Offensive linemen attend camp

Published 6:27 pm Tuesday, June 28, 2011

BAINBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL Bearcats offensive linemen get together after returning from camp at Middle Georgia College in Cochran. From left to right, front row: Tim Shaw, Quivo Carrol, Cole Granato, Andrezj Jeglinski and Madison Malone; middle, Chris Johnson, Tate Griffin, Bryan Henry, Jason Long, Luke Brown and Dexter Lagace. back; Tamarack Smith, Jack Reynolds, Austin Rowe and Hudson Reynolds.

The Bainbridge High School Bearcats offensive line attended summer camp last week at Middle Georgia College in Cochran.

Offensive line coach Jodie Sprenkle said the week of work was productive.

“The men had a good week of workouts and training,” Coach Sprenkle said. “They came home with a good experience and a new direction on how the new football season is going to be.”

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The offensive line, commonly known as the unsung heroes of any successful offense, all pulled together at camp.

“Our offensive line had a new unity at camp,” offensive line coach Jodie Sprenkle said. “Many of them had new mohawk hair cuts.”

Among those attending the camp were upperclassmen Andrezj Jeglinski, Tim Shaw, Madison Malone, Cole Granato and Tim Shaw.

Also gaining valuable experience at the camp were Dexter Lagace, Jason Long, Luke Brown, Quivo Carrol, Jack Reynolds, Hudson Reynolds, Tamarack Smith, Bryan Henry, Tate Griffin and Austin Rowe.

During the week, the players worked on stance, blocking technique and other fundamentals.