Cedar Hill coach on Texas 7v7 state tournament: 'We don’t put a lot of stock into it'

Cedar Hill coach on Texas 7v7 state tournament: 'We don’t put a lot of stock into it'

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Cedar Hill coach on Texas 7v7 state tournament: 'We don’t put a lot of stock into it'

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Cedar Hill coaches watch 7v7 action Friday. (Photo: TexasHSFootball.com)

Cedar Hill coaches watch 7v7 action Friday. (Photo: TexasHSFootball.com)

When fans hear DeSoto, Lake Travis, Westlake, Cedar Hill and Katy they usually think dominant, but after Day 1 of the Texas D1 7v7 state tournament they were all far from dominant.

Cedar Hill, a team expected to be a national power in 2016, failed to win multiple games in pool play, and squeaked out its only win by seven.

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It seems that the schools that end up playing late into November and December, however, don’t seem to put much emphasis on winning the 7v7 tournament.

“We’re not a big seven-on-seven team. We win back-to-back state championships (in 2013 and ’14), and win one seven-on-seven game at state,” said Cedar Hill coach Joey McGuire. “We don’t put a lot of stock into it.”

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