7-on-7 football

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CHILLICOTHE – The Spartans needed some wakeup time when they played in their most recent 7-on-7 football tournament. 

With Richmond’s varsity skill-position players slated for their first pool-play game at 9 a.m., the Spartans had to get up early July 20 to make the trek from Richmond to Chillicothe High School to play in the limited-contact competition. Still “half-asleep,” as sophomore Keyshaun Elliott put it, the Spartans lost their opener to Chillicothe 2 – one of two Chillicothe teams in the 12-team tournament.

“We just need to start coming out better,” Elliott said.

LEARN MORE IN TUESDAY'S RICHMOND DAILY NEWS.

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