learning process, but the more reps we get, the better it is. I’m happy with our progress. We’re making progress and that’s the most important thing.”
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