October 22, 2014

SHHS squad teaches moms the football ropes

Mothers of Spring Hill High School football players attended a training camp of their own. They are pictured here. Submitted photo

Mothers of Spring Hill High School football players attended a training camp of their own. They are pictured here. Submitted photo

At the annual Mom’s Football Clinic, Spring Hill High School football players taught their moms about the position they play and the fundamentals of the game. Reflective of the school’s largest roster in the history of the football program, nearly 100 mothers gathered to warm up, learn new skills and then show off their abilities with their sons leading the way. After going through drills, the mothers had the opportunity to run plays that they might see on a Friday night.  Each mother also received a Broncos Football t-shirt for participating, and then enjoyed breakfast. In addition, the football team took the opportunity to scrimmage for the first time of the season in front of families.
Broncos players wrapped up its pre-season with the team’s annual Purple and White Scrimmage on Aug. 30 at the Spring Hill District stadium. The event served as a fine tuning in preparation for the squad’s first game against Louisburg High School, this weekend.

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