Milwaukee Hamilton Junior Wildcat Football Camp

July 21, 2010

The coaching staff of Milwaukee Hamilton High School is holding the first annual Junior Wildcat Football Camp July 26-28 at the High School. This camp will teach football fundamentals to 6th, 7th and 8th graders. It is open to any one in this age group. Cost of the camp is $15.00 and includes a t-shirt.

The camp will run from 2-4 each day. Players are asked to bring athletic shoes and football shoes (if they have them), a water bottle and an excitement for football!

Milwaukee Hamilton High School is located at 6215 West Warnimont Avenue - near the intersection of South 60th and Forest Home Avenues.

Participants can pre-register at the Recreation Office at the high school or they can register the day of the camp. On site registration begins on Monday July 26th at 1:15.

For additional information on this camp or the Junior Wildcats Football Program, please e-mail hamiltonjuniorwildcats@gmail.com or call Coach Jeff Wallack at 403-3865.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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