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To the Editor:
The Carrollton Warrior Football Program and the Carrollton Touchdown Club held their annual youth camp last Saturday. There were 67 participants that attended this year’s camp. It was a beautiful day for football and I believe the kids learned a ton and had fun running around with our Varsity Coaches and Players. Seeing all of these young athletes come here to learn and compete makes me excited about the future of this program. Kids came out here and hustled around. They were energetic, and it made for a great afternoon!

I want to thank the Carrollton Touchdown Club for running this event for our Junior High and Youth players. I would also like to thank the following sponsors for the donations of prizes and/or money to help support this event and our program; Betty K. Bakery, Carrollton Family Dental, Dr. Walters, Gateway Royalty, Gioninos Pizza, McBane Insurance, Michelle’s Hair Depot, Myers Tin Shop, Pizza Hut Pizza, Ponderosa Steak House, and Radio Shack.

I feel so blessed to live in a community where businesses are always willing to support our young people, our school, and our athletic programs! Thank you again to all for helping make this day a great success.
Eric McCort
Head Football Coach


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