This Tuesday kicks off our annual Spring Camp. The camp Runs from Tuesday through Friday, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. We will practice on the Stadium Field during the camp, boys can be dropped off and picked up right from there. This camp is the kickoff to our 2015 season and is VERY important. All levels showed incredible growth and success last season and we look to add to that. ALL boys going into high school next season need to attend this camp.
During this camp we will our boys will learn position specific drills, daily practice procedures, and offensive and defensive schemes. It will give the coaches a chance to evaluate the players, see where the fit in our system and a great chance for the boys to build the bonds needed for a strong team.
The last day of the camp, Friday, the boosters are holding a dinner before our season kickoff meeting. We are asking every player have at least one parent at the meeting. At the meeting we will discuss player rules and expectations, the summer and fall schedule and what you can expect for the upcoming season. The dinner is a $5 donation for pasta and meatballs, bread, salad and other items. Feel free to bring your checkbook, the boosters will be running a raffle, a silent auction (for an SAT prep class) and offering fundraising buyouts. If you have any questions feel free to contact me or coach Deuschle.
PS-You can find the pasta party invitation and the registration forms in our new "forms" section.
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Prospective 10th, 11th, and 12th graders
We will be holding conditioning sessions NOT a substitute for our afternoon strength training sessions. This is a great opportunity to get in shape for the season while the temperature is reasonable! Please bring a water bottle and cleats. A bike ride to the stadium is a great way to warm up : ) and mornings during the months of July and August. We will begin our warm up on the turf at sharp! The work outs should last around a half an hour and are
The dates are: ,9,14,16,21,23, 28, 30 and August 4, 6
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For anyone who thinks that grades don't matter to college athletes, the NCAA disagrees with you. Look at this chart from the NCAA discussing classes required to play in Division I and Division II.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 13 May 2015 13:37)
Technique 'N' the Trenches
The Football Camps Strictly for Linemen
Section V’s Original Linemen Camp
The camp will emphasize the fundamentals of balance, leverage, and power as they relate to offensive and defensive line play. Drills will promote competition as well as improvement of basic line techniques.
The techniques covered will include; run and pass blocking, stance and start, pass rush, and ways to defeat various offensive blocking schemes.
Join Blaise Faggiano, Head Football Coach Utica College, Assistant Director: Marcus Gurdineer, Offensive Line Coach, Utica College and Line coaches from across Section V.
You can find registration forms here or in our forms section.
Last Updated (Tuesday, 12 May 2015 11:21)