2014-07-03 / Sports

Grizzlies get stops against Minarets in 7-on-7 action

By Greg Knight | ASSOCIATE EDITOR

Grizzly senior Kamare Bailey, right, takes off against a defender from the Minarets Mustangs during 7-on-7 action at Mariposa County High School. (Greg Knight | The GAZETTE)Grizzly senior Kamare Bailey, right, takes off against a defender from the Minarets Mustangs during 7-on-7 action at Mariposa County High School. (Greg Knight | The GAZETTE)Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 11:40 a.m. - The start of competitive play for the Grizzly football team arrived in Mariposa on Tuesday, July 8 as head coach Ryan Oliphant’s squad hosted Minarets High School for a 7-on-7 passing and “touch” defense game at the upper field.

The Grizzlies had several fourth down stops against the Mustangs, which is a hard thing to accomplish in most 7-on-7 competitions.  The Griz were also aggressive going after the ball with the defense forcing a number of stops.

Read the entire story in the July 17, 2014 edition of the GAZETTE.

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Really glad to ryan is making

Really glad to ryan is making the team his own. Go grizzlies

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