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Cavalier Youth Football Camp

Offensive Skills Training For All Offensive Positions

July 23 and 24
9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
St. Thomas More Football Field
FREE to attend

Football players ages 10 through 14 are invited to STM to learn the various skills and techniques necessary to be effective in the game’s latest offensive schemes. Coach Scott Rice, Offensive Coordinator from Hartland Arrowhead, and Coach Jim Crowley, Offensive Coordinator from New Berlin Eisenhower, will oversee the skills sessions and provide their insights on the latest training techniques for your player. Coach Rice and Coach Crowley will be joined by Cavalier Football Head Coach Tom Handziak and select members of his coaching staff and varsity football team to work individually with each camp participant. This is a can’t miss youth camp for kids wanting to play at a high level in today’s complex offenses!

Youth Coaches are welcome to attend and take notes and video.

 

Contact Coach Handziak to sign up today!

[email protected] || (262) 337-2122

2 comments

  1. Is this camp moRe for students with Previous football skills or can students join who might be Show possible future interest?

    JEnnifer
  2. My son myles Harris had a great time at the skills training . Thank you all for the time and hard work… is it to late to sign up for youth football?

    George Harris

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    St. Thomas More High School
    2601 East Morgan Avenue
    Milwaukee, WI 53207

    Phone: (414) 481-8370
    Fax: (414) 481-3382
    Email: [email protected]

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