California High School Football Camp held June 27-30

Boys in grades 9-12 attending the California High School Football Camp last week got a workout Wednesday, June 29 as temperatures soared in the 90's during their two-hour afternoon camp session.

Boys in grades 9-12 attending the California High School Football Camp last week got a workout Wednesday, June 29 as temperatures soared in the 90's during their two-hour afternoon camp session. Photo by April Arnett.

The California High School Football Camp for grades 9-12 was held last week at the middle school practice field, where approximately 65 attended.

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Boys in grades 9-12 attending the California High School Football Camp last week got a workout Wednesday, June 29 as temperatures soared in the 90's during their two-hour afternoon camp session.

The camp was directed by new CHS Head Football Coach Marty Albertson, who was assisted by CHS Assistant Coaches Rich Matzes, Rick Edwards and John Butler, former CHS Head Football Coach Geary Labuary and former Pinto football player Warren Kasper, who have each joined the CHS coaching staff for the 2011 season.

Albertson said the focus of the camp was to work on offensive and defensive fundamentals and to implement a new offense and defense for the upcoming season.

"Camp went very well and there was great effort and enthusiasm," Albertson said. "The boys are working hard to get better and to put together a good year. I'm very excited about this season and the talent we have."

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