By Connor Sannito
The Sturgeon Bay high school football team appears strong in their second week of practice.
Head coach Mike LeRoy is confident in this year’s football team. Backed by a senior dominate lineup, the leadership is undisputed. In addition to the high volume of upperclassmen players, the Clippers look to take advantage and play with a physically dominate playset – that is thanks to the early rigours of the team’s practices.
The Sturgeon Bay high school team practices run on a short day schedule: a three hour long session with a 30 minute intermission water break. They practice five times a week.
Uniquely this season, the Sturgeon Bay Clippers have enough players for a Junior Varsity team. Also, coach LeRoy has set goals for his Varsity squad.
The Sturgeon Bay Clippers first official game is played here at home: August 18th against Valders.