Seahawk’s football spring clinic

Local Sooke Seahawk football players participate in the first annual spring offence clinic.

Local Sooke Seahawk football players participate in the first annual spring offence clinic.

Local Seahawk football players participate in the first annual spring offence clinic.

Guest Coaches included Tom O’Niell (the biggest guy in the picture) starting guard along with the Hamilton Ti-Cats of the C.F.L. Beside him is Paul Ozieretti, coach of the U.B.C. Thunderbirds. Far left is Jay Prepchuk, from the top quarterback camp in Canada. To his left is the former Winnipeg Blue Bomber and McGill Redman coach Jerome Erdman, alongside  local kicking coach Andy Duke, a former Sooke resident and Saanich police detective. A great day was had by all with many compliments from the coaches on the skills and sportsmanship from our Sooke boys!

Andy Carrier


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