Gentry, Chapman have good scrimmages today

STAFF REPORTS
Published on Saturday, August 11, 2012

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Brook Chapman ran untouched into the end zone twice during goal line drills versus J.L. Mann during a scrimmage at Dooley Field today.

Brook Chapman ran untouched into the end zone twice during goal line drills versus J.L. Mann during a scrimmage at Dooley Field today.



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Greer's offensive line opened gaping holes like this one for the Yellow Jackets runners.

Jim Fair

Greer's offensive line opened gaping holes like this one for the Yellow Jackets runners.



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Quarterback Josh Gentry listens as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Jay Abercrombie talks with the team after a series of plays against J.L. Mann's defense.

Jim Fair

Quarterback Josh Gentry listens as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Jay Abercrombie talks with the team after a series of plays against J.L. Mann's defense.

Josh Gentry had a good day at quarterback and Brook Chapman was unstoppable on the goal line drills today as Greer and J.L. Mann scrimmaged each other at Dooley Field.

The scrimmage was originally scheduled for Thursday evening but a powerful storm that dumped nearly an inch of rain and fallen tree limbs that resulted in downed power lines hit Greer.

Gentry, the likely starting quarterback when the season opens Aug. 24, led Greer to three scores during a controlled scrimmage. Chapman’s two touchdowns during the goal line scrimmage was aided by tackle Alex Waters clearing the way on the right side with dominating kickout blocks.

Greer plays Mauldin at 7 p.m. Saturday at J.L. Mann. 

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