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Pagano brings youth football camp to Scripps Ranch

Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by Johnny Lightning, Jul 7, 2009.

  1. Johnny Lightning

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    Future football stars will have a chance to hone their skills on the gridiron as San Diego Chargers linebackers coach John Pagano hosts three-day Skills Clinic

    Future football stars will have a chance to hone their skills on the gridiron as San Diego Chargers linebackers coach John Pagano hosts the Scripps Ranch Pop Warner Football Association’s three-day Skills Clinic, July 13-15 (Monday-Wednesday) at the Jerabek Elementary School.

    The three-day camp is open to Pop Warner registered players and features four hours of instruction (8 am-12 noon) each day, plus lunch.

    Pagano is in his 14th NFL season and his eighth with the Chargers. A native of Boulder, Colorado, he, his father, Sam, and brother, Chuck, have been running the Mile High Football Camp in Boulder for the past 34 years.

    This year’s skills clinic will feature special guest appearances by NFL players and coaches, including several Chargers.

    Jerabek Elementary is located at 10050 Avenida Magnifica, San Diego, CA 92131. From Interstate 15, head east on Pomerado Road and turn left on Avenida Magnifica.

    An online registration form is available at www.scrippsranchpopwarner.com. Or for more information, campers can contact Tori Torrescano at (858) 547-9022.


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