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Rogers says Hounds progress during June workouts, camps
by Chuck Thompson
Jul 03, 2014 | 1088 views | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Reggie Lewis (11) runs for the Greyhounds during a camp at Spalding last week where the teams worked in helmets and shoulder pads.
Reggie Lewis (11) runs for the Greyhounds during a camp at Spalding last week where the teams worked in helmets and shoulder pads.
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The Greyhounds continued to make progress learning their new offense during voluntary workouts, conditioning sessions and camps in June, despite a number of injuries that leave new coach Justin Rogers still searching for starters at a number of positions.

There is no activity at the school this week, as the Georgia High School Association prohibits any work during the week of July 4.

But Rogers said his guys will be back at it next week with more conditioning and workouts leading up to the opening of official preseason practice on July 25. There are also more camps planned – July 15-16 at Spalding and July 24 at Upson-Lee.

“It is helmet and shoulder pads at Spalding, and full 11-on-11 at Upson-Lee,” Rogers said.

“We went to several camps in June, and they have helped,” he added. “I feel good about the progress we’ve made, but obviously we’re not where we want to be. But we’ve gotten better. We’ve gotten in a lot of work, and the kids have responded well. But we’ve still got some holes to fill due to some injuries.”

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