"It's a positive thing and we just put it on our website," Casko said.
The Colonels went undefeated in the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga tournament, playing nine teams during the day-long, all-passing play tournament held July 17.
Casko said the squads were from Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and South Carolina.
During the "7-on-7" play, teams scored a variety of ways, such as by touchdowns, stopping the opposing team from scoring or garnering an interception.
The Cass coach said about 22 players -- quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, linebackers and defensive backs -- participated.
"This one happened to be competitive," Casko said. "We've gone to a number this summer, including Rockmart and Paulding County. In most they don't keep score; you just work on offense and defense."
He said the competitions do pit players against quality opponents.
Casko noted the Colonels played four matchups before lunch and five after lunch at UTC.
"We left at 7 a.m. and got home about 6 p.m.," he said, adding the players competed for 25 minutes, then hustled off to whichever field the next opponent was on.
He said the tournaments are not to be confused with football practice, which officially starts early next week.
Come Monday, he said, the Cass players, like their counterparts around the state, will begin practice in earnest.
The Colonels open their fall practice with "Two Practices-A-Day Camp" starting at 2:45 p.m.
Casko said the practices will determine how good the Colonels will be this fall.
The Colonels play a scrimmage game when they host Adairsville on Aug. 20.
They visit Woodland on Aug. 27 to kick off their regular season.