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Waldron Youth Camp Turning Pups Into Bulldogs

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The Waldron Bulldogs coaches and players have successfully completed their first Youth Football Camp and with outstanding results. The Bulldogs saw a grand total of 32 kids during the two day youth camp. Both the coaches and players worked with the campers on the fundamentals and basics of the game while mixing in some fun to boot. If the camp proved one thing, it’s that Waldron has no problem bringing their coaches, players, and little leaguers together to reach their goals while also learning what it means to be a Bulldog!

The Bulldogs Little League Co-Commissioner Thomas B Mays said, “The football camp for our 3rd-7th graders was very informative. They ran through footwork drills, hit tackling dummies, and much more. We had a great turn out. Coach Bates always goes above and beyond when it comes to our Pee-Wee Program. He’s always there supporting our young athletes. We appreciate the hard work and determination that goes into putting these camps on. We’re excited about our upcoming season and are proud of our community.”

Waldron High School Head Coach, Jonathon Bates, put into words his thoughts on the Bulldogs first Youth Football Camp. “A few highlights from our camp was getting to work with the youth and showing them how we do things at the high school level and then seeing them get out there and get after it. The Waldron Bulldog football staff would like to thank our players for helping us in making this first camp a success and to the parents for allowing us the opportunity to work with the kids.”

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