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News Story
Updated: 07/20/2013 08:01:09AM

Lake Wales Steelers practice

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PHOTO BY ROBERT BLANCHARD
Lake Wales Steelers Youth Football Head Coach Bam Ward holds a football out to represent the scrimmage line as the players learn about being offside and false starts.

PHOTO BY ROBERT BLANCHARD
Head Coach Bam Ward calls the players in for a talk as the Lake Wales Steelers continue their summer training and conditioning at Kiwanis Park in Lake Wales on Monday afternoon.

PHOTO BY ROBERT BLANCHARD
Youth Coach Roger Williams helps 11-year-old Jahiem Christian (#35) work on his form as he improves his skills as a center for the team.

PHOTO BY ROBERT BLANCHARD
Players perform an exercise called “Down-ups” where they run in place a few steps, and then throw their feet out behind their body while bringing their hands up to their chest, with palms out, and fall flat on the ground. They jump right back up and repeat the maneuvers several times.

PHOTO BY ROBERT BLANCHARD
Teammates collide as the Lake Wales Steelers Youth Football team competes during a scrimmage at Monday’s summer conditioning and training session held at Kiwanis Park in Lake Wales.

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Lake Wales Steelers Youth Football Practice at Kiwanis Park in Lake Wales on 7-15-13

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PHOTO BY ROBERT BLANCHARD

Lake Wales Steelers Youth Football Head Coach Bam Ward holds a football out to represent the scrimmage line as the players learn about being offside and false starts.

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PHOTO BY ROBERT BLANCHARD

Head Coach Bam Ward calls the players in for a talk as the Lake Wales Steelers continue their summer training and conditioning at Kiwanis Park in Lake Wales on Monday afternoon.

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PHOTO BY ROBERT BLANCHARD

Youth Coach Roger Williams helps 11-year-old Jahiem Christian (#35) work on his form as he improves his skills as a center for the team.

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PHOTO BY ROBERT BLANCHARD

Players perform an exercise called “Down-ups” where they run in place a few steps, and then throw their feet out behind their body while bringing their hands up to their chest, with palms out, and fall flat on the ground. They jump right back up and repeat the maneuvers several times.

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PHOTO BY ROBERT BLANCHARD

Teammates collide as the Lake Wales Steelers Youth Football team competes during a scrimmage at Monday’s summer conditioning and training session held at Kiwanis Park in Lake Wales.




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