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|Patriots hold spring drills|
Franklin Parish High began spring football drills this week, while also conducting football camps for junior high players in the parish.
The junior high camp began Monday with students from Baskin and Crowville Junior Highs. On Wednesday and Thursday, junior high students from Fort Necessity can attend the two-hour camp beginning at 3:30 p.m. at Franklin Parish High.
The camp is free and participants receive free Franklin Parish T-shirts. They need only bring football cleats.
Franklin Parish High coaches and players are conducting the camp.
"There is no contact and it's more going over fundamentals and adults spending time with the kids," said Franklin Parish coach Barry Sebren.
Sebren began spring football drills during physical education class this week.
"Next week we will invite all players not currently in athletic P.E. to try out," Sebren said.
Franklin Parish will compete in a scrimmage with Wossman and Ferriday at Wossman High in Monroe on May 9.
Sebren said he has about 55 out.
"We've got a lot of kids back who saw a lot of playing time last year," Sebrean said. "They are starting to understand our weight program and the progress has been tremendous. We've made some great strides over the past eight weeks."