Tiger football schedules youth clinic

MIDDLEBURY — A youth football skills clinic presented by the Friends of Middlebury Football and Middlebury Union High School football program will be held at the school’s Doc Collins Field from Tuesday through Friday, June 18 to 21.
MUHS assistant football coach John Nuceder and other MUHS football and flag football coaches and current and former MUHS football players will instruct clinic participants, with an emphasis on learning skills for each position, offense and defense in a safe, non-contact atmosphere. Players with all abilities are invited to attend, and no prior experience is necessary.
In 2018, nearly 80 students from grades 4 to 8 from Middlebury and surrounding towns attended the clinic. Nuceder promised again to offer fast-paced, station-based learning.
“It is an absolute pleasure to offer the Tiger Youth Football Skills Clinic again this year,” Nuceder said. “The community support for this event has been overwhelming.”
Hours will run from 8:30 a.m. until noon. A team t-shirt and light snack is provided for participants and is included in the registration fee. Cost for the clinic is $20 per kid, with a $40 maximum fee per family. Scholarships are available on request.
Those interested in more information and or registration may contact Nuceder at 802-352-4510 or [email protected].

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