The North Lamar football teams came up with a creative way to cool off from the scorching 100+ degree weather as they celebrated the end of their first week of practice. The players enjoyed a thrilling day with water slides, making the most of their well-deserved break.
Members of the school board and booster club generously served hot dogs and hamburgers to the players, further adding to the festive atmosphere of the event. The delicious meal provided the much-needed energy boost for the athletes after a week of intense training.
As the season approaches, the teams are gearing up for two important scrimmages before their official kick-off. These practice matches will be essential in fine-tuning their skills and strategies for the upcoming season.
“We’ve been working since December to improve for this upcoming season. I’m excited for the school district and community to see that improvement in action. The retention both offensively and defensively from spring to now is better than I expected. I’m ready to see what kind of product we can put in the field.” says Head Football Coach Brenton Whitaker.
Mark your calendars for their first game, as well as Senior Night, on August 25, where we will honor the senior players for their dedication and commitment to the North Lamar football program. It promises to be a memorable event filled with heartfelt celebrations and recognition.
North Lamar football teams are excited to showcase their hard work and determination throughout the season. Fans and supporters are encouraged to come out in full force to cheer on their beloved teams.
Photo: Front (L to R): Trail Wilkins and Parker Scott Back (L to R): Aiden Adamson and Parker Wideman