A Page -- May 14, 2012

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Westlake’s Buffington, Cloverleaf’s Dunbar, Lake’s Whittaker and Shaker’s Smetona are top seeds for District tennis

Cloverleaf’s Jacob Dunbat, Westlake’s Colton Buffington, Uniontown Lake’s Ross Whittaker and Shaker Heights’ Peter Smetona were tabbed the No. 1 seeds in the Oberlin tennis district after winning their respective sectionals last week.

Play begins Thursday and will conclude Saturday at The College.

Buffington will try to repeat as district champion after just winning his fourth consecutive sectional. He defeated Dunbar in the finals last year.

No. 1 seeds for doubles play are Mayfield’s Shouta Fukamachi and Alex Rinaldi, Copley’s Andrew Ong and Jarad Pennington, Hoover’s Mike O;Connor and Rob DeMarco, and St. Ignatius’ Chad Burton and Yaw Boakye.



 



 


Mount Union to Host 2012 Larry Kehres Football Camps

May 13, 2012


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CAMP PHILOSOPHY
To provide a non-contact football camp for the development of each athlete's football skills. To also provide a safe, enjoyable camp experience for all campers.
The camps feature a low athlete to coach ratio allowing for significant 1-on-1 attention.

SESSIONS
Session I - Monday, June 18 - Wednesday, June 20
Session II - Tuesday, June 26 - Thursday, June 28

Registration for all sessions begins at noon in the lobby of the King Residence Hall on campus. Camp begins at 2 pm on the first day and concludes at 11 am the final day.

HOUSING AND MEALS
Campers will be housed two to a room within residence halls on the Mount Union campus.
Please indicate on your application if you have a roommate preference.
Meals for all sessions will be held in the dining facilities within the Hoover-Price Campus Center on campus.
The dining hall is all-you-can-eat and meals begin with dinner on the first day and conclude with breakfast on the final day.

CAMP FEES
$245.00 - Overnight
$175.00 - Commuter
Team discounts available to groups of eight or more, please call for details.
The camp fees cover lodging, meals and a camp T-shirt for overnight campers. Commuters receive lunches and dinners along with a T-shirt.
To register, send full payment along with registration form to the address below.
Online registration option is available soon right here.
Full refunds will be provided if a camper is unable to attend.
Make checks payable to and send with registration form to:

Larry Kehres Football Camp
1972 Clark Ave.
Alliance, OH 44601

WHAT TO BRING
Athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, socks, etc.)
Molded cleats or turf shoes and tennis shoes
NO METAL TIPPED CLEATS
Quarterbacks, running backs and receivers are to bring a football marked with name and school
Bed linens, blankets and fan
Towels and toiletries
Money to purchase pizza and drinks in evening (optional)
Swimming suit

CAMP STAFF

In 26 seasons, Larry Kehres has built one of the most successful programs in college football history.His teams have won 22 Ohio Athletic Conference Championships while posting 20 undefeated regular seasons along with 10 NCAA Division III National Championships. Since 2000, the Purple Raiders have made 12 NCAA Playoff appearances while posting the most wins and best winning percentage in all of college football (167-7). The camp staff consists of Mount Union coaches along with current and former players serving as counselors.

CAMP ELIGIBILITY

The camps are open to all football players entering grades 6 to 12. Campers will be divided into instruction groups and 7-on-7 teams based on age and skill level. Younger campers will be housed together.

CAMP DAY 1
Noon Check-In
2 pm Testing (40yd dash, agility, vertical jump)
3:30 pm Offensive Instruction
5 pm Dinner
6:45 pm Defensive Instruction
8 pm 7-on-7/Recreation (commuter day ends)
9 pm Open Swim
10 pm Highlight Video
11 pm Lights Out

CAMP DAY 2
8 am Breakfast
9 am Morning Instruction
Noon Lunch
2 pm Afternoon Instruction
5 pm Dinner
7 pm 7-on-7/Recreation (commuter day ends)
9 pm Open Swim
10 pm Highlight Video
11 pm Lights Out

CAMP DAY 3
8 am Breakfast
9 am Morning Instruction
11 am Check Out

CAMP FEATURES

The Mount Union football staff is in its 12th consecutive year of hosting residential football camps. Our camps have earned the reputation of being excellent techinque camps and well organized. Many of our campers are repeat attendees and many of our current players attend the camp.

All camp activities take place on Mount Union's beautiful 115-acre campus located on Route 62 in Alliance, Ohio. Techniques and drills specific to each campers position will be worked on by a Mount Union position coach. A major draw for these camps is the one-on-one interaction that campers get from coaches.

Camp instructional sessions are conducted on a newly installed FieldTurf surface in Mount Union Stadium or on one of the well manicured natural grass practice fields on campus. Each camper also gets access to the Gulling Training Center, a state-of-the-art training facility adjacent to Mount Union Stadium that is used for strength and conditioning for all Mount Union student-athletes.

Campers will be tested in a 40-yard dash, agility drills and vertical jump along with having their height and weight measured. Older thletes will have the opportunity to compete in 7-on-7 instructional periods. Younger athletes will enjoy recreation activities in the evening. Evening activities feature open swim, highlight videos and campers have the opportunity to buy pizza and sports drinks at the concession stand.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Phone: (330) 823-4880
E-mail: kehresvg@mountunion.edu
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