FIFTY-TWO NORTHWEST OREGON/SOUTHWEST WASHINGTON FOOTBALL PLAYERS, ranging in age from seventh through 12th grade, participated in the sixth annual one-day Tiger Football Camp on Saturday, June 14, at the Clatskanie Middle/High School (CMHS) football stadium. Young players from Clatskanie, Knappa, Astoria, Wahkiakum, and R.A. Long (in Longview) participated.
The camp, aimed at skill advancement, is sponsored by the CMHS football program. Head Coach Tim Warren credited assistant Coach Sean Gorley with doing most of the planning for the camp.
Coaches from the Air One Academy, based in Vancouver, coached the skill positions of quarterback, wide receiver and running back, while Coach Chris Sulages of Lewis and Clark College coached the linemen.
Air One Academy coaches participating in the Tiger Football Camp were John Charles, Damon Griffin, Slade Norris, Rasuli Webster and Ray Donald.
Also on hand for the day from the CMHS football program were Sean and Angie Gorley, Jeff Skirvin, and Amy McNeil.
“I would also like to thank all the players and parents that made the camp possible,” said Coach Warren. Photo Courtesy of Tim Warren
Photo of camp attendees was printed in the June 27, 2014 issue of The Chief.