The Golden Mules Youth Football Camp focuses on the "little things" a player needs to be successful.
Solanco varsity football coach Tony Cox hopes the camp serves as something of a refresher course for his high school athletes as they instruct the younger players.
Cox, his assistant coaches, and current Mules players were the clinicians at the camp for kindergarten-eighth graders held last Thursday and Friday evenings at Solanco High School.
Solanco's junior varsity football team improved its record to 6-1 following a 22-2 win over visiting Lampeter-Strasburg on Monday afternoon, October 15.
By Bud Hart
At the half, most Solanco Homecoming fans were feeling rather content Friday night, September 28. The Mules were going to win their fifth game of the season after leaving the field at the break with a 37-19 lead over the Elizabethtown Bears. Wrong. The Bears came back with a vengeance in the second half, throttling the Mule running game, while exploiting the Solanco secondary with three TD’s through the air and a 65-yard Cole Livingston break-away on the ground, outscoring the home team 26-6 for a come from behind 45-44 win. For Mule fans, it was a gut wrenching loss to say the least.
The Solanco midget football team push through the heat at practice last week. Click 'Read more' to view slideshow.
A varsity football game between two county rivals will also collect items for food banks in both communities.
This will be the fourth year the program, White Out Against Hunger, has operated in the Conestoga Valley School District. It will be the first year Solanco Neighborhood Ministries has joined the effort.