Grades 2nd-9th or Ages (8-14)
Presented by: Frank Varischetti, Head Coach of The DuBois Beavers
and his Varsity & Jr. High Coaching Staff
Current Beaver Varsity & College Players will assist
June 28, 29 & 30 9 AM to 11:30 AM
DuBois Practice Field located behind the DuBois Area High School
*Parent pickup is at 11:30 each day
Who should attend Camp?
- Beginners grades 2-9
- Players with limited experience
- Players with one or two years of experience who need work and reinforcement on their
- Players who want to perfect their techniques
associated with their position
*Registration forms should be mailed together with one check
Preregistration deadline: June 20th
Make checks payable to:
DuBois Area Touchdown Club
Mail checks and applications to:
Coach Randy Curley
505 Gamelands Rd
Rockton, PA 15856
Walk Ins Welcome Tuesday June 28th
**On-site, First Day Registration** Tuesday@ 8:30 am will be $70
***Camp Registration form to be attached soon
Things to bring to camp:
T-Shirt, Shorts, Football or Running Shoes (NO METAL CLEATS!)
- One of the best instructional camps for Grades 2-9 in the area.
- The focus is on proper technique for all offensive and defensive positions.
- Every player receives individual attention at their position.
- Coaches conduct evaluations to identify areas that young athletes need improvement.
- Players will learn fundamentals and drills they can be practice at home.
- Thursday beginning at 10am a Pass, Punt, and Kick Competition will give athletes the opportunity to show what they’ve learned.
- Trophies will be awarded for 1st-3rd for the following categories Grades 2-4, Grades 5-6, Grades 7-8, and Grade 9.
- All participants will receive a Free Camp T- Shirt!
- There will be a Pizza Party Thursday at 11:15 for all campers.
- Camp photo will be taken at 11:30
Saturday, June 18, 2016
Please help your football boosters by volunteering to be a parade banner walker.
All banner walkers will earn money for the football boosters.
All students, family and friends available would be greatly appreciated!
Meet at Friendship Hose Co. on Main St. by 4:15 let them know you are with the DuBois Area Football Touchdown Club.
Where have the athletes gone?
While this will focus mainly on the football team, enrollment numbers for athletics are down across the board at DuBois Area High School. High school athletics have long been the pride of their classes. It was an honor to wear your game day jersey on Fridays or earn the letterman jacket. Walk the halls today and you will see kids and immediately think, “He must play football, or basketball, baseball, wrestle, swim, etc.” Ask the kids and you will likely get the response, “I don’t play sports.”
Instead of encouraging kids to work hard, parents routinely tell the kid not to bother because no matter how hard they work, they will never start. Or if they don’t get the position they want, just quit rather than step up where you are needed for the team.
DuBois is a AAAA school that barely has the numbers on the sidelines as some A and AA schools do. While not everyone can be a starter, everyone can contribute to the success of the team.
DuBois Sophomore Quarterback Matt Miller and Senior Wide Receiver Dante Dawson earned 1st Team, All westernpafootball.net honors and Junior Offensive Lineman Ryan Pasternak earned honorable mention.
Congratualtions to these young men on an outstanding 2015 season!
Here is a link to the article:
Matt Miller and Colin Read mentioned in MaxPreps 2015 Top Stat Stars of the 2015 Season:
One game and one player provided most of the top single-game performances during the 2015 high school football season.
The one game is the 107-90 outing between Meadville (Pa.) and DuBois (Pa.). Journey Brown of Meadville led his team to a win by rushing for 722 yards, 10 touchdowns and 68 points. All three totals rank as the best outings of the season in those categories. Meanwhile, DuBois quarterback Matt Miller had the highest passing yardage total (787 yards) and tied for the most touchdowns (10). DuBois receiver Colin Read ranked third in receiving yardage with 362.
See the complete article by following the link below