Belisle, Day impress at 7-on-7s



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Wed. July 13, 2011 | Matt Baker | Email

Wiregrass Ranch had a pair of players who were impressive at Tuesday's weekly 7-on-7 contests.

Receiver Chase Belisle made one of the best catches of the night. The ball bounced off of his hands and toward a defender. After ricocheting off of the defender's chest, Belisle snagged it and took off down field.

Belisle was ruled down at the spot of the catch but came through moments later with a catch in the end zone for an extra point.

Quarterback Jake Day continued to make better decisions, passing coordinator John Holley said.

Day showed athleticism and speed in the pocket. Holley said the Bulls will be in good shape if Day can improve his accuracy and keep making the right throws.

"I can see it coming," Holley said.

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