The Hopkinsville and Trigg County football programs didn't waste much time in getting back to the field after the KHSAA sanctioned Dead Period ended Tuesday as both teams hit the HHS practice field for their first 7-on-7 work of the summer.

Both teams flexed their muscle in the passing games as the Tigers and Wildcats return their quarterbacks from last season.

Trigg County's Cam Jordan is back to lead the Wildcat offense for his senior year as the quarterback is fresh off his commitment to

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the United States Naval Academy.

Hopkinsville's Jay Bland returns after a knee injury derailed last season for him and the Tigers.

Bland also had top receiver Reece Jesse on his side for another season as the big wideout has caught the attention of Power Five programs.

Trigg County's next 7-on-7 action is tonight at McCracken County while the Tigers are at McCracken County on Friday, along with Christian County.

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