Smith-Cotton Football Gets Underway with Jamboree
High school practices have been underway in Missouri since July 31. With off-season workouts, things start getting real for the Smith-Cotton football team Friday night, August 11.
The weight room, the running, the off-season preparation. Friday night, former defensive coordinator Coach Charlie McFail, takes the reins as the head coach of the Tigers. What will the 2017 season hold?
The Smith-Cotton Football Jamboree is set for 6:00 p.m. at Tiger Stadium at Smith-Cotton High School.
Participating will be Eldon, Osage and Mexico, along with Smith-Cotton. Two scrimmages will take place at a time, from the 40 yard line to the end zone on each side of the field. Teams will each run 12 offensive and 12 defensive plays.
Tickets are $4; children age 5 and younger admitted free. The concession stand will be open.