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Bulldogs Working On Chemistry During 7-on-7

The Wylie Bulldogs are replacing some key players from last year's district championship team, but the Bulldogs are looking to reload rather than rebuild.
The Wylie Bulldogs are replacing some key players from last year's district championship team, but the Bulldogs are looking to reload rather than rebuild.

One of the key areas the Bulldogs will need a player to step up is the quarterback spot. Blake Frampton is already poised to be that player.

There will be other players that need to step into other skill positions this season with only two offensive starters returning. At the same time, the Bulldogs are already hard at work getting those players ready for the upcoming season in 7-on-7.

"Just coming out here during seven-on-seven, running our routes against defenders that don't know our plays.Just going out on practices during the week and throwing with them helps  a lot," said quarterback Blake Frampton.

"Helps us find positions for people that we haven't had play in those positions and to fill them the best they can. You know, to come out and do their best.It's just one of those things, practice makes perfect," said Hayden Lewis.

The Bulldogs will get plenty more in terms of practice after qualifying for the state 7-on-7 tournament in Leander in July.
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