WHS Football Camp
Monday, August 8, 2011
photos by Jessica Mathes, Intern
The Cherokee Washington High School boys took part in a camp in early August, prior to the start of school and regular football practice.
Football season is here -
Last week the Cherokee Braves football team began practicing for their much-anticipated football season.
Linemen shove -
Cherokee Brave lineman Cody Carlson, left, shoves into fellow lineman Nate Fowler while practicing an offense.
Braves on three -
The boys of the Cherokee football team huddled up to proudly chant the name of their school mascot before taking a drink break during one of their first football practices last week.
Waiting your turn -
Some of the receivers and quarterbacks on the Cherokee football team took a short break during practice while they waited for their turn to participate in an offensive drill.
Tug of war, football style -
During a drill for the linemen on the Braves football team, Tyler Mclaughlin, right, and Skyler Mongan competed against each other vigorously as each attempted to pull the other out of the circle formed by the coaches and players who were watching them.
Learning the stance -
During a recent Braves football practice, coaches Neil Phipps, back left, and Lynn Jolly, far right,instructed the freshmen and sophomore linemen on the proper stance.
Improving skills -
Zach Taylor of the Cherokee Braves football team worked on his pass receiving skills during a recent morning football practice.
Completing the pass -
The season is looking bright for Rick Weaver, as he catches a pass from a coach during a receiving drill at one of the first Cherokee football practices of the year.
Receiving drill -
Cherokee Brave Levi Lundquist completed his part of a receiving drill at a recent Cherokee football practice.