Jeremiah Tracey fought through the pain in Seymour’s game this past week at Bedford, and for that, coach Jeff Richey has a lot of respect for the senior offensive lineman.
“He’s coming off one of the most courageous performances that I’ve seen since I’ve been here,” Richey said. “He had a high-ankle sprain two weeks ago against Columbus East in the first series. If you know anything about high-ankle sprains, those take a while to recover, and he missed a week and came back and gave us a heck of an effort on Friday night. That just demonstrates the heart that he’s got.”
Tracey moved from guard to tackle with Cody McCory being out with an injury.
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