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Updated: 08/16/2013 08:00:52AM

Lemon Bay kicks off football practice

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SUN PHOTO BY TIM KERN, tim@tkphotoshop.com
Lemon Bay High School opened its 2013 football season last week. The team ended practice with conditioning drills. The Manta Rays had 7 wins and 3 losses last season. They are working toward for an even better year this season as head coach D.J. Ogilvie enters his third season as the Manta Rays coach. "Our goal is to play hard and make our community proud of our program," Ogilvie said. See more photos on page 13.

SUN PHOTO BY TIM KERN, tim@tkphotoshop.com
Sophomore quarterback Jeremy Snook looks sharp throwing the football during a drill at Lemon Bay High School's football practice.

SUN PHOTO BY TIM KERN, tim@tkphotoshop.com
Lemon Bay High School junior, Daniel Wescott, works on a tackling drill during the first week of football practice as Lemon Bay's football team begins its 2013 football season. 

SUN PHOTO BY TIM KERN, tim@tkphotoshop.com
Lemon Bay football players Caleb McGarity (left), Jimmy Hinck (middle), and Andrew Harris (right) work on a lineman drill during the first week of football practice last week.

SUN PHOTO BY TIM KERN, tim@tkphotoshop.com
The Lemon Bay High School football team receives instructions from their head coach D.J. Ogilvie a who is entering his third season as the Manta Rays coach. "Our goal is to play hard and make our community proud of our program," he said.

SUN PHOTO BY TIM KERN, tim@tkphotoshop.com
Lemon Bay High School senior linebacker Josh Schulte works on a pursuit drill during the school's first week of football practice.

SUN PHOTO BY TIM KERN, tim@tkphotoshop.com
Lemon Bay High School opened its 2013 football season last week. The team ended practice with conditioning drills. The Manta Rays had 7 wins and 3 losses last season. They are working toward for an even better year this season as head coach D.J. Ogilvie enters his third season as the Manta Rays coach. "Our goal is to play hard and make our community proud of our program," Ogilvie said. See more photos on page 13.

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