Bloodhound camp has good numbers

Hounds head coach Tony Shiffman officially announced his resignation from Fort Madison this morning. FMHS Athletic Director Jeremy Swink said applications are coming in and he hopes to have the position filled by May. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC

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FORT MADISON – Close to 50 boys donned helmets as part of the Fort Madison Bloodhound football camp that’s currently underway. The season kicks off August 25th against at Davis County. Here’s a series of photos from Monday’s session. A preview on the season will be available in August.

Senior Caleb Cresswell focuses during a destraction drill for receivers Monday afternoon at the Hounds football camp One defender would run past the throw while the receiver focused on making the catch. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC
Senior running back Alex Gully looks for the right gap in 1st team offense drills Monday at during the Hounds football camp. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC
Senior offensive tackle Heath Hoenig gets a push on a defender during run-throughs on Monday. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC
A series of Hounds lineman working on one- and two-step block drills during a much cooler Monday camp session. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC
Hound Tyler O’Tool works on run blocking from the wideout position against Assistant Coach Luke Rickelman Monday afternoon. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC

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