As the calendar draws closer to next week’s Kickoff Classic against Southeast, the Venice Indians are putting the pieces together that will help ensure their offense can keep pace with last year’s unit that produced an average of 34 points a game.
One spot that has yet to be determined is who will be replacing Dom Marino, who threw for 1,153-yards and 10 touchdowns in 2013 and earned a scholarship to Florida Atlantic University, at quarterback. Senior Misho Cemovich started the spring game against Lakeland, but has been locked in a battle with freshman Bryce Carpenter all summer.
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