Wolves Way camp paves way to football season

 

The Milaca Wolves football team hosted the Wolves Way summer football camp from July 28-31. The camp is four days of rigorous drills used to get the football team back into shape and ready for practice that begins on Aug. 11. This was the first football camp with new coach Cory Anderson at the helm. He replaced long time coach Randy Johnson. The camp included grades 3-8 on the first three days.

The Milaca linebacker corps practice lateral movements at the Wolves Way football camp.  Times photo by Tyler Ohmann

The Milaca linebacker corps practice lateral movements at the Wolves Way football camp.
Times photo by Tyler Ohmann

The defensive linemen run agility drills last Wednesday evening at Claffy Field as part of the Wolves Way football camp.  Times photo by Tyler Ohmann

The defensive linemen run agility drills last Wednesday evening at Claffy Field as part of the Wolves Way football camp.
Times photo by Tyler Ohmann

The Milaca varsity players take a knee around first year head coach Cory Anderson before beginning their session of the football camp on July 30.  Times photo by Tyler Ohmann

The Milaca varsity players take a knee around first year head coach Cory Anderson before beginning their session of the football camp on July 30.
Times photo by Tyler Ohmann

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