S-C football camp under way

July 21, 2014

in Roundup

FBCamp.1.0721 Monday was the first day of camp for the Smith-Cotton football team, and new head football coach Ryan Boyer started the session by addressing the team at the practice fields at Jennie Jaynes Stadium.

About 100 players ranging from eighth grade to seniors participated in an array of drills and technique exercises as coaches shared concepts for the new defensive and offensive formations. Camp runs all this week.

In the photos: Senior lineman Ryan Lefevers leads the team in Tiger Jacks as part of the calisthenics warmup session at the start of Monday’s session.

Defensive coach Charlie McFail and his son, Lane, demostrate pursuit techniques for safeties during Monday’s workout.

L.J. Marsh, left, works to get past John Carney during a linemen drill. As the defensive player in this drill, Marsh was posting offensive player Carney and filling the gap where a back might run.

Members of the Smith-Cotton Junior High eighth grade team watch varsity players working on defensive assignments.

Former S-C standout Dominique Smith took part in Monday’s camp, assisting with the offense and offering some advice to players.

S-C is scheduled to play in a Jamboree on the road Aug. 15, followed by their first regular season game at Republic on Aug. 22. The Tigers’ first home game of the 2014 season is Aug. 29 vs Marshall. Photos courtesy Sedalia School District 200.

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