The Banks County High School Leopards continued their summer fun at a FCA seven on seven football camp hosted by Johnson High School in Oakwood last week. The temperature was pushing the mid nineties as the teams hit the field.
The team took about 40 Leopards to the event and competed against 10 other area schools. They got a workout using weights, and on the field testing their offensive skills at the seven on seven challenge.
"We had a great day of competition going up against some tough talented local teams. We played nine passing league games during the camp. Some of our standout players were Noah Trebec, Greg Cannon, Carmen Hicks and Matthew Dilbeck," said Coach Phillip Jones.
All the teams were treated with a message from two guest speakers, the chaplain from the University of Georgia Football team and former UGA fullback Fred Munzenmaier.
The BCHS football team will take the week of the fourth off and return to regular scheduled workouts for the rest of the summer. Next week the Leopards will attend a camp for three days at Presbyterian College and the week after an Elite Camp for three days at Flowery Branch High School.