The program is designed to teach participants various skills at every position.
Another session, geared for those ages of 8-11, will take place from 5:30 to 8 p.m. July 21-25 at John Muir Middle School. The sessions will be non-contact.
The program, which is free, will include instructional segments on individual positions, a regular review of newly-learned skills and a competition that focus on the execution of basic skills learned.
Along with football instruction, all participants will receive counseling through a life skills development curriculum incorporated into the program. These character building segments include life skill messages integrated throughout on-field skill training.
Coaches follow a specifically designed curriculum created by a sports psychologist, with different life skills integrated throughout the on-field curriculum. Subjects include responsibility, goal setting, sportsmanship, self-control, smart moves and teamwork.
For more information, contact Burbank High football Coach Ted Amorosi at (818) 558-4700, ext. 55950, or (818) 269-6747. Or visit www.burbankvikings.com.
Burbank freshman baseball camp offered
The Burbank High baseball program is offering a freshman camp for players from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 16-18 at Burbank High.
Under the direction of veteran Coach Bob Hart and his staff, players will get a first-hand opportunity to see what baseball is like on the high-school level.
At the camp, athletes will get the opportunity to work with the coaching staff and get a chance to improve their baseball skills, learn discipline and what it takes to play as a team.
The cost is $100, which will include the camp, shirts, hats, shorts and lunch on the last day of camp.
Checks can be made out to: BHS Baseball Boosters, c/o Darrell Taylor, 1066 E. Fairmont Rd., Burbank, CA 91501. For more information, call (818) 455-1895.
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