2009-07-30 / Sports

Tigers hone their skills and techniques at FCA camp


A total of 38 Washington-Wilkes Tiger football players and coaches attended the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Football Camp at Georgia Southern University July 20-22. The camp consisted of football instruction for both offensive linemen and skill players. With eight teams attending, the skill players competed in 7-on-7 games against various schools while the offensive linemen worked on fundamentals and blocking schemes. There was also time for teams to work as a whole developing their own offensive schemes. Morning and evening devotionals were held for the players and coaches. A total of 38 Washington-Wilkes Tiger football players and coaches attended the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Football Camp at Georgia Southern University July 20-22. The camp consisted of football instruction for both offensive linemen and skill players. With eight teams attending, the skill players competed in 7-on-7 games against various schools while the offensive linemen worked on fundamentals and blocking schemes. There was also time for teams to work as a whole developing their own offensive schemes. Morning and evening devotionals were held for the players and coaches.

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