McCracken County’s 7-on-7 tournament is a sign that the high school football season is right around the corner. Games might not feature full rosters and full contact, but teams are able to get an idea of the not only some of the talent they might face, but also the talent they pose themselves.

The two night tournament consisted of a “Small School” Thursday night and “Big School” Friday night. Local schools including Fulton County, Calloway County, Paducah Tilghman and Massac County were amongst the 14 schools in the “Small School” tournament and Graves County joined the Mustangs in the “Large School” Friday night games. McCracken County head coach Jonathan Smith says that while a 7-on-7 tournament isn’t the real deal, it is good to see his team and others getting some reps in to start out the season.

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