House of Pain Sports Training wants to thank Ruth and the whole crew at the Clinton city recreation for supporting us in our training program. We also want to thank the president of the WFL Dave Stireman for supporting us. I personally also like to thank my good friend Radford Kalekini. There is no better way to improve the future of our country than by teaching our boys to be great men someday. Sports is one of the many ways to teach our boys about hard work, commitment, discipline, unity, attitude and most important, how to over come adversity.
It was so great to see athletes from Layton, Syracuse, Hooper, South Weber, Clinton, Roy, West Point, and Clearfield working together to improve their football skills. That is what youth sports is all about. Building lasting relationships, respecting other athletes no matter what city they are from, sportsmanship, a desire to be great, and winning or loseing with class. As adults it is our responsibility to be a better example to our youth. If any of our youth grow up to be a negative part of society than we have all failed as adults. "Ask not what your community can do for you, but what can you do for your community. "
Colton Andersen of Clinton, Mitch Thacker of Roy, Alex Swanson of Syracuse are all getting ready to throw to different routes.
Allen Greenhill of South Weber getting ready to run a deep route.
Mitchell VanAusdal of Layton (TE) getting ready to run out for a pass. He has some of the best hands that i have seen at 13 years old.
Keoni Hamala of Clinton, Jesse Collier of Clearfield and the rest of the future stars of northern Utah stretching out before they do hitting drills.
Zac Kalekini of Roy, Kyle Thacker of Roy, Teague Vigil of Roy, Chris Collier of Clearfield and the rest doing High Knees.
Justin Sharkey of Clearfield, Hayden Padelskey of Hooper, and Collin Greenhill of South Weber working on blocking drills.
James Cowser of Kaysville, Dalton Geary of Layton, Octavious Dickerson of Layton are all watching Shay Michaels of Ogden and coach Kalekini do lineman drills.
Cody Harris of Layton, Alex Swanson of Syracuse, Jace Woodrow of Syracuse, Devon Stewart of Clinton, Cole Arbon of Clearfield, and Caleb Gushue of Clearfield are getting ready for hitting drills.