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Updated: 01/21/2014 06:32:05PM

Indians passing game strong in scrimmage

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Defensive back Langston Provitt knocks down a deep ball intended for a Cardinal Mooney receiver.

SUN PHOTO BY ROB SMITH

Terry Polk eludes two defenders during Venice's 7-on-7 scrimmage against Cardinal Mooney Wednesday morning.

SUN PHOTO BY ROB SMITH

Linebacker Juan Garcia, left, closes in on a Cougars receiver. Garcia intercepted a pass during the scrimmage.

SUN PHOTO BY ROB SMITH

Venice receiver Noah Montgomery splits two Cardinal Mooney defenders.

SUN PHOTO BY ROB SMITH

Venice defenders broke up numerous passes in Wednesday's scrimmage.

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The Venice Indians are known for their prowess in the running game, but the 2013 outfit will include a more balanced attack, if Wednesday’s seven-on-seven scrimmage is an indication of things to come.

The Indians hosted Cardinal Mooney Wednesday morning in a touch scrimmage with no blockers or line play. Such a structure allows teams to work on their aerial attack with a minimal risk of injury.

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