Whistles and barking coaches could be heard Thursday evening echoing from the Saucon Valley High School football practice field. From afar, you might have thought it was the Panthers hard at work refining their gridiron skills. But, up close, you’d see it was actually the Panther Moms battling through a football practice session consisting of selected drills and skills.
For the third consecutive season, Coach Sams along with his staff and players continued the tradition of introducing and educating the “Mom Squad” to the rigors of high school football. About two dozen willing mothers fought the hot and humid weather conditions to enthusiastically take part in the activities.
“It is one of our best turnouts,” Coach Sams noted. “They are an extremely hard-working group who all get along. You can see why our players have such a great work ethic. Their work ethic stems from the women in their lives.”
Check out some of the scenes from the 2017 Lady Panther Football Camp!
UP NEXT: Saucon Valley will continue to get ready for their 2017 preseason training camp as they prepare to pursue a fourth consecutive Colonial League Championship. The Panthers have earned an amazing 43-8 record over the past four years.
- Heat acclimation practices begin NEXT WEEK!
- Braveheart Guest Bartender Fundraiser, Aug. 14 (6-8 p.m.)
- Home scrimmage v. Fleetwood, Aug. 19 (10 a.m.)
- Colonial League Home Opener v. Bangor, Aug. 25 (7 p.m.)
Good Luck Panthers, the Source is with you!