Raiders coaches to appear at Pau-Wa-Lu
June 16, 2017
Mike Tice, offensive line coach for the Oakland Raiders, will continue his support of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Western Nevada and Carson Valley club members Friday when he hosts a shoe distribution and football camp at Pau-Wa-Lu Middle School.
Tice will donate new athletic shoes, sponsored by Under Armour, to 150 Carson Valley children at 1:30 p.m. in Building G. Afterward, Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio, Tice and other coaches will direct the Battle Born Football Camp at 2:30 p.m.
This marks the seventh year Tice has distributed shoes to Carson Valley Boys & Girls Club youth.
The football clinic is sponsored by GE. Hershey Company and Gatorade are providing goodie bags and sports drinks for clinic participants.
"The kids will experience what the pros go through at a training camp," Katie Leao, executive director of Boys and Girls Clubs of Western Nevada, said. "Club kids look forward to this day all year and for Coach to add the clinic this year is extra special."
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Douglas boys soccer summer schedule announced
Douglas High boys soccer coach Chase Zumpft has announced dates for the program's voluntary summer workout schedule.
Between June 28 and Aug. 4, fitness sessions will be held Monday and Thursdays from 7-8:30 a.m. on the high school track, while sessions for goalkeepers will be held Wednesday and Fridays from 6-8 p.m. on the soccer field.
Participants need to bring running shoes as well as cleats to the workout sessions. They also need to complete preseason workout forms, which are available at the school's Tiger Cage, and also have completed their physicals.
Contact Zumpft at Czumpft86@Gmail.com for information.
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