Football: Servite sophomores are impressive in scrimmage
Anaheim Servite and Gardena Serra started their scrimmage on Wednesday with a pregame prayer. Players came together to particpate in drills and there were seven-on-seven and 11-on-11 situations.
What's clear is that Servite has an impressive sophomore class.
Receivers Tony Brown and Equanimeous St.-Brown are going to cause trouble for cornerbacks over the next three seasons.
Defensive back Eli Asiata had one of Servite's two interceptions early on. He's a sophomore. And sophomore Jack Savage also saw lots of action at linebacker and tight end.
Neither team spent a lot of time running the ball, which should be a strength. Serra has lots of talented juniors, but the Cavaliers have to work on limiting penalties and turnovers.
Serra opens the season next Friday at Sherman Oaks Notre Dame. Servite plays at Bishop Amat.
-- Eric Sondheimer