Powlen places 2nd at US championships
SACRAMENTO — Caston grad Bryan Powlen placed second in the discus throw at the US Outdoor Track and Field Championships on June 27.
Powlen, a Brown University grad who competed with the Greater Boston Track Club, recorded a throw of 61.05 meters or 200 feet, 3 inches.
Powlen out-threw three Olympians at the event. University of Alabama thrower Hayden Reed won with a heave of 62.19 meters or 204 feet.
Lewis Cass to hold football camp
WALTON — The Lewis Cass football camp will be held July 21-25 at the high school football complex.
All young men entering grades 3-12 are invited to attend. Session I will be for boys entering grade 3-6 and will run from 8-9:30 a.m. each morning. Session II will be for incoming seventh and eighth grade players and runs from 10 a.m.-noon each day. This session will focus on contact and semi-live football drills essential to the game.
Camp activities will include individual instruction, the “Heads Up” tackling program sponsored by the NFL, and a trip to watch the Colts practice at Anderson University. Camp will conclude with the annual Punt, Pass, and Kick competition.
Registration may be done the first day of camp. Cost is $35.
The high school technique camp will be held each night from 6-8 p.m. All high school players will be fitted with helmets and shoulder pads for this. There is no charge for the high school camp. Questions may be directed to coach Scott Mannering at 574-626-3235.
Powlen places 2nd at US championships
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