Granby " Panther football team tunes up at CU camp
July 18, 2008
Middle Park High School’s football team is sharpening its skills at a special camp this summer to prepare for another fall season of Panther football.
Fifteen of the Panther players participated in a Passing Camp at the University of Colorado-Boulder on June 21.
“We had a successful camp down at the CU Boulder where we played in six games,” said coach Marc Loberg. “Our team finished 3-3 having played Hayden, Christian, Holy Family, Steamboat, Valley and Mesa.”
During the camp’s six games, the Panther quarterbacks ” Jordan Reynolds, Marc Schmidt and Adam Weaver ” combined for 44 completions on 120 attempts for 562 yards and 13 touchdowns.
Middle Park’s receivers also did a great job improving their skills during the camp. Justin Cisneros, Caleb Conger, Zane Bickler, Patrick Hutchins and Matt Hydrusko pulled in multiple touchdowns. Also making a number of catches were Mitch Sprague, Cody Ransom, Josiah Parker, Aaron Trainer, Scott Malley, Sam Little and Jerah Carter.
Coach Loberg is reminding all high school athletes who are interested in playing football this fall that practice starts on Monday, Aug. 11. Practices will run from 7:15 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday during the first week.
For more information, e-mail the coach at email@example.com.
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