The sidelines, yard lines, and hash marks provide natural reference points and visual indicators.
Everything described above is in effect, with the addition of cones that are placed midway between two yard lines, and five yards from the hash mark.
This cone is also midway between yard lines and five yards from the hash.
Now the coach has four directional options: yard lines to the right and left, and cones to the front and back.
On the next play Meyer hit Ethan Bert for a 68-yard pass and Bert ran down to the Trojan ten yard line.
Chester's Devin Straight recovered and the Jackets had the ball once again at the Chester three yard line. CHS was unsuccessful moving the ball and Chester's Drake Bollman had to punt.
On the next possession, Maroa's Hicks caught the punt on the Trojan 39 yard line and got a great jump on the Chester defense and ran it back 31 yards to the YellowJacket 30 yard line.
Interval 3: Run from the goal line to the opposite 20 yard line (80 yards) and back (80 yards), a total of 160 yards.
Interval 4: Run from the goal line to the opposite 30 yard line (70 yards) and back (70 yards), a total of 140 yards.
Interval 5: Run from the goal line to the opposite 40 yard line (60 yards) and back 160 yards), a total of 120 yards.
Interval 6: Run from the goal line to the 50 yard line (50 yards) and back (50 yards), a total of 100 yards.
Interval 7: Run from the goal line to the 40 yard line (40 yards) and back (40 yards), a total of 80 yards.