LIVINGSTON LANCERS FOOTBALL - “BIG MAN” CAMP 2018

LIVINGSTON LANCERS FOOTBALL

“BIG MAN” CAMP 2018

DATES/TIMES/LOCATION:
- February 10 th Saturday/11:00 AM-1:00 PM/ AUX Gym @ LHS
- February 14 th Wednesday/6:30 PM-8:30 PM/ AUX Gym @ LHS
- February 28 th Wednesday/6:30 PM-8:30 PM/ AUX Gym @ LHS

PRICE: $5.00

- All clinic participants will receive a “Big Man” Clinic T-Shirt
*NO FOOTBALL EQUIPMENT NEEDED
*SNEAKERS, ATHLETIC CLOTHING FOR INSIDE AND OUTSIDE DEPENDING UPON WEATHER
*The Livingston High School Football coaching staff in conjunction with the Junior Lancers football program
will be holding an instructional technique camp for anyone in Grades 2-8 that would like to perfect their
Run/Pass blocking skills.
*If you have ever thought about, currently play, want to see if football is right for you or are planning on
playing football; THIS CAMP IS FOR YOU.
*Skills to be taught:
- Stance/Hand placement/Steps for numerous blocks/Pass blocking/Double Teams/Combo Blocks/And
MORE...
* Please email Coach Breschard at rbreschard@livingston.org with your child’s name, grade level, T-Shirt size
and your contact information. Your child must be a Livingston resident.

Contact Information
  1. Coach Breschard
  2. rbreschard@livingston.org
Wed, February 14
6:30 pm — 8:30 pm
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LIVINGSTON LANCERS FOOTBALL

“BIG MAN” CAMP 2018

DATES/TIMES/LOCATION:
- February 10 th Saturday/11:00 AM-1:00 PM/ AUX Gym @ LHS
- February 14 th Wednesday/6:30 PM-8:30 PM/ AUX Gym @ LHS
- February 28 th Wednesday/6:30 PM-8:30 PM/ AUX Gym @ LHS

PRICE: $5.00

- All clinic participants will receive a “Big Man” Clinic T-Shirt
*NO FOOTBALL EQUIPMENT ...

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